Democrat Midterm Campaign Chief: ‘The Problem Is Us, Not the Voters’

The Democratic Party’s midterm campaign chief has warned that the Democrats themselves are “the problem” and “not the voters.”

Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney (D-NY), the man in charge of making sure the Democrats don’t get crushed in the ever-critical 2022 midterm elections, came clean to House Democrats during a party retreat in Philadelphia over the weekend.

“The problem is not the voters,” Malony told his fellow Democrats.

“The problem is us,” he declared.

“They think that we’re divisive and too focused on cultural issues.

“They think that we’re preachy.

“They think that we act like we know better than parents when it comes to their kids in schools.”

The solution, according to Maloney, is to be more like Democrat President Joe Biden.

“He is that person that, in many ways, we need to become,” Maloney said about how Biden interacts with voters.

“If there’s a kid with a stutter, the president’s gonna fall all over him.

“If there’s a cop or a firefighter who’s had a tough time, Joe Biden’s gonna wrap his arm around him.”

Former New York Democrat Rep. Max Rose, who is running for his old seat in 2022, will ignore Maloney and his national party, however.

“Now, when it comes to national Democrats, they’re not going to win this race either,” Rose said.

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“They can only lose it.

“Time and again, they come into this race with their high-powered consultants and absolutely no knowledge of what’s going on.”

In a sign of how bad it’s getting for Democrats now, even Beto O’Rourke has just come out against Critical Race Theory being taught in schools.

From Breitbart:

Texas gubernatorial candidate and former Rep. Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke (D-TX) came out against teaching critical race theory in schools Friday while parroting the talking point that it is only taught in law schools.

“We don’t see [critical race theory] being taught in our schools right now,” O’Rourke stated at a town hall-style event in Victoria, Texas. “It’s a course that is taught in law school.”

When asked by a member of the audience if he thought the indoctrination scheme should be taught in schools, O’Rourke broke with many in his own party, replying, “No, I don’t think it should be taught in our schools, yeah.”

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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