Americans have now had four nights of debates from those 20+ candidates seeking the Democratic nomination for president. The Democrats during the July 31st debate began eating one another based upon their records. They began calling each other racists.
Watch this Kamala Harris, Joe Biden and Tulsi Gabbard exchange:
What have the people learned from these debates?
Perhaps it is useful to look back at what David Axelrod said on CNN after the first round of debates:
It does seem as if you’re running for president that you ought to take into consideration what the country wants. And the fact is large numbers of people oppose the Medicare for All proposal if it replaces private insurance. We’ve seen it in poll after poll, a large number of people in this country do not believe the border should be decriminalized. A large number of people in did country don’t believe that undocumented immigrants should qualify for public [aid]…
What Doesn’t America Want?
What America doesn’t want is what has now become a Socialist Circus of policies which include:
- Giving free stuff to illegals,
- Calling everyone a racist who disagrees with you,
- Open borders,
- Higher taxes,
- Fewer jobs,
- More and more government control,
- No more fossil fuels?!
- Socialist Kool-Aid
What Do Americans Want?
Conservative Review reported the following:
On Monday, Heritage Action for America released the results of three different polls conducted by two different research firms in March and June. What do the numbers say? Nothing any Democrat charged with actually winning a general election after this far-left purity contest of a primary will want to hear.
The first poll, conducted among 1,200 likely voters in June with a margin of error of 2.83 percent, found:
- 70 percent of voters, including 65 percent of swing-state voters, oppose the creation of a government run health care system like Medicare for All.
- Independent voters think skills are are more important factor for legal immigration than family ties.
- A plurality of Democrats, Republicans, and independents think the overuse of social services is the biggest challenge associated with illegal immigration (which is really bad news for the people who raised their hands to pay for illegal aliens’ health care).
- 79 percent of respondents (including a majority of Democrats) said they believe that political correctness is a problem.
- A 45 percent plurality of Democrats, Republicans, and independents think that abortion should be “illegal in most cases” with “some exceptions.”
- 76 percent of voters said that doctors should be required to provide health care to abortion survivors.
- 62 percent of respondents don’t think biological males should be allowed to identify as female to play on sports teams at school.
- 30 percent of Democrats and 56 percent of independents surveyed think that the Democratic party has become too extreme, with 57 percent of respondents overall agreeing.
A separate “swing state survey,” which was conducted among 1,800 likely voters across the battleground states of Arizona, Florida, Iowa, Maine, and Pennsylvania later in June with a margin of error of 2.31 percent, found:
- 63 percent of respondents said the border crisis is a national emergency.
- 65 percent of respondents oppose getting rid of private health insurance to create a government-run system, including 40 percent of Democrats.
- 65 percent of respondents in those states agree that “Socialism is a bad economic system that leads to bigger government, less freedom, worse economic conditions, and more welfare dependency.”
- A majority of independents agreed that they “can no longer support the national Democratic Party because they have become too liberal in recent years by supporting radical ideas.”
The candidates for the Democratic nomination will have to change their tune or lose big in 2020.
As former President Bill Clinton said, “It’s the economy stupid.” As David Axelrod said, “It does seem as if you’re running for president that you ought to take into consideration what the country wants.”
President Trump simply needs to sit back and watch. He will continue to tweet, he will continue to listen to what the people want, he will continue to grow the American economy, he will continue to put American interests first and he will continue to lead the nation into prosperity for all.
Can’t wait to see the first debate between President Trump and the Democratic Party nominee.
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