Why Are Liberals Destroying Themselves?


There seems to be a strange trend within the liberal community of self-destruction. Not exactly sure why. In all honesty in any community there is the danger of its members turning on each other, especially when power and greed are present.

We saw that in the Republican Party during the 2015-2016 primaries. Donald Trump’s shocking rise in popularity made many conservatives terrified. Early on, they didn’t understand his motives or agenda. Was he doing this for fun? Did he mean what he said, or was he going to back out and destroy our chances? That gave rise to the NeverTrump movement.

Yet where Trump succeeded in pulling the majority of the party together to accomplish something many considered impossible, the left is very good at driving people apart.

I can go on and on about how factions within the political left so frequently eat each other. I can cite how Black Lives Matter and minority college students demand—of all things—segregation. They consider even complicit, liberal white people the enemy (try to figure that one out).

Or I can go back and cite the fragmenting of the Women’s March movement, when they turned on pro-life feminists or how, again, racial activists were demanding white people be at the back of the parade (so much for equality).

I can even cite the recent story of Hillary Clinton, who has been going on a blame game tour in recent weeks. I’m not sure why she thinks we care; she lost the election. It’s time for her to ride off into the sunset. It's almost as if she has to prove to the world she was a victim- as if we need her to tell us what really happened.

Fitting, considering she and most liberals don’t think Americans are smart enough to think on our own.

Clinton has blamed Russia, James Comey, Barack Obama, racism and sexism for her loss. Apparently, all those things weren’t enough, because she’s now blaming the Democratic Party. Here it is in her own, confusing words.

“I set up my campaign and we have our own data operation. I get the nomination. So I’m not the nominee of the Democratic Party. I inherit nothing from the Democratic Party…”

“I mean it was bankrupt, it was on the verge of insolvency, its data was mediocre to poor, nonexistent, wrong,” Clinton responded. “I had to inject money into the DNC to keep it going.” (Milo)

Really? The DNC was insolvent? The party with a sitting president and many supporters around the country? This massive, national political party lacked the funds to run a presidential campaign?

Not that a lack of cash would be a big problem for Clinton, who reports say had over $2 billion in her campaign. Plus, she’s rich. To blame the DNC for having a poor data operation is even weirder—and is a clever mask to hide the truth. I mean, do you even understand what that means?

She went on to claim that the Republican Party—which failed to get a man elected in 2008 and 2012—had a better system in place. Sure. We’re buying that.

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