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POLITICIAN is advising Democrats of "McGovern redux," right here's proof Americans ARE center-left politically. Cenk Uygur simplifies on The Young Turks. Inform us exactly what you believe in the remark area below. Sign up for our channel:

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" Four decades earlier, Richard Nixon endured the fantasy numerous liberals nurture regarding Donald Trump, stepping down in the face of possible impeachment over a slow-moving rumor long prior to his term was up. Prior to that took place, nonetheless, Nixon was reelected by an unquestionable margin, in big part due to the fact that progressives made strategic errors that Democrats today appear hellbent on duplicating." *.

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  1. Posted by The Young Turks, at Reply
    • Posted by CODHALOvet, at Reply

      Stig Rancazz 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

    • Posted by JoeyFiveandDimes, at Reply

      America is Center Dumb.  Only around 10% is what could be considered ‘smart’, and that’s being optimistic.

    • Posted by Will Wright, at Reply

      Northern European Heritage Your mother was the loser so many years ago when she fail to swallow you! ~Lame

    • Posted by Northern European Heritage, at Reply

      Will Wright says whiny boy who needs to get a job and quit being a lazy punk. Someone needs to punch your bratty face a few times

  2. Posted by daveme7 Emme, at Reply

    1972 was an awesome year…was the year I was born. Ok other than that…Cenk is right.

  3. Posted by World Owner's Rothschild Family., at Reply

    Republicucks r gonna feel the fucken Bern in 2020… Bernie Sanders will plow through all the corporate dumbocrats now that we know who he is… feel the Bern cocksuckers

  4. Posted by Solexx X, at Reply

    Beautiful rant. The future is bright if we all continue to fight for democratic justice.

    • Posted by Mr.A, at Reply

      what you just said there is the reason your movement is doomed

  5. Posted by Nia888, at Reply

    Unitil we get rid of the electoral college system, American’s votes will never matter.

    • Posted by NARKISDUDE, at Reply

      Also super delegates in the DNC, and winner takes all in the GOP

    • Posted by Juan Castaneda, at Reply

      12227UserName how do you suppose what would be the best course of action of every state having equal representstion despite every state not having equal population sizes

    • Posted by 12227UserName, at Reply

      Juan Castaneda That goes back to your last comment. The STATES have say in the election through their majority vote from the people of that state. You might find this hard to believe, but inner states aren’t ghost towns where people ride around on horses and stock up on corn. Every state has it’s own laws and regulations and interests. Therefore every state has the power to pitch in on the election. Doesn’t matter the size of it’s population.
      The Founding Fathers realized that a popular vote, which is what you want, would give an unfair advantage to states with large populations. They knew if those states had a corrupt political bias (much like today with Leftists controlling much of the West and East coasts) then every other state would be helpless.

    • Posted by Scott Po, at Reply

      Yep, if we did away with the electoral college then the most populous areas would have a majority say, as it should be. Maybe we can stop paying subsidies to these taker industries like oil, coal, agriculture and ranching and reinvest in smarter futures.

    • Posted by Impending Doom, at Reply

      Republicans are always talkiy about how the electoral college is needed because if it was then gone larger states will dictate every election. But what they don’t seem to get is that not everyone in red states are Republican, and not everyone in California or New York is Liberal. If the electoral college is gone it’ll give the majority of america the actual right to vote. What we have now is a system that says majority doesn’t rule, you can’t say america is center right and still have gerrymandering along with the electoral college. It’s no different than asking a group of 50 people by a show hands, who agrees with me and 43 of them agree, but the other 7 don’t so we have to do what they want.

  6. Posted by brujaja Aknot Wrought, at Reply

    It’s not “radicalization” — the left has drifted appallingly far to the right over the last few decades. We would have to scramble pretty hard, just to get back to base. So many things are portrayed as “radical” that are default assumptions elsewhere. Italians get one month paid vacation every year.

    • Posted by brujaja Aknot Wrought, at Reply

      P.S. WOO! Thank you, Cenk. You tell ’em.

    • Posted by DaveGilmour, at Reply

      brujaja Aknot Wrought agreed all the way.

    • Posted by thomas Hooper, at Reply

      brujaja Aknot Wrought and Italy is doing wonderful? It isn’t…. the left has shifted for one reason: the lefts politics generally don’t work… Cuba, Venezuela, ussr, Greece….. heck even Detroit lol!

  7. Posted by Rocca Flocca, at Reply

    You guys know why they push that narrative – it’s to appease the corporations that own the country. Nothing else to say.

  8. Posted by Stefan Mikulin, at Reply

    The parallels with the UK are uncanny. In the run-up to the last general election here in the UK, the establishment media and accepted wisdom said that Labour’s leftwing manifesto would see them wiped out, just as it did in the ’80s. It ain’t the ’80s anymore… Labour won their largest vote share since 1970 and are set to win the next election on a leftwing platform. times change. The establishment doesn’t.

