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"Established".. that ol buzzword? Oh you mean that the Victorious Sharice Davids

and Gretchen Whitmer? Two Progressive Women who are High Standard Dems.
https://twitter.com/VABVOX/status/1027182690678829058
https://twitter.com/emilyslist/status/1027181139344150528
https://twitter.com/gretchenwhitmer/status/1027675524846505985

So sad they're in strong denial about BS losing

3 high-profile primary elections this week.

In Kansas' 3rd Congressional District, Sharice Davids, a lesbian Native American, defeated Brent Welder, who had the backing of Sanders, Ocasio-Cortez and the Progressive Change Campaign Committee.

During the primary, incumbent GOP Rep. Kevin Yoder and his allies ran digital and television ads promoting Welder's progressive stands, in what was seen as a sly way to help him advance to the general election.

In Michigan's governor's race, Abdul El-Sayed, who like Welder, had both Sanders and Ocasio-Cortez in the state campaigning for him, finished 22 points behind Democratic primary victor Gretchen Whitmer.

El-Sayed had run aggressively on a state-based universal health care system and was aiming to become the country's first Muslim governor. Whitmer presented a more traditional profile as a state senator who promised to fix "crappy roads and schools."

Mike Trujillo, a Democratic consultant who worked on the Kansas congressional race for a third candidate, says Sanders has overestimated the breadth of his 2016 coalition.

"His coalition did include folks attracted to his policy stances, yes, but it was also a majority of 'Never Hillary' Democrats," says Trujillo. "Until Team Bernie understands his coalition is a fraction of a fraction of the Democratic Party which is fueled by women and people of color then these losses will continue to stack up."

Ocasio-Cortez suffered another loss in Missouri, where she had backed Cori Bush, a local activist who challenged Rep. William Lacy Clay, who has held the 1st Congressional District seat for 17 years.

https://www.usnews.com/news/the-run/articles/2018-08-08/the-far-left-is-losing


In Kansas' 3rd Congressional District, Sharice Davids, a lesbian Native American, defeated Brent..

Welder, who had the backing of Sanders, Ocasio-Cortez and the Progressive Change Campaign Committee.

During the primary, incumbent GOP Rep. Kevin Yoder and his allies ran digital and television ads promoting Welder's progressive stands, in what was seen as a sly way to help him advance to the general election.

In Michigan's governor's race, Abdul El-Sayed, who like Welder, had both Sanders and Ocasio-Cortez in the state campaigning for him, finished 22 points behind Democratic primary victor Gretchen Whitmer.


El-Sayed had run aggressively on a state-based universal health care system and was aiming to become the country's first Muslim governor. Whitmer presented a more traditional profile as a state senator who promised to fix "crappy roads and schools."

Mike Trujillo, a Democratic consultant who worked on the Kansas congressional race for a third candidate, says Sanders has overestimated the breadth of his 2016 coalition.

"His coalition did include folks attracted to his policy stances, yes, but it was also a majority of 'Never Hillary' Democrats," says Trujillo. "Until Team Bernie understands his coalition is a fraction of a fraction of the Democratic Party which is fueled by women and people of color then these losses will continue to stack up."

Ocasio-Cortez suffered another loss in Missouri, where she had backed Cori Bush, a local activist who challenged Rep. William Lacy Clay, who has held the 1st Congressional District seat for 17 years.

https://www.usnews.com/news/the-run/articles/2018-08-08/the-far-left-is-losing

Mahalo, Goth!

The narrative following the 2016 Rigging In was Absolutely

Wrong and self-centered for those trying to grab the spot light.

This tweet was before the "election"..
https://twitter.com/BernieSanders/status/794941635931099136
Thanks for the link to that article, brush!

All you have to do is read the Democratic Platform to know

the Democratic Party has moved to the Left.

https://www.democrats.org/party-platform

And, to know that BS' type politics Lost against these two progressive Women two nights ago.
https://twitter.com/VABVOX/status/1027182690678829058
https://twitter.com/emilyslist/status/1027181139344150528
https://twitter.com/gretchenwhitmer/status/1027675524846505985

The tide Turned for REALITY BASED Candidates like

Sharice Davids, Gretchen Whitmer, and William Lacy Clay.
https://twitter.com/emilyslist/status/1027181139344150528
https://twitter.com/gretchenwhitmer/status/1027675524846505985

Abby Huntsman, new co-host of The View, has a record of excusing bigotry and shilling for Trump

https://twitter.com/mmfa/status/1027619990546128896
Why do they need two of those?

Yeah, he was so damn "popular" his campaigning Against

Sharice Davids Failed.
https://twitter.com/VABVOX/status/1027178565853503488
BS' OR brand of politics lost against William Lacy Clay and Gretchen Whitmer.
https://twitter.com/daveweigel/status/1027196103991742465

Yeah, imagine how Happy many of us would be!

https://twitter.com/PeteSouza/status/1023599049222639618
Mahalo nui loa, she!

Of course he does..

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