Have you ever noticed every time Democrats start an SJW crusade, they say the majority of Americans agree with their subject? Even when the polls show no one agrees with them. This is called denial.
The latest NBC-Wall Street Journal poll finds voters are scared of the Democrats. Only 33% said the Democratic party is in the mainstream. 56% said they are way out of the mainstream. You have people like Maxine Waters endorsing violence against those who disagree with her nutty ideas. While Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez pushes Socialism. Not to mention the Democrats defend MS-13 and other illegal aliens.
The shame of it is, many people are so conditioned they will vote for the Democrat even if he or she were an ax murderer.
Joseph Curl at The Washington Times reported:
Let’s get right to the good stuff: In a new poll conducted by NBC News and The Wall Street Journal, just 33 percent of those surveyed think the Democratic Party is “in the mainstream.” More than half (56 percent) consider them out of step.
Just two years ago in 2016, those numbers were far different: 48 percent mainstream, 42 percent out. That means the “mainstream” number has plunged 12.5 percent, a huge drop in just two years.
Man, it’s not easy being a Democrat these days.
Chief among the party’s problems (and they have many) is that the Democrats lack a leader. The last head of the party, Barack Obama, took his mojo with him when he left town, and he’s busy partying it up with Jay-Z and Beyonce in Paris. Meanwhile, 2020 is still too far away, so no one has yet emerged around whom the party faithful can rally.
The Democratic Party is a rudderless ship, and the captain left on a life raft years ago. Only the rats are still on board.
What few leaders the party has are all ancient mariners: Rep. Nancy Pelosi is 78, Sen. Bernie Sanders is 76, the two-time loser Hillary Clinton is 70, the wannabe nominee for 2020, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, is 69, and the party’s angriest member, Sen. Chuck Schumer, is 67. That’s 360 years combined if you’re keeping score at home.