This potential 2020 Trump challenger lobbed the most despicable attack yet
A new Democrat 2020 challenger comes out of the woodwork nearly every day.
Each one is more radical than the last.
And the latest to dip his toe in the water went on national TV to lob this despicable attack on Donald Trump.
Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) is hitting early primary states including Iowa and South Carolina.
Brown is waiting to officially announce his candidacy after the cloud of scandal for Democrats over late-term abortion and the racist Virginia Governor Ralph Northam passes.
But Chuck Todd hosted Brown on “Meet the Press” to discuss his 2020 campaign and he couldn’t avoid the controversy surrounding Northam’s black face and KKK yearbook photo.
When Chuck Todd asked what Sherrod Brown thought about the controversy, Brown dodged the question and pivoted to calling Donald Trump a racist.
Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) called President Donald Trump a “racist” when asked about the controversy over Gov. Ralph Northam (D-VA) medical school yearbook photo of people in blackface and a Klan robe.
Partial transcript as follows:
TODD: What does it say that something like this is now, folks are now being held accountable for blackface in ways, frankly, we didn’t have that kind of, that strong of a moral code, I would argue, in our politics until recently. Why do you think that is?
BROWN: Well, I think this country hasn’t dealt well with the issues of race. We have a president who’s a racist…
When a member of their party shows he’s blatantly racist, Democrats close their eyes and stick their fingers in their ears.
If it were a Republican – let alone President Trump – we’d never hear the end of it.
Democrats think they can beat Trump simply by attacking him.
But President Trump is smeared by the Fake News media on a daily basis already.
Trump has been called every name in the book. And there’s zero evidence of Trump being racist.
Hillary Clinton’s attempts to portray Donald Trump as a racist in 2016 failed miserably.
If it is Brown’s intention to employ this same strategy, his 2020 campaign could be in big trouble.