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The Republican Party Officially Has NO Platform, Only Trump

No, really. They stand for nothing except support for Dear Leader. So much for "debating" Republicans.
The Republican Party Officially Has NO Platform, Only Trump
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Christ on a cracker: The RNC announced that Republicans have no platform:

RESOLVED, That the Republican Party has and will continue to enthusiastically support the President’s America-first agenda;

RESOVLVED, That the 2020 Republican National Convention will adjourn without adopting a new platform until the 2024 Republican National Convention;

RESOLVED, That the 2020 Republican National Convention calls on the media to engage in accurate and unbiased reporting, especially as it relates to the strong support of the RNC for President Trump and his Administration; and

RESOLVED, That any motion to amend the 2016 Platform or to adopt a new platform, including any motion to suspend the procedures that will allow doing so, will be ruled out of order.

Trump = Republicans and vice-versa.

Republished with permission from Mock Paper Scissors

And via Politico

‘What do Republicans believe? What does it mean to be a Republican?’

“I decided to call Frank Luntz. Perhaps no person alive has spent more time polling Republican voters and counseling Republican politicians than Luntz, the 58-year-old focus group guru. His research on policy and messaging has informed a generation of GOP lawmakers. His ability to translate between D.C. and the provinces — connecting the concerns of everyday people to their representatives in power — has been unsurpassed. If anyone had an answer, it would be Luntz.

“‘You know I don’t have a history of dodging questions. But I don’t know how to answer that. There is no consistent philosophy,’ Luntz responded. ‘You can’t say it’s about making America great again at a time of Covid and economic distress and social unrest. It’s just not credible.’ Luntz thought for a moment. ‘I think it’s about promoting—’ he stopped suddenly. ‘But I can’t, I don’t—’ he took a pause. ‘That’s the best I can do.’”

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