August 21, 2016

PROFILING’S BAD — EXCEPT WHEN DEMOCRATS DO IT! Feingold campaign outs an infiltrator by profiling her.

A young Republican attempted to infiltrate the Russ Feingold campaign but was quickly discovered. The reason she first raised suspicion, however, appeared to be due to profiling.

The Feingold campaign began suspecting that Allison “Moss” (real name Allison Maass) was not sincere in her attempt to volunteer for the former senator because, according to Huffington Post, she “was blonde and drove a big white pickup truck.”

So there are no blondes working for the Feingold campaign? And no one on the campaign drives a truck? Those are some strange suspicions, and one can imagine the outrage if Feingold’s opponent, incumbent Sen. Ron Johnson, caught an infiltrator by making assumptions about the way his supporters looked.

When Republicans do it, it’s stereotyping and profiling. When Democrats do it, it’s savvy cultural literacy!

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