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Dec 05 2018

Mazie Hirono: Dems Too Smart to Connect with Voters

It isn’t just Obama. Living in a world full of people who are knuckleheads by comparison is a burden stoically shouldered by many Democrats — including even Senator Mazie Hirono (D-HI), who…

…on Tuesday told a conference that she heard one of the reasons that her party has a difficult time connecting with voters is because Democrats know so much, and have a tendency of appealing to voters’ minds instead of their hearts.

Some liberals truly believe that they are as rational as Spock, even as they club you over the head with their emotion-based weaponry. The Left’s abandonment of reason for emotion has been on particularly shameless display recently, as the media tries to shame us into submitting to mass colonization by the Third World with heart-wrenching propaganda about immigrant children in cages, getting tear-gassed, et cetera.

Hold on, Mad Mazie is still yapping:

“But we have a really hard time doing that and one of the reasons– it was told to me at one of our retreats– was that we Democrats know so much, that is true. And we have kind of have to tell everyone how smart we are and so we have a tendency to be very left brain,” she continued.

This is especially rich coming from Hirono, not only because she does not appear to be the brightest bulb on the tree, but also because of her prominent not to mention reprehensible role in the attempted railroading of Brett Kavanaugh. You may remember her shouting that men should “shut up.” The entire spectacle was based on the liberal notion that all that left-brain stuff about due process and presumption of innocence must go out the window because they feel in their suppurating hearts that all women must be believed, no matter how unsubstantiated and improbable their scurrilous allegations.

On tips from Scott D and Chuck A.

One Response to “Mazie Hirono: Dems Too Smart to Connect with Voters”

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