Schumer can no longer “unite Democrats,” as he is the very symbol of what has come to divide people. He’s a Clinton wing corporatist who opposes single payer Medicare for All, and is bent on its destruction while similarly bent on stringing voters along, pretending he’s sympathetic, when he’s not. He’s paid by insurance and pharmaceuticals to lie to voters about supporting their health care, when he supports the CEOs profiteering off our deaths, instead.
He’s part of the whole DP aristocracy bullshat that cheated Bernie Sanders on the primary, propelled Trump into the GOP nomination, and was too stupidly enamored with their own entitlement issues, to see the trees from the forest - to even fight to win the general. Just like they’re too stupid to fight to win anything of material significance for Main St vs Wall St. Just like they’re bought and owned. Just like they can’t even vote to impeach Trump if they don’t have the approval of the GOP. Just like they’re a bunch of spineless wimps.
We don’t support Trump - but they do. We didn’t invent him - but they did.
No way will I stand with these corporate Democrats on really anything at this point. Who would Hillary Clinton appoint? Probably someone who could even more effectively than a GOP appointee - hammer nails into a coffin for single payer - like Nancy Pelosi and her miused “talents” in writing ACA legislative loopholes (for whom, that is).
Let them stand behind the American People on Single Payer and get the money from the insurance and pharmaceuticals out of the Party they have been so effectively destroying for a number of decades, already.
Yes, indeed. This is war, Chuckie.We can’t decide whether or not to vote for you - but we sure as hell can decide whether or not we stand with you - and you and Nancy Pelosi’s constituents of voting sheeple - can stick that in their pipes and toke it - the next time they go to the polls and are too paranoid to vote for better candidates than yourselves who represent real change and the values of real Americans, not corporations.