Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney wasn’t even in Ohio when a group of supporters dressed as the aforementioned binder producer showed their support in the form of a masked flash mob in downtown Chagrin Falls, a suburb of Cleveland.
The Chagrin Falls Republican Party coordinated the “Mitt Mob,” stressing the importance of voting — specifically for their guy. In all, more than 200 masked Romneys attended the event. This marks the most widely supported creepy political event of the campaign season.
Although the goal of the event was undoubtedly to help Romney win Ohio, the real winner was nearby outlet stores who more than likely benefited from the sudden demand for pleats, plaid button-ups, and shoes that make you just “the right height.”