Today’s highly interesting read (12/13/19): As 2020 looms, are Democrats listening? 5 lessons they need to take from Trump voters.

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Take the time to read this rarity in today’s MSM, definitely a piece you won’t find in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

The Left, including most in the media, can’t understand the appeal of President Trump. That’s why this blatant act of journalism is so unusual, and I might add refreshing. Here’s an excerpt from columnist Mike Kelly at NorthJersey.com:

In the past three years, photojournalist Chris Pedota and I have had countless conversations with supporters of President Donald Trump.

Our goal was simple: We wanted to probe beneath the easy sound bites to explore why such a significant segment supports Trump so enthusiastically. 

If Democrats can’t understand why millions voted for Trump, how do they expect to win the 2020 presidential election? And if they win, how do they expect to bind up the nation’s wounds if they don’t explore why those wounds haven’t healed especially now as Congress — and the nation — struggles with the impeachment inquiry?

No go and read the entire article. What I found interesting is that a columnist actually spent a great deal of time determining what makes the Trump followers tick. Then he essentially lectured Dems that they should really get smart by adopting some of Trump’s methodology.

2 thoughts on “Today’s highly interesting read (12/13/19): As 2020 looms, are Democrats listening? 5 lessons they need to take from Trump voters.

  1. RE. “If Democrats can’t understand why millions voted for Trump, how do they expect to win the 2020 presidential election? And if they win, how do they expect to bind up the nation’s wounds if they don’t explore why those wounds haven’t healed especially now as Congress — and the nation — struggles with the impeachment inquiry?” [sic]

    ~~~~~~ I agree with the many pundits who wrote:

    The impeachment ruse is a Dem./ liberal ./ socialist strategy of forcing political change through orchestrated crisis. This is part of the “Cloward-Piven Strategy”. It seeks to hasten the fall of capitalism by overloading the government bureaucracy with a flood of impossible demands, thus pushing society into crisis and economic collapse.

    It should be clear to anyone with a mind and two eyes that the current Dem. cabal do not have our interests at heart. They are implementing this strategy on an unprecedented scale by flooding America with a tidal wave of poisonous distractions that deteriorate the favorable progress of healing our wounds. As Rahm Emmanuel said, “A crisis is a terrible thing to waste.”

    Their ultimate goal is to leave us so discouraged, demoralized, and exhausted that we throw our hands up in defeat. As Charles Rangel* said, “The middle class will be too distracted to fight.” The strings of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) , that are being pulled from above to exacerbate our out-of-control immigration dilemma, is just more subterfuge to enhance the “Cloward-Piven Strategy” in a drive toward socialism.

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