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Trump Campaign Launches Website to Help Supporters Argue With ‘Liberal Snowflakes’

Trump Campaign Launches Website to Help Supporters Argue With ‘Liberal Snowflakes’

“snowflakevictory.com”

https://youtu.be/n1h8gFSjUDY

Trump’s campaign has launched a new website to help his supporters win arguments with “liberal snowflakes.” This is nothing short of hilarious.

They say that in politics, whoever looks like they’re having the most fun will win. If that axiom holds true, Trump should take 2020 in a landslide.

CBS News reports:

Trump campaign launches website to help supporters beat “snowflake” relatives in arguments

The Trump campaign launched a website on Christmas Eve to help the president’s supporters win arguments with their “liberal snowflake” friends and family over the holidays.

The website, aptly named snowflakevictory.com, gives Trump allies pointers for talking about a range of issues — from the economy, to the border wall, to socialism. Instead of avoiding political discussions over the holidays, as some articles suggest, the campaign says it’s showing people how to win them.

“We’ve all seen the news articles about liberal snowflakes being afraid to see their MAGA relatives at Christmas or holiday gatherings, so the Trump campaign wants people to be ready,” Kayleigh McEnany, Trump campaign national press secretary, said in a statement. “We’re not helping snowflakes avoid arguments – we’re helping Trump supporters win them! As 2019 draws to a close and 2020 approaches, President Trump and Americans are going to be winning, winning, and winning, and then winning some more!”

You can see the website here.

Trump’s campaign manager Brad Parscale tweeted out the info on Christmas Eve:

Here’s a short video report from FOX News:

It’ll be fun to see how this goes over with the folks at CNN and MSNBC.

Featured image via YouTube.

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whoever looks like they’re having the most fun will win
Just so long as it’s ultimately mocking the other side, and not mirroring them. One of the last things we want to to do is contribute to the Politicization of Everything movement.

As just one more of Trumps trolls, though? Outstanding.

I’d love to see a version of the pajamaboy ad with an actual man in a plaid lumberjack shirt cradling a glass of whiskey.

I wish I could say you will change their mind, but the most you can accomplish is to screw with their mind if they have one.

they democratic because that is all they know, to deviate from that would be almost impossible, for an example of that look at Alan Dershowitz, he said he would support/vote for Joe Biden even though he know what is going on, he is probably the smartest legal mind in the US today, but he will still support the Democrats

    BriVermonter in reply to ronk. | December 26, 2019 at 11:12 am

    “an example of that look at Alan Dershowitz, he said he would support/vote for Joe Biden even though he know what is going on,”

    OR, he is one of many who is not publicly admitting voting for Trump….

    LookoutABear in reply to ronk. | December 26, 2019 at 1:56 pm

    Ronk-
    I suspect certain famous people who say they are still voting D, despite being vocally against everything the Dems stand for these days are lying. They’d be in a world of shit with their peers if they ever came out as a Trump supporter.

Liberalism is a religion. The beliefs are dogma. One escapes that dogma only with great difficulty and hard intellectual work as underlying assumptions must be destroyed. Those assumptions are usually built on the trust one has for somebody like a parent or priest from a young age. Some of us inherently have less unquestioned trust in narratives than others have. Some have great trust in the narrative, perhaps to give them some stability or anchor in their lives.

Liberals seem to be composed of the “believers” and “leaders.” The leaders are the sociopaths (or worse) — think Pelosi or Schiff. The believers can be mean (remember Mizzou prof Click?) or more passive (like Dershowitz). You may influence the passive ones but you can only silence the aggressive ones and defeat the leaders.

    Barry Soetoro in reply to TX-rifraph. | December 26, 2019 at 6:04 pm

    “[T]he usurpation of fundamental economic, social and political functions by the collectivist state alters the climate of individual development in the society, frustrates the achievement of adult competence, and leads to increasing numbers of citizens who choose to remain pathologically dependent on the state, childlike in their submission to its authority, and stunted in their character development. Under the modern liberal agenda, the people fail to develop normal capacities for adult autonomy, self-reliance and local community responsibility that are the necessary foundations for both individual happiness and social order.”
    -Lyle H. Rossiter, Jr., M.D., THE LIBERAL MIND: The Psychological Causes of Political Madness

Trump is expanding his reach to beyond just his base – Women, Latinos & Black support is growing

I don’t think this one is correct. Women have always been a vital component of his base.

    Barry Soetoro in reply to tom_swift. | December 26, 2019 at 5:56 pm

    White women, yes; 52% of them voted for Trump. Only 25% of Latinas and a mere 4% of Black women voted for Trump. As a whole, 54% of women voted for Clinton.

The assumption is that you can actually have a conversation with any Liberal in the room. It’s impossible.
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They just say, “Prove it.” “You’re lying.” “Show me the facts right now!” “You’re a racist, homophobic, sexist, …ist, …ic, …ist, etc.”
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These people still think they are making less, paying more taxes and worse off than when Obama left office. That any improvements in the economy are because of Obama and in spite of Trump. There is no conversation to be had.
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Occasionally, there is the Independent or Libertarian that will engage in a dialogue. You always start from a point you can agree on – “Hey, I don’t like the guy either, but look at this, that and the other thing…” Those are the ones you need to be ready for. Not the Leftists.

Had an argument with a customer. Said he hated Trump which I replied back not to say that to me it’s disrespectful. Customer said he doesn’t like Trump because he’s arrogant and can’t get past it. I corrected him and said you mean confidence. No way I was going to change the mind of someone with tds but I can control how I want the conversation to go. I finally had to cut him off and say I had work to do and left to go to another area of my department. Otherwise this guy would still be blowing hot air.

If you can speak fluent gibberish you might have a chance to wipe the floor with a dem, but ONLY if you speak fluent gibberish.
Any other language isn’t understood by them.

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