Three individuals have been poison to the Democrat Party, and you wonder how the DNC will ever recover if those three refuse to disappear.
Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid are undeniably the most horribly damaging politicians ever to grace the Party of the Jackass.
Over the course of his nearly 10 years in office, Barack Obama masterminded a terrible and destructive agenda that tore our country asunder.
Between the aforementioned three, they managed to lose over 1,200 seats in the Senate, House, Governorships, and in the States Legislative Bodies and Assemblies. Not to mention the succeeding presidency.
That’s historically the worst performance by a two-term president while having for two of those years both the House and the Senate, then for four more, just the Senate, then of course, neither.
Since the election of Donald Trump, the Democrats have strung together another four losses that they deemed winnable, including the latest contest in Georgia.
So, enter the Savior, the Anointed, the Emperor, Barack Hussein Obama!
“Former President Barack Obama will return to the campaign trail this fall in an effort to stem a series of Democratic electoral losses, according to a report in the HuffPost.
Obama is expected to campaign for Virginia Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam, a rare decision for a former president.
The decision shows that Democrats appear helpless without Obama, hoping that he will help them recapture the magic.
Northam already has an eight-point polling lead over Republican candidate Ed Gillespie in the race, after the Republican nominee nearly lost his primary to challenger Corey Stewart.
A Quinnipiac University poll shows that 47 percent supported Northam, while only 39 percent backed Gillespie.
The state is currently led by Gov. Terry McAuliffe, the former Democratic National Committee Chairman during Bill Clinton’s presidency.”
Gillespie is another Republican Establishmentariat-type who very nearly lost in the primary to a Trumpian outsider-type in Corey Stewart.
Nevertheless, Stewart coyly endorsed Gillespie. Whether or not that will have an effect on the polls remains to be seen.
Suffice it to say, I believe Obama is choosing to stump for Northam because it appears to be an easy win.
That way, afterwards, he can pump his fist and say, “See how much influence I still have at my fingertips?”