- Sep 4, 2013
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I disagree on the level of support you imply. Most folks I know support cause but not riots. My mother in law, lives near Portland, very liberal, wrote a letter to tbe editor, stop the violence, go home, start working on political so,unions. It is a mistake to think that because people refuse to demonize the movement or because they that most of the protests are not violent, that they support those that are,I don’t think Trump can count on that same level of support this time, Amy Barret or no. His opponent is not Clinton and he has a record.In 2018, the white female vote split 49-49. In Pennsylvania, white women voted for the Democrat Senator over a Trump disciple by 12 points.Hillary lost the white female vote even though media idiots predicted because she was a white woman other white women would automatically vote for her.Nope. Not even a little bit. Conservative women are not taken seriously by anyone, especially not conservatives.
If Dems are highly uncivil to Ms. Barrett I believe that has the potential to turn off a lot of swing or independent female voters.
Clinton lost in 2016 because white women did not like Dim policies or her. If your Dim asshole pals beat up on Amy Barrett too hard you can kiss the white female vote goodbye yet again. Trump won the white female vote 53-47.
While black and Hispanic or Latino women voted overwhelmingly for Hillary Clinton, 53 percent of white women who voted picked Mr. Trump, exit data show.www.nytimes.com
We'll see. Suburban moms do not like lawlessness and violence. The polls show that overwhelmingly. And the Dims have been tacitly or actively supporting the riots from the beginning.
The fact you had Joe Biden campaign workers in Minneapolis bailing out looters and rioters does not look good. The fact BLM is funneling millions to the DNC also does not look good.
But I cede your point. Many who support the cause do not support the violence.