Among the handful of “undecided” voters on stage with Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump at this Sunday’s debate was 55-year-old Earlest Johnson.
Some noticed that Johnson’s face seemed to express a pivotal moment for him during the candidates’ exchange. As Trump talked about how he would help “inner cities,” Johnson’s face furled into a glare.
The moment was animated nicely in a tweet from @SkipperClay:
I think this dude just flipped to "decided voter" pic.twitter.com/h6WRytOhEs
— Clay Skipper (@SkipperClay) October 10, 2016
Speaking to BuzzFeed, Johnson, who is now a proud Hillary supporter, described how he was turned off by Trump’s threatening mannerisms during the debate.
“He walked around her, sat behind her, and almost like he was stalking her,” Johnson said. “It was a lot of weird and it was very creepy.”
“I was kind of shocked,” Johnson told BuzzFeed. “He wants us to vote for him, and I don’t know if he just doesn’t care, but he’s offensive when he makes statements like that!”
Johnson then joked that he “didn’t do a good job concealing his displeasure.”
Now, who’s this Ken Bone guy?