Negative constructions are employed to highlight what the current administration is doing incorrectly
Negative constructions are employed to highlight what the current administration is doing incorrectly, allowing the audience to infer that the speaker would do just the opposite without the speaker having to promise anything. Sometimes solutions to very grandiose problems can be made to seem quite simply solved with this tactic, All that these statements actually say, however, is that something was not fixed, and though they imply that the speaker holds a solution, they do not reveal one.
Voting for the speech producer and his party – this is the pre-planned perlocutionary effect of pre-election propaganda speeches – is the kind of some distant perlocutionary effect of a manipulative message. It is achieved (or not achieved) in some period of time after the speech is delivered and in the speech producer’s absence.