Democrats and many Progressives bend themselves into knots trying to find a way to project their values to line up with some mythical center and in the process hypocritically screw most of us.
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Democrats are blessed with a plethora of candidates to choose from in the 2020 primary elections. Unfortunately, it seems like some of these candidates and the Democratic Establishment along with its wards, the purported Liberal mainstream media, and its pundits are working overtime trying to convince Americans that they must disregard candidates pushing policies that make their lives better in exchange for those gravitating to some mythical center.
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