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You will learn and understand how the left thinks on the two planes its one, one of the best pieces I have read in a long time (about 3 min reading time)lDaniel Greenfield’s article: Anti-Social Left vs Anti-Economic Left
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Anti-Social Left vs Anti-Economic Left
Posted: 10 May 2017 09:43 AM PDT
The Democrats have ended their unity tour more divided than ever. Unlike Republican quarrels, their war is mostly ignored by the media. And yet it will define what the left and its plan to take over the country will look like.

When Hillary lost, she didn’t just lose the White House. She also lost the DNC. Her loyalists, already discredited for their brazen tampering to disenfranchise Sanders supporters, had to make way for Obama’s people. The Clinton legacy is over. The Dems belong to Obama now. Or do they?

When Obama inherited the DNC from the Clintons, he also inherited their bitter enemy.

Barack Obama and Bernie Sanders are the leaders of the two sides in the Dem civil war. The shots are already being fired. As usual, they are coming from the insurgent Sandernistas.

Keith Ellison, Bernie’s man to take over the DNC, fired the first shot, blaming Barack for Dem losses.

“Obama could have been a better party leader, and I think that the fact that he wasn’t, has put his legacy in jeopardy,” he charged. "We lost a lot of state House seats, governorships, secretaries of states… he can’t say that he wasn’t part of those losses. I mean, who else?”

Who else indeed? It’s an obvious question that can’t be asked in Dem circles. Obama is the only truly national figure that the party has. And he has used the fall of the Clintons to take over the DNC.

Sultan Knish: Anti-Social Left vs Anti-Economic Left