Republicans Against Trump & Lincoln Project ads, Part II

    [Part I is here, from June 13 to July 16]

    Announcing Operation Grant! Together with @ProjectLincoln we are expanding our campaign against Trump to Ohio.

    If Trump wants to win Ohio, he will have to fight for it.

    Airing on TV in Cincinnati, starting today: "It's OK To Change Your Mind, Ohio. We Did."

    — Republican Voters Against Trump (@RVAT2020) July 17, 2020


    I wonder about any catch-22's on this one, even bothering to go there. Because the irony is:policing borders has all of a sudden become extremely important allover the world This tweet by my New Zealand friend (who is very liberal p.c., socialist, and empathetic to concerns of the woke) reminded me of that:

    Who wants to go to the US now? Its toxic & deadly & bloody expensive.

    Interesting how they handle the "day late and a dollar short" bullshitting when he does it:

    Joe Biden leads, Donald Trump follows.

    — The Lincoln Project (@ProjectLincoln) July 20, 2020

    seems rather confident that things are going well:

    Headline @ The Guardian U.S. version right now Trump's vow to send federal officers to US cities is election ploy, critics say

    Opponents warn of grave threat to civil liberties as observers say president seeks to build ‘law and order’ credentials

    I am really literally begging people to at minimum to stop saying the skyrocketing crime rate in blue cities doesn't matter and "black on black crime doesn't matter". You'll be so sorry with the results of doing that. It's going to get worse if the economy gets worse and anarchists masquerading as BLM, cops feeling dissed, the GOP is successful at not furnishing enough aid. In all kinds of ways, including the cities and states going bankrupt. Remember those movies about "the Bronx is burnin'"in the 1970's--multitudes of same.

    — Daniel Uhlfelder (@DWUhlfelderLaw) July 21, 2020

    Think about everything we lost — all the small things that make life worth living.

    How DARE the president do anything but fight this virus each and every day. #TrumpVirus

    — The Lincoln Project (@ProjectLincoln) July 23, 2020



    Every May I visit my parents in Florida. I thought I'd be able to go in the fall. We could have gotten the virus under control by then, but now I have no idea when I can go. They're both 90. They could die before I visit again

    Not an ad but an op-ed in USA Today by "Radio Free Tom" which I find intriguing in some points and want to plop it somewhere I can find it:


    they are passing around exciting gossip:


    — The Lincoln Project (@ProjectLincoln) July 25, 2020

    how to further drive him nuts:

    We are now at the demon sperm phase of the Trump administration, so we urgently need more anti-anti-trump attacks on the Lincoln project.

    — Charlie Sykes (@SykesCharlie) July 29, 2020

    This makes me think of how overall, the big difference between these guys and most Dem political operatives is how they give off confidence that just can't be ruffled. And humor, a sense of humor that goes with that, wicked but at the same time, laid back. Where the enemy is a weak loser to be ridiculed, always. Very little "outrage".  About the only Dem operative I can think of of the top of my head that is like them is James Carville. But even he does the "outraged" thing once in a while.

    Most Dem operatives are always projecting being a victim of unfairness or worried about tippy toeing around different sensitivities of different identity groups.Among other things, the latter makes one look insincere, doing self-censoring so as not to offend anyone makes one just look like an insincere panderer.

    New one is personal insults and ridicule aimed at his narcissism:

    Deserves an award for video editing:

    They caught him farting on-mic a few months back - wonder if that's his... captured for posterity?

    Accept no substitutes

    New group in category!

    new one aimed at Trump voters:

    they are just so smart:

    Trying out a new hashtag, see if it takes:

    always got an eye out for new material:

    currently pinned at top of Lincoln Project's feed:

    war room chat:

    The Lincoln Project is really on a roll

    When I started with @ProjectLincoln, I was 1 of only 3 Political Interns.

    This organization has tapped in to something larger. It has given me hope that we can bridge our differences and come together to save our country.

    Let's do this.

    — Lily Alexander (@LilyyAlexander) August 21, 2020

    Yes, we can.

    — Reed Galen (@reedgalen) August 21, 2020

    Can we do it?

    — The Lincoln Project (@ProjectLincoln) August 21, 2020

    On the Goodyear thing, targeted at Ohio:

    Sarah Silverman not joking:


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