President Trump just described the latest radical moves to the left by Democrats as “strange”:

“The Democrats are getting very ‘strange.’ They now want to change the voting age to 16, abolish the Electoral College, and Increase significantly the number of Supreme Court Justices. Actually, you’ve got to win it at the Ballot Box!” – PDJT

The Fox News analyst below nails it in his description of why the Democrats are pushing these radical changes:

Matthew Continetti of the Washington Free Beacon explains what’s going on with Democrats in the best way possible:

“The Democratic argument isn’t with any single one of these things: it’s not only with the Electoral College, it’s not only with the 26th Amendment, it’s not only with the state of the Supreme Court, it’s not only with equal representation of small states in the United States Senate. The Democratic argument is with the Constitution of the United States of America. The argument is because the left cannot win its arguments when they present them publicly, and in order to win, they need to change the structure.”

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The best part of Continetti’s comments had to be the very last sentence:

“They are changing the Constitution of the United States, whose structure is there to preserve individual liberty…Barack Obama said he was audacious…THIS is audacity.”

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Liz Warren and Beto O’Rourke both want to ditch the Electoral College. Nancy Pelosi wants to lower the voting age to 16.

O’Rourke also wants to expand the Supreme Court.

More to come from other candidates…no doubt!

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