The Democrats don’t have much to cheer for these days. Their identity politics, bloated government spending, and irrational social justice stances have alienated them from everyday Americans.
After eight years of the most liberal president in history, we are far worse off than ever before. Obama’s great promises never came to fruition. We are divided by race and class, more so than we were in 2008. Obama’s government paved the way for outsider Trump to take over, thanks to the President’s radical choices and weak leadership.
Now, as very few liberals are coming to terms with this reality, we see the left just make excuses. The liberal media and DNC leaders only seem determined to make themselves wildly irrelevant, as they refuse to reform their toxic system and clean out the corruption. They continue to double down on their broken ideologies and put their trust in the people that got them into this mess in the first place.
They’re even entertaining fantasies that have no basis in reality.
That rapscallion Joe Biden is at it again. Donald Trump hasn’t even been sworn in, and Joe Biden is indicating he may run for President in 2020:
Vice President Biden on Monday raised the possibility of a presidential bid in 2020.
“I am going to run in 2020,” Biden told a group of reporters in the Capitol when asked about his political future. “What the hell man, anyway.”
But as is always the case with Biden, it’s hard to tell if he’s kidding or not:
Asked if he was kidding about running, the 74-year-old paused for four seconds before saying he is “not committing not to run.”
“I am not committed to anything,” he added. “I learned a long time ago, fate has a strange way of intervening.”
It would be surprising if Biden decided to continue his decades-long political career, which many assumed would end once President Obama and he leave the White House next month.
This is hardly worth the effort to report on. We know Joe Biden won’t run in four years. He had the chance to run this year, but did nothing. Perhaps he could have won against Trump, perhaps not. What we know for sure is that in four years time–when he’s 78–he certain won’t have the strength, energy, or support to make a play for the White House.
But liberals will cling to anything right now, so long as it prevents them from seeing the writing on the wall.
Unless they reform, and return to traditional American values, they will not be competitive in the future of our government.