Dems plan ‘summer camps’ to teach fellow liberals how to ‘resist’

Dems plan ‘summer camps’ to teach fellow liberals how to ‘resist’
How Dave Zinn imagines NFL training camps look.

When the Tea Party was born during the Obama era when the majority of America tried to fight back against the tyranny of Obamacare, the movement was a bottom-up phenomenon that swept many new politicians into Washington, D.C. Sadly, many of them were quickly corrupted. Nevertheless the birth of the Tea Party stands in stark contrast to the unrest currently being fomented by the Left, where shady billionaires like George Soros and Tom Steyer funnel their money toward professional agitators and the Democratic Party holds meetings to help train people on how to protest things they know nothing about. (Click herehere and here to see liberal protesters who can’t actually explain what they’re protesting.)

Democrats are hoping to avoid more of these embarrassing situations so they’re planning to hold “summer camps” in an effort to train protesters about what they’re protesting (because it makes total sense for you to be angry about stuff but not actually know what you’re angry about).

“There has been an explosion of activism and energy after the election of Donald Trump, and we need to turn this moment into a movement,” DNC chairman Tom Perez is quoted in the press release announcing the plan. “As the Democratic Party, it is our role to support this activism and energy, and convert it into electoral wins up-and-down the ballot by making sure state parties have the tools and resources they need to succeed.”

To that end, the DNC will pump money in the form of grants into state party programs.

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“The program is a competitive matching grant program, where the DNC will approve and fund programs that will be executed by state parties,” the press release states. “Recognizing that a one-size-fits-all approach is ineffective, each grant proposal will be unique to the state’s strategic priorities and organizational capacity.

“Part of these plans must incorporate, where legally possible, partners and allies,” the press release states.

Far-left Democratic leader [score]Keith Ellison[/score] (D-Minn.) tried to explain (in a less embarrassing way than admitting that their protesters were idiots) why the Democrats would be holding these fun summer camps.

The best way for Democrats to turn the #Resistance into electoral wins is by doing one thing: organizing. Resistance Summer is the starting point and will take the Democratic Party’s message of fairness and equality to activists on the front lines and all Americans looking to get engaged. The American people want affordable health care for all, good jobs that pay well, and a tax code that rewards hard work.

“Good jobs that pay well and a tax code that rewards hard work,” are the exact reasons why Republicans continue to stomp Democrats in election after election. They’re also the reason why Donald Trump currently occupies the White House, while Hillary Clinton is off in the wilderness pretending to be relevant.

In fact, the American people remember the Obama era that killed good jobs, killed our salaries, and passed new laws that rewarded laziness while punishing hard work. Ellison may pretend that Democrats are for good-paying jobs and a tax code that rewards hard work, but the American people know better. For decades the Democrats have eagerly searched for and pushed policies that torture hardworking Americans while rewarding those who don’t work at all. They’ve turned America into a welfare state and Ellison’s lies don’t change that. They also don’t change the fact that while Ellison argues for a “tax code that rewards hard work” he is still pushing policies that do the exact opposite.

America is onto the Democratic Party’s shtick, which is why the Democrats are being forced to hold these patchouli-fueled “summer camps” for idiot adults who can’t decide what they believe without being told by their professors, politicians, and political pundits.

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