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Is the Right changing minds?
Jun 12, 2019 @ 7:00 pm - 7:55 pm PDT
* Guest Host: Dave Sussman from The Dave Sussman Show & WhiskeyPolitics *
How do we communicate with people in the REAL world when many of them are only used to communicating on the internet? Especially our young people!
Scott Presler is a conservative activist with over 293,000 followers on Twitter. He spent 2 years of his life working to defeat Hillary Clinton and is laser-focused on re-electing President Trump.
President Obama inspired me to become a conservative activist. ~ Scott Presler
Democrats were all about RESIST. It was negative. Scott came up with #ThePersistence, which means to continue despite the resistance, to counter the resistance with positivity.
We can’t wait until the Summer of 2020 to start Get Out The Vote efforts to re-elect President Trump. We have to start NOW!
Use trending hashtags even if it has nothing to do with your post. It gets you in front of eyes that wouldn’t normally see you. And whatever you do, be true and keep your word. People respect honesty and integrity.
Get the judgement out of your head that older people aren’t using Twitter. They are! Probably because they LOVE hearing from President Trump directly.
Trump, keep Tweeting! We love hearing from you unfiltered by mainstream media bias.
We ARE the new media! Normal people across the country alerting each other what’s going on. We do not need big corporations to tell us what the news is.
Twitter is NOT REAL LIFE. Social media is NOT reality. The majority of America is neither Left nor Right and they don’t care as much about politics as we do. Nobody wants to hear all the negativity. You inspire people through love.
Democrats are called bleeding heart Liberals for a reason. They lead with their hearts. So we have to appeal to them emotionally. Ask questions like, why do Democrats choose illegal aliens over the black community, which is TRUE racism?
- Jun 12, 2019
7:00 pm - 7:55 pm PDT
- Event Tags:
- campaign, Clinton, conservative, Hillary, media bias, Obama, President, social media, trump, vote