Democrats really don’t get it? After all this time, they think Trump and his allies are a cancer to elections.
In fact, some liberal groups spent cash helping Trump-backed candidates win their primaries. The thought process? Democrats assumed these Republicans would be easier to beat than RINOs.
Now, they are realizing just how dumb they are.
From The Western Journal:
[Democrats] are worried that, in an election that so many Democrats fear may end up being a “red wave” for the Republicans, the DCCC’s dirty-trick support for Gibbs may end up helping him win a seat in Congress, instead of simply ushering him into a losing position where he can’t beat the Democrat nominee in the general…
“Of course, it could backfire. And that’s part of the reason why I don’t think it’s a good idea. Not only do I think it sends the wrong message, but it’s substantively risky.”
You really have to wonder who the heck is making decisions within the Democratic Party, these days.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee has spent $435,000 on ads to help pro-Trump candidates during the primary races.
They seem to think that these America-first, very conservative candidates will lose to their radical, left-wing candidates.
Really? Throwing money at your rival because you think they’ll be easier to beat? Are they taking crazy pills?
The Republicans they are working against? Yeah, they are RINOs who, in some cases, voted against Trump during the left’s second impeachment.
Hmm… something tells me those imbeciles weren’t going to win the nomination, one way or another.
Believe it or not, Democrats tried this tactic before. Word is that, early in the 2016 GOP primary, Clinton actually tried to meddle to get Trump elected.
Reports suggested she thought he’d be the easiest candidate to beat. How did that work out for her?
It seems like Democrats never learn.
- Democrats spent money helping Trump candidates win their primary races.
- They assume Trump-backed candidates will be easier to beat in the general elections.
- But now, some Democrats are realizing this was a foolish mistake.
Source: The Western Journal