The fate of the Democratic Party could very well rest on the results of the 2020 election, and the warring factions within the organization have all but given up the facade of peace.
The younger wing of the party is looking to move to the far left of where the Democrats stand now. They are interested in things like universal health care, free college tuition, and, dare I say it, socialism.
The moderates, who are represented by the deep state itself, just wanted to offer an alternative to Donald Trump come November, and they are concerned that too radical a candidate could topple the entire house of cards.
Now, one of the heavyweights of the liberal endorsement scene is preparing to drop a bombshell, likely in order to keep the progressives from gaining ground in this internal battle.
Former President Barack Obama is reportedly growing “increasingly anxious” over Sen. Bernie Sanders’ (I-VT) rise in the polls and is considering issuing a statement on the socialist candidate, Fox Business Senior Correspondent Charles Gasparino reported on Thursday.
According to Gasparino, Obama, who has remained largely silent over the course of the Democrat primary process, is reportedly concerned over Sanders’ recent rise in the polls and could issue a statement on the matter, Democrat Party sources who spoke to Obama claim.
This would make two significant attacks on the radical surge of Sanders in the last week.
Just days ago, it was former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton who told a documentary film crew that “nobody liked” Bernie – a quip that the Vermont Senator responded to by intimating that “on a good day” his wife enjoys his company.