THERE IT IS! Dem Senator Calls for Govt. ‘Take Over’ In Brutally Revealing Tweet

As usual, Democrats are reliant on young people to turn out and vote.

It sounds like a well-intentioned idea, but far from it.

You see, Dems need the youth of America to vote in their favor because they know that young people are impressionable, and, in many cases, have yet to fully mature. Therefore, they could benefit from some handouts.

That’s how liberals are elected and re-elected.

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Congressional Democrats have themselves yet to mature. If they had, they’d be voting Republican.

Check out the message Hawaii Senator Brian Schatz just sent regarding the upcoming midterm election, calling for a “take over”:

From Daily Wire:

Schatz was roughly six months late to the party. His icon, former President Barack Obama, whose presidential aspirations were supported by Schatz quite early, beat Schatz in knee-bending to the youth vote roughly six months ago:


Is Schatz suggesting a young person run against President Trump in 2020?

Will Schatz endorse a 69-year-old Elizabeth Warren for president?

How about a 75-year-old Joe Biden or a 77-year-old Bernie Sanders?

You see how easy it is to destroy a liberal argument? It only takes a second.

H/T: Twitchy

John S.
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