Some advice for NCGOP
I know — I’m the last one they want advice from. But they are making moves right now that — I believe — are helping a Democrat candidate tremendously.
So far, I’ve seen TWO press releases in as many weeks from NCGOP HQ discussing state senator Jeff Jackson (D-Charlotte). Apparently, senator Jackson wants to move up to the big Senate in DC next year.
His problem? Nobody knows who he is except for a small percentage of his Senate district and the folks who work on the Senate side of Jones Street. Of course, there are also the people who follow his Twitter feed. (Jeff loves to tweet.). A US Senate run is a state-wide thing, of course.
With the NCGOP writing attack releases against Jackson, it practically invites the statewide media to start doing stories on him. (That would be just fine with him. Jeff LOVES himself, as well as TALKING about himself.) At the very least, it raises his name ID in drive-by newsrooms across the state.
Why give this guy free media? Stop talking about him publicly. (Unless he raises his head and says something really stupid that demands a response. Be patient. It’ll happen.)
In the meantime, be combing through Jackson’s voluminous social media posts and screenshot, screenshot, screenshot. Then, you archive, archive, archive. Upon doing that, you should be well-stocked with “ammo” for when the right time comes.
9 thoughts on “Some advice for NCGOP”
No one can accuse the NCGOP of being smart. All they have done so far is follow marching orders from the RNC.
Or is the NCGOP picking their challenger? …. Put the spotlight on Jackson, which makes other Dem’s second guess a run. … Can we bet Jackson over other Dems that may jump in?
That would be ascribing intelligence to them that they simply don’t possess. They need to get a clue, though, my county Chairman told us that last week’s State Chairman’s call with the county Chairs went nuclear because county leaders are under a lot of pressure from Trump volunteers in their counties. One County Chairman reportedly told the State Chair that having gotten his county to vote red for the first time ever, he wasn’t about to let anybody screw that up, an obvious dig at the NCGOP.
Am I correct that Jackson is a distant relative of Andrew Jackson and has never denounced his slave owner
and Native American relative death march. Tell that to your Jefferson Jackson banquet.
About as believable as Mitt Romney somehow thinking he will become president in 2024. HOW delusional these GOPe folks are. And Bush, Cheney going to team up as well to push? I swear, I read these articles and I laugh at how stupid they really think we are. I did the Dole, McCain, Romney, Bush, Bush ‘thing’. DONE.. I’ve done the Tillis, Burr ‘thing’. DONE. The last 4Y were not all=-Trump. It was my fellow Americans finally realizing how beat down and dismissed, forgotten and unrepresented we had been, in the name of China, Wall St, donors, lobbyists, politicians. And how voting was second rate and it didn’t matter how we voted, we were not to be represented or served by democracy. It was all about a $174k congressman becoming wealthy, rich, millionaires. Trump pulled back the curtain, he exposed that it was all rigged.
Astute analysis. IMHO you are correct in everything you said. Thank you, sir!
A lot can be said for ridding the party of Psuedopublicans like Bob Orr. In my 50 years of involvement I have never seen so much jealousy and backstabbing. I hope the NeverTrumpers lose all their wealth to these Marxist
Sol Alinsky types. Obama is calling all the shots through his mouthpiece Susan Rice. Biden is only an empty
suit but we saw that before the election. I seriously doubt that the real GOP can be saved.
You make some good points in this piece. Our press releases ought never serve to elevate the opposition. Still, I do not believe Jackson is going to emerge as the democrat party’s nominee for U.S. Senate in 2022. At present it appears more likely that Cheri Beasley is the darling of the left and will be their front-runner for 2022. Time will tell.
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