Kentucky Democrat and Middle East expert Alison Lundergan Grimes does not know what a bumper sticker is, according to this video of Grimes urging supporters to put campaign bumper stickers in their yards.
A Free Beacon analysis has concluded that a "bumper" sticker does not belong in a yard, but rather on the bumper of one's car.
Bumper stickers do not belong on dogs, either.
As stated previously, a bumper sticker should be placed on the back of one's vehicle—specifically, on the bumper. For example:
It is not the first time Grimes has been woefully confused. Earlier this week, she suggested that Israel's Iron Dome defense system "has been a big reason why Israel has been able to withstand the terrorists that have tried to tunnel their way in." This was kind of ridiculous, a Free Beacon analytics team concluded.