When GOPOTUS hopefuls start parroting about whatever displeases them being reflective of a left-wing agenda, it rings old bells.
Here's an example, from a fascinating story on what happened to the man who shot George Wallace in 1972:
Bremer also turned up on a Nixon White House tape released in 1997. The president wanted to cast suspicion for the crime on McGovern supporters.
“Is he [Bremer] a left-winger or a right-winger?” Nixon asked White House hatchet man and special counsel Charles Colson on the night of the shooting.
“Well, he’s going to be a left-winger by the time we get through, I think,” Colson said.“Good,” Nixon said, chuckling. “Keep at that. Keep at that.”