Media sees opposition to Democrats' bad policies as 'divisive'

NY Times:

Avoiding Trump, but Adopting His Divisive Playbook: Will It Work in Virginia?

A racially tinged campaign by the Republican nominee for governor, Ed Gillespie, has tightened the race and, perhaps, presented a template for how to run in the Trump era.
Actually, it was groups who support the Democrat candidate that used the most divisive ad in the campaign suggesting that Republicans who oppose sanctuary cities would run over Hispanic and Muslim children.  They pulled the ad after a real Muslim ran over bikers in New York. 

Opposition to sanctuary cities is around 80 percent in most polls, so campaigning on that issue is anything but divisive.  Democrats just do not like to be confronted about their unpopular policies.


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