No one was expecting the Democrats to praise the Republican National Convention, but some of their criticism of the event doesn't jibe with a reality that was acknowledged even by a CNN anchor.
"Trump’s chaotic convention highlights the failed leadership of the GOP in the White House and the Senate," the Democrats tweeted. "They oversaw a failed pandemic response and sat on their hands as families cried out for relief."
Trump’s chaotic convention highlights the failed leadership of the GOP in the White House and the Senate. They oversaw a failed pandemic response and sat on their hands as families cried out for relief.— The Democrats (@TheDemocrats) August 25, 2020
We need to vote them out.
Make your plan to vote. https://t.co/ZKn8fJEh9z
Chaotic? Let's go over to CNN's Wolf Blitzer, who described it as "well-produced" and "very efficient."
CNN’s Wolf Blitzer: the Republican National Convention has been “well-produced, very efficient” pic.twitter.com/ruK9jS59zO— Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) August 25, 2020
After ranting that the RNC's first night was "apocalyptic, nihilistic and at many times dishonest," MSNBC's S.E. Cupp also admitted the event was "well produced and highly effective."
Yep that Tim Scott is a real nihilist. Give me a break. https://t.co/9buVKUQnRw— John Feehery (@JohnFeehery) August 25, 2020
Members of the Trump campaign also highlighted other strange criticism, such as The Washington Post denouncing the fact that the speakers agreed with the president about Democrats.