“The average American cares about what affects their wallet, their children, and the people around them, their friends, their family, their jobs.
They don’t care about some monument, they don’t care about something getting tore down, they don’t really care about our livelihoods getting tore down now, we may think a central problem is the opposition. But the central problem ism is within our own ideology. We need to figure out how to appeal to people and populism is that way.”
Kenny Cody returns to help guide candidates towards the issues their voters care about.