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These are the tools used by liberals, in a proposed order of priority:
- Deceit  (see also: Atheism and deception)
- Interrupting speakers 
- Holding conservatives to a higher standard than they hold themselves.
- Capturing and misleading youth.
- Using liberal euphemisms.
- Sowing division among conservatives, such as atheists complaining that one particular prayer might offend someone of another religion.
- Undermining religion.
- Misleading, "apples to oranges," statistics, or outdated ones, such as those used to support the "wage gap" myth
- Mocking conservative science.
- Portraying criminals and miscreants as being conservative when, in fact, they are not.
- Dismissing valid conservative criticism for no reason.
- Using the term "conservative" as a pejorative.
- Insisting on globalist terms and phrasing to the detriment of American English and meanings. This is an anti-American effort to promote "one-worldism."
- Never playing fair and seeking to change the rules whenever it doesn't suit them, such as demanding ending the Electoral College when they lose an election because of it, or court packing because they think the Supreme Court is too conservative.
- Liberals tried to interrupt Phyllis Schlafly from speaking when she was awarded an honorary degree at Washington University.
- By not allowing prayer in public school, liberals are undermining religion.
- Hollywood values capture youth and expose them to liberal values.
Please add to the list or adjust priorities, or add examples (as references) to illustrate how these liberal tools are used.
- Michael Reagan, People of Deceit, Townhall.com.
- Protesters Interrupt Bush at Independence Day Ceremony for New Citizens, Fox News, July 04, 2008
- At Columbia, Students Attack Minuteman Founder, Eliana Johnson, The New York Sun", October 5, 2006
- David Kupelian, How Ohio State University is marketing evil "Desensitization," these two gay marketing gurus tell us, consists of inundating the public in a "continuous flood of gay-related advertising, presented in the least offensive fashion possible. If straights can't shut off the shower, they may at least eventually get used to being wet." "The main thing," they confide, "is to talk about gayness until the issue becomes thoroughly tiresome," adding: "[S]eek desensitization and nothing more. … If you can get [straights] to think [homosexuality] is just another thing – meriting no more than a shrug of the shoulders – then your battle for legal and social rights is virtually won." See homosexual obsession.
- David Kupelian, How Ohio State University is marketing evil "Jamming," explains marketing expert Paul E. Rondeau of Regent University, in his comprehensive study "Selling Homosexuality to America," "is psychological terrorism meant to silence expression of or even support for dissenting opinion." Radio counselor Dr. Laura Schlessinger experienced big-time jamming during the run-up to her planned television show. Outraged over a single comment critical of homosexuals she had made on her radio program, activists launched a massive intimidation campaign against the television program's advertisers. As a result, the new show was stillborn.
- Jennifer Harper Liberals targeting radio hosts, The Washington Times", October 4, 2007.
- David Kupelian, How Ohio State University is marketing evil "We mean conversion of the average American’s emotions, mind, and will, through a planned psychological attack, in the form of propaganda fed to the nation via the media. We mean "subverting" the mechanism of prejudice to our own ends – using the very processes that made America hate us to turn their hatred into warm regard – whether they like it or not."
- Ellis, Jenna (July 6, 2018). When they lose, Democrats just want to change the rules. Washington Examiner. Retrieved July 7, 2018.