Video reprises 1964 scaremongering of LBJ's nuclear explosionPublished: 18 hours ago
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It worked back in 1964 for Lyndon Johnson, so why wouldn’t it work for Hillary Clinton in 2016, more than half a century later?
Scaremongering, that is. Which Merriam-Webster defines as raising or exciting alarms “especially needlessly.”
It comes in a Hillary Clinton television ad that has raised the eyebrows of Myra Adams, a WND contributor, in her new column at BizPacReview.
“This new ad raised my political antennae because its message was eerily familiar. The commercial channeled the same voter fears that resulted in one of the greatest Democratic presidential landslides in American history. I immediately recognized that Hillary was ‘planting daisies.'”
She cited the 1964 campaign ad known as “Daisy.”
“It is a lasting legacy of the 1964 campaign waged between Democrat President Lyndon B. Johnson (LBJ) and the Republican nominee, Arizona’s U.S. Sen. Barry Goldwater. The ad contributed to LBJ’s landslide victory by subtly branding Goldwater as a nuclear warmonger. It was an image Goldwater could not shake,” Adams wrote.
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