NY Times Warns Dems “Relatively Meager Digital Efforts” Pale in Comparison To Trump Campaign’s

In an apparent effort to sound alarm bells for the Democrat party, the NY Times wrote in a tweet that:

Donald Trump’s campaign has flooded social media with ads that fire up his base and win on platforms where algorithms favor outrage and political campaigns are free to disregard facts, while Democrats’ relatively meager digital efforts pale in comparison.

The NY Times tweet stream continues:

Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign took advantage of platforms that reward narrowly targeted — and, arguably, nastier — messages. His 2020 campaign, flush with cash, is poised to dominate online again, according to experts on both ends of the political spectrum.

Hats, shirts and other gear are all part of a sophisticated digital marketing effort led by Brad Parscale, Donald Trump’s campaign manager. Targeted ads and merchandise yield data, along with cash and, of course, walking campaign billboards.

Democrats’ early adoption of digital campaign strategies helped elect Barack Obama in 2008, but Democratic consultants and experts revealed a party deeply hesitant to match the Trump campaign’s intense and often angry partisan approach.

Trump Campaign manager Brad Parscale tweeted the article with his own angle:

We have revolutionized digital for the Republican Party and . Record fundraising, record prospecting, record voter contact, and record reach. Even the can not match our reach.

This article was written by the staff of TheConservativeOpinion.com 

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