Yes means no

This, in a nutshell, seems to explain the essence of Trump’s success:

If a large – sorry, yuge – portion of the country wants existing bipartisan immigration laws to be enforced, and one party tells them “Yes,” but means “No,” and the other party tells them, “No” but means “You’re a racist,” then it’s only a matter of time before some disruptor is going to emerge to call them out for their game.

Exit question: given that YES means NO, tie the above to “YES means YES“. Bonus points for correct usage of that term for a certain kind of conservative we sought in the previous post.

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