Was Trump And Falwell’s ‘Two Extra Years As President’ An Overton Window Ploy?
Friday, 10 May 2019 Article by WN.Com Correspondent Dallas Darling According to those who track trends, Overton’s Window refers to the proposed range of ideas that may at first seem unreal or outlandish but the public eventually accepts. As a result, critics are voicing concern over President Donald Trump’s retweet by Rev. Jerry Falwell, Jr. It called for two extra years to be added to the president’s first term as a “pay back for time stolen” by the Mueller probe. Since he mentioned in 2016 he wouldn’t accept the election results if beaten, and now hints of refusing to step down in 2020, critics may have a point. Reparations of a Different Sort Tweeted first by Liberty University’s President Falwell, and then...
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