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Donny Deutsch, a TV personality and Chairman Emeritus of Deutsch Inc. is known for his branding genius, and also for his frequent appearances on the MSNBC show, “Morning Joe.” But he has graced the airwaves in at least two appearances to share how the Democrats can win the midterms, by branding Republicans as racists.
ON Tuesday, on MSNBC and CNBC, Deutsch said the quiet part out loud as he discusses how to win the midterms. His suggestion? Brand republicans as white supremacists and make them own it.
He then goes on to lay out different methods of manipulation, gaslighting, and intimidation to paint the Republican party in a light that is so bad, that Democrats can win in the midterms.
On Tuesday morning, Deutsch had a guest appearance on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.”
Scarborough began his questions by first stating that this is not a branding issue, despite having one of the best “branding experts” in marketing history on the show, but he then goes on to basicly ask how to make it a branding issue.
“This is not a branding issue, this is a really serious issue and it’s important that people, whether it’s Democrats or Republicans or independents, whether it’s Liz Cheney or other people who are deeply offended by what’s happening with this great replacement theory. The question is, what is the best way to push back on this hatred? What’s the best way to push back on this conspiracy theory that’s based on a Jewish international banker? I mean, just it is so anti-Semitic. And of course, they’ve, they’ve slotted George Soros and they’re trying to make the country like browner and black. What’s the best way for people to push back on that lie?”
Deutsch replied, “You take this heinous platform and you make the Republicans own it? I want to say it again, make the Republicans own it. Every Republican politician, every Republican candidate, ask them about it. Because they can’t run from it because it’s part of who they are at this point as disgusting as that is, but make it the Republican replacement theory, mainstream it, because if this is the way — you have to scare — we don’t have the economy on our side as Democrats.”
This is where everyone should be paying attention. Not only does he advocate for the manipulation of the truth, labeling individuals as a racist without evidence, and twisting of the facts in an organized and coordinated way, but he then goes on to state that fear tactics are also the way to go.
“So you have to scare the bejesus out of people. And a way to scare them, to say, you know this replacement theory, this is not just coming from some dark corner of the web, this is the Republican platform. Make them own it. And Democrats run from this fistfight. I know in the previous segment Eugene Daniels, he talked about the president not wanting to call out names — call out Tucker Carlson, call out the politicians and make this — make them own it. This is a Republican platform. It is the racist Republican replacement theory.”
On Tuesday afternoon, Deutsch once again appeared on MSNBC and went on a rant about Tucker Carlson, and the Republican party.
“How does Tucker Carlson get 3 million viewers every night?” he asked stating that according to a recent poll, “23% of Republican males are okay with white nationalist white supremacist views.”
“That’s one in four Republican males and 9% of all Americans. So there’s an audience out there, it’s still fringe is still a minority, but it’s the fringe what the Democrats need to do and it’s so obvious at this point is Brandon with it is basically take this replacement theory, and now make it about the Republican racist replacement theory make every Republican answer Do you believe in it or not?
“Brand every Republican This is the party of the replacement theory. Take what is a sliver or real minority but still a minority it and make it the entire raise on the thought of the Republican Party. Do the same thing with violence is the RV party. It’s the Republican violence party, random, the very this is Judo the very heinous things that they stand for and are hiding behind brand them or take a branding iron, put it on them so that any mainstream Republican has to wear that badge and go you’re voting Republican. Do you understand you’re voting for the replacement theory? Do you believe in that? Is that what you stand for? Do you believe that immigrants are coming over to replace white people and it’s part of a Jewish cabal playing this whole thing and through interracial marriage, do you because that’s the Republican platform. So make the Republicans own it. Mouths you’ve got some money in a political operation. You’re going to cut that out.”