Lots to consider here!
By Burt Prelutsky ~
Once Jesse Jackson faded away, we had Al Sharpton inheriting the goons.
I think I first became aware of people replacing flags as props when Jesse Jackson seemed to be on TV 24/7. Every time I saw him, he had a dozen or so thuggish-looking guys standing behind him on stage. Once Jackson faded away, we had Al Sharpton inheriting the goons.
These days, no politician would dare be seen making a statement without a crowd standing behind him. Guys like Charles Schumer and Mitch McConnell wouldn’t be caught dead standing on the steps of the Senate or in the Senate rotunda without having a bunch of their Senate colleagues huddled behind them, trying to look somber and perhaps even presidential for the TV cameras.
I believe Donald Trump may have been the first to bring members of the audience on stage with him, so that…
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