That could be an issue (although Turmp is often his own worst enemy), and it highlights a problem (and why the people going "remember these people are shit!" might be working against themselves), in that, it means that say someone like Bloomberg can't partner with them and put up the money to flood their ads on TV.Much of the Lincoln Project's influence is on social media and I am concerned that many of their messages border on preaching to the chior.
I notice the Trump campaign is going hard after TV watchers in the evenings here in Ohio and I think that could have an impact on the mass audience of couch potatoes, even with the outright lies in them.
They have been doing that. Anti-vax used to be pretty sparse and was mostly prominent in pockets of extreme leftist circles. But in the past decade, as conspiracy thought permeated the minds of right wingers, its largely been targeted within them.If the anti-vaxxers really want to spread their own brand of social disease all they need to do is get ahold of Trump's base because those folks will believe just about anything so long as they think the liberals/socialists are behind any kind of effort to promote vaccinating our children as a preventative measure.
I love Wallace answering the President saying the later questions were really hard by saying “what counting backwards from 100 by 7?”On top of that we all know that he cheated on that test too. Wanna bet he got an advance copy so he could “study” ?
I initially thought that question was about finding the remainder.. jfcI love Wallace answering the President saying the later questions were really hard by saying “what counting backwards from 100 by 7?”
Your run of the mill MAGA guy would qualify that as a advanced math.
And note, he got extra credit for getting them in order.... He's like a first grader that gets a gold star on a drawing.His bigly bestest test ever taken. Administered/Given to him by Dr Ronny the candy man Jackson. So you know it was on the up & up.