The overwhelming majority of Americans and many (if not most) Democrats understand the perils of a socialist economic system and government. Why then do Democrats allow a select few (you know who they are) in their party who support socialistic policy proposals to attract a disproportionately high volume of headlines?
Several Democratic representatives highlighted their party’s problem with being viewed as increasingly socialist. They put it bluntly to the New York Times.
— Josh Kraushaar (@HotlineJosh) November 15, 2020
Those highlighted paragraphs are quite telling.
“The average white person may associate socialism with Nordic countries, but to Asian and Hispanic migrants it recalls despotic left-wing regimes.” https://t.co/yEV6GiOSkB
— Frank Luntz (@FrankLuntz) November 15, 2020
— Destroyer of Bad Takes Hulk (@_Credible_Hulk) November 15, 2020
— David M. Drucker (@DavidMDrucker) November 15, 2020
This is 100% true. https://t.co/WNp7pG9VEH
— Matt Brush ?? (@MattBrush2) November 15, 2020
The question is whether Democrats as a whole will acknowledge their socialism problem or continue to gravitate toward those on the extreme Left.
Yep. We got killed over this.
News flash: The rest of America isn't western Queens or the Bronx.
Democrats have to fight on turf everywhere to be a true majority party.
It doesn't matter if we win Minneapolis with 80 percent if we cannot win Charleston with 50 percent. https://t.co/mphUoADgyO
— Russell Drew (@RussOnPolitics) November 15, 2020
Heed their advice. https://t.co/zhazP6cLMS
— Andras Baneth (@andrasbaneth) November 15, 2020
The recent election revealed a lot of things. That the United States is trending toward becoming a socialist nation was not one of them.
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