Former DNC Chair Howard Dean Suggests There’s No Place For Pro-Life Millennials In Democratic Party

Have all Democrats gone insane? Now is a time where they need to increase their ranks more than ever. Instead, they keep throwing up roadblocks for anyone who might be interested in joining them.

Howard Dean is the former chair of the DNC. Yet he’s now saying that young people who are pro-life aren’t welcome in the Democratic Party.

Way to build a big tent, Howard.

The Washington Times reported:

Howard Dean, former DNC chairman, suggests Democratic Party no place for pro-life millennials

In a recent interview on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” former Democratic National Committee chairman Howard Dean suggested that pro-life Americans are unwelcome in the party because the younger voters that Democrats need to energize are concerned with “social justice,” reported Tuesday.

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During a March 2 segment of the program, MSNBC anchor Joe Scarborough held out former Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear — who gave the official Democratic response to President Trump’s address to Congress — as a model centrist Democrat whom Republicans used to have trouble defeating in much of the country…

“Can the Democratic Party ever have a big enough tent to have people who were progressive on economic issues and conservative on social issues in their party again?” he asked Mr. Dean.

“No. Because the young generation isn’t that way,” Mr. Dean, a former Vermont governor replied. “I think the old left/right is an anachronism. It exists in Washington. It exists in the media. Young people don’t think that way.

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