Thursday, August 13, 2015

Why Is the Field of Democrat Presidential Candidates So Weak?

Christopher Jon Bjerknes

It is amazing and telling that Hillary Clinton is the only big name among that candidates the Democratic Party has fielded thus far. It is astonishing that Bernie Sanders is gathering so much support. Why is it that most celebrities are exceptionally liberal, but most of the celebrity candidates run as conservative Republicans? Is there no strong Democrat who would be king? Is bumbling Biden the best new option they have? Surely not!

Is the Democratic Party devoid of conservatives? Have they all crossed over? Why is it such a stretch that someone who identified as a Democrat twenty or thirty years ago would today declare themselves a Republican, when today only Republicans dare identify themselves as conservative, and even then at their own peril, what with the conservative media dominated by Trotskyite jews? Could it be that anyone who really cares about America simply refuses to run as a Democrat, knowing that if they speak the truth they will receive no support from the anti-White, anti-American party and its anti-White base?

If someone like David Duke were to enter the race, they might consider running as a conservative Southern Democrat in the old tradition. That would garner more attention than a Republican run, and inject a much needed pro-American and pro-White voice into the arena of the Democrats' field of candidates. Then there would be less preaching to the choir, and more outreach to unrepresented voters.