The brain trust running the Democratic Party right now is having a public meltdown.
Here is what the narrative writer (probably David Brock) working with the DNC, DCCC, and Democratic Party leaders has decided (I’m not making this up) will be the new talking-points and/or guidelines for the “How-to” beat Trump in 2020.
The suggested tactic — is for loyal Democrats to verbally and/or in writing, assault and/or shame a Republican, Libertarian, and/or Independent IF they are unwilling to disavow President Trump as a racist. Mayor Butthead has been openly doing this for weeks now.
Hillary Clinton attempted to shame, coerce, and lie her way past multiple warning signals that she was unpopular and these horribly unpopular people still running the party have not learned a thing. Voters do not like this type of insult.
Here is what the Democratic Party is saying to you: “You are too stupid, to decide for yourself, if Donald Trump is a racist, you need to admit to me, that he is, and then we can go on.” Every single person is an island, each with our own secrets, with our own judgments, with our own sins. God is eternally forgiving, for this reason, mankind needs eternal forgiveness. The real question is, does he act in a racist manner, in a manner detrimental to minorities and I can say, having watched his policies very clearly, that he is the best president for minorities in 50 years, if you do not include the symbolic value and meaning of the Obama presidency.
Kanye West has this exactly right, Trump isn’t about racism, he’s really about opportunity-ism. And Opportunity-ism is what the whole country, including the black part — really, really, needs.
Baltimore needs opportunity-ism. So do Detroit, Chicago, and many other major city centers. Opportunity-ism is not a handout. It’s a job, low-interest rates, an economy fueled by a manufacturing renaissance, deregulation, and lower taxes.
Trump understands that the American people have become wary of Capitalism because it looks rigged. People don’t mind new tech billionaires, they mind that these super capitalists have consolidated corporate America like it hasn’t been consolidated since the gilded age.
Trump reminds me of Teddy Roosevelt, the last guy to deal with an oligarchy like we have today, Teddy was bold; brash, brilliant, a truly perfect personality for the presidency. Just like Trump.