The more we learned, the more angry we got. ... The folks that were angry about this started a recall... Not hundreds, not thousands, but tens of thousands of ordinary people did an extraordinary thing. They stood up and took their government back. ... It was at that moment I realized the real emotion on display...wasn't just about anger. Y'see, if it had been about anger, it would have been about people checking out, or moving out, or giving up. But instead what happened was really amazing. You saw people standing up shoulder to shoulder, neighbor to neighbor, and saying, "We want our government back." And in doing so, the real emotion on display was about hope.
A hollow, partisan shill. Who could have suspected?