If there’s one thing the Democrat debates have shown us so far, it’s that Dems are angry and have a very negative outlook about America and their fellow citizens.
Tucker Carlson did an outstanding job of pointing this out during a monologue on his show this week.
Here’s a partial transcript via FOX News:
Dems haven’t learned any lessons from 2016 – and are on track to lose again in 2020
Four years ago, Democrats came up with a new and untested political theory: They could win the White House, their strategist promised, if only they called enough people racist.
That was the plan. Hillary Clinton, for one, thought it was brilliant. By Election Day, she had denounced fully half the country as bigots.
In the end, it did not work. Maybe not surprisingly, it turns out that when you tell people you hate them, they don’t care for it. What voters strongly prefer, actually, is when you try to improve their lives.
It’s not complicated. And yet somehow — and this is the remarkable part, if you think about it — Democrats have in the three years since they lost, steadfastly refused to learn this lesson. Improve people’s lives? They’ll tell you. “No, thanks.”
They think their job is to improve people. They think voters are disgusting and immoral. They want to force them to be half as virtuous as they are. For the second election cycle in a row, that is the Democratic message: You’re disgusting. Try to be as good as we are…
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Can any of these candidates win a general election? At this point, no. They can’t. They’re not impressive enough. Joe Biden was the party’s one real hope. And after last night, it seems pretty clear — conclusively clear, really — that Uncle Joe is heading for a well-deserved retirement.
Watch the video:
That’s an outstanding analysis.
It’s not hard to figure out why Democrats haven’t learned the lessons of 2016.
After all, they still haven’t even accepted the results.
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