Hillary Clinton Defines New Democratic Base and It Now Included Big Business – Watch
In a recent interview, Hillary Clinton gave a glimpse into the new Democratic Party base. She said that the party is now made up of “young people, people of color, and working-class Americans.” She also said that the party is “more progressive” than it has been in the past.
The NAACP issued a travel advisory warning that Florida is somehow unsafe for black Americans under Governor Ron DeSantis (R). They don’t provide any evidence for why that is, and the NAACP chairman is a Florida resident. But, Clinton also wanted the world to know that Florida is also allegedly unsafe for “LGBTQ+ people, or even multi-billion dollar corporations.”
It’s odd that the twice-failed presidential candidate was concerned about multi-billion dollar corporations, its the GOP who are normally tied to big business. But now corporate America is now often more aligned with social justice warrior causes such as advancing BLM-related initiatives, the LGBTQ agenda, and even abortion.
Democrats want corporations to act together with the party’s identity politics agenda — especially on issues relating to LGBTQ activism.
Clinton’s comments are a sign of the changing demographics of the Democratic Party. The party is becoming more diverse, and it is also becoming more progressive. This is a challenge for the Republican Party, which is still largely made up of white, older voters.
The new Democratic Party base is made up of young people, people of color, and working-class Americans. These groups are all more likely to be Democrats than older, white voters.
Young people are more likely to be Democrats because they are more liberal on social issues. They are also more likely to be concerned about climate change and other environmental issues.
People of color are more likely to be Democrats because they have historically been discriminated against by the Republican Party. They are also more likely to be concerned about issues such as racial justice and economic inequality.
Working-class Americans are more likely to be Democrats because they are more likely to be struggling economically. They are also more likely to be concerned about issues such as healthcare and education.
And as long as businesses go along with diversity, equity, and inclusion, then Democrats like Clinton are happy to defend them.
Hillary Clinton Sums Up The New Base Of The Democratic party https://t.co/AuxPzBMpeh
— Tim Meads (@TimMeadsUSA) May 23, 2023