June 5, 2018, the “Super Tuesday” of the 2018 primary election cycle, was a great day for the Democratic Party.
The Blue Wave is gathering more momentum than ever, as our battle for control of Congress saw us pave the way for retaking the House of Representatives in several impassioned struggles to retake House seats in California and New Jersey.
There were also revealing elections in the Midwest and the South, underscoring the depth of Trump’s corrupting of the Republican Party and the different ways Democratic strategists intend to break their grip on red-state America.
Democratic women continued taking America by storm; it could not be more clear that 2018 is the year of the Democratic woman! After Hillary Clinton was cheated out of her rightful place in the White House, we needed leaders, and we got them. We are very proud of them.
The primaries, which took place in states all over the country, also underscored once and for all the defeat of the Bernie Sanders wing of the party. They’re done.
The New York Times said this morning that the results in yesterday’s primaries were a big win for the Democratic Party at the expense of the extreme left, and that pretty much says it all. They put up a good fight a few times, we’d like to congratulate them on that, and now it is time to move on. We need each other.
A big part of these victories came down to due diligence. Democrats have been working very hard, every single day, ever since the 2016 elections came to their catastrophic end. We dug our foxholes deeply, and we shored up our trenches well. We were ready for this.
All along, we’ve been concentrating our efforts on the construction of both devices and teams to run them. This serves the purpose of strengthening the larger Democratic coalition. Incidentally, this is how and why Millennial Democrats was born.
The goal is to get people to understand that they’ve got family ties with the other members of this resistance. We have fought a war together. We have worked hard to get out our message and to create teams capable of disseminating solid information.
Last night we proved what we can do when we all work together, by succeeding admirably in that goal in races all over the nation.
Democrats don’t need fake news. The real facts are universally in our favor. All we have to do is raise awareness. We have good answers to tough problems and have all along. We have a fantastic, progressive platform, and we have the means and expertise needed to achieve our goals. That is the difference.
For eighteen months and a week, we have all had to suffer through the daily pandemonium that is life under Donald Trump, and people are getting fed up. They are looking for a sane and decent alternative. That is what we have to offer.
When we show up at the polls next fall, we’re going to get our chance to show the world. I’m proud to be a part of that.