As we look at the results of the recent elections, one thing is abundantly clear: Americans do not like the radical left.
There may be small factions that make a lot of noise.
There may be extremist ideologies that have cloaked themselves in socially acceptable themes.
But when the rubber meets the road, when the real agenda is exposed, the vast majority of Americans reject the goals of the radical left.
It is true individuals like Alexandria Ocasio Cortez remain popular. And it is true there is a battle for the soul of the Democratic Party, which continues to lean further left.
But it’s also true the Democrats knew they needed someone like Joe Biden, perceived to be more moderate, if they were to defeat Trump.
That’s because America, for the most part, tends to lean centrist if not centrist-right.
And that’s why the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement, which began with such fanfare, quickly lost some of its luster when its fangs were exposed.
Naturally, Americans stood up en masse to protest racism. We united to say, “Where there is unfair and unequal treatment of our Black brothers and sisters, we stand against it.”
But when BLM’s violent, socialist side began to emerge, many Americans stepped back.
As reported by Pew Research Sept. 16, “As racial justice protests have intensified following the shooting of Jacob Blake, public support for the Black Lives Matter movement has declined, according to a new Pew Research Center survey. A majority of U.S. adults (55%) now express at least some support for the movement, down from 67% in June amid nationwide demonstrations sparked by the death of George Floyd. The share who say they strongly support the movement stands at 29%, down from 38% three months ago.”
That’s why the BLM website removed the “What We Believe” page a couple of months back. The more people knew what the organization really stood for, the less support they would have. (To this day, most Americans still don’t know the whole story. The more they do, the less they support it.)
We united by the millions in proclaiming that Black lives really do matter. The same could not be said when it came to supporting a Marxist-based, transgender-activist agenda that wanted to dismantle the nuclear family.
If you want to succeed, then you best hide or disguise that stuff.
It’s the same with the “defund the police” movement. As a Washington Post reporter tweeted after the elections, referencing a conference call with a Virginia Democratic candidate who narrowly won reelection: Abigail Spanberger on the Democratic caucus call: “We lost races we shouldn’t have lost.
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SOURCE: Charisma News