Classic movie nudge
There was an article recently that mentioned one party's selflessness in choosing policy over power, if I'm paraphrasing that correctly. That should sound something like "if this policy we put forward isn't something you like enough to vote for, we'll scrap it no matter how popular it makes us." So why does Dorian's example sound like "if this policy we put forward isn't something you like enough to vote for, we never endorsed it in the first place?" No, gaslighter, that's an example of discarding unpopular policy to hold on to power. That's what Dorian chose over what's right, and it helps to know that I don't have to vote that way.
In other news that caught my eye:
Reading the headline prompted the thought that this search was prompted in part by trials during the incumbent's administration. Reading the article supported that thought.