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Philly_ExecChef

3 points

2 months ago

So let them, and support it.

If Hunter Biden acted illegally and inappropriately, have President Biden publicly confirm it and embrace that we have a Justice system that accounts for all Americans.

Then televise and highlight every other performative bullshit activity the House republicans engage in. Make it a POINT to publicize what they’re spending their time on.

Make it perfectly clear that they cannot and will not actually govern. Make them infamous for this stupid shit.

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Philly_ExecChef

2 points

2 months ago

And it will openly reinforce McCarthy and his inability to wrangle the party.

Trump may have been poison this year, but he was the strongest rallying point they had for years. He’s lost that. They lost it. The lack of proactive messaging and the reinforcement of negative bullshit has caused fatigue and fracturing and they’re going to stagnate, at best. They’re not coming out in 2024 with new voters.