The MSNBC host called GOP pollster Frank Luntz a “BS grifter who apparently thinks we live in North Korea."
“Is it socialism when Frank Luntz is publicly owned?” joked one wag on Twitter.
“They should run against each other, even though legally she can’t," Frank Luntz said.
Ironically, some of the same fears that helped Trump win in 2016 could deliver the Democratic nomination to the Vermont senator, the GOP pollster says.
"'This way of life' where teachers spend their own money to supply classrooms and you need to beg on the internet when your kid gets cancer?" one Twitter user responded to the Fox News host.
Republican pollster Frank Luntz didn’t mince his words on Fox News when discussing his dire forecast for his party in the midterms.
"The Republicans are in deep trouble."
They want Mitt Romney to ride in on a white horse and rescue them.
Communicating climate change is hard. Debunking climate myths is even harder. Take it from me, I've spent the last decade researching climate communication and the psychology of misinformation. So let me express my expert opinion on a Jimmy Kimmel comedy segment on climate change.
When organized big business groups pour resources into blocking paid family and medical leave, paid sick days, a higher minimum wage, and other worker friendly policies, they are pursuing a policy agenda that many of the businesses they claim to represent do not support.