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Democratic Party Madness


A SAPIENT Being’s Guide to the Progressivism Madness of Democratic Party Policies & Agenda 

Ruy Teixeira, a lifelong man of the Left, author of the 2002 The Emerging Democratic Majority, Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress and fixture of Democratic Party politics for more than 30 years who very much wants the Democratic Party to succeed, reports—the Democrats and the Democratic brand are in deep trouble:

“That should have been obvious” he states “when Democrats underperformed in the 2020 election, turning what they and most observers expected to be a blue wave into more of a ripple. They lost House seats and performed poorly in state legislative elections. And their support among non-white voters, especially Hispanics, declined substantially.”

Still they did win the Presidency, which led many to miss the clear market signals this underperformance was sending to Democrats. That tendency was strengthened by the Democrats’ improbable victories in the two Georgia Senate runoffs, which gave them full control of the federal government, albeit by the very narrowest of margins.

The Democratic Party was once the political home of farmers, blue-collar workers, and lower-middle-class, and mostly Catholic “white ethnic” voters. Today, it’s the party of affluent urban and suburban professionals, and also, in no small part, the party of the genuinely rich, from Silicon Valley to Wall Street and from Greenwich to Aspen.

Nonetheless, today’s Democratic Party seems deranged and unpredictable—insisting men are actually women if they think they are, claiming Biden’s multi-trillion-dollar spending programs and wild currency creation will “reduce inflation,” engineering a full-scale invasion of the American homeland by millions of illegal aliens so Democrats can stay in power forever, and so on.

How did this happen? Why did it happen? And what’s next? Keep reading to find out and be forewarned: For some of you this MADNESS textbook will be a revelation, an epiphany, a sapient being moment. For others, it will be a triggering event, denial of truth, and a painful intervention.

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