Brad Parscale: We Lost the Suburbs Because They Wanted a President Who Had Public Empathy over Covid

‘I think if he would have been publicly empathetic, he would have won by a landslide’


PARSCALE: “One, two percent, we lost suburban families, right? The men and women in the suburbs. Philly suburbs, Atlanta suburbs. I think that goes to one thing. And I think it was the decision on Covid to go for opening the economy versus public empathy. And I think a young family with a young child who were scared to take them back to school, wanted to see an empathetic president. And an empathetic Republican Party. And I think that — and I said this multiple times — he chose a different path. And I don’t think he was wrong with this, I love him, but we had a difference on this. I thought we should have public empathy. I think people were scared. I walked around people and watched people walk around me, not like two years ago and they just walked next to me because I’m Brad Parscale, but walk around me because I got a mask on now and they don’t want to catch Covid. I can see how waitresses stand a little farther from the table. People are scared. And I think if he would have been publicly empathetic, he would have won by a landslide. He could have leaned into it instead of run away from it.”

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