Progressives need to recognize that their alliance with the privileged wealthy and the desperate poor is squeezing America’s middle-class and poisoning America’s politics, admits the author at the very establishment, fashion-focused monthly, Vanity Fair.T.A. Frank shows that the Democratic Party likely will increasingly serve the very wealthy while distracting poor people and liberal political activists with a circus of vanity-boosting theater, such as “immigration rights” or forcing schools to accept a tiny number of “transgender” youths into schools’ single-sex bathrooms and locker rooms. In an act of heresy, Frank even says that Donald Trump is changing the GOP to aid working-class Americans. But Frank saves himself from the progressive’s inquisition by praising the doomed effort by Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) to shift the Democratic Party back towards middle-class Americans. “In a world of Trumpism and Clintonism, there’s only one place for globalist-minded elites to go,” Frank writes. Will rich people suffer if [Trump] is elected president? Well, yes. Yes, they will. Because we all will. But that’s a pat answer, because Trump and Trumpism are different things. Trump is an erratic candidate who brings chaos to everything. Trumpism, on the other hand, is the doctrine of a different Republican Party, one that would cater not to the donor class, but rather to the white working class. Rich people do not like that idea…In a world of Trumpism and Clintonism, Democrats would become the party of globalist-minded elites, both economic and cultural, while Republicans would become the party of the working class. Democrats would win backing from those who support expanded trade and immigration, while Republicans would win the support of those who prefer less of both. Erstwhile neocons would go over to Democrats (as they are already promising to do), while doves and isolationists would stick with Republicans. Democrats would remain culturally liberal, while Republicans would remain culturally conservative. Rich people in love with the Democratic party is only proof of the big banks which give millions to Hillary Clinton's fund, and the support of the Hildabeast as of this week by the Koch Brothers. The Democratic party is supported by the rich, because the party want's to destroy our rights and make the middle class citizen a pawn. The little people especially in our multi cultural communities need to realize that the Democratic party is for the rich, and they only use the poor to push for votes during and election season. Then after the poor Democrats get elected into office, they go straight to working for the banks and super rich corporations. This is another reason why Politics as a whole is dying, because even people on the Republican side are starting to realize the GOP is nothing but the same. The populist movement is getting popular and the rich hate it, because they don't get what they want and the people who made people rich finally get a voice. America is sick of both sides, and it's time for someone that's not a career politician to run this country. Republicans have woken up to the fact that the GOP is a movement for the rich, and Democrat voters are starting to slowly realize their party doesn't represent them either. It's kinda like people are realizing that Donkeys and Elephants have become the same thing.
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