Democrat Leaders Are Literally At WAR With The Future

In a recent video, the “Ragin” Cajun followed true to his previous moniker by lecturing and berating younger Americans and outlining all the terrible things he thought would occur if former President Donald Trump were to win another term in office.

Longtime Democratic strategist James Carville raised eyebrows with his forecasts and his direct criticism of the younger people he seemed to be seeking to win over.

“If they succeed, there will be no more rights or government; theocracy will rule, and Christian nationalism will take root.” You don’t think the election is “essential to me; they are not addressing the problems I care about,” but that is okay, you little f***ing 26-year-old.

Carville’s remarks followed a disastrous CNN survey that portended serious problems for President Joe Biden’s reelection campaign. According to the survey, 55% of respondents thought the Trump administration had been successful, and more than half believed Biden’s presidency had failed thus far.

Carville added that he had been receiving concerns from people, especially younger ones, regarding Biden and Trump’s advanced age. Carville also co-worked with ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos during former President Bill Clinton’s 1992 campaign.

Young voters, James, just do not connect with this. Two candidates, one in their 80s and the other almost there, are worried about issues that Washington officials are involved in, and you really cannot hold them responsible for them. Before Carville lost it, MSNBC’s Ari Melber made a statement. “Oh my god, s***. F*** you!” he yelled, insisting that young Americans should still swallow their pride and cast ballots.

“Are you monitoring the Supreme Court proceedings?” inquired the experienced Democratic strategist. If you’re 26 years old, do you notice what they’re doing? Initially, they will remove any and all rights that you may have. Teach no one that the current Supreme Court is legal or morally legitimate. It doesn’t. It is there because of timidity, weakness, and arrangements.

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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