Andrey (azangru) wrote,

Examples of this usage are countless (there was a fantastic montage of numerous cable news anchors repeating identical phrases including "this is extremely dangerous to our democracy"), but if a scholar were tasked to provide a linguistic commentary on this utterance, how would he explain the phrase "a threat to our democracy"? What does it mean?

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