You broke it, you bought it
Voting with their pocketbooks?
“Stop the madness” campaign
Anachronisms and media-manufactured narratives.
“The more Democrats demonize President Trump and his supporters, the more boots we can put on the ground to re-elect him.”
Fish or cut bait?
Will Trump drop the Big One?
“I’ve seen heavy momentum from Bush, Romney and McCain people who are all circling up with the president …”
“I wonder if she’ll remain faithful when you’re in prison.”
“No Republican president opposed for re-nomination has ever won re-election.”
“Handcuff[ing] themselves to the Titanic”?
Now you can’t even be seen literally playing ball with Republicans?
“As the son of a Polish holocaust survivor, the images and sounds of this family separation policy is heart wrenching.”
“MS-13 killers …. they aren’t so bad.”
Some due diligence is needed at the RNC.
“Win hearts and minds.”
Or did they?
That was remarkably quick
“Don’t ignore it anymore.”
“There is much I could say about this situation, but I will defer to this weekend’s comments by Senator Shelby.”
RNC: Let’s fund this campaign!
“Sick and tired of nothing happening.”
“That’s none of your business.”
“I think we could work out a way it could be dignified.”
“Thin reed” getting thinner.
Moving up fast.
“Check out her Facebook page, you’ll understand.”
“You want to take their tax money and pay off somebody else’s investment?”
Getting out the vote in swing states