Feminist Democrat CRUCIFIES Elizabeth Warren

The next Uber driver you meet has a better chance of being president than Elizabeth Pocahontas Warren.

In fact, the next Uber driver has a better chance of beating President Trump in 2020 than ANY Democratic candidate.

But I’m not going to stop any of the long list of crazed Democrats from making a run at President Trump. Because if we do our jobs as Conservatives, we can put Leftism in its grave.

Consider that Democrats left their party in droves over the last two elections. And if it weren’t for cheating, Democrats would lose most elections. For those wondering, Democrats know I’m right.

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Recently one of their own viciously attacked the Democrat field, particularly Warren. Democrat feminist Carmen Paglia began an interview with People saying this of Democrats’ chances against Trump:

If the economy continues strong, Trump will be reelected. The Democrats (my party) have been in chaos since the 2016 election and have no coherent message except Trump hatred. Despite the vast pack of potential candidates, no one yet seems to have the edge. I had high hopes for Kamala Harris, but she missed a huge opportunity to play a moderating, statesmanlike role and has already imprinted an image of herself as a ruthless inquisitor that will make it hard for her to pull voters across party lines.

Let’s stop and address the economy for a moment.

If the economy continues strong, Paglia opined.

Stock market rose 700+ points on Jan 4. And it will continue to rise. But that’s only the beginning, as another round of less regulation enters the economy for Year 3 of Trump.

That added $2 trillion Trump unleashed will be bolstered by the continued tax cuts. Moreover, the new orders to fill based on Trump’s trade deals will send the stock market skyrocketing…again.

Regarding Kamala Harris, like other Democrats, Trump exposed her as an anti-American radical. Harris cares more about illegals than Americans, and that’s only one example.

Interestingly, Democrats shouldn’t put much stock in their women, as polling suggests, they prefer old white men, likely thanks the Hillary Clinton.

Paglia continued crucifying the Democrat pack:

Screechy Elizabeth Warren has never had a snowball’s chance in hell to appeal beyond upper-middle-class professionals of her glossy stripe. Kirsten Gillibrand is a wobbly mediocrity. Cory Booker has all the gravitas of a cork. Andrew Cuomo is a yapping puppy with a long, muddy bullyboy tail. Both Bernie Sanders (for whom I voted in the 2016 primaries) and Joe Biden (who would have won the election had Obama not cut him off at the knees) are way too old and creaky.

Man or woman, Paglia sees nobody who can handle Trump.

She includes the man for whom she voted. And though she may believe Biden could have beaten Trump in 2016 (fat chance!), Paglia agrees that Biden certainly has no chance of beating Trump now.

So what do the Democrats need to do?

To win in the nation’s broad midsection, the Democratic nominee will need to project steadiness, substance, and warmth. I’ve been looking at Congresswoman Cheri Bustos of Illinois and Governor Steve Bullock of Montana.

Really? Who?

Does anybody think either of these candidates will be allowed to leapfrog the crooks in the Democrats’ current chain-of-command?

Paglia discusses Hillary Clinton’s chances, saying:

As for Hillary, she’s pretty much damaged goods, but her perpetual, sniping, pity-me tour shows no signs of abating. She still has a rabidly loyal following, but it’s hard to imagine her winning the nomination again, with her iron grip on the Democratic National Committee now gone. Still, it’s in her best interest to keep the speculation fires burning. Given how thoroughly she has already sabotaged the rising candidates by hogging the media spotlight, I suspect she wants Trump to win again. I don’t see our stumbling, hacking, shop-worn Evita yielding the spotlight willingly to any younger gal.

Hillary Clinton’s political career ended on November 8, 2016. Anybody with a brain knows that. To give her any credence at this point is muscle-memory homage.

But what Paglia says about Democrats underestimating Trump forebodes the Democrats fate most.

Most Democrats have wildly underestimated Trump from the get-go. I was certainly surprised at how easily he mowed down 17 other candidates in the GOP primaries. He represents widespread popular dissatisfaction with politics as usual. Both major US parties are in turmoil and metamorphosis, as their various factions war and realign. The mainstream media’s nonstop assault on Trump has certainly backfired by cementing his outsider status. He is basically a pragmatic deal-maker, indifferent to ideology. As with Bolsonaro in Brazil, Trump rose because of decades of failure by the political establishment to address urgent systemic problems, including corruption at high levels. Democrats must hammer out their own image and agenda and stop self-destructively insulting half the electorate by treating Trump like Satan.

In 2019 America and the world will discover who Satan is. And to put it succinctly, they are called “Democrats” for nothing.

Paglia sees the carnage inside her party. That’s why she said Warren had “a snowball’s chance in hell” of beating Trump. But she could have said this about any of their candidates.

Paglia provided Democrats with their roadmap. It’s on the Highway to Hell. Over the next two years, you will see even more of them get on the Trump Train instead.

 

 

 

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