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1. Let's take two case studies that are almost exactly the same except each case study occurred in a different political party. I think these two case studies tell someone a lot of information that the powers that be want to be kept quiet.
2. The first case study is the defeat of Joe Crowley by Cortez. Crowley wasn't some lowly congressman. He was a part of the ruling Dem congressional leadership.
3. This defeat was a surprise. Massive surprise. She is an avowed Democrat socialist/Marxist. Very left wing. Her platform includes such things as abolishment of ICE, gov healthcare, full employment guaranteed by the federal government(pure 100% Marxist)
4. So how did the Dem party/media handle this surprise. The NY senator came out the next day calling for ICE to be abolished. The media presented her as a savior made her star guest of Sunday shows. The Dem leadership didn't fully embrace her but they didn't exile her either.
5. In other words the Dems for the most part ran towards and embraced the fringe of their base with open arms and with the complete endorsement of the media.
6. Okay case study #2 Dave Brat defeats Eric Cantor in 2014. Again Brat's victory was a surprise against one of the top people of the GOP congressional leadership. He ran as a conservative/tea partier to the right of cantor.
7. His platform contained such things as being against Illegal immigration, gov bailouts, and out of control spending.
8. So how did the GOP establishment /media handle this surprise. The media talked of a civil war in the GOP party. They called him a radical. The GOPe ran away from Brat. They dropped their amnesty plan and never talked about Illegal immigration again until Trump.
9. There were no calls of Brat being the new face of the GOP party. The gope spent the next 2 years trying to move away from Brat's agenda. And they kept trying to push amnesty up to June 2018.
10. It's pretty easy to see that the establishment(gope/Dem/uniparty) and media embraced the person who would move the country way to the left but shunned the person who would move the country to the center/ right.
11. A couple other things can be seen from these two case studies. Both the base of the GOP and the Dems have rejected their leadership because everyone knows the people in DC no longer speak for the people just their donors.
12. The Gope tried to ignore the revolt and act as if nothing happened and did so for 2 years until Trump made that strategy impossible.
13. The Dems are moving hard to the left in answer to the upset. That might be the best political play if their left wing hadn't already moved so far to the left that the only thing that would appease them at this point is a socialist revolution. #WalkAway
14. The two victories show that the people want change. That the leadership of the uniparty doesn't want change. That if change is too come the uniparty would much rather have a socialist revolution instead of a return to a Constitutional Republic.
15. That the Dems base have gone full Marxist and should be treated as such. No more pretending that the Dems aren't pushing for a socialist revolution.
16. These as well as other things can be seen from these case studies and the reactions to them. Too bad we no longer have a free press who would explain this to the public at large.
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