It’s no secret that the Democrats have issues. But the parties’ biggest problem is something its leaders don’t even know how to fix — and it’s going to get President Donald Trump re-elected.
A trend in recent polls showed that former Vice President Joe Biden, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-V.T., and former congressman Beto O’Rourke, respectively, are leading the polls.
This would sound like good news for the Democrats, as they desperately try to seek back the White House. But this trend isn’t okay for the party’s far-left — and they’re prepared to sabotage the whole thing.
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All three are white men — unacceptable in the age of Democratic identity politics.
After Hillary Clinton’s embarrassing loss in 2016, the Democrats’ sole focus (apart from their unhinged hatred of all things Trump) has been on identity politics. “Social justice for all,” the far-left calls it.
But Democrats in the establishment haven’t been preaching what they’ve been preaching to their core voters.
Social equality and the #MeToo movement have been spearheaded by a radically liberal base. In 2018, the number of Democratic women elected to the House made history.
Which is a problem, because early polling only leaves older, wealthy three white men atop the nomination for the Democratic party.
And it’s making their core voters increasingly upset.
“A few months ago, I imagined the top tier looking very different, especially after the 2018 midterm wins and the ‘Me Too’ movement,” One female Democratic strategist told The Hill. “It’s still early, but it is a little frustrating.”
However, Sens. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., Amy Klobuchar, D-M.N. and Elizabeth Warren, D-M.A. all have struggled to gain any traction since announcing their’ respective presidential runs.
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Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., is the only woman close to sniffing near the top of the polls.
Even the once-unknown Pete Buttigieg, mayor of South Bend, Ind., has caught a surge among Democratic voters and quickly eclipsed all the women in many early state polls.
It’s evidence of the hypocrisy of the Democratic Party, critics say. At the end of the day, the polls reflect the Democrats true values — and empowering women isn’t a priority, despite what their establishment tells voters.
So when the Democrats call everyone evil misogynists, it’s clear these far-left liberals have it all wrong.
Instead of pointing at others, perhaps they should take a hard look in the mirror.
The Horn editorial team