This is how not to win elections:
How Chaos in Kenosha Is Already Swaying Some Voters in Wisconsin
As residents see fires and looting, some worry that local Democratic leaders are failing to keep control of the situation.
The unrest in faraway places like Portland, Ore., and Minneapolis had arrived at his doorstep, after a white police officer on Sunday shot a Black man in the back multiple times. And after feeling "100 percent on the fence" about who he will vote for in November, he is increasingly nervous that Democratic state leaders seem unable to contain the spiraling crisis.
"It's crazy that it's now happening in my home city," he said. "We have to have a serious conversation about what are we going to do about it. It doesn't seem like the powers that be want to do much."
The politically calculated warnings of President Trump and the Republican Party about chaos enveloping America should Democrats win in November are reverberating among some people in Kenosha, a small city in the southeast corner of one of the most critical states in this election, where protests have raged for a number of increasingly combustible nights.
And some Democrats, nervous about condemning the looting because they said they understood the rage behind it (???? - really?), worried that what was happening in their town might backfire and aid the president's re-election prospects.
... On Wednesday night, in response to the shooting, athletes from the N.B.A., W.N.B.A., Major League Baseball and Major League Soccer refused to participate in games. (???? - and this does what and helps how?)
So, "Yes, your business, lifetime of work and your savings are gone in smoke, and you are up to your neck in debt, but you gotta undestand the rage... as I do." and These athletes, they are well paid to entertain you, but come on, man, they feel your pain and everybody's pain and they stand up against brutality, so that's why your previously scheduled break from repeatedly watching the "news" about brutality has been cancelled."
Yep, that's how you lose the elections, or at least make them closer than they ever should have been and give rise to charges of "rigging" or "fraud."