Yesterday it became abundantly clear that the Democrat words of the day were “heist” and “looting” after the GOP tax plan passed through Congress.
lol. "heist" is the word of the day today. Focus group tested and ready for repetition. Now watch how many regular people just blindly and deafly repeat it.
Polly want a cracker? Squawk. https://t.co/jxND8pLiuD
— Caleb Howe (@CalebHowe) December 20, 2017
The talking point has been received and put into action by at least one late night host:
— HuffPost (@HuffPost) December 21, 2017
Dems can always count on the late night “comedians” to help push their narrative and agenda.
"Heist." Every one of them said the same thing. "Heist." He's cc'd on the memos. https://t.co/hg2OgXIcUm
— Caleb Howe (@CalebHowe) December 21, 2017
Don't you love how people with no sense of economics just parrot whatever talking points they're given, no questions asked? https://t.co/dXHY8Fhwor
— Laughing Clown Malt Liquor (@FMSD14) December 21, 2017
Comedy routines in 2017: Take Chuck Schumer's Senate speeches and….just say them again. https://t.co/5xBe6wkxC8
— David Rutz (@DavidRutz) December 21, 2017
I definitely take tax advice from renowned economist Seth Meyers
— Russell (@russell_waldman) December 21, 2017
"Corporations and the wealthy are bad," said the millionaire on broadcast TV https://t.co/GM9V5sMkB7
— Jim Treacher is a dumb pseudonym (@jtLOL) December 21, 2017
I cannot wait for Seth's attacks on the next tax bill Democrats pass. It should be a doozy! https://t.co/y2VlGB3CVu
— Matthew Battle (@librab103) December 21, 2017
— Danielle Whitehead (@daniwhitehead03) December 21, 2017
He would say that literally no matter what was in the bill. https://t.co/WXBk74Ew13
— Instapundit.com (@instapundit) December 21, 2017