Jesse Reminds Everyone of an “Old Tactic” Conservatives Should Resurrect to Use Against The Left

The left is tough.


These commies are shameless and they’re in it to win it, and they don’t care about anything other than power and winning.

And the right, who overall are good decent people, aren’t used to fighting commies like this, and clearly, our old tactics didn’t work.

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So, we need to change our mindset – and we need to get back to the basics.

And that’s where Jesse Watters comes in….he said there’s an old tactic out there that conservatives need to start using against the left.

Breitbart reported that Jesse said, “When I was in my 20’s, I was unleashed onto the country, and I had to stick mics in bad guys’ faces. We don’t do that anymore.

Watters made the comments to Breitbart News editor-in-chief Alex Marlow at Turning Point USA’s annual Student Action Summit in Tampa, Florida.


“We used to hold people to account — sex offenders who were getting soft sentences from judges, politicians who were lying — we used to run up to them in their driveway and say, ‘Hey, how do you account for that?’ and that put the fear of God in these people,” he added.

“We need to start doing that more, either undercover video, undercover audio, or just renegade journalism,” Watters said. “I’d like to get back to that.”

As for which issues the Fox News host believes are most important to the American people right now, Watters said that addressing the problems surrounding Critical Race Theory, inflation, the U.S. border, and rising crime will be the “four components that are going to mobilize Republicans to take back the House and the Senate.”

“I think that’s going to motivate a lot of people to go out and turn out for Republicans,” he said.

Jesse’s right.

It’s a helluva lot harder for a judge or politician to make these outrageous moves and decisions when they know someone with a mic and a camera could be showing up in their driveway.

That’s a heck of a lot more persuasive than just tweeting at them.


Not that social media shaming isn’t helpful, it is, and it does move the needle, but we need more.

A lot more.

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