The Democrats are all about control, but the funny thing about control is that when you try to obtain too much of it, you begin to lose it. It’s like sand. The tighter you grip it, the more it slips through your fingers and you’re left with a mess that’s coarse and rough and irritating and it gets everywhere.
As has been pointed out numerous times by many outlets, myself, and my colleagues, Sen. Bernie Sanders was of the Democrat party but never with the Democrat party. His 2020 presidential run always seemed like something of an inconvenience for the Democratic National Committee. We know that because they treated it that way.
The funny part is, the entire reason that Sanders is as popular as he is is that the DNC made him that way. Inadvertently, mind you, but it was their doing. In fact, the entire radical wave that has struck the Democrat party is because they opened the door to this monster and have been letting it in for decades. It was only a matter of time before it infected the entire institution and put people in the party like Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib, and moved them into positions where they can sway the entire party into radical idealism.