New York Times Writer’s Advice to Democrats: Lie About What You Believe to Defeat Trump

by Eddie Scarry

Here’s a hot new tip for Democrats wanting to win the presidency next year: Lie about what you believe!

That piece of advice comes from liberal New York Times columnist David Leonhardt, who on Sunday warned Democrats that they have lately been professing policy views that “alienate most American voters.”

It turns out that eliminating private health insurance and opening up the southern border to all of the world’s poor aren’t home runs with the electorate. But these are precise examples of what the 2020 Democratic field has been pushing.

In each of the Democratic debates and in media interviews, the leading candidates have said they support decriminalizing illegal immigration and replacing all private insurance with one government-run plan. Read the rest HERE.

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2 Responses to New York Times Writer’s Advice to Democrats: Lie About What You Believe to Defeat Trump

  1. Bill Boykin says:

    It seems that NE progressives/democrats would rather lie when the truth sounds much better. The “D” drum beat has been “Trump lies” but cannot back that up. Before that it was “Russia” with proof of no collusion. Then “racist” with opposite proof. Now all “news” outlets were saying Trump is loosing his mind which is interesting given his 1 1/2 hour talk in North Carolina last night.

  2. Joe Z says:

    Lefty media = DemocRats = Liars.

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