Washington Post columnist claims Democrats being swept away in the Midterms is actually a “good thing” for the radical left party

Democrats are desperate to preemptively cope with or deny their upcoming crushing defeat. Some liberal rags and media outlets still claim that Democrats have a chance, despite virtually every poll showing them losing heavily across the US during the November Midterms. This Washington Post column, however, finally admits that Democrats will lose–but they say it’s a “good thing” for the radical left party’s future.

Washington Post columnist Matt Bai argues that Democrats will lose the House, possibly even the Senate, but that this will allow them to retain the White House in 2024. His reasoning is ridiculous.

Bai insists over and over throughout his article that Republicans are “crazy” and that that “craziness” will allow Biden to come off as a moderate in 2024 (which implicitly admits that he is not a moderate currently) and maintain the White House.

“But everything we know about modern politics suggests that the best way — maybe the only way — for a Democrat to be re-elected is to also be the last guy standing between the broad American electorate and a whole lot of Republican crazy.”

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“These aren’t the conservative revolutionaries of 1994 or even tea-party types of 2010. This is the mutant-gene version of a Republican uprising, a full-on crazy-eyed dystopian movement of conspiracists and authoritarians.” the maniacal leftist writes.

Bai believes that Republicans are “crazy” and “authoritarian,” which psychologists call projecting. The Democratic Party has proven itself time and again to be the party of radicals and totalitarians, and most voters know this.

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“Biden will look like Abraham Lincoln by comparison,” Bai writes conveniently ignoring that Lincoln was a Republican and not a failure of a Democrat.

This insulting line of reasoning can best be summed up as wishful thinking from a deranged Democrat radical.

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