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How The DCCC Props Up Corporate Democrats And Squashes Progressives


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"It ended up the Democratic Event had other suggestions– or, at least, it had an old suggestion. As is taking place in races throughout the nation, celebration leaders in Washington and in the Pennsylvania district rallied, instead, around a candidate who, in 2016, had actually increased even more cash than a Democrat ever had in the district and also suffered an embarrassing loss anyhow.

Christina Hartman, by the Democratic Party's lights, did whatever right throughout the last election cycle. She strove, racking up recommendations from one end of the district to the other. She adhered to the critical suggestions of a few of one of the most sagacious political hands in Pennsylvania, targeting rural Republicans and also independents that had actually previously chosen prospects like Glove Romney, however were now assumed gettable.

" For each among those blue-collar Democrats [Donald Trump] picks up, he will certainly lose to Hillary [Clinton] two socially moderate Republicans and also independents in suburban Cleveland, suburban Columbus, rural Cincinnati, rural Philly, country Pittsburgh, positions like that," Ed Rendell, the state's previous governor and also titular leader of the state celebration, had predicted to the New York Times.

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  1. Posted by Mooxiepoo, at Reply

    Can we just have a new party and split?

    • Posted by Kellyanne Gollum, at Reply

      Yes you are a smart libtard! I suggest new party ideas! Millennial Liberals! Child Lives Matter Most! Anti-Elite Hot Mess! Pro-Babe Freedom Warriors!

  2. Posted by Ntwadumela MATA, at Reply

    We on the Left need a new party. Nuff Said.

    • Posted by Brett Strong, at Reply

      Very few people on the internet are trolls, troll is a word used to dismiss someone with an opinion you don’t like. Just explain to me why I’m wrong, explain to me why you won’t answer a simple question.

    • Posted by Pro Libertate, at Reply

      There is only one way to morally, ideologically, and politically recognize true liberalism. And that is through classical liberalism!!

    • Posted by Listenbuddy1, at Reply

      You have one. It’s called Hell.

    • Posted by Kant Touch This, at Reply


  3. Posted by Jacob Michie, at Reply

    it truly is sad that as bad as Trump has been, the Democrats were and proud remain the only party that could lose to Trump

    • Posted by Kellyanne Gollum, at Reply

      Stop whining libtards! Get on your arse and start new parties! What about Anti-MeToo Democrats? Or MenToo Democrats???

    • Posted by Jacob Michie, at Reply

      I won’t deny that you do have a point, this discussion won’t change anything, but I just wanted to vent. I want to hold out hope that the midterms will expel these insiders on both sides, but at this point, I can’t really see it happening. What ever hope I had for improvement died with what little patients I had for both parties, and now, I’m not sure this train rec can be stopped. That is not to say I want or hope nothing changes, I’m perfectly happy with being proven wrong. Its just, after all the crap both party’s have pulled, I can’t muster any enthusiasm anymore

    • Posted by Kellyanne Gollum, at Reply

      Yes libtard genius – don’t muster enthusiasm to change anything! But you must keep 3000% enthusiasm to type 283749 words to kill other blue voters enthusiasm! MAGA!

    • Posted by Jacob Michie, at Reply

      I can’t tell if your trying to encourage me or just insult me. I get it, your a troll, but I’m less offended and more confused at exactly what you want to accomplish. There is the easy, your just yelling at the first person you see for … fun I guess, not sure how you enjoy it but that’s trolling. But what I’m confused about is if you do honestly stand by what you said. Obviously, my first comment of my displeasure with Trump is what set this off, but you do understand that just because I don’t like Trump doesn’t make me liberal, there are those who don’t like Trump who aren’t liberal, just like there are those who hate Hillary and her camp and aren’t conservative. For myself, I try and take an independent stand, I feel that the most effective political opinion is objectivity, that the correct choice should be the best possible for the situation at hand, regardless if it is the conservative or liberal choice. So I ask you, if you really believe in your position (I mean no offence, this is the internet, its hard to read anyone with just text,) then what do YOU hope to achieve by yelling at me? yea, I’m not fixing the problem, but I’m not trying to force anyone to fix one for me. If you really want to fix a problem, yelling at people against you wont fix anything, find common ground and working with them will…

      but if you are just yelling at me for kicks, then screw you.

