The Democrats’ Politics of Division

In recent years, the Democrats have pursued a strategy of division. They have tried to stir up hatred between races, animosity between the sexes, and envy of the successful, betting that they could thereby cobble together a winning political coalition. It hasn’t worked, fortunately, but it has done tremendous damage–perhaps irreparable damage–to America. The Democrats should be deeply ashamed, but of course they aren’t.

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The Democrats have divided but they haven’t conquered. I may be mistaken, but I suspect that the backlash against their politics of division has barely begun.


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