New Poll Finds Today’s Democrat Party Scares The Hell Out of Voters

What they’ve been calling the blue wave is turning out to be the blue swirl around circling the toilet bowl. The democrat party should scare any sane thinking person.

A new NBC-Wall Street Journal poll finds that today’s Democrat party scares the hell out of voters.

With party leaders like Maxine Waters pushing violence and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez pushing Socialism, Americans are turning away from the radical far left party.

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More than 56 percent of voters find the Democrat Party out of step with the American mainstream.

Joseph Curl at The Washington Times reported:

Let’s get right to the good stuff: In a new poll conducted by NBC News and The Wall Street Journal, just33 percent of those surveyed think the Democratic Party is “in the mainstream.” More than half (56 percent) consider them out of step.

Just two years ago in 2016, those numbers were far different: 48 percent mainstream, 42 percent out. That means the “mainstream” number has plunged 12.5 percent, a huge drop in just two years.

Man, it’s not easy being a Democrat these days.

Chief among the party’s problems (and they have many) is that the Democrats lack a leader. The last head of the party, Barack Obama, took his mojo with him when he left town, and he’s busy partying it up with Jay-Z and Beyonce in Paris. Meanwhile, 2020 is still too far away, so no one has yet emerged around whom the party faithful can rally.

And President Trump’s approval rating continues to climb. Read more TGP.

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