Kellyanne Castrates the Democrat Party, Obama Blames Fox to Crazy Discredited Magazine

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The Democrat party is old, outdated and doomed to failure because the members are clueless. The Progressives are regressives who want to bring us back into some 1880s style Marxist utopia. They even selected Minnesota radical Rep. Keith Ellison as the next leader of the Democrat National Committee. Ellison has met with radial Islamists and is a racist. He’s perfect! Keep it up Dems!

We kept hearing about their message. What is it? Obamacare? A borderless world comprised of countries with no identity or sovereignty? Dodd-Frank? Abolishing the First and Second Amendment through incrementalism? Identity politics and divisiveness? Inclusivity that excludes the majority of Americans? High taxation and heavy regulation? 800,000 manufacturing jobs to foreign countries? Pretending the economy is good while average Americans don’t have jobs or have bad jobs? Big daddy government?

Barack Obama told the discredited Rolling Stone that Fox News is the reason he failed.

“Part of it is Fox News in every bar and restaurant in big chunks of the country,” the president was quoted saying in the magazine.

Actually, that’s totally untrue.

Read this:

In this election, [white blue collar workers] turned out in huge numbers for Trump. And I think that part of it has to do with our inability, our failure, to reach those voters effectively. Part of it is Fox News in every bar and restaurant in big chunks of the country, but part of it is also Democrats not working at a grassroots level, being in there, showing up, making arguments. That part of the critique of the Democratic Party is accurate. We spend a lot of time focused on international policy and national policy and less time being on the ground. And when we’re on the ground, we do well.

He also blamed alleged ‘fake news’:

One of the challenges that we’ve been talking about now is the way social media and the Internet have changed what people receive as news. I was just talking to my political director, David Simas. He was looking at his Facebook page and some links from high school friends of his, some of whom were now passing around crazy stuff about, you know, Obama has banned the Pledge of Allegiance.

“This is not simply an economic issue,” Obama concluded. “This is a cultural issue. And a communications issue.”

That is more of Obama’s arrogance. He still thinks he didn’t explain it well enough for all of us dopes. He can’t look realistically at problems and he can’t affix blame where it belongs which is why he was a lousy president.

Bill Press, a liberal political commentator, described it well.

“I thought I was reading a Shakespearean tragedy reading this article. It’s a fascinating interview. I think the President was in denial on a couple of issues.

I think he’s in denial about how much of his legacy will be wiped out by this new administration. I mean, across the board, the President was sort of saying ‘We’ll keep this, we’ll keep some things in place,’ but I think it’s going to be a wipeout.

And secondly, and this gets to your point about what shambles the Democratic Party is in. Under his presidency the Democratic Party has now lost the White House, the House, the Senate, 900 and some state legislator seats and over 12 or 15 governorships. I’m sorry, you can’t blame all of that on Fox News. Some of it you have to blame on the Democrats not doing their job.”

Pelosi’s re-election is a vote for more of the same crap. It’s great for Republicans. One tweet by Kellyanne Conway obliterated these folks.

The aged hag Nancy Pelosi has a “spring to her step” as she looks forward to the future. We are looking forward to it too and to a new Democrat party that will one day get it and arise from her ashes. Meanwhile, we look forward to more Republican victories.

As Herman Cain said, the White House wants all the news channels to repeat the talking points they dole out. Mr. Cain said “it’s sad the president doesn’t want to know the truth.”

We have a spring to our steps also. We’re whistling our way to a new, far more successful future.


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