Democrat Strategist James Carville Uses Assassination Metaphor While Discussing Trump on CNN

2024-03-22 08:00:59

Democrat strategist and former Bill Clinton staffer James Carville recently appeared on CNN and used an obvious reference to assassination to describe the strategy Biden should be using against Trump.

As you’ll see in the video posted below, both Carville and host Anderson Cooper knew exactly what he was referring to, and Cooper even smirked as they acknowledged this fact.

With one breath, Democrats and liberals in media tell you that they’re deeply concerned about Trump’s rhetoric. In the next breath, they’re chuckling about using lethal force against him.

FOX News reports:

Carville advises Biden to have others do his ‘wet work’ against Trump: ‘Take a guy out’

Democratic Party strategist James Carville said on Wednesday President Biden should let others do the “wet work” for him when it comes campaigning against former President Trump.

Wet work is often used as a euphemism for murder or assassination. The term alludes to spilling blood.

Carville appeared on CNN’s “Anderson Cooper 360” where he discussed Biden slamming Trump during a recent speech.

“You are a proponent of the president and all his spokespeople in the campaign doing that more and more,” Cooper said.

“Yeah, not so much him,” Carville responded. “I mean, to be candid, Anderson, President Biden is not the best attack politician I’ve ever seen in my life, and I’ll leave it at that. But there are a lot of people to do what I call ‘the wet work.’”

“Sounds like a mob hit,” Anderson quipped.

“Well, it’s kind of, but it’s paid TV and stuff like that. But yes, that’s a CIA term,” Carville said. “Take a guy out.”

They both knew exactly what was being said. Watch:

From the Merriam Webster Dictionary:

wet work

1 work involving water or wet substances

2 work involving murder or assassination

We just went through a week long news cycle over the media’s distortion of Trump’s use of the word ‘bloodbath.’ Trump was talking about the auto industry but the media, and the Biden campaign, deliberately took the word out of context to portray Trump as a dangerous demagogue.

James Carville’s comments on the other hand, will be ignored, because they don’t really care about rhetoric at all.

Featured image via Twitter video.


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