In 2020, Democrat Joe Biden & Kamala Harris captured the Presidency and Vice Presidency in a hotly debated result fraught with voter fraud allegations. The Democrats won back the Senate (50-50) with 2 victories in runoff elections in Georgia in January. With both Houses of Congress and the Presidency, the Democrat agenda is ready to be unleashed on the populace beginning inauguration day, January 20, 2021. During the previous decade, the Democrat Party lost the House in 2010, Senate in the 2014 mid-term elections and President Obama's effectiveness ratings continued to decline. In 2016 they lost the Presidency to Republican Donald Trump. Democrat candidate, Hillary Clinton, failed to retain the White House with a similar coalition of young people, women and minority voters that swept Barack Obama into office in 2008. Yet the coalition did not show up in the force needed. The Democrat candidate won the popular vote in reliably blue states (California, Washington, Illinois, New York, Massachusetts, etc) as a result of overwhelming majorities in major coastal metropolitan areas like LA, SF, Seattle, NYC, Boston, Washington DC). They failed miserably in the heartland and in other blue states in the rust belt (Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin) and lost a total of 30 states giving a landslide electoral college victory to the Republican candidate. The Democrats have lost over 1,000 seats at the national, state and local levels nationwide in the past 7 years. In 2018 Democrats took back the House over negative reactions to Donald Trump & the Russian Investigation hovering over the political landscape.

Does the left really represent the politics of 'love'?

from The Gray Area:

The left likes to portray Reps as hateful and Dems representing love. This tweet below, illustrate where hate resides today in US politics.

This example from Georgetown University, willustrates the all too familiar intolerance, censor, cancel culture & fascism of the 'woke' left, as students and protestors try to disrupt a speech by former VP Mike Pence.

from FoxNews,

"It seems to me that having served many years in Washington, leaders in this nation’s capital have never been more out of touch," Pence said as the students were exiting the building. "More intent on imposing their agenda or walking out on people that might have a different point of view."

The audience remaining in the auditorium cheered and applauded after Pence delivered that line. "Hate has no home here," protesters gathered outside the event could be seen chanting in a video posted by Young America's Foundation.

Young America's Foundation said it was quickly able to fill the seats with Pence supporters waiting outside.

Pence, who many believe is considering a presidential run in 2024, emphasized a message of tolerance during the speech and called for the restoration of civil discourse. "I really do believe you can say to somebody they’ve got bad ideas without saying they’re a bad person," Pence told the crowd. "I hold the view and have for many years that democracy depends on heavy doses of civility."

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