Victor Davis Hanson explores the factors that led to widespread defeats for Democrats in 2016 — and warns of trends within the party that may prevent it from commanding electoral majorities anytime soon.

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  1. PhilKolb Inactive

    Happily the dimoRats won’t listen to this great analysis and will stay in the weeds until like VDH states they suffer a humiliating defeat in 2018.  With likes of Schumer, Pelosi and Ellison if leadership roles, the voters will continue to see the faces that they have rejected.

    It seems the dims can not comprehend the impact of the EC and continue to bask in the “popular” vote meme.  Thank Almighty God that the Founding Fathers were not going to let the most populist states determine the outcome of elections. Just imagine what the nation would look like if the country was controlled by CA, NY, Il and New England (especially Vermont).

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  2. RufusRJones Member

    Just excellent. VDH for “Dictator Of Everything”.

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