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The second thing she would do in office is require identity verification on social media.
How is this a winning policy?
The trouble with neocons like Haley is they are out of touch with Republican-leaning voters. Not Republicans; they know lots of Republicans who think like they do. They are donors, long-time supporters, lobbyists, golf buddies, etc.
She’s elite now, a veritable Brahmin in America, and Vivek is an untouchable… or scum. Same thing pretty much.
This type of Republican has dismissed the MAGA hordes as an enemy in private, but also as a force they’d just rather avoid. They want to pretend the ugly elephant isn’t in the room.
Is it that they still do not understand the sentiment and feelings that manifested Trump or that they don’t want to understand it?
They really must believe that these people are deluded and in some kind of cult. They simply don’t want these voters in ‘their’ party and hold them in contempt, and they just try not to inflame their sentiments by avoiding certain subjects. They think we’re stupid. Of course. You’d have to be stupid, right? Come on, man! as Uncle Joe would mumble.
Nikki is also playing the girl-card way too reflexively. This is not a smart strategy. Conservatives don’t like identity politics and Democrats laugh hysterically when Republicans try it.
Nothing says “girl power” like “you can’t criticize me because I’m a woman.” Grow up. pic.twitter.com/4SogsF77qo
— Tricia McLaughlin (@TriciaOhio) November 15, 2023
Vivek doesn’t have a “girl problem” by going after an NBC anchor who lies brazenly, a chairwoman who loses continually, and an ‘ambassador’ who is not very diplomatic.Published in