The title of this article seems to be indicative that today’s progressive/socialist/democrats don’t do well when engaging real people.
It’s been clear, in recent history, since the years of L.B.J. that the left pays little attention to their constituents, as they do nothing more than pander to them for their votes.
That became clearly evident as they were destroyed in the past election.
How far can the party of no credible ideas expect to go with their failed policies?
As President Donald Trump works with Americans to “Make America Great Again,” it’s time for each of them to do some serious introspection about their own futures.
Those futures are grim indeed.
Senate Democrats geared up for battle with President Donald Trump by preparing to talk to people who voted for him — and by hearing from one of his arch-nemeses.
Gathering in Sheperdstown, W.Va., Democrats were scheduled to hear from liberal political operative David Brock on Thursday, Center for American Progress CEO Neera Tanden and Priorities USA CEO Guy Cecil in a session called “Hold Trump Accountable.”
THEY ARE ALREADY TOO LATE!
Donald Trump has accomplished more in less than a week than the left did with it’s attempt to bring America down under the two failed terms of Obama.
DAVID BROCK: All dressed up with nowhere to go.
Brock is a very special type of fool, once a staunch Republican he has thrown in with the left to shape America in their vision, poverty-stricken, violent, racist, no jobs, no economic growth.
This guy needs to be taken out behind the barn and horse whipped.
To get a better picture on the parties near collapse is the article, “Democrats to David Brock: Stop Helping, You Are Killing Us”
Earlier in the day, Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) moderated a “discussion with Trump voters,” according to a draft schedule obtained by POLITICO.
Much of the event appears geared at figuring out how to turn people who supported Trump into Democratic voters in 2018.
Former Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear (D), along with Sens. Heidi Heitkamp (D-N.D.) and Michael Bennet (D-Colo.), held a session on “speaking to those who feel invisible in rural America,” according to the schedule. Other sessions were along similar lines: “Listening to those feel unheard” and “Rising America — They feel unheard too.”
On Thursday Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) will discuss political tactics for the midterm election and Democrats will strategize on how to define themselves and Trump.
Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), Tim Kaine (D-Va.) and Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.) will talk about “Triangulating Trump,” emphasizing that they can go around Republicans by trying to work with Trump on infrastructure, outsourcing and trade.
Finally, Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) will prep Democrats on how to engage against Republicans over Trump’s Supreme Court pick, which is expected to come as soon as next week.
In essence, they have told us they want the United States of America to fail as it was about to under Obama and surely would have under Hillary.
Remember that the next time you vote.