The Democrat Party and the mainstream media have now had 100 days to get used to the idea that Donald Trump is their President too. Unfortunately, like a petulant child, they continue to fuel their rage with outlandish remarks, charges, and outright lies. The have plastered themselves to the ceiling and cannot let go. It is time for them to realize that this is not energizing their base. The identity politics is not working.
As Written By Joseph Smith at The American Thinker
Amid the flurry of reports on Trump’s first 100 days, one thing is for certain: the president has produced “100 days of Democratic rage,” as a Politico column by Gabriel Debenedetti is titled.
Debenedetti contends that the furious display of outrage and resistance by the party base against President Trump has allowed the Democratic Party to delay a reckoning with its “serious problems”:
Yet Trump’s first 100 days in office appear to have resuscitated the party, if for no reason other than the rank and file loathe him so deeply and furiously. Grass-roots activism and organizing is surging.
… But while the president has generated a vibrant culture of resistance on the left, it’s obscuring the depth of the hole in which the Democratic Party still finds itself.
The party’s damaged brand was a factor in the party’s narrow defeat in the recent Georgia special election, according to Ohio Democratic Rep. Tim Ryan: “We had a great candidate and great energy running under a very negative brand.”
Politico observes that the party has “infrastructure” problems as well:
Democrats got dragged back into a redux of the presidential primary fight between Hillary Clinton and Sanders during the first month of Trump’s presidency in the race for the DNC chairmanship between former Labor Secretary Tom Perez and Minnesota Rep. Keith Ellison……….
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