  9. Posted by Michael Garry, at Reply

    Let this non-American point out this little fact about the USA electorate: the GOP have only won the popular vote ONCE since the 1980’s and that was a re-election of Bush Jr who won his first term on a minority.

    Fix your Electoral College system and see real change.

    • Posted by advocatus diaboli, at Reply

      Michael Garry
      The left 2000, death to electoral college
      The left 2012, long live the electoral college
      The left 2016, death to electoral college

    • Posted by THE JACK HQ, at Reply

      advocatus diaboli You sure you want to make that stupid response your final answer?

    • Posted by Michael Garry, at Reply

      advocatus diaboli – Why would the “left” (I guess you mean non-GOP, the USA doesn’t really have much of a “left”) support the electoral college in 2012? Obama won the popular vote by about 6 million votes. His win had nothing to do with the Electoral College…..

  10. Posted by adoredpariah, at Reply

    Thanks, I needed that Cenk rant, he has the best rants when the topic is so clear like this. Quality stuff, keep showing the bullshit for what it is.

  11. Posted by Bobbett Arnold, at Reply

    Love the facts Cenk,👈👍✌🙏👋👋👋👋👋👋👋👋

  12. Posted by Jaime Kleller, at Reply

    I’m a pretty loyal NPR listener. But during the democratic primaries they were appallingly, grossly, incredibly biased for Clinton.

    • Posted by Insert Redletter Media Meme Here, at Reply

      Jaime Kleller yeah I stopped listening to them for a while, but they are based out of DC and not in reality

  13. Posted by rollbocke, at Reply

    The video is spot on. The US is the most polled society in the planet’s history. This is not ‘election’ polling but polling on ‘issues’. Issuses the population care about and which are rarely, if ever, brought up during those circus events called campaigns. And those election campaigns are extremely expensive and last for months and months, with virtually nothing done to change it. Wealthy sources make large contributions to these campaigns and along with the lobbyists they hire to influence legislatures assure themselves of the best government money can buy. The population know this. They also know that the bottom two-thirds of the public are ignored and that policy is made by the top percentiles. But the polls give an objective picture of how the public view the issues. Go online to the polling sites such as Gallup, Pew Research Center, Public Policy Polling, Zogby. They are there for all to see. It’s what you and your fellow citizens are really thinking. But are not told by the mainstream news, the owners of which are a part of those wealthy sources. It’s long been shown in the polls that ‘official’ policies and those that the majority of the public want are completely
    different. That the public is becoming more and more aware and seek
    progressives candidates is what is scaring the hell out of the orthodox system. Both the wealthy who feel the law should only represent them and their bought and paid for hired hands.

  14. Posted by Allan Pattison, at Reply

    Word, Cenk! Word.

  15. Posted by TC Sam, at Reply

    They need to get away from their obsession with 1972 and think more in terms of 1904. When TR was up for reelection the government was this blatantly corrupt. TR started the trust busting and began a progressive era that resulted in many great things. He may have been a republican, but he went against his own party because he cared more about the country than his party. An idea that clowns in charge of both parties pay lip service to, but their actions prove they care only about money and the country be damned.

    • Posted by Jonathan Henly, at Reply

      He eventually left the Republicans too

  16. Posted by Kez 2009, at Reply

    American politics are the most backwards in the world. Where the left is considered far left and the the centre right is considered centrist

    • Posted by Джекоб SHEKELSTEIN, at Reply

      Kez 2009 so why then do libtards call normal everyday conservatives Nazis?

    • Posted by sunyavadin, at Reply

      The Centre Right as recognised in the rest of the world is referred to as “Far Left” by the media in the US.

    • Posted by Real Beginning, at Reply

      Left is also considered somehow Anti-American vs right or “taking away” as more American: the epitome of modern civilization.

    • Posted by Real Beginning, at Reply

      Джекоб SHEKELSTEIN why not?

  17. Posted by FJBRDALLAS, at Reply

    Well If they like history why not say: Remember FDR? the guy who got reelected until he died and wanted to implement a second bill of rights which included a decent job for every american, the right yo healthcare, to education, etc?

  18. Posted by Cannibal_Soup, at Reply

    Give ’em hell, Cenk!

  19. Posted by sunyavadin, at Reply

    I love how in the thumbnail, Bernie’s arm is positioned so as to make the text look like it says “Medicare For Y’All”, this could potentially be a useful branding in the south.

  20. Posted by JD Strife, at Reply

    “93% of Americans think their politicians represent their donors’ interests.” 7% of Americans are corporate donors, lobbyists, and Trumptard trolls.

    • Posted by Alex Perez, at Reply

      JD Strife that makes a lot of sense

    • Posted by THE JACK HQ, at Reply

      And Hillbots, don’t forget Hillbots.