If you have been following the decline of the GOP since the tea party era, or since the Gingrich era-you knew this was happening.
Fox viewers think that voter fraud is both common and unpunished. They think people vote illegally all the time and never get caught. And they think this because of Republican messaging on the topic that is sent out via Fox and other right wing media sources.
It’s a Republican version of win-win. Destroy a social program that works while blaming Biden for the consequences.
As long as the Times allows Republicans to be normalized, you are never going to reach the large number of people who tune out politics and are not aware of what is at stake in the midterms.
The term for this kind of conservatism is Orwellian.
Tennessee Republicans earlier this year passed a law in response to the conservative panic about “critical race theory,” barring the teaching of certain concepts in classrooms including “teaching that one race or sex is inherently superior to another; ascribing character traits, values, moral or ethical codes to a specific race or sex; that the United […]
Trump: I’ll appoint Supreme Court justices to overturn Roe v. Wade abortion case From: cnbc.com “Donald Trump said the overturning of the landmark Supreme Court decision giving women the right to abortion “will happen, automatically,” if he is elected president and gets to appoint justices to the high court. “I am pro-life,” Trump said during […]
From: cnn.com last Nov 2020. “A second official tells CNN their goal is to set so many fires that it will be hard for the Biden administration to put them all out.It’s a strategy that radically breaks with past practice, could raise national security risks and will surely compound challenges for the Biden team — […]
The Q crowd will not snap to reality because of this Michael Flynn leak. They will respond to it like they respond to everything else-inventing new and bigger conspiracies.
So what media are those people consuming? And would the people running those media outlets give Biden better press if he stopped pushing for things the audience wanted rather than the things the people who owned the outlets wanted?