a person, especially an orator or political leader, who gains power and popularity by arousing the emotions, passions, and prejudices of the people.
to treat or manipulate (a political issue) in the manner of a demagogue; obscure or distort with emotionalism, prejudice, etc.
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verb (used without object)
In a sweeping pep talk at the Conservative Political Action Conference, Ms. Palin, a former governor of Alaska and Republican vice-presidential nominee, attacked President Obama and the Beltway Republican groups that are promoting traditional candidates over insurgents in Republican primaries.
“More background checks?” she asked, railing against new gun control proposals offered by Democrats in Congress. “Dandy idea, Mr. President. Should’ve started with yours.”
Brilliant comedic insights like that frequently brought this crowd of conservative dullards to its feet, as did a dramatic sip from a Big Gulp cup, to mock Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg’s proposed ban on soda cups bigger than 16 ounces in New York.
Despite her exit from electoral politics after the 2008 presidential election during which she was John McCain’s running mate, Ms. Palin has an enduring type of influence within the conservative movement. Many of its upstart office holders credit her with their success. They include Senator Ted Cruz of Texas, another out of touch redneck christian conservative from Texas who introduced Ms. Palin hours before he delivered the keynote address.