Even with the 2020 democrats seemingly at each other’s throats during last night’s debate, there was plenty of time for these progressive hopefuls to bash President Trump. After all, for many, this is their only path to the nomination given that their policy proposals contain just about as much substance as a bag of Lay’s potato chips.
Trashing Trump certainly is trendy in 2019, particularly when it comes to garnering the millennial vote. These youngsters are far more receptive to the radicalization of the “resistance”, and will undoubtedly be a major demographic to factor into any candidate’s road to the Oval Office. By attacking the sitting President and aligning themselves with millennial favorites such as Antifa, these 2020 hopefuls are very literally violence signaling their way into the minds of the angsty youth voter.
And, because this is a competition, everyone’s PR firms are working overtime to come up with new and profound ways to claim the same pedantic talking points of the past.
Now, instead of saying “kids in cages”, for instance, Liz Warren’s team has her using the phrase “cages of babies”.
While advocating for decriminalizing illegal immigration into the U.S., Warren claimed she had witnessed with her own eyes “cages of babies” held in detention at the southern border.
“What we can’t do is not live our values,” Warren said. “I’ve been down to the border, I have seen the mothers, I have seen the cages of babies. We must be a country that every day lives our values. And that means we cannot make it a crime when somebody comes here.”
To imagine that this was a random shift in verbiage would be naive, given what we already know about Liz Warren’s public relations work.
Earlier in the campaign, Warren claimed to be live-streaming from her kitchen, supposedly nonchalantly. However, upon closer inspection, it was plain to see that not only was Warren’s home professionally lit for video, but she also gave constant attention to the bottle of beer she was drinking, making sure that the label was not facing the audience on several occasions. It was plain to see that it wasn’t a “snooty” craft beer, but Warren worked hard to make sure that her selection did not divide her constituents down brand-loyalty lines.
Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook and Twitter, and follow our friends at RepublicanLegion.com.
Become an insider!
Sign up for the free Freedom Outpost email newsletter, and we'll make sure to keep you in the loop.