Days out from the midterm election Democrats have continued to rely on catchphrases and talking points to distract from actual pressing concerns facing voters and after hearing feedback from those impacted the most, pundit Donny Deutsch is “really scared about a bloodbath…”
The admission came Friday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” after a segment showing former White House press secretary Jen Psaki out on the street with canvassers attempting to manifest “Roevember.” Democrats have endeavored to make abortion a focal point, but out on the streets of Braddock, Pennsylvania where Senate candidate Lt. Gov. John Fetterman had been mayor, even a heavily edited interview with a mother of four showed the overturn of Roe v. Wade was far from a pressing concern.
“And then you see a woman who’s raising four kids on 400 bucks a week, and you go, ‘nothing else matters to her,’ there’s no argument other than, other than, ‘guess what we’re going to figure out a way to make bread more affordable to you.’ I mean, you know when it’s about survival, when it’s about these issues that, just, they can’t live,” Deutsch conceded.
“Now you can scare them and say, ‘it could get worse, they could take your healthcare away,'” he went on presenting an argument similar to one of the canvassers that Psaki accompanied. “I mean that’s a strategy to go but you know, if she is representative of a big part of the populace and she is, and now let’s even factor in people who have seen their IRAs, not a woman like that necessarily, but who have seen their IRAs going down 20-25%, it’s really tough and I’ve come on this show and talked a lot about that you got to scare people about the Republicans that are crazy people.”
“But even with the pending crazy, when you can’t afford to buy the stuff that were you able to buy a year or two or three years ago, it’s tough, tough sledding,” Deutsch said before concluding, “I hate to be a negative ninny over here…but I am really scared about a bloodbath in ten days from now.”
The pundit’s fears were met with pitiless sentiments of reaping what one sows down at the wire the evidence remained clear, no amount of massaging the message could make rational consumers accept that more of the same in Washington, D.C. wasn’t going to lead to continued struggles at home.
“Well well well if it isn’t the consequences of my own actions” – Democrats literally every day for the next month
— █ (@lordcizzle) October 28, 2022
They don’t want to correct what they did. They want to do more of it.
— TexasIsMine (@TexasIsMine) October 28, 2022
— Eddie from Acworth (@eddiemattingly) October 28, 2022
Meanwhile, as polling has continued to suggest that the anticipated red wave may prove even more substantial than earlier hopes, many were cheering on Deutsch’s prediction of a bloodbath and knowing full well that it is the only thing remotely capable of impeding the managed decline under President Joe Biden’s leadership.
One can only hope.
— Doug Charles (@DougCharles18) October 28, 2022
— JeffC (@JeffChrz) October 28, 2022
— Andy Schreiber (@andy_schreiber) October 28, 2022
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