Dems Embrace BLM Rioters to Oust Trump


Stacey Abrams, the failed gubernatorial candidate out of Georgia now jockeying to be Joe Biden’s VP pick, is predicting a landslide victory for Democrats in November.

“We are in the midst of a public health crisis, an economic collapse, a deep distrust of our justice system. And we have a voting system that Republicans are doing their level best to make unusable as possible,” Abrams told MSNBC.

But will protesters translate into actual votes at the ballot box?

Democrats love to say young people 18-35 will be the difference in November, but Matt Langston, political consultant with Big Dog Strategies in Austin, says it hasn't happened yet.

“We hear it all the time about young people showing up and that this is the year. It's not the case. It's a lot easier for these kids to swing a bat than it is to go in and punch a ticket at the ballot box,” he says.

The left also pushes the myth they have black voters in the bag. Langston says black conservatives know the truth.

“They're getting far more actual successes. Far more actual ways of serving their community out of Trump than they have in any other president in recent history.”

At the same time, Langston says recent riots over George Floyd's death have turned off many suburban moms who Democrats were banking on this year.

“The riots and the reaction we've seen over the last several weeks has put law and order at the top of people's mind,” he says. “When you're in the suburbs raising a family, when you look at who is a law and order president, you don't picture Joe Biden.”


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