The 2020 Democratic primary has not been the inspiring, uniting process the left hoped it would be. After Iowa and New Hampshire, the fate of the nomination is only more in doubt. Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham weighed in on what’s going on with the Democrats. He predicted what will happened at their convention and gave the party a grave diagnosis.
Let’s be honest, it was a longshot that the Democrats could get their act together in time to challenge Trump. For goodness sake, they launched an impeachment against the man, just to boost their 2020 chances! That didn’t bode well for their candidates.
The 2016 Election left the party is shambles. (Honestly, the party had been dying a long time, hurried along by Obama, but the election blew the lid off the decay.) As Trump won again and again, Democrats mustered all their power… to stop his record successes.
Accusing him of being a racist, bigot, etc., Democrats have tried to prevent no-brainer wins like low taxes, historic trade deals, the defeat of terrorists, and safer borders. Who in their right minds would oppose such things? A party on the brink of collapse, that’s who.
The Democrats couldn’t get a solid candidate to run in 2020. Maybe there are a few smart Democrats left in the party, but they weren’t crazy enough to run against Trump! What they had available was a tired, old V.P., and a bunch of radical socialists. They had to beg Bloomberg to get into the race—but he’s imploding all by himself.
With Iowa and New Hampshire in the past, Democrats are scrambling to the next primary states. The fate of the nomination is still uncertain, with no clear star. Lindsey Graham discussed the mess the Democrats are in. And he pulled no punches.
“The president’s in a spot where he really can’t lose as this plays out,” Graham said. “Biden’s going to win South Carolina. You’re going to have three different winners in the first three states. On Super Tuesday, I think Bloomberg’s going to make a real dent. He’s going to make a real presence. You’re going to go to this convention with Biden basically collapsed. Somebody’s going to fill that lane, it’s not going to be Amy Klobuchar, it’s going to be Bloomberg.”
“You go into that convention and if you can’t find a nomination on the first round of voting, the Democratic Party as we know it is going to completely implode,” he added. “That’s really not good for the country. It’s going to help Donald Trump get reelected, but you’re seeing the demise of the Democratic Party that your grandfather and grandmother knew, and we’ll see how that affects America.” [Source: Breitbart]
Ouch, that’s painful, but pretty spot on. Because there is no clear star among the Democrat candidates, they might not have a solid nominee going into their convention. The party heads just might pick a nominee themselves (the one they think has the best chance at winning in November), outraging all those Democrats who voted in the primaries.
Graham says that will cause the party to “completely implode.” He also says we are watching the demise of the Democratic Party our grandparents knew.
But that shouldn’t be a surprise. That party hasn’t been around since JFK was in the White House. The modern Democrats would be unrecognizable to man president like Kennedy. They have actually embraced policies he fought hard to keep out of the country!
If Democrats can’t settle on a candidate, it will further fracture an already collapsing party. The far-left might break off and form their own group. Moderates will be left in the dust. Meanwhile, independents and fed-up Democrats will jump ship to the Trump train. After all, they are probably tired of losing.
Will this election see the end of the Democrats? It just might.