Monday, February 13, 2017

Liberal snowflakes are fighting and protesting President Donald Trump and they really don’t have a clue why. The man in the video below wants to become the next Democratic National Committee Chairman and he knows the reason and he’s not afraid to say it.

But, ironically, this may keep him from that position.

Former Labor Secretary Tom Perez blames his party’s ills on Barack Obama and the former president’s lack of helping to create a bench to build the Democratic Party on. Perez actually speaks the truth, but it’s not just Obama’s fault. Rep. Nancy Pelosi and Sen. Harry Reid were also responsible.

They thought they would be in power for the next 40 years and you see how that turned out.

Watch Perez explain on MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports” how then-President Obama didn’t pay “enough attention to party maintenance” and “party building.” It’s almost shocking to hear this coming from a Democrat, especially when the party marched in lockstep behind Obama for eight years.

Here’s the thing: I deal in common sense and truth. And what Perez says is the truth. Period. That Barack Obama’s administration led directly into the newly-minted Trump administration, along with giving Republicans control of Congress and the Supreme Court, shows just how ineffective the last president was.

But, at the end of the day, I really don’t care because the Democrats are not my political party. Although I am happy that Donald Trump is now president of the United States, despite the best, but lame, efforts of the Democrats.

What do you think of Perez blaming Obama for the destruction of the Democratic Party? Do you think he can win the DNC Chairmanship by saying that?

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H/T: – Breitbart

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