Skip to comments.KY Gov. Beshear: Republicans Lost Because They ‘Demonize Groups of People’
Posted on 11/08/2023 10:24:56 AM PST by ChicagoConservative27
Governor Andy Beshear (D-KY) said Wednesday on CNN’s “News Central” that his reelection shows the Republicans demonizing groups of people is not a winning strategy.
Anchor Kate Bolduan said, “Governor, when you hear people say that your reelection and the way you ran your campaign provides a blueprint for how Democrats should being elsewhere and across the country. Do you agree?”
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The GOP has to find a handsome dude to run next time apparently looks are all that matters to some
“Demonize Groups of People.” Like Jews? Which party does that, I wonder.
All the white people are bad.
All the Christians are bad.
All the men are bad.
All the heterosexuals are bad.
But, mostly, all the Republicans are bad. Why? The answer is simple: Republicans demonize groups of people.
He barely won reelection, and the GOP swept everything else in the state handily. No different than John Bel Edwards in LA in 2019.
....says the vapid empty suit whose ads “demonized” Cameron as “Uncle Dan” because he’s black and not a Democrat plantation slave.
And who also “demonized” those who prefer not to murder innocent unborn babies.
More like “demonizing” women who want unrestricted abortion up to the moment of birth
The Republicans won every down ticket statewide race in Kentucky other than Governor.
Abortion will matter next year, the Abortion Joe Biden has performed on America’s economy.
Cameron is a pretty handsome guy, but I can think of one difference...
For men running the appeal for women is height over looks. If they have both then they are unbeatable. Most of the time a plain/overweight tall guy beats a short good looking guy.
Don’t Democrats make a specialty of demonizing?
He also spent $17 million on ads to Cameron’s $3.9 million.
It’s abortion. Period. We will never get the White tramp-stamp vote ever again pushing this dead issue. We need a generation or more to rebuild the soul of this nation.
Which is why the GOP needs to change how they talk about abortion..even in red state Ohio I doubt every single person who voted to allow abortion in their constitution was a Democrat..many were Republicans..probably even many maga republicans..america is a pro choice country it sickens me to say that but it is and we have to deal with it..there is the internet and there is reality..when you have 7 out of 10 women say that abortion is the ONLY thing that matters to them we have a problem
Only the demonic ones
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