Democrat Chief Strategist Admits They Are Losing Ground With Voters

Democrat Chief Strategist Admits They Are Losing Ground With Voters

( – The Democrat Party’s leading strategist isn’t looking forward to November’s midterm elections. The good news, he says, is he’s identified the problem turning off Democrat voters. The bad news? The problem is the Democrats.

Last weekend, the House Democrats held a retreat in Philadelphia, and it doesn’t seem to have been a happy event. Representative Sean Maloney (D-NY), who heads up the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC), gave his colleagues a stark message: “The problem is not the voters. The problem is us.”

Maloney highlighted many of the reasons Americans are turning away from the Democrats: Their obsession with cultural issues, their preachiness and their conviction that they know better than ordinary people – for example, on what children should learn in school. He should know, too. Maloney ran the Dems’ investigation into their 2016 defeat, and he’s heard what the voters were saying about his party. What’s worrying him now is the party still hasn’t listened, and now looks set to lose control of Congress in November.

Of course, Maloney might not understand exactly what voters think either. He believes President Biden is “that person that in many ways we need to become,” and is urging candidates to “embrace Biden’s style.” He seems to have missed the fact Biden’s poll numbers are in freefall and most Dem candidates want to put as much clear blue water between themselves and the ailing president as possible.

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