When President Barack Obama was elected President of the United States, the Democratic Party establishment believed it had finally found its fool-proof formula for winning elections — building coalitions based on racial identity.
This intersectional coalition was built on the idea that white people in America have had their turn, and it’s time for fresher, browner faces to take charge. Of course, this also includes women, homosexuals, and whatever else — anyone except straight white men and their loving wives and daughters.
Now, with the 2020 presidential campaign already in play — because that’s how elections work now — Democratic leaders have began feeling out their base to see which intersectional face they can throw at the rest of us next. Well, the numbers are in, and the top four candidates are probably the whitest people in the country. It’s only when you get to the number five preference where you start to see that intersectionality creeping back in.
So, what happened to the Democratic Party being the party of the oppressed minority? Apparently, none of that matters when you actually ask the base what it wants.
See Michael Knowles break everything down on this poll in the video below.
~ Conservative Zone