Seriously when youre such a soft lefty that a fucking actor has to come fix your mess you know your bad and when he says if you do x youll be worse than me you should take him seriously. But they won't to which i say good
Kavanaugh made a woman feel uncomfortable 30 years ago and Feinstein thinks that worthy of a federal case for the FBI. Full on TDS for the swamp. I would hope this type of behavior makes dems cries of wolf lose more credibility with independent voters.
Its the same reason the media will not acknowledge or condemn leftists who violently attack people. Trump and his supporters are nazis so anything his opponents do is ok. His opponents could work with Russia to get unverified dirt about golden showers in order to start an investigation to spy on the Trump campaign and it would be ok because Trump is a nazi.
Yep. It's not really because Jimmy thinks far left socialism would destroy the country and we need more centrist policies. No, it's just that the democratic party moved too far to the left and went too nutty, too fast and moderate liberals and independents are disassociating themselves with the party.
They need to get back to pushing candidates that make believe they're center-moderates when running and then pull their lefty shit when they get power...not go all out socialism. They'll lose most of the country every time.
Cynthia Nixon Campaign Blames High Turnout For Loss
As Governor Andrew Cuomo moved closer towards securing a third term on Thursday, claiming the Democratic nomination in New York, his rival Cynthia Nixon appeared to take the landslide loss in stride–for the most part.
"While the result tonight wasn’t what we had hoped for, I’m not discouraged. I'm inspired. I hope you are too," Nixon wrote on Twitter on Thursday evening.
With 93 percent of precincts reporting, Cuomo had 65 percent of the vote compared to her 35 percent.
While Nixon called on voters to be changemakers, her campaign team appeared to be sending out a different message, blaming high voter turnout for the candidate's loss.
In a memo reportedly sent out to journalists as polls closed, Nixon's campaign team accused Cuomo's campaign of overseeing an "unconscionable influx in spending" that resulted in an "extremely high" turnout "throughout the state," according to The Hill.
"This is likely due to two factors: tens of millions of dollars in advertisements from Andrew Cuomo pushing voters to the polls; and a desire on the part of prime Democratic voters to send a message to [President Donald Trump] for the first time since his election," the campaign team said.
Nixon's team also reportedly blamed fewer polling hours in upstate New York, where they said Nixon polled better than in New York City, for the landslide loss.
They also cited reports of voting problems in New York City neighborhoods where they claimed Nixon also polled better than anywhere else as having added to the Democrat's loss.
The message from Nixon's campaign team stood in stark contrast to the candidate's own statements, celebrating the campaign as a success, despite the election loss.
"This isn't just a symbolic victory," she said. "This campaign forced the governor to make concrete commitments that will change the lives of people across the state."
The actor-turned-politician appeared to take credit for Cuomo's announcement in April that the state Senate's Independent Democratic Conference, which she described as "the group of breakaway corporate Democrats who handed the State Senate to the Republicans," had agreed to disband.
"For 7.5 years, the Governor said he had no power to disband the IDC, the group of breakaway corporate Democrats who handed the State Senate to the Republicans," Nixon wrote. "Then, 2 weeks into our campaign, he miraculously disbanded them.
"Last year, the governor opposed recreational marijuana," Nixon noted. "We came out strongly in favor of legalizing it as a matter of racial justice and the next day, the governor declared that 'the facts on marijuana have changed.'"
The Democrat also championed her campaign's focus on calling for improvements to New York's subway system, stating: "We made the crisis in the subway a cornerstone of our campaign. Now, everyone in New York understands that the governor controls the subway and it's the governor's responsibility to fix it."
Nixon also noted that after her team released its climate justice plan in the Rockaways, the governor "reversed himself and halted construction of a pipeline that would've devastated that community's water and health. The list goes on and on."
The former Sex and the City star said that while some people had called the chain of events the "Cynthia effect," she calls it "what happens when we hold our leaders accountable."
"This is more than just a campaign—this is a movement," Nixon said. "The movement we’re building isn’t just about one candidate, or one election. It’s about offering a vision of the way things COULD work, if only we have the leadership and the political courage to make it a reality."
The Democrat called on the "generation coming of age in Obama and Trump's America" to change the country "and for the first time in our history, create a nation that finally belongs to all of us.
"We started something here in New York, and it doesn’t end today. This is just the beginning. And I know that together, we will win this fight," Nixon said.
Nixon does not appear to have addressed the comments made by her campaign team complaining of the high voter turnout in New York.
Jim Carey praising socialist programs because sick people shouldn't lose their homes. He never had to wait or pay for medication. His mother was sick and addicted to drugs and they lost their home. This is the kind of delusions you get when you are surrounded by yes men.
The majority of dems are corporatists. They will say or do anything to stay in office and keep getting paid to regulate the market to shut down the competition of big business. If going full on Venezuela left will keep them in office, they will do it. Their desperation to stay in office is also what is destroying them. Politicians like Feinstein will be replaced as California becomes more like Mexico with a population of the extremely rich and extremely poor, no middle class.