Hillary Clinton’s “basket of deplorables” comment in 2016 didn’t exactly help her in the days and weeks before the November election, but not all Democrats got that memo, according to stories about now-deleted tweets from a spokesman for the Tennessee Democrats:
— Free Beacon (@FreeBeacon) July 27, 2018
Top Tennessee Dem Party official snubs 'reaching out' to Trump voters, calls them 'idiots' https://t.co/8wswRh8LjJ
— FOX & friends (@foxandfriends) July 30, 2018
From the Free Beacon:
Republican aides in the state directed the Washington Free Beacon to Mark Brown, a top communications official for the Tennessee Democratic Party acting as spokesman for its efforts to help Bredesen win his 2018 Senate race. Brown has taken the name-calling to a level beyond calling people “liberal,” dishing out labels ranging from “f**kstik” (sic) to “Putin’s bitch” for President Donald Trump.
The rhetoric from Brown isn’t in synch with the message from Bredesen, who is hoping to flip a Tennessee Senate seat blue by running as a centrist who could “work together” with Republicans in Washington, D.C.
Brown has stated his belief that reaching across the aisle to Trump voters isn’t worth it. “F**k reaching out to Trump voters,” he argued. “The idiots aren’t listening.”
Good luck with that!
Seems like bad strategy considering that Trump won over many Democrat voters in 2016 who were tired of this sort of thing. https://t.co/Vi4ajxRoLW
— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) July 30, 2018
SHH! Nobody tell them.
— Candice G. Dawkins (@candicegdawkins) July 27, 2018
So I'm now a Deplorable Idiot? OK, back to my corner…
— Mark Camarigg (@krucam) July 30, 2018
Wow are you kidding me thats really excellent strategy of winning votes lol.
— ❌Marc Thorn❌ (@MarcThorn4) July 30, 2018
This guy is the Tennessee Democratic Party Spokesman..? https://t.co/YtjXmrtys2
— Dean Cain (@RealDeanCain) July 30, 2018
So it’s confirmed:
The GOP needs more Dems like this.
— Based Right™️ (@Based_Right) July 30, 2018
Keep talking like that, Dems!
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