Young Americans being quizzed on the homes of 2016 Presidential candidates were in for a shock this week after learning of the multiple mansions owned by Hillary Clinton.
In a game dubbed “Candidate’s Cribs,” Campus Reform Correspondent Cabot Phillips asked participants to match four pictures of multi-million dollar homes to their candidate owners.
Unaware that all of the mansions had actually been owned by Clinton, each participant attempted to link other candidates such as Donald Trump, Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio to the extravagant properties.
After several rounds of the game, Phillips says the participants were shocked to learn that Clinton had lived in all four homes, which hold a total value of more than $31 million.
“What, really? You’re pulling my leg,” one man said in response.
Nearly every respondent reacted similarly, with some even stating that the revelation had altered their opinions on the upcoming Presidential race.
“You’re changing my opinion on the election a little bit,” a woman added.
The video illustrates how a large number of young Americans have fallen for Clinton’s “everyday American” rhetoric, a completely false narrative pushed by millennial-run outlets such as Buzzfeed.
Although the quiz participants appeared to merely dislike anyone with wealth and success, video commenters were quick to point out that the issue was not Clinton’s cash alone.
“Nothing wrong with being rich, but there is something wrong when you claim to be ‘dead broke’, sanctimoniously tout ‘income inequality’ and claim to be for everyday Americans while living it up like a rock star,” one commenter said.
According to National Journal, the Clintons’ estimated wealth, not including possible cash being held outside the United States, was around $55 million in 2014.
H/T: The Blaze