Early in the 2020 election cycle when liberal presidential candidates began crawling out of the woodwork, traditionally blue voters were confused. Their side of the playing field was overcrowded with hand-raisers, all screaming “pick me.”
While most of the hopefuls expressed similar ideas to clearly display their lack of sensibility or American values, the two wildest of the buffoons were in actuality, and intentionally, building their respective cult followings. And now, as should have been expected, the two have joined forces by raising fists in solidarity.
Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren are swinging their collective hammers and sickles in unity, higher than ever before. In their feeble minds, they’ve created a growing movement of lazy slugs who favor having free stuff handed to them than to have to work for anything. That’s not how any of this works. But you know this…
With the Democrats are now stuck with the old-timer their party shoved up their orifices, grandpa Joe is already saying he wants nothing to do with either one of the fire-breathing socialists. So at least that’s something to be thankful for. And the rest of the party adamantly agrees.
Some of the higher-ups in the Dem party have become loudly vocal with their suggestions of who Biden should appoint to his cabinets. But they’re screaming even louder about who he better not appoint.
They believe that off-the-chart left-wingers like Sanders and Warren have no place in the party. They contend how the pair would prove damaging to their own future political careers. If they want to play like make-believe hipsters let them start their own party.
Democratic Rep. Gerry Connolly told Politico, “The Biden administration has to be a lot more sensible of where you come from if you’re looking at members of Congress. We cannot afford to put any seats in jeopardy.”
Even with Joe Biden holding no official claim to the Oval Office, the party of liberal losers is already cracking like Humpty Dumpty. In a recent leaked conference call following the election, Congresswoman Abigail Spanberger (D-VA), held nothing back when she blasted the hard left for supporting socialism with their cries of defunding the police.
“No one should say ‘defund the police’ ever again,” Spanberger warned. “Nobody should be talking about socialism.” Other Democrats on the call held the same opinion, fearing how any socialist rhetoric could prove devastating.
The Daily Wire reported, “Spanberger, who represents a historically red district in Virginia, reportedly warned others on the phone call about the effects open radicalism would have in the 2022 congressional midterm elections. She said that Democrats would ‘get f****** torn apart’ should the party continue in that direction and called the 2020 House election results a ‘failure’ for them.”
Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI), and other hardline lefties, such as her bestie AOC, have not taken kindly to the newfound snobbery from within their own party. They’re no longer going to be poster-children. While Tlaib sees this is as a way to silence her and her largely immigrant pack of voters, AOC is warning the party how they better listen up and conform. Or else!
“We’re not going to be successful if we’re silencing districts like mine,” Tlaib said. “Me not being able to speak on behalf of many of my neighbors right now, many of which are black neighbors, means me being silenced. I can’t be silent.”
“We are not interested in unity that asks people to sacrifice their freedom and their rights any longer. And if we truly want to unify our country, we have to really respect every single voice. We say that so willingly when we talk about Trump supporters, but we don’t say that willingly for my black and brown neighbors and from LGBTQ neighbors or marginalized people.”
So while votes continue to be counted, and the race has not even been officially called, the Democrats are already giving us a taste of what we’re in for should the cards stack in Biden’s favor. And it gives us an even better indication of what Joe-Joe is in for from within his own party.
Best of luck, dude. You’re gonna need it.