  4. Posted by Reo Oliver, at Reply

    Absolutely correct. Great analysis💯

    • Posted by Zach Ast, at Reply

      Reo Oliver — Amen, brother

  5. Posted by Jackie Chun, at Reply

    There won’t be any blue wave in 2018 if Democrats cheat progressives again, people have woken up and are not going to blindly vote for neoliberals anymore

    • Posted by You Are Wrong, at Reply

      People are waking up and voting against leftism. If you think not being progressive enough hurt Hillary, you are wrong.

    • Posted by You Are Wrong, at Reply

      carlosdapaperboy. The evidence simply does not lend itself to the conclusion that 2016 was a fluke. Everything that the left did to ensure Donald Trump won in 2016 they have continued to do and worse.

      If you can’t learn how to be human, you will be treated as other than.

  6. Posted by mrx00666, at Reply

    Seriously the DCCC should be protested non-stop by the base.

  7. Posted by Em Jay, at Reply

    Best coverage. Thank you Jimmy for covering a matter that matters.

    • Posted by Zach Ast, at Reply

      Em Jay — How strange ! For once we have a real Progressive voice on a supposedly Progressive channel. TYT needs to let Dore past their pay wall

  8. Posted by jmtnvalley, at Reply

    Clinton lost, in part, because of the bloody consultants.

  9. Posted by Rulison James, at Reply

    Nothing democratic about the Democratic party,
    Then they wonder why turnout is low among their voters!

    Plus the dems rigging most of these elections makes people vote republican out of spite; the dems are hopeless.

  10. Posted by Aesithair Runekafi, at Reply

    Oh, this is what Jimmy looks like when he takes off his tin foil hat.

    • Posted by Zach Ast, at Reply

      Aesithair Runekafi — Your criticism is oh so withering and edgy and ironic. Why not vote for Obama again, whose own legal counsel considered a war criminal ? Enjoy your 4 cents average wage growth and warming planet

    • Posted by Stranger Happened, at Reply

      It is too bad Cenk has merged with his tin foil hat, though. He went completely maniacal with his zero-evidence Russiagate conspiracy theory. Now he is telling stories about how Putin is killing off his own diplomats to cover up for the collusion and keep away the ever-elusive evidence. *Cenk has turned into Alex Jones of the left.*

  11. Posted by David Kempton, at Reply

    And this is the reason the Dems will CONTINUE to get their asses handed to them by the billionaires that now own American government.

    IT really IS time for a third party – and probably a fourth – Progressive Dems, Pelosi/Schumer Dems, “Freedom” (Koch) Caucus GOP and moderate GOP. The idea that there aare only two possible answers to every problem is ludicrous.

  12. Posted by eddy ngaue, at Reply

    DCCC= Money laundering

  13. Posted by 2Bad4Grandpa, at Reply

    Feel the Bern!

  14. Posted by P Roh Dusah, at Reply

    corporate democrats = conservatives lemmings. unfortunately cash rules everything around me cream get the money gotta dolla bill yallll..

    this is why i always laugh at right wing tards calling the “mainstream media” liberal when their bosses fund republican candidates lol

    • Posted by Michael Robertson, at Reply

      Hollywood and any mainstream media is liberal as hell. even facebook/google/youtube…who gets their videos demonetised on youtube? liberals or right wingers and why? who gets their accounts terminated on twitter? hell you can post the most racist anti white hatred on twitter and be a-ok but as soon as you post an fbi table 43 crime and race statistics which are facts than you get suspended. These are the same people who spew anti trump nonsense on the daily, same as what ever you hear on tyt. Stop being so naïve you are now the establishment footsoldiers and bootlickers

  15. Posted by TheByzantineBeserker, at Reply

    The far-left deserves to be kept out of power. They’re running California into the ground.

