Don’t forget, the President was a lifelong marketer, and knows how to get his message out.
Trump takes a lot of heat for his bluster and bellicose language. He doesn’t see it as beneath him or his office to throw in the occasional profanity to color his speech.
But — unlike the Resist crowd — he’s not just throwing around casual cursing. There is a method to his madness.
If he were everything his critics claimed, he would be no different than some dope like De Niro standing up and impotently shouting F**k Trump.
Those expressions of profanity make the one cursing look weak. Cursing, in their case, is the last resort of the angry and powerless.
That does NOT describe Trump’s blue language. It all goes back to our ‘Lightning Rod’ theory.
As we’ve explained elsewhere, ClashDaily has long suspected that some of his more outlandish or controversial statements and tweets were one part New York bluster, and one part Marketing genius.
Say something outlandish, and people will talk about it. Say that same outlandish thing in the context of a broader statement that you want to draw public attention to, and even if the media would NOT want to discuss the message itself, they can’t help but ‘pounce’ on the outlandish statement.
The ‘three takes’ link at the bottom will detail some other examples where we have seen this same pattern play out.
Last night, the Lightning Rod method made another appearance in his rallies. Maybe you saw it:
He used the word Bullsh*t.
He didn’t do it through his whole speech. He did it ONE time. But — in keeping with the lightning rod theory — the context of that one time was EVERYTHING.
We’ve been living through this so-called insurance policy because they know we’re putting a stop their pillaging and their plundering and their hoaxes the Radical Democrats policies are crazy, their politicians are corrupt, their candidates are terrible, and they know they can’t win on election day so they’re pushing an illegal invalid and unconstitutional bullsh*t impeachment.
Sure, it was red meat for a friendly audience, but it was more that that. It was a single sentence in which he listed the reasons he thinks this impeachment is nothing more (and has ALWAYS been) nothing more than a partisan hatchet job.
WaPo ran an impeachment story nineteen minutes after Trump’s inauguration.
There was no question that they wanted the guy they were comparing to various national disasters, including Pearl Harbor,
We’ve all seen the dishonest games the left have played with the power they’re entrusted with, they’re obviously unworthy of that trust.
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