Democratic Congressman Puts His Own Party On Blast – And He’s Right!

A Democratic congressman has spoken out about his party and he says they are in the worst shape they’ve ever been in and that they need all new leadership. He also said that they should stop trying to out Trump Trump because they can’t do it. He says what they need to do is  “The answer to Trump is to actually do the right thing.

It’s to elect leaders who have the courage, to be honest about the problems that we face.” The problem is all the candidates that fit that bill are Republicans and very few of them.

So far, the stated platform for Democrats is to raise taxes, amnesty for 12 million illegals, open borders, decommissioning ICE  and lighter jail sentences for criminals. I’m guessing that’s not going to create a blue wave. Not even a blue ripple. And who is the current face of the party? Maxine Waters. Ouch. That’s going to leave a mark. Despite Republican incompetence, they could end up winning big in November. But only because Democrats are so much worse.

From The Daily Caller

Moulton added, “I think a new generation of leaders will come from many different corners of the party.”

In 2016, prior to the presidential election, Moulton implicitly compared then-candidate Trump to Hitler in Germany in the 1930, according to the Boston Globe. While denying that he was actually making the comparison, the congressman did suggest people read up on how Hitler rose to power in reference to Trump.

“I don’t think we should be trying to out-Trump Trump,” says Democrat Rep. Seth Moulton. “The answer to Trump is to actually do the right thing. Is to elect leaders who have the courage to be honest about the problems that we face.”

His party prioritizes illegals over Americans and that is a losing issue.

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