Democrat Civil War Breaks Out

First, they lost the comedians. They allowed the humor to suffer because of the politics. You should never do that. Late-night television developed sentimental charms. An Englishman would spend thirty minutes on Comedy Central lecturing about how foolish Americans are. Laughter gave way to “clapter.” The point becomes the message. And comedians like Dave Chappelle, Bill Burr, and Shane Gillis rebelled.

But more and more these days, progressive politics are getting in the way. A primary priority is public safety. Chicago, Manhattan, and Boston are experiencing the everyday effects of illegal immigration. Thankfully, the public’s perception of transitioning children is now beginning to decline.

Panic is contagious, fear permeates the air, and party discipline is creaking, if not quite cracking.

Regarding their chances of winning, Democrats are extremely concerned. A party well-known for its composure and discipline in debates and on the floor, as well as in Twitter altercations, is breaking apart.

Squad member Jamaal Bowman of New York was Hillary Clinton’s primary opponent against the sitting Democratic congressman. The argument is that endorsements don’t always have the same influence as people think they do. The obvious hostility from the party’s previous leader against a sitting left-wing congressman is what’s important to note.

This Thursday’s piece in the non-traditional, anti-groupthink British journal UnHerd finally brought attention to the clear issue that Vermont’s longtime “independent” senator and front-runner in the presidential race, Bernie Sanders, is facing. Titled “Bernie Sanders has lost Vermont,” the article describes the loss of the working class and the widening rifts in the most racially divided state in the union.

It was inevitable. The eccentric elderly man was formerly a colorblind socialist who supported the gun culture in his state and held some more libertarian beliefs. In the new Democratic Party, progressivism is not acceptable. By the 2020 primary, he had received the directive and was following the script.

And in all of this, where is Joe Biden? Joe Biden is leaving the stage, his gaze vacant, and his demeanor suggestive of fragility. Despite the White House’s ability to deny it, the situation is undeniable. Panic is contagious, fear permeates the air, and party discipline is creaking, if not quite cracking.

The CEOs of Nasdaq, Citigroup, American Express, Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Apple’s Tim Cook, JPMorgan Chase’s Jamie Dimon, and over seventy other prominent corporate figures who had previously rejected him met with Trump last week in Washington, D.C. He got a warm reception.

According to 538’s election forecast, Trump overtook Biden on Friday.

While the outcome remains uncertain, you can expect the internal Democratic Party strife to escalate into a full-blown brawl if Trump wins in November. Jackson and Jefferson’s party is on the verge of civil war.

Author: Scott Dowdy

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