It’s well known that the Internet has disrupted existing industries like a rampaging honey badger. It’s probably also obvious –upon reflection– that this easily extends into the realm of politics.
A long-form article by Timothy B. Lee appearing on Vox.com delves into how this has factored into the current political season.
No matter how you view some of the candidates, it’s interesting to see how this is shaking up the status quo — and also preventing the status quo from quo-ing the status. Or at least translating everything into Latin. Honey badgers hate Latin.