A former advisor to former President Bill Clinton, and a top Democrat strategist is warning Democrats of their impending doom because of their love affair with wokeism.
James Carville, who was an advisor to the 42nd President of the United States, said that the Supreme Court’s conservative Justices were emboldened to end Roe V Wade because they are not frightened of the Democrats who are obsessed with “veganism and pronouns.”
“Today they [Republicans] have no fear of Democrats, that’s why they do this. You gotta’ understand what a huge event this is in American politics … Roe v Wade is is over two-to-one in approval,” he said on “OutFront” host Erin Burnett on CNN.
“And Alito and them said we don’t care. We’re not fair, and we don’t care and all the Democrats are going to do is sit around talking about veganism and pronouns,” he said.
He did his fair share of fear mongering on the show as well.
“I hope that people understand, the Louisiana legislature passed a bill today out of committee that would make a 20-year-old young female – if she wants to get an abortion – charged with homicide,” he said.
“In Texas, the governor has challenged the right to public education for children. In Oklahoma, they passed a bill that you can’t even get an abortion [even if pregnancy is dangerous] for the mother,” the Democrat strategist said.
“They [Democrats] need to get out of Washington, and start motivating people,” he said.
He went on to talk about the leaked draft of the Roe V Wade decision motivating Democrat voters.
“’If this doesn’t motivate people, if this doesn’t get you going, then I can’t do anything to help you. And I’ll tell you who is not helping. It’s the progressive advocacy groups. No one cares what they say, no one fears them,” the Democrat strategist said.
“They were always going to lose those races, but Democrats keep doing this stupid s***,” he said. “They’re too damn emotional. Democrats obsess over high-profile races they can’t win because that’s where all the attention is. We’re addicted to hopeless causes.”
The Democrat strategist railed against the Party with similar complaints in January after two defeats: One, Biden’s ‘Build Back Better’ agenda, a multi-trillion-dollar climate and social spending measure, and two, a voting reform bill that Republicans charged would federalize nearly all elections to Democrats’ advantage.
This is an excerpt from Conservative Brief.
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