The past several months have not been kind to the Democrats.
In fact, the last national election was a disaster. Not only did they fail to gain a majority in either house of Congress, but the spectacular defeat of Hillary Clinton by Donald Trump must have them wondering how things could have gone so wrong.
And it’s not getting better for them.
They’ve resorted to instigating investigations and making absurd allegations, none of which have gone anywhere.
And their recent losses in special elections for Congress can only add to their discouragement.
This discouragement, and perhaps other factors, have hit them where it really hurts – in their fundraising activities, with their May results being the worst in fourteen years.
People get tired of supporting losers, and right now about all the Democrats are successful in doing is making outrageous statements.
Via Washington Examiner:
“The Democratic National Committee raised nearly $4.3 million in May, making it the organization’s worst May on record for fundraising since 2003, according to newly released Federal Election Commission data.
In May 2003, the Democratic group pulled in $2.7 million. Although 2017 is an off-year for fundraising, the DNC has raised between $4.5 million and $20 million every May in the nearly decade and a half since then.
The low number follows another rough fundraising month in April, in which the group hauled in $4.7 million, making it the worst April of fundraising since 2009.”
So what’s their plan? We would suggest they put muzzles on Nancy Pelosi and Maxine Waters, but we don’t want to help them.
DNC President Tom Perez is on the job, and says, “‘Well again, I got there on March 1. And so, I was the first to say, we have a lot of rebuilding to do,’ Perez said on NBC.”
That’s an interesting comment, and actually he’s right, but can we be sure he realizes what he just said?
“Rebuilding” would imply something was allowed to deteriorate or was damaged.
Is he saying the the DNC must be “rebuilt” in the aftermath of the misgovernment of Barack Obama and the political wrecking ball of the Hillary Clinton campaign?
Perez might want to watch his words, lest he find himself looking for another job.
Source: Washington Examiner