Journalists At Conference Just Admitted PAINFUL Truth About Democrat Party….

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2016 was a rough year for the Democrat Party.

It remains to be seen how they will pick up the pieces after losing an election many thought they had in the bag.

Who are Democrats going to turn to as the leader of the party?

Apparently, some journalists at a recent gathering are pretty worried about that.

From Hot Air:

This past weekend the annual convention of the Midwest Political Science Association was held in Chicago. The event hosts political science academics presenting their latest findings alongside some panels featuring journalists. Today, Poynter reports one of the sessions at the event featured a group of journalists looking back at the 2016 election and also looking forward to the elections to come. One thing the group seemed to agree upon is that Democrats are in real trouble going forward because they have no bench:

A session chaired by Jennifer Lawless of American University and Danny Hayes of George Washington University included a panel with journalists Molly Ball (The Atlantic), Steve Peoples (The Associated Press) and Nia-Malika Henderson (CNN).

“I think the Democrats are kind of screwed at this point,” said Henderson, underscoring what’s clearly the current consensus. “They thought Hillary Clinton would win and their bench is really, really thin.”

CNN’s Henderson wasn’t alone in this observation. The Atlantic’s Molly Ball agreed:

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“It will be fun to cover the Democratic civil war for a change,” she said. “It’s hard to underestimate how screwed the Democrats are.”

There are the Republicans’ giant congressional majorities, holding the The White House, ruling most state legislatures and having a majority of governors. “There’s no pipeline” of obvious Democratic talent.

Not a good time to be a Democrat.


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