The Left in Fever Pitch After RNC
Laura Ingraham | July 22, 2016
“I honestly have never heard a speech that is … as full of fear — the most negative convention speech I have ever heard,” griped former Clinton Treasury Secretary Robert Reich.
“You can’t cover the country in a blanket of fear,” complained columnist Mike Barnicle on MSNBC.
“Donald Trump painted a picture of almost a dystopian, ‘Mad Max’ America,” whined NBC’s Willie Geist.
I haven’t seen the Left this upset with a GOP speech since Ronald Reagan — which is great news for Republicans. They’re back to screaming about “tone” and “negativity,” which is also a good sign for Republicans.
If the Democrats try to pretend that it’s “Morning in America” — that everything is OK, and we should stick to the status quo — then they could be running into a buzzsaw. On the other hand, how can they claim that they are for change when they are stuck with Hillary as the nominee?
Trump on Thursday night did paint a bleak picture of America under President Obama — and how much worse it could soon be under Hillary Clinton.
“Our convention occurs at a moment of crisis for our nation. The attacks on our police, and the terrorism in our cities, threaten our very way of life,” he said. And: “Nearly 4 in 10 African-American children are living in poverty, while 58 percent of African-American youth are now not employed. Two million more Latinos are in poverty today than when President Obama took his oath of office less than eight years ago. Another 14 million people have left the workforce entirely.”
Sure, those statements may be depressing, but they are also facts. Pure and simple. (Read More)
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