How the GOP uses “dangerous” words

Invading Borders to Treat Children: How the GOP Uses ‘Dangerous’ Words

Experts see a disturbing pattern between a series of violent incidents across the country and an increase in “dangerous” language from Republican candidates and sitting members of Congress.

  • The language pushed by GOP politicians has also been repeated by those who commit crimes
  • A person who has been following political ads since 2018 says the ‘dangerous language’ is ‘much worse’ this year
  • Republicans pushed ‘invasion’ language days after racially motivated mass shooting in Buffalo
  • GOP continues to share ‘disturbing’ language as Homeland Security warns of rising threats

WASHINGTON — A number of GOP candidates have spent hundreds of millions on ads this campaign season to push replacement theories and other racist conspiracies, while also targeting other Republicans who don’t fit the base. ‘far right.

During the 2022 midterm cycle, more than 2,700 ads ran on TV and social media focusing on racist tropes, according to a compilation by America’s Voice, a progressive advocacy group. ‘immigration.

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