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Why The Democrats Are Going To Lose “Bigly” In 2020

Why The Democrats Are Going To Lose “Bigly” In 2020

Coming out of the first two days of the Democratic debates, it is sad when even the left agrees with this; many are saying that no one is going to have a prayer against Trump out of the current crop of candidates.

But there is more; current polling shows that the majority of Americans say that Democrats stand for nothing, all they have for a platform is an anti-Trump message, that seems to be all that is perceived that they have at this point.

The problem with this is that the message the left is giving; it is not listened to; all people perceive they stand for is doing whatever they must to remove Trump.

While this may sit well with their followers on the extreme left, the majority of Americans are far more concerned about how they are doing, their security, and if they are better off today, then they were four years ago. Polling shows that the majority of Americans want something done with our southern border, but what they want is not to allow unrestricted illegal migration to this nation, they want them to be sent back home.

But there is even more; the left is not listening to the people any longer, this was pointed out in the article yesterday, HOW THE DEMOCRATS FORGOT THE PUBLIC IN THEIR DEBATE. Polling shows that the majority of Americans want something done with our southern border, but what they want is not to allow unrestricted illegal migration to this nation, they want them to be sent back home.

Where is a issue is the GOP has moved from what would be considered in the middle of the Right to center-right, they have moved more towards the center. While Trump has been in office, you see more a centralist ideology with the GOP; they are sitting right in the grey area. The DNC though has moved towards the far left, and are sliding more towards the extreme every day.

This is the exact reason why the left has lost more seats on state houses and the US Congress over the last ten years that has been seen since the civil war; they have slid more towards the far left while the majority of Americans are in the center.

Nancy Pelosi no longer is running the party, a Democrat that is more to the left then a centrist, she was still seen as a moderate like Biden is, yet they are now seeing the youth in the party reject them. Now, leaders to appease to the more radical socialist members in their party, which are still very much minority, they are changing to suit them, this is going to come back to haunt them in a terrible way come the election.

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Where is a issue is the GOP has moved from what would be considered in the middle of the Right to center-right, they have moved more towards the center. While Trump has been in office, you see more a centralist ideology with the GOP; they are sitting right in the grey area. The DNC though has moved towards the far left, and are sliding more towards the extreme every day.

This is the exact reason why the left has lost more seats on state houses and the US Congress over the last ten years that has been seen since the civil war; they have slid more towards the far left while the majority of Americans are in the center.

Nancy Pelosi no longer is running the party, a Democrat that is more to the left then a centrist, she was still seen as a moderate like Biden is, yet they are now seeing the youth in the party reject them,

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When I was younger, I used to say that I would have loved to see a way to combine the two parties, ‘take what is best out of both of them. Today, I want nothing to do with combining what’s left of the Left with the GOP. They are so entrenched; they will accept nothing less than a total surrender to their ideology, the old DNC is dead, welcome to the new one.

The democrat party, the one that used to fight for American social justice, the party of Kennedy, Truman, and Johnson is gone, what is here today, I am afraid if these three presidents came back, they would call them radicals and run them out. The party we knew from the past is dead, what we have today bears no resemblance to the party of old, other than sharing the same name.

About The Author

Timothy Benton

Student of history, a journalist for the last 2 years. Specialize in Middle East History, more specifically modern history with the Israeli Palestinian conflict. Also, a political commentator has been a lifetime fan of politics.

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