|Democrats have a message:"We're afraid to be progressive!"|
The Democrats can't figure out whether they're "Progressive, Moderate, or Centrist."
Democrats have lost every special election they've poured money in. And it seems like Republicans are having a bit of gloating knowing that all the "resistance" is failing the Democrats.
And now progressives are turning on the establishment. They believe that Hillary Clinton, Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL), and Rep. Steny Hoyer (D-MD) are too toxic and too out of touch with progressives.
Jon Ossoff's chances at "Flipping The Six" was a bust. He lost narrowly to Karen Handel, a Georgia state official who had once purged thousands off voter rolls. Ossoff was hammered for not being in the district and a mouthpiece of Nancy Pelosi.
The 6th Congressional District was held by Tom Price. He accepted a job as Health and Human Services Secretary for Donald J. Trump.
The district went to Trump by a few points. Price was elected with 30 point margins. Handel was elected by 5 points. The seat was heavily Republican.
|Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) is toxic says Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH).|
Ryan believes that Democrats will do much better not having Pelosi as the Minority Leader.
She is too toxic. Her name is dropped by Republicans and conservative agitators constantly.
Every time a candidate is running for office, the Republican ad buys often say the Democrat is a Pelosi/Soros/Clinton/Obama leftist, gun grabbing, tax increasing, elitist.
Pelosi, a former House Speaker held the position for four years. She was ousted when Republicans took control of the House in 2011. She has been the Minority Leader since. She is the current Representative of the 12th Congressional District of California, which enriches San Francisco city/county and parts of San Mateo County.
Ryan represents the 13th Congressional District of Ohio. His district covers Youngstown Warren, and areas of suburban Cleveland and Akron. He is currently trying to oust Pelosi as the Minority Leader because he feels that her leadership makes the party too polarizing and he wants fresh leadership.