Loser Love: Democrats Adore Their Losing Candidates as Victims of Oppression
If it hasn’t dawned on you yet, the Democrats absolutely adore their losers. A losing Democrat candidate is seen not as a choice rejected by voters, but as a martyred victim of injustice, in perfect keeping with the classist, Cultural Marxist, Bolshevist profile that dictates their entire world view.
Stacy Abrams, Beto O’Rourke, Andrew Gillum…these people are anointed messiah not in spite of their inability to rig elections enough to win, despite spending $70-million in some cases to secure a U.S. Senate seat, but because they were victimized, held back, held down and marginalized by the same hateful white culture that they preach against in mobilizing their hateful, ignorant followers in their Marxist push for the undoing of America.
What Stacey Abrams and all the rest are saying symbolically and explicitly to the American people is that elections are evil and harsh and painful and that no human being who tries their best in an election contest deserves to be kept out of power. “It’s just not fair.” Because Democrats deserve to be in power. Because they just love people so much more than other people do.
The message is being bullhorned loud and clear that elections, the Electoral College, voting age limitations and even voter registration are obstacles to “Democracy.” Elections are obsolete. Because Democrats deserve perpetual power. Because they love humanity in ways that are superhuman.
It’s settled science.
The message from Democrats is that all that really matters in a contest is “The leader who really cares about the common people.” And, “The one who truly lives in the hearts of the people.” And, the one engaged, in “The Struggle,” for the common people. “My Struggle.”
And after all, who struggles more than a political loser, rejected by cruel, white, racist culture in the most prosperous capitalist market in the history of the world?
If those slogans don’t sound familiar in English, they might in other languages. They are exactly the phrases used by Hitler in Germany, Joseph Stalin in Russia, Fidel Castro in Cuba and Mao Tse Tung in China’s Cultural Revolution.
Combined death toll, 165-million.