Democrats are making an effort to separate from the far-left as mid-term elections draw near, leaving House Speaker Nancy Pelosi scrambling for support.
Vulnerable Democrats come out with a separate midterm agenda days before squad member Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) delivers a formal response to President Joe Biden’s State of the Union address in which she will complain about “moderate” Democrats, the purpose of which is to make them more appealing before voters go to the polls.
“Vulnerable Democrats such as Reps. Abigail Spanberger (VA), Steven Horsford (NV), Josh Gottheimer (NJ), Dean Phillips (MN), and Elissa Slotkin (MI) wrote the draft agenda,” Breitbart reported.
“The draft agenda includes approximately 75 bipartisan bills already drafted and broader bullet points to ’embrace some of President Biden’s most popular initiatives and tackle rising prices while distancing lawmakers from the left’s most divisive ideas,'” reports Breitbart.
“The plan avoids other items popular with progressives, such as a $15 minimum wage and a universal, single-payer ‘Medicare for all’ insurance system,” Breitbart reported.
“But it embraces some of the most broadly popular health care initiatives in Mr. Biden’s now-moribund Build Back Better Act,” Breitbart reports.
“The report also acknowledges that it was ‘no accident that the document is circulating just before Mr. Biden’s State of the Union address on March 1,” according to Breitbart News.
To sum it up, the Democratic Party is not unified and mid-term elections are looking better and better for the GOP.
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