The Party’s Over: Why Democrats Remain in Denial

The Party’s Over: Why Democrats Remain in Denial

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Last call there Nancy.

Four months after the 2016 Election, Democrats refuse to let go of the fable that Russian operatives and hackers influenced the presidential election.

Despite presenting no proof to their claims – even with the help of the Deep State – Democrat Senators like Chuck Schumer continue to step in front of cameras each day to imply the election was stolen from Hillary Clinton by evil ole Vlad Putin.

The real reason for their loss is far more disturbing and something they refuse to admit.

Since the success of the Bill Clinton’s 1992 presidential campaign, Democrats have relied on a cobbled together base of support from minority groups.

Their premise was based on Clinton’s outreach to the gay community, Hispanics, African Americans, and even Orientals (with the help of the Chinese Government).

Basically, Bill and Hillary catered to the interests of just about any minority group based upon race, religion, creed, sexual preference, social status or disability.

The method worked in 1992 – because it was a three-way race between George H.W. Bush, Ross Perot, and Bill Clinton.

Perot took 19% of the vote leaving the Electoral College to be decided by an automatic minority of popular vote.

Bill Clinton won the race with only 43% of the vote, one of the lowest percentages in history.

But Democrats can’t be labeled as “bright” as they tried to apply their 43% minority strategy to all future races.

And that’s when “Identity Politics” was born.

When Democrats began losing races, they doubled down on their strategy and created new minority groups such as “gender fluids” and created further divides within women.

While liberals try to label Donald Trump and his supporters as “racists” the true racists and “phobites” where the Democrats that were furthering tension and divide between any minority group and mainstream America.

The result was inevitable . . . backlash.

Rather than fall for the con and become a Snowflake, Americans did the opposite and bonded together to resist the ridiculous culture created and fostered by the Democrat establishment.

Today, we’re seeing the twilight of the Democrat Party. They have long been devoid of issues that didn’t rely on government handouts and instead based their election strategies on division.

So rather than attempt to govern as, at least, an opposition party, they pull out conspiracy theories that allows them to keep their head in the sand to the reality that their party is over.

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