The linked podcast well worth the watch. If you don't know William B Allen, this will help a bit.
For all but those who are just going to vote Democrat no matter what, we stare in amazement at Biden stumbling around, the gas pump prices rising like a rocket again, along with the food items we actually consume while the government swears inflation is "slowing", the war drums beating in Ukraine and increasingly China, crime skyrocketing, 100K dying each year from Fentanyl surging across our open Southern "border",,,
How can Biden have a poll number above the 20-30% Democrat zombies?
First, we can't forget that about 1/3 of our economy is government spending. The vast majority of those will lick the hand that feeds them.
Add in the obvious misinformation pushed by Democrats and the media (but I repeat myself), and it is a wonder a Republican ever wins.
A current example:
Kamala and the media take one sentence out of the curriculum approved by a commission including Blacks, saying in Kamala speak "some slaves benefited from slavery".
What page actually says "Instruction includes how slaves developed skills which, in some instances, could be applied for their personal benefit".
For instance skills they learned while enslaved once they were freed ... carpentry, agriculture, blacksmithing, etc It is a strange fact that SOME people benefit from even the most extreme forms of oppression. Witness survivors of the USSR and Chinese Gulags and German concentration camps. How many stories have you heard of courageous people rising from extreme oppression and many handicaps to succeed beyond their supposedly privileged peers?
Part of the cherished 1619 narrative is that Blacks are incapable of success without affirmative action, reparations, etc. The Democrats continue the legacy of Slavery and Jim Crow by not that subtly asserting that Blacks are not capable of rising on their own merit ... even if they do have skills.
As an aside, most of the American slaves came from nations around Gambia. The average yearly income in Gambia today is around $243. The median Black income in the US is $46K. (you can do your your own study of median vs mean,) Suffice to say, Blacks in the US are far better off that Blacks in Gambia.
Would the majority of Blacks in the US prefer that their ancestors had stayed in Gambia and they were there now? Was it worth the cost in the past to achieve what they have today?
Those are difficult questions like "Was the Reformation good or bad?", "Should we have dropped the A-bomb on Japan?", etc
Another good question is -- "What is the border between misinformation and lying?"
If you are a Democrat like Kamala, there is nothing misleading here, move along.
If a Republican does something similar, it is a LIE, and will be repeated ad nauseum as a LIE!