While the Democrats are wildly unreliable, shifting in whichever direction the social media mob blows, they can certainly be counted on for one thing: delusion.
At this point in time, however, their delusion has reached astonishing new heights, to the extent that they are literally hemorrhaging the very voter base that they desperately depend upon to stay relevant.
Consider the ultra-corrupt Stacey Abrams, for instance, whose popularity has tanked amongst Black Americans relative to 2018, in large part due to her complete disconnect from their true needs.
Rather than own up to the fact that a campaign based on hatred and lies is probably not the selling point most voters want to hear during a recession, Abrams instead blames mythical “misinformation.”
And, to illustrate her true divorce from reality, she goes as far as to suggest that her voting base apparently can’t figure out for itself what misinformation really is, especially when she can barely justify why she is faltering so significantly in the race despite having high school dropout Hollywood “stars” pump senseless millions into her campaign.
“I do not believe it’s because of a deep well of enthusiasm for my opponent. We know that black voters are often discounted, and unfortunately, this year, black men have been a very targeted population for misinformation. Not misinformation about what they want, but about why they want what they deserve. And my campaign has been the only one that has very intentionally, thoughtfully, and consistently reached out,” Abrams blathered.
Say what? “Not misinformation about what they want, but about why they want what they deserve?” What exactly was that again, Ms. Abrams?
Or did she simply bungle her prewritten script even more disastrously than the routine bungling of propagandist Jean-Pierre?
Moreover, if these voters have been subjected to any “misinformation,” it would be the total lie about BLM’s alleged “charity” actions, as the organization has since (unsurprisingly) been revealed to be nothing but a front for a few individuals to steal millions while doing exactly nothing for the communities they were tasked with helping.
Zaid Jilani of News Nation used far fewer words to detail precisely why Abrams is flailing on the eve of the midterm elections.
“I think there’s a pretty simple reason Kemp might be doing better with black men than he did in 2018. A few days ago he was at the groundbreaking of a Hyundai electric vehicle plant outside Savannah, the largest economic development in GA history. It’s jobs,” Jilani drawled.
Unfortunately, the delusion is not unique to Abrams, as Representative James Clyburn also railed against apparently Nazi conservatives during an appearance on “Fox News Sunday” host Shannon Bream.
“This is what happens in a country that follows what happened in Germany in the early ’30s. This country is on track to repeat what happened in Germany when it was the greatest democracy going, elected a chancellor who then co-opted their media, and that’s what’s going on in this country. That is what will lead to the destruction of this democracy,” Clyburn intoned.
Bream, rather taken aback by Clyburn’s incendiary remarks, pressed him to clarify.
“Are voters, though, out there listening to this message to infer from what you’re saying that if they don’t vote for Democrats in this election, that they are somehow supporting something akin to the rise of Hitler?” she asked in disbelief.
Clyburn, of course, continued on his deluded path, illustrating his best “pot calling the kettle black” moment yet.
“No, if they don’t vote against election deniers, if they don’t vote against liars, people who will lie, know full well they’re lying, we all know they are lying. This was cleanest election in the history of the country,” he raged.
Really? The “cleanest election in the history of the country?”
Talk about “lying” and “misinformation …”
Realizing that Clyburn is impossible to deal with in a rational manner, Bream noted the extreme offensiveness of his remarks, unfortunately to no avail.
“Congressman, you’ve repeatedly made comments about Hitler, about Nazism, about Germany in the 1930s in recent years. You’ve gotten a lot of pushback from that from Jewish organizations and others who say it belittles the suffering of the Holocaust, of the millions who were lost,” Bream pressed.
Of course, Clyburn dodged that remark entirely, instead bizarrely claiming he has received significant support from the Jewish community, offering no evidence as usual.
Regardless of the pitiable delusions of both Abrams and Clyburn, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger blew both states of delusion wide open by revealing the extent to which the midterm elections are, undoubtedly, proving to be hugely popular with Georgia voters.
“Georgia voters came out in near presidential-level numbers. County election directors handled that demand with the utmost professionalism. They navigated a whole host of challenges and executed seamlessly. They deserve our highest praise,” Raffensperger boomed.
Well over 2.5 million voters have cast either absentee or in-person ballots, and odds are excellent that they are swinging the state away from delusions and into solutions.
Author: Jane Jones