Dems Hiding Policies

PUBLISHED: 6:26 PM 24 Aug 2020

Chuck Todd Admits Dems “Intentionally” Hiding Policies From Voters To trick Them

Basically, the idea is that the policies will alienate too many voters, so these people must be carefully manipulated to vote solely on the fact that they don’t like President Trump’s actual success.

Duh. (Source: 11 Alive YouTube Screenshot)

Funny… liberals rarely admit anything that comes close to the truth (since their entire leftist ideology is based on lies designed to appeal to emotional idiocy), but in a rare moment of clarity, Chuck Todd seems to have hit the nail on the head and admitted that democrats are keeping the real policy agenda a secret from voters… “intentionally.”

Essentially, dems are focusing on only hating President Trump, because otherwise, if they promote the real policies they have planned, it will alienate huge numbers of voters.

Newsbusters reported:

The admission by Todd came during an interview by news anchor Jeff Hullinger on the local NBC affiliate 11Alive in Atlanta. Hullinger started off by reading an observation about the Democrat convention by Peggy Noonan. (She warned “I’m getting the impression that for a lot of people, the ballot this fall won’t read ‘Trump vs. Biden’ but ‘Trump vs. What the Other Guys Will Do.'”)

JEFF HULLINGER: I am reading Peggy Noonan in The Wall Street Journal today where she says that the Democrats missed the meaning. That they are clearly offering much, but they are not offering any plans about how they will do their so-called “much.”

CHUCK TODD: There is no doubt in my mind, Jeff, that was intentional. You know I think Joe Biden is trying to be is all things to a coalition that includes AOC and John Kasich. And he in some ways is making the case that, hey, I’m me, I’m not going to get pushed around but I’m also an open mind and I listen and I will take advice from everybody and he’s making a bet that that’s what the country wants.

My gut is that they are right that this is not going to be a policy election, that this is a Trump character election. But Hillary Clinton made the same bet four years ago. Now the difference is what? Hillary Clinton didn’t have a united Democratic party around her the way I think Joe Biden does around him. Her attacks on Trump’s character were theoretical, now you have four years to use examples of to make the same case.

Look, if they started talking about specific policy proposals what happens to those moderate Republicans who seem to want to gravitate towards Joe Biden? So look they can throw a wide tent if they’re united on one issue which is ousting Donald Trump. The minute you start talking about other stuff, that’s when that tent starts to get holes in it.

Right, Chuck. And an example of those specific policy proposals would be the about fracking which Biden now claims he does not oppose, at least in the crucial battleground state of Pennsylvania, but which his running mate (and whom many view as Biden’s likely successor), Kamala Harris, is firmly in favor of banning. So that explains why the Biden campaign, as Todd affirmed, would want to avoid talking about actual policy in favor of running on a platform of Orange Man Bad.