I'm talking about basing an election outlook off what you see in images like this, or the images we see showing huge crowds at rallies, etc.
Kari, Trump, et al, all seemed to be major winning bets if one based things off what they saw at the rallies, the Q&As they all had, other events, etc. but it all turned out to be bad outcomes for them. Situational manipulation works both ways when it comes to using imagery to affect perception.
Deported for not being a Trump supporter. No Trump supporter believes the Lake result was legitimate.
Yeah, I’m not reading your ShareBlue copypasta.
Reported again for not being a Trump supporter. Go back to Media Matters and come up with a different strategy. The 2020 Presidential election and 2022 midterms were stolen via mass mail in ballot fraud and nobody believes your lies when everyone here has seen the evidence for themselves. Call me whatever names you want, traitor, the evidence is out there for everybody to see!