Bill Clinton Says Republicans Win Because They Scare People

( During an appearance on “Fareed Zakaria GPS” on CNN this past Sunday, former President Bill Clinton said that Republicans win elections by using scare tactics.

Zakaria posed the following question to the panel:

“When you look at the midterms, do you think because of abortion and the passage of a few very important bills, could Biden break the historical pattern of the, you know, midterms going badly?”

The response from Clinton was, “Absolutely.”

The less-than-trustworthy ex-president said the Democrats could keep control of both of these houses, but only if they said the proper things. And it’s important to recognize that the Republicans are always good at going into elections and closing well. He said the Republicans come up with brand new methods to strike fear into the hearts and minds of voters who are undecided about something.

Clinton said that’s what the Republicans did in 2021 — when they made Critical Race Theory sound even worse than smallpox. Clinton then lied and said that hardly a single public school in the United States taught anything about it.

“But they didn’t care. They just scare people,” Clinton smugly asserted.

Clinton continued by saying that you still have to get these people. He said there are so many fewer because as the parties have gone more ideological and clear and somehow psychically intolerant, they pull more and more people toward the extremes.

“But there are still some people hanging on there who are trying to think and understand what’s going on,” he said.

Clinton did not mention how the Democrats try to scare people by saying the world will end if they aren’t elected because only they can save the planet from cataclysmic climate change.

Clinton also didn’t mention that the FBI, working as an arm of the DNC, has announced that people who oppose leftwing school policies are domestic terrorists.

Clinton probably failed to mention that the left sees legal gun owners as threats, whereas illegal gun owners in inner cities, that murder one another at an alarming rate, are largely ignored.