The Democrats like to portray themselves as a unified party. Even their propaganda arm, the liberal media, presents an image of them voting lockstep in Congress with their votes. This is regardless of how lunacy the vote is.
Albeit, a closer observation proves otherwise of party unity. Come to find out, the Democrats united front is mainly for show. Like rabid dogs, Democrats will go after their own if one of them gets out of line. They will eat up a party favorite and spit them out without as much of a thought of regret or sorrow.
Case in point are the attacks on the once-party favorite Eric Adams, the mayor of New York City. Two years ago, he was the darling of the party, being the second black mayor in New York City’s history. He was the talk of the town with his sleek three-piece suits and earring.
That all changed, however, when he started speaking out against the influx of illegals coming to his sanctuary city. This is a complete change from the man who said New York City could handle them all. Now he says taking care of the illegals will bankrupt the City, and he blames the failed immigration policies of the Biden Administration.
And just like that, his favor in the party tanked.
The sharp-dressing hipster mayor now finds himself in the crosshairs of his party with two FBI investigations looking at his campaign staff and a sexual harassment claim against him.
His political career could possibly be nearing an end.
Who would better know about this than former Governor Andrew Cuomo? He, too, was a Democrat darling until he wasn’t. He failed out of favor when his fame started to outshine Joe Biden during an election year, and like clockwork, the Democrat apparatus went after him and brought him down.
Then there’s Senator Bob Menendez and Rep. Charlie Rangel — both popular Democrats. The latter ended up retiring after attacks. Menendez managed to fight off an attack by this party a decade ago, but only to find himself back in the crosshairs for daring to speak out against the Biden Administration.
With the recent tensions in Israel, the party is internally coming apart at the seams. Many young radical party activists have gone on blatant antisemitic rants in support of Hamas. The complete opposite stance that Biden and Kennedy-Democrats have had.
Even former Obama campaign spokesman and TV pundit David Axelrod recently went public saying Biden needs to be replaced by a younger, more competent candidate. Biden did not take the news well and reportedly called Axelrod an expletive.
Now ask yourself, does this sound like a strong and united party? Or is this a party ready to eat its own when one of them gets out of line?
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