Most of you probably aren’t too familiar with the name Deval Patrick. And that’s a huge problem for the Democrats.
It’s true that Patrick, a Democratic presidential candidate, just called it quits after failing to garner even 1% of the vote in New Hampshire. But it’s also true he was centrist who wanted to help bridge the gap between the radical left’s agenda and heartland America. And he couldn’t even get 1% of the Democrat vote.
“Democrats don’t have to hate Republicans to be good Democrats,” Patrick said recently. “We don’t have to hate moderation to be a good progressive.”
But despite his promise of moderation, he couldn’t even get 1% of the Democrat vote.
“We don’t have to hate business to fight for social justice or to hate police to believe black lives matter,” the former 2020 contender said.
Yet he couldn’t even get 1% of the Democrat vote.
Patrick has, according to The Hill, pleaded with Democrats to “try to find common ground both with Republicans and progressives.” Still, he couldn’t even get 1% of the Democrat vote.
When the Democrats are more enthusiastic about radical leftists and a socialist than a centrist who is attempting to appeal to a broader swath of America, you know they are in a bad place. The Democrats are proving they are out of touch and racing even farther away.
And as a result, Trump’s re-election chances are looking better and better.