The Democratic Party Has a Fatal Misunderstanding of the QAnon Phenomenon, Osita Nwanevu, staff writer, The New Republic.
We are smarter than they are or at least better educated or are we?
Commenter Dale Coberly: I am offering this post to AB because I have seen a great deal of “us smart, them dumb” in comments. I might agree with part of that, but it’s bad politics and dangerous self-deception. Rather than just post a “read this” with link in comments, I thought AB readers deserved a longer look at it, and the author is a better writer than I am.
Their belief that this surreal conspiracy has arisen because of the poor education of its adherents is based in classism, not reality.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee intends to focus on QAnon in its messaging, ahead of the 2022 midterms, in the hopes that [this] will push more people away from the GOP. DCCC Chair Sean Patrick Maloney:
“They can do QAnon, or they can do college-educated voters. They cannot do both.”