by Mitch Kokai
Senior Political Analyst, John Locke Foundation
It took the American mass disinformation media and the … Democrats three years of Trump’s presidency to finally develop a coherent policy of confronting Trump.
This policy is very primitive: everything that Trump does is denied, rejected, and negated. Everything.
As a result, the opposition’s reaction began to resemble the reaction of Pavlovian dogs — any statement by Trump, any action by Trump, and any achievement of Trump can cause only one thing — salivation of total negation.
However, the complete and unconditional denial of everything makes the Democrats predictable and, as a result, vulnerable and easily amenable to manipulation and provocation. …
… The result of the anti-American actions of the Democrats is, at first glance, invisible but, nevertheless, the constant erosion of their reputation. For example, a complete rejection of the administration’s recent actions forced the Democrats to openly defend the terrorist Soleimani and offer a significant defense, not just words.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi has put forward a legislative initiative to establish significant restrictions on a potential attack on Iranian targets. In fact, Pelosi advocates for the preventive surrender of the United States and is trying to strip the commander-in-chief of his constitutional power. …
… If I were asked in 2019 whether the Democrats could make an even more grave political miscalculation than impeachment, I would laugh. Just a few weeks ago, the impeachment, it would seem, was the pinnacle of political idiocy. But 2020 came, and someone has put the Democrats wise to openly take up pro-Iranian positions, protecting terrorists.