    • Posted by RC Gamex, at Reply

      The far left aren’t running California.

    • Posted by Shyan Marie, at Reply

      TheByzantineBeserker I wouldn’t say they’re ruining California if they brought in 3.8bil in revenue. Now Alabama? That state should be it’s own third world country for denying raped women abortions.

    • Posted by Shyan Marie, at Reply

      Mr. NastyinCT. How is that the democrats fault if you refuse to get a job?

    • Posted by Mr. NastyinCT., at Reply

      Shyan Marie because once the employer finds out the applicant is homeless (not hard to tell) the interview is over. A huge percentage of the homeless in California were once middle class. The tent cities are California’s dirty little secret.

  16. Posted by Rick James, at Reply

    LBJ “If you can convince the lowest white man he’s better than the best colored man, he won’t notice you’re picking his pocket. Hell, give him somebody to look down on, and he’ll empty his pockets for you.”

    Poor whites don’t care about your progressive ideas.

    • Posted by Domina Dracone, at Reply

      Poor whites DO care about progressive economic policies, and many of them might care more about the social issues if they weren’t consumed by worry over their own financial situations. Throwing around blanket statements that are never entirely true doesn’t help your argument.

    • Posted by carlosdapaperboy, at Reply

      Michael Robertson

      Focusing on protecting civil liberties = “hijacked liberalism for nonsense sjw causes that doesn’t affect the majority of people”? Sounds like you’re the regressive one. Also, progressives can focus on both socially democratic economic ideals and protecting civil liberties, which is what corporate democrats have failed to do for decades. Those two positions aren’t mutually exclusive, you myopic simpleton.

  17. Posted by KillerBebe, at Reply

    The ego of The Dems is so large they can not see the writing on the wall,

  18. Posted by brokebassoon, at Reply

    If it leads to actual progressive change in the country, then fine, you were right to not vote for Hillary. But if Trump ends up destroying the country, democracy, and the entire planet as it looks like he’s doing, then at what point do you go, “maybe it wasn’t worth it”?

    • Posted by brokebassoon, at Reply

      intricatic I guess no matter how bad things get, there will always be people who insist it would have been worse with Hillary.

    • Posted by brokebassoon, at Reply

      dalec305 So you’re arguing we should fight, correct? You know, it would have still been possible to fight for progressive policies under Hillary. And there wouldn’t have been nearly as much lost in the process.

    • Posted by dalec305, at Reply

      Has she ever meet a war she didn’t approve of? Didn’t she tour around promoting fracking? Wasn’t the TPP the ‘gold standard’ of trade deals? Corporate ‘democrats’ have show since the disaster of the last election cycle that they will never work with progressives. They’ve done nothing to fix the damages from the primary and have instead focused on keeping progressives out of leadership. It’s insane to think that they would willing change at this point. I will never vote for another establishment ‘democrat’.

    • Posted by brokebassoon, at Reply

      dalec305 We’re only a year into the Trump dynasty. 7+ more to go. I’m sure we’ll get all those things you’ve described and more.

    • Posted by brokebassoon, at Reply

      dalec305 Also, you seriously think it’ll be easier to get progressive policies under obstructionist Republicans than with submissive Democrats? We live in two different worlds. They may look similar, but they are competely irreconcilable. It’s like the known world vs. the Upside Down.

  19. Posted by Donald Podzikowski, at Reply

    Here in Florida the democratic party will go out and recruit republicans that have lost in the republican primary to run as a democrats. That’s how bad they suck.

    • Posted by XHellXGeistX, at Reply

      Donald Podzikowski Damn. How often does that happen? I was able to find one instance.