We have looked at transparency and truthfulness many times on Conservative View, and, unfortunately, the question of credibility comes to the forefront far too often. I would have no problem, in fact, I would welcome a situation where two candidates would face off fairly and openly. Let the two people put their views and policies on the table and let people decide which person fits their vision of the future. We are used to dirty, ugly campaigns where the ads that flood the airwaves are nothing but attack ads. Today, this type of campaign has become the norm and, in my view, is more common with Democrat candidates. What I am having an issue with is ads that are a complete distortion of the truth.
The Democrats have thrown credibility out the window in 2022. They are blasting their opponents with messages far removed from the truth. There is only one reason for this approach. When your policies are failing, and you have put the country into free fall, you have to resort to character assassination and false messaging. The issue that they are focusing on is one they know will gin up emotions and fear with the Democrat base. That issue is reproductive rights, better known as abortion. They are keying on the Supreme Court reversal of Roe V. Wade and contorting the Republican view on the issue.
Every Republican man or woman acknowledges that the topic of abortion has been sent back to the state level by the Court. It is no longer a topic of debate at the D.C. level. Republicans concede that there will never be an outright ban on abortion , but one thing those on the Right would like to see is a limit on when an abortion can be performed. Republicans find late-term abortion abhorrent and tantamount to murder. Words cannot express how strongly we are against allowing a fetus who survives an abortion to die without care. These are concerns that D.C. Republicans will continue to fight.
Three members of the administration or Democrat Party that have abandoned credibility in their messaging are Karine Jeanne-Pierre, Joe Manchin, and John Kirby. KJP will say anything, true or false, that is written in her oversized loose-leaf notebook. Never having an original thought or the propensity to answer a question directly, Karine is the poster child for a false narrative.
Joe Manchin sold his future for his vote on the Inflation Reduction Act. He was promised changes to restrictions on the fossil fuel industry, which is integral to his home state of West Virginia. Of course, these promises are not coming to fruition. In an obvious show of desperation, Manchin is appealing to Republicans for support. Claiming that this is the only path to energy independence, his pleas appear to be falling on deaf ears. Republicans know we enjoyed energy independence two years ago under Donald Trump. Biden and his horrendous policy decisions have made us a buyer instead of a seller in the world energy market. Good luck on gambling your political future on a lie.
John Kirby is a senior White House and Pentagon advisor. He is a retired Rear Admiral, which is the equivalent of a General. I would think a man who attained that level in our military did so with honesty and integrity. If he had them, he lost them now that he is a politician rather than a warrior. His take on our Southern Border is as wrong as Biden or Harris. He blatantly claims the Border is secure and that this administration is spending billions on keeping it secure. Both are just not true. The videos and eyewitness accounts say otherwise. This administration’s efforts are not to stop the flow but to process the invasion quickly.
These are just three examples. Call it lying, gaslighting, misinforming, whatever. It is wrong; hopefully, these Dems will pay the piper in November.
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