While speaking on 12/5/18, at Demand Justice’s “The Court In Crisis: What’s Next For Progressives After Kavanaugh” Summit in Washington, DC, DNC Chair Tom Perez attacked the religious belief’s of a significant amount of American Voters.
Perez led into his assertion attempting to rally support for his party, “we all have to make sure that we’re affluent in what’s happening across our ecosystem so that we can come to each other’s defense, because we need to build a bigger orchestra.”
Noting strong GOP support Chairman Perez took aim at 2 top media organizations saying, “They’ve had a big orchestra for some time and they’ve got a megaphone to amplify, whether it’s Sinclair at a local level, Fox at a national level.”
Touting oppositional reasearch and renaming it “outreach” he also stated “I’ve learned this from the outreach we’ve done at the DNC.”
Why are we penetrating, they ask. And I had someone in northwestern Wisconsin tell me, ‘You know what? For most of the people I know, their principal sources of information are Fox News, their NRA newsletter and the pulpit on Sunday.
And it should come as a surprise to no one that our message doesn’t penetrate. It should come as a surprise to no one that that person has elevated the issue, of course, to the top because that person on the pulpit is saying, ‘Ignore everything else that this person has done and is doing.
Claiming voters aren’t capable of making their own decisions Perez construed that “We have to focus on one issue in Roe versus Wade,’ and people buy it because that’s their only source.”
Perez also asserted that media platforms may be the problem saying, “so as we move forward here we’ve got to talk about these substantive ideas, but we’ve got to talk about a broader communication strategy,” ignoring the fact that liberal media organizations tend to dominate the Mainstream circuit.
He closed by saying, “We’ve got to talk about other reforms that will enable us to elect Democrats up and down the ticket so that we can actually have the capacity to implement them.”