Rosenberg incendiary politics definition: People who make accusations that are either wrong or fabricated, usually based on an opinion lacking any credible evidence.
There are times when they know their statements are false, but they are made anyway. This is nothing short of propaganda. When these incendiary statements are made, it is out there for everyone to see. It can be in the newspaper or on the Houston TV news or social media. This seems to be the standard operating procedures for some people.
It seems that their opinion trumps any actual evidence. If people would stand on their own merits, you would not have to use Rosenberg incendiary politics. If people would just act civil, you may have more people run for public office.
It seems these attacks detour people from seeking public office in fear the blowback from the kind of people who practice this tactic.
Incendiary politics has turned almost all levels of politics into a greasy pole.
I hope one day, people will stand on their own merits and not have to bring down another so they can rise.
Steve De Gregorio