I was watching TV the other day and a political ad caught my eye. The ad was courtesy of New York’s Democratic governor Kathy Hochul, slamming her Republican opponent, Lee Zeldin, about his support for “extreme insurrectionists” on January 6 and other purported crimes.
So, the lines are being drawn and the strategies are solidifying. Fine. Politics are, after all, a contact sport.
The ad then goes on to say “… five law enforcement officers lost their lives.”
As the famous quip goes, “How do you know when a politician is lying? When their lips are moving.”
The narrative about the death of these law enforcement officers is predicated on a flagrant lie, and the Democratic Party leaders know this. This is where a line must be drawn,