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Faced with a political demolition pro-abortion Democrats double down on extremism

by | Nov 17, 2016

By Dave Andrusko

albert-einstein-jpg“There are two ways to be fooled. One is to believe what isn’t true; the other is to refuse to believe what is true.” 
Søren Kierkegaard …..

“By nearly 10-1, all those surveyed say the news media, including major newspapers and TV stations, would like to see Clinton rather than Trump elected. That includes 82% of Trump supporters and 74% of Clinton supporters.”

USA Today


That is part of the backdrop that helps to explain the media frenzy against pro-life Donald Trump. But the “multiplier” is the somber realization that Democrats (virtually all of whom are pro-abortion) have lost an enormous number of races at the national level and even more at the state level. (By the way, who was the head of the party all that time? None other than pro-abortion Barack Obama.)

So what is the Democratic/elite media’s [they are essentially one and the same] response? To report as little as possible about the tectonic grinding of plates going on underneath the surface of the Democratic Party and hype beyond imagination the supposed evils/disorganization of the incoming Trump administration.

Consider this. The principal takeaway from November 8 is that Democrats and the media elites which acted (and continues to act) as their praetorian guard were almost comically out of touch with the average American. So what is the Democrats’ response? Racing further into the political wilderness. Examples?

Well, how about including pro-abortion Independent Socialist Bernie Sanders as part of the  Senate Democrats’ pro-abortion leadership team, even though Sanders is not even a Democrat?

How about leading Democrats in the House and Senate putting their shoulder to the wheel in support of a radically pro-abortion member of the House (with enough baggage to sink a ocean liner) to be  the next chair of the Democratic National Committee?

How about this? From The Hill :

The president of a leading abortion rights organization is weighing a bid for the chairmanship of the Democratic National Committee (DNC).

Ilyse Hogue, who leads NARAL Pro-Choice America, would join former and current Democratic officials and lawmakers in the race, and would be the only woman in the running to replace interim chair Donna Brazile.

So, overwhelmingly, pro-abortion candidates are rejected from top (Hillary Clinton) to bottom (state legislatures) and who fills your Senate  leadership(and House team, for that matter) and is the leading candidate to be the chair of the DNC but pro-abortion to the core ideologues?

What was it Albert Einstein said about the definition of insanity?

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