2020 Is the Critical Mass Election

Arnold Ahlert ponders whether this is the critical mass election and whether our information war failure will cost us terribly:

Will leftist indoctrination in politics, business, media, Hollywood, and academia finally bear fruit?

The first two Democrat Party presidential debates last week were almost surreal. These contenders for the Oval Office openly espouse abortion up to the moment of birth, gun confiscation, free college, reparations for black, Native, and homosexual Americans, student-loan forgiveness, and the elimination of private health insurance for Americans, even though they’re willing to insure illegal aliens — who should be allowed to cross the border without consequences. Democrats are now so openly radical, even the virulently Never-Trump David Brooks is wringing his hands. “The party is moving toward all sorts of positions that drive away moderates and make it more likely the nominee will be unelectable,” he laments. Is that true? Perhaps. Or perhaps Democrats believe the 2020 presidential contest is the “Critical Mass Election” where decades of leftist indoctrination in politics, business, media, Hollywood, and academia finally bear fruit.

We begin with politics. During the entire tenure of his administration, Barack Obama’s 2008 promise to “fundamentally transform the United States of America” was pursued with vigor, right up to and through the 2016 election, where Democrats made it clear they were willing to do virtually anything — undermine the Electoral College, initiate articles of impeachment, invoke the Logan Act, the Emoluments Clause, and the 25th Amendment, or precipitate a 22-month, $35 million “Russian collusion” investigation — to overturn President Donald Trump’s election. And while they’ve have been spectacularly unsuccessful, two sobering realties intrude: one, Hillary Clinton, despite a documented record of wholesale corruption, and a horrendous presidential campaign where she dismissed half the nation as “deplorable,” still won the popular vote by a considerable margin. And two, Democrats handily captured the House in the 2018 midterms.

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