Democracy Is A Great Thing Until The Left Get Involved
Democracy is a great thing it allows the people to decide who will represent them in the government. But some Democrats have shown that they would rather handpick their candidates and cut the voters out of the equation.
This is the DNC during the Sanders-Hillary race all over again. Where we all now know that Hillary rigged the election. Instead of a Presidential election, it was a Colorado House seat in a race between Democrats Jason Crow and Levi Tillemann. The House Minority Whip, Steny Hoyer, went out to tell Tillemann to back out as he was not who they wanted to win. Which was an odd choice as Tillemann had a fair lead and was favored to win.
Tillemann decided he wanted evidence of this meeting. So he recorded the meet and let the world see the level of corruption in the Democratic party.
“With Hoyer in Denver, Tillemann met the minority whip at the Hilton Denver Downtown to make the case that the party should stay neutral in the primary and that he had a more plausible path to victory than the same centrism that Coffman had already beaten repeatedly.
Hoyer, however, had his own message he wanted to convey: Tillemann should drop out.
In a frank and wide-ranging conversation, Hoyer laid down the law for Tillemann. The decision, Tillemann was told, had been made long ago. It wasn’t personal, Hoyer insisted, and there was nothing uniquely unfair being done to Tillemann, he explained: This is how the party does it everywhere.
Tillemann had heard the argument before from D.C. insiders and local Democratic bigwigs, all of whom had discouraged him from challenging the establishment favorite. The only difference was that for this conversation, the candidate had his phone set to record.”
Rep. Ben Ray Luján, D-N.M., chair of the DCCC, has a “policy that early on, we’d try to agree on a candidate who we thought could win the general and give the candidate all the help we could give them,” Hoyer told Tillemann matter-of-factly.
“Yeah, I’m for Crow,” Hoyer explained. “I am for Crow because a judgment was made very early on. I didn’t know Crow. I didn’t participate in the decision. But a decision was made early on by the Colorado delegation,” he said, referencing the three House Democrats elected from Colorado.
“So your position is, a decision was made very early on before voters had a say, and that’s fine because the DCCC knows better than the voters of the 6th Congressional District, and we should line up behind that candidate,” asked Tillemann during the conversation.
“That’s certainly a consequence of our decision,” responded Hoyer.”
Listen to To The Recording In The Video Below.
Pelosi backed Hoyer in his election tampering.
“At her weekly press conference, Pelosi claimed that she didn’t “see anything inappropriate in what Mr. Hoyer was engaged in conversation about.” Further, she dismissed the manipulation as “if the realities of life is that some candidates can do better in the general than others, then that’s a clear-eyed conversation that we should be having.”
It still Mystifies me that we never went after the DNC for the Sander-Hillary Primary. But as you can see it is not an isolated incident. The Democrats are not listening to their constituents. They are interfering with Democracy and our electoral process. This needs to stop. Elections should be determined by the will of the people, not businesses.
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