Dem Rep: ‘Only reason to vote Republican is if you’re really wealthy, really racist, or both’

Democrats short on selling points, given the state of the U.S. economy today under their tenure, are dutifully proceeding with the 2022 midterm marching orders to demonize Republicans as extremists, a ploy that foments hatred and relies on divisive talking points that paint those on the right as evil threats to America to stir their otherwise apathetic base.

And while most Democrats seem to be madly in love with the twisted caricature they have created to demean their counterparts across the aisle, their continued employment of this strategy shows just how out of touch they are with reality. It’s also a great indication of why more and more Hispanics have come to reject the Democratic Party’s radical left dogma that tears at the values they share with so much of the country.

Still, Colorado state Rep. Steven Woodrow took his zealotry to a whole other level in a tweet he shared over the weekend: “The only reason to vote Republican is you’re either really wealthy, really racist, or both. Everything else is a rationalization.”

The left has long demonized the wealthy — even though some will argue today that their party has evolved into the party of the affluent — but his tweet simply has no basis in reality, be it the blind ignorance of his own party’s failures or the over-the-top generalization of Republican voters who make up the bulk of America’s heartland.

Gad Saad was so perturbed by Woodrow’s smug arrogance, he took multiple shots at the Democrat while reminding him that some 80 million people vote Republican, but here are the two most sizzling responses.

“Exactly. If you prefer soft-on-crime policies, open borders, drag queens twerking whilst teaching first graders how to read, the teaching of critical race theory, and the rejection of the scientific method as the means for pursuing truth, vote @thedemocrats! It’s rational,” he tweeted.

Coming back for a second swing at the low-hanging fruit, Saad added, “Imagine being so deluded, so arrogant, so smug, so intolerant as to feel emboldened to write such a tweet. It is difficult to understand how these people run for office. Zero dignity. Zero honor. Zero political virtue. Nothing but divisiveness and hate.”

Here’s a sampling of other responses to the story from Twitter:

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