ScienceChic wrote: AOC leading Pelosi? Hardly. Look at what's getting passed legislatively and by whom. I suspect that narrative is being pushed by those with a vested interest in seeing the Democratic party split and fight amongst themselves; the media certainly keeps this theme of "The Squad vs Everyone" up because anything involving AOC means clicks. But, reality?
I do agree that AOC (and the Justice Dems, which I've mentioned before in discussions on AOC) are poison for the party. She's made some good points in a few Congressional hearings, but she's done nothing to warrant the extensive media coverage she's gotten. I think it makes her seem like she has more power than she really has, and it distorts what's really happening with legislation and Democratic leadership on the hill.
FredHayek wrote: Luckily younger voters seldom bother to take the time to actually vote. They have more important things to do. And in so many states, the vote for POTUS is meaningless, like in Colorado.