The idea of progressive leadership is a ticket to bankruptcy, high taxes, high crime, and the people live in absolute misery. Ask the people who live in Portland? Talk to a New Yorker who has undergone the fastest transformation of NY becoming a shithole under Bill de Blasio.
This is no exaggeration!
It's "real life" people where it matters most. Okay? Progressive, liberals, or the woke can imagine all they want in the academic lounge at college. But, in the real? It turns too shit pretty quickly because pie-in-the-sky does not work!
David Harsany, New York Post
It remains something of a mystery why there is so little apprehension among liberal pundits and leading Democrats about the similarities between battleground-state polling for the 2020 presidential election and the 2016 contest pitting President Trump against Hillary Clinton — which as you might recall did not turn out as expected.
Consider the case of Wisconsin.
The RealClearPolitics average had Clinton up 6.5 points in Wisconsin on Election Day in 2016. In August of that year, she had been hovering at a 11.5 point advantage. Not a single poll featured on RCP during the entire campaign showed then-candidate Donald Trump winning the state. Yet when the chips were down in November, Trump had won the Badger State by fewer than 20,000 votes, edging out Clinton with a 0.7 percentage point average.