Trump’s ability to simplify a message resented by some pundits

Pratt on Texas - copyright Pratt on Texas all rights reservedOne of the great talents of President Donald Trump is that sometimes, using Twitter’s very short format, he communicates the truth of a situation so clearly to the American people that it takes away any need for pundit analysis.

An example of this outlined in a Breitbart story that reads in part:

Trump questioned why Biden had not urged Democrat mayors to bring in the National Guard to help restore law and order to their cities.

“When is he going to suggest bringing up the National Guard in BADLY RUN & Crime Infested Democrat Cities and States?” he asked.

Trump also mocked Biden for his delayed reaction, which he claimed was the result of political polling.

“Rushing him out of basement after seeing some very disturbing numbers,” Trump wrote. “Don’t worry, he’ll go back to basement soon!”

The president suggested that Biden was afraid to be more aggressive against leftist violence because he needed their votes in November.

“Remember, he can’t lose the Crazy Bernie Super Liberal vote!” Trump wrote.

In this case the President was so focused that he reduced the message to something so clear that no pundits are needed on television news to explain, warp or discuss it.

Harry Truman had this talent, it was called being plain spoken, as did Ronald Reagan. The pseudo-elites didn’t like it in those men either. Why? Because when a message is clear, we don’t need wire-rimmed professorial pseudo-elite types to tell us what the message meant.

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