#DemExit Trends, Signaling Major Trouble for Democrats In the Future

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., speaks at the Polk County Democrats Steak Fry, in Des Moines, Iowa, Saturday, Sept. 21, 2019. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik)

It’s almost become something of a trend to “exit” an establishment, and thank the good Lord above, a lot of the exiting is being done from leftist establishments. Namely the European Union across the pond, and the Democrat party here in America.

The most popular of the “exits” here in the states is, of course, “Blexit,” or the mass exodus of the black community from a Democrat party that it has been in an abusive relationship with for decades. The move has been a long time coming and found its legs thanks in part to people like Candace Owens and, of course, Kanye West.

However, it would appear that it’s not just the black community that has chosen to get out of Dodge when it comes to the Democrat party. It would appear a Twitter hashtag has popped up that now features users urging their fellow Democrats to follow them out of the party that has now forsaken them.

Before we get excited, we should understand that much of this is due to the fact that despite Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) staying in the race, he’s not likely to win anything further in terms of delegates. Former VP Joe Biden has pretty much secured the nomination and we’re about to watch history repeat itself. The Democrat party is about to split in a major way, with Sanders supporters going in various direction, including the Republican party.

As I said in a recent video about the DNC backstabbing Sanders, one in 12 Sanders voters actually threw their vote in for Trump. Whether it’s out of agreement with certain policies or simply out of spite, it doesn’t matter.

What matters is the DNC is once again crippled thanks to an entire group of Sanders voters who are salty about their candidate’s loss and blame, not themselves, but a nebulous “they” for their troubles.

Nevermind that Sanders was leaning on the youth vote who didn’t turn out to support him when push came to shove. They’re perfectly willing to blame the rest of the Democratic party for Sanders going from hero to zero and don’t think they won’t take it out on Sanders either.

And so on and so forth.

I want to be clear. I don’t want you to think that this is a reason to get lazy. A split in the Democratic party is incredibly helpful to the Republican party and the Trump campaign’s victory, however, the significance of this can’t be overstated.

The Democrat party is in shambles thanks to its own embrace of radicalism. The drug that is social justice and socialism that so energized it is now making it nearly impossible to do anything serious, be it supporting a candidate or impeaching a president.

I don’t expect this “DemExit” to stick, and I fully expect many to come back to vote for Biden during the general election. That said, a house divided cannot stand and as Sanders slowly loses his grip on the 2020 race, you’re going to watch a hoard of Democrat voters go with him. They’ll write him in, go to other parties, or just stay home.

Trump is going to have a hard time losing in 2020.

 

Brandon Morse
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