Democrats Stunned After Trump-Backed Candidates Win Big

Democrats Stunned After Trump-Backed Candidates Win Big

by National Insiders

This week a series of run-off elections were held in states across America. Notable primary races were decided as voters chose who will face off in November. President Trump saw some big wins, with candidates he endorsed securing their nominations. But the results of Democrat races were less than promising.

For months, the liberal media has been saying Trump is doomed. They claim that their own polls prove that Joe Biden—a man with no vision and no brain—is going to win in November. The media has no evidence to support this claim. In fact, everything we’ve seen this year only proves Trump has the same momentum and enthusiasm he had in 2016—perhaps even more.

This week, several states held run-off elections to decide nominations for November. Trump was vocal about several candidates. Democrats were struggling between radical leftist candidates and the establishment. But the results of these races prove one thing: Trump’s finger is on the pulse of the country.

First, the big winner of the night was President Trump. Several Trump-backed candidates defeated their opponents and unquestionably benefited significantly from the president’s support. The most notable of these was former Auburn University football coach Tommy Tuberville, who defeated former senator and attorney general Jeff Sessions for the GOP nomination for a U.S. Senate seat in Alabama. Tuberville will face Democratic Sen. Doug Jones, considered a highly vulnerable incumbent.

Second, Democratic primary results show the party is deeply divided, complicating the Democrats’ path to winning majority control of the Senate and defeating Trump in the November election. [Source: Fox News]

It was a foregone conclusion that Republicans will win back their Alabama Senate seat from limp-wristed Doug Jones. But former Senator Jeff Sessions lost his chance, because Trump backed Tommy Tuberville. Other Republican candidates secured their nominations, after Trump put in the good word for them.

What’s also interesting to note is how these races reveal the deepening divide among Democrats. Republicans have long been united under Donald Trump’s America First agenda. Few Republicans will gain anything by defying the POTUS. But Democrats? They are splintering at the seams. Radical socialists are dragging the party over the left-wing cliff. So-called moderates—who have been in power for years—are losing ground.

But the party can’t decide which direction to go. As the radicals move further and further into Marxist territory (going as far as to defund the police), many Democrats struggle to stay in the center. They know that many Democrat voters—as well as independents and moderate Republicans—will in no way support the left’s radical agenda.

The problem is these “moderate” Democrat leaders have burned every bridge that could have saved them. They refused to work with Trump over the last four years, alienating any voter they need to win. They’ve sat back and let idiots like AOC run the show. Now, they face virtual extinction as insane Marxists try to take over the party.

Not that I’m all broken up about it.

Democrats have sold their souls to the socialist devil. Radicals are taking over the party, inch by inch, leaving the many moderate Democrat voters out in the cold. Numerous far-left candidates secured close wins this week or managed to come in a close second—signaling a big split in the party.

A split party can’t win general elections. The far-left Democrats won’t vote for moderates. And moderates will struggle to win the support of Bernie Bros and other voters who want a socialist America.

In a few short years, we might see the party completely fall apart. The radicals will break off and form their own group. Moderates will lose out big time and be forced to join America-hating socialists or join up with conservatives.

Either way, bad things are in store for the Democratic Party.

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