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Politico: Democrats Studying ‘How To Talk To Real People’

Left-wing Politico reported that Senate Democrats will “hold lessons on how to talk to real people,” in an article published on Wednesday.

In an event hosted by David Brock – a Clinton loyalist and founder of Media Matters for America – entitled “Hold Trump Accountable,” Democrats will attend political strategy seminars hosted by Center for American Progress (CAP) CEO Neera Tanden and Priorities USA CEO Guy Cecil.

The event included political strategy segments on “speaking to those who feel invisible in rural America” and “listening to those who feel unheard.”

Senate Democrats will also be advised by Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and Tim Kaine (D-VA) on how to “go around Republicans by trying to work with [President Donald Trump]” in a seminar entitled “Triangulating Trump.”

Sen. Dianne Feinsten (D-CA) will “prep Democrats on how to engage against Republicans over Trump’s Supreme Court pick.”

Reporters were not allowed to attend the event.

In December, Brock announced a project with American Bridge 21st Century – a leftist political agitation organ of the Democrat Party – to presumably ensure that the Trump administration would be “accountable, transparent, and held in check.”

Describing the project as the formation of a political “war room,” Brock warned of the Trump administration having “a minister of disinformation operating from the West Wing with ties to a proto-fascist media empire that is nothing more than a pro-Trump propaganda machine.”

Brock promised to combat “Trump’s unprecedented willingness to lie and his infrastructure to propagate those lies.” The political “war room,” he added, would “fact-check administration statements in real-time.”

Despite being a neo-Marxist and Democrat-aligned agitation outlet, CAP enjoys nonprofit status as a 501(c)(3) charity. Donations to such charities offer tax deductions to donors.

H/T Burgess Everett at Politico

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