COLUMN: Tammy Bruce Explains Why The Liberal Establishment Is Collapsing

The Democratic Party is in free-fall. Their supporters offer daily reminders that they have no interest in learning from the mistakes of the past. What’s this all about?

Tammy Bruce explains in a recent column for the Washington Times:

Why the liberal establishment is collapsing

I didn’t watch the Academy Awards, but I sure enjoyed them — via Twitter. The collection of world-famous and super-rich liberals and leftists had one job, and they failed. The spectacular screwup of announcing the wrong winner for Best Picture wasn’t even the issue, or about one person making a mistake. Mistakes are made all the time.

In reality, this vignette of fools is a perfect illustration of why the liberal establishment is in collapse: hate-obsessing on something that contradicts their own self-reverential worldview, condemning them to perpetual distraction. The result is the inevitable crashing and burning.

In other words, Democrats and liberals have been driving drunk while texting for eight years. Swerving into the wrong lane, they crashed into oncoming traffic and sit, dazed and confused, wondering what happened. The few survivors crawl out of the clown car screaming at the innocent people they’ve harmed. After all, it’s never their fault, you see, it’s everyone else’s for daring to get in their way.

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Will Democrats ever reverse course and do the things they need to in order to win back voters?

Time will tell but it doesn’t look good right now.

 

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