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Democrats Moving To Steal Nomination From Bernie again!

Democrats Moving To Steal Nomination From Bernie again!

Some of us may find the fact that Bernie supports socialism as a terrible thing, I am not sure if I would go terrible, just the stupidity of supporting a system that has only failed seems rather silly. But this is not the big story, with socialism pushed in colleges today, the youth in the DNC has grown to support Bernie, seeing he may win the DNC is making moves to ensure he is not the nominee.

The appeal to the youth of a guaranteed wage, of having their student loans paid off, to see money stripped from billionaires and given to people who did not earn money is appealing to them. Most have not yet to this point had to make their wage.

With this steeped in our socialist leaders, Bernie and Warren. Warren surged at first, but due to her constant lies, soon lost popularity, now is sagging in the polls, her campaign is on life support. Bernie, on the other hand, has been the slow and steady candidate, has seen a gradual rise in his numbers, but without hiccups has not seen the steep slide others have seen.

Bernie now is leading in many of the polls; the Democrats are starting to panic, they know if Sanders wins the nomination they will lose the middle of America, without the swing voters, they have no chance of winning the election, they are now looking to fix this. Mark my words, as I have said since Bloomberg entered the race, Bernie will not win the Democrat nomination, this will be a fight between Bloomberg and Trump come election time.

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Many reading this as a Conservative Republican, or a Trump supporter may wonder, ‘Why should I be worried about this, there is a good reason to keep an eye on this,’ the reason this is important is the reaction of Bernie supporters in the 2016 election.

In 2016 many of his supporters were so disenfranchised by the moves Clinton and DNC made to ensure Sanders did not win the election, the chose to either not vote in protest, many turned and voted for Trump. The numbers of Sanders supporters have grown, how do you think they are going to react if they see their will thwarted twice?

There are always fissures and cracks in both parties, we see this within the GOP with traditional conservative Republicans, and the new Trump followers, the Center-Right with elements of the old conservative within them, but these are more cracks, they are not full-blown fissures that are threatening to divide the party.

The Democrats are looking at a possibility of a full-blown fissure, one that could divide the party as the new activist progressive Democrats are set against the old Democrats, each seeking to take control of the party.

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As with most youth movements, the patience is not with the youth; they demand gratification now. Thus you see people like AOC, Ilhan, Rashida, and others requiring a change now within the DNC to push it more towards the radical left. Many of the more established Democrats are resisting this. With good reason, they know the majority of this nation is slightly right or left of center; you move to the radical left or right, you lose the majority of Americans.

This divide is at the current time being held in check by the Democratic leadership. Still, one has to wonder, with people like AOC saying she will not contribute to old-style Democrats, others are continually bringing issues for the DNC with their antisemitic attacks and outright stupid statements, how long can Nancy hold this increasingly hostile group within her party at bay?

If the Democrats do this again to Bernie you will once more see mass defection from the party, due to a time restraint there will be no time to set up a viable third party, but you could see such a thing rising in 2022 or 2024.

Any divide is further going to weaken the left, their only chance of winning against Trump is with a unified front, but if they start the contest with a division before it even started, this will ensure Trump and the GOP see considerable gains in the 2020 election.

About The Author

Timothy Benton

Student of history, a journalist for the last 2 years. Specialize in Middle East History, more specifically modern history with the Israeli Palestinian conflict. Also, a political commentator has been a lifetime fan of politics.

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