Larry Elder: When Jerry ‘Moonbeam’ Brown’s Warning Dems They’ve Gone Too Far Left, It’s a Sign of the Apocalypse’

‘This is a governor, by the way, who probably thinks global warming is a bigger peril than even Al Gore does’


ELDER: "Well, when you have, as you pointed out, Governor Jerry 'Moonbeam' Brown lecturing the Democratic Party that they’ve gotten too far to the left, maybe, just maybe they’ve gotten too far to the left. This is a governor, by the way, who probably thinks global warming is a bigger peril than even Al Gore does, he wants single payer, he wants his bullet train to nowhere and here he is lecturing the Democratic Party going too far to the left. I think it’s a sign of the apocalypse. Regarding Claire McCaskill, this is a woman who’s basically saying that we’ve gotten too much involved with identity politics. When she first ran, she said George W. Bush let people die on rooftops during hurricane Katrina because they were poor and because they were black. It was outrageous. She played the race card then, and maybe her saying that we play the gender card too much means, for the first time, Democrats will stop lying to women and telling them falsely that they do every single year, that women make less money doing the very same work that men do, they say that women make $0.87 on the dollar compared to men for doing the very same work, they say that all the time to gin up anger against the Republican Party that doesn’t want to raise the minimum wage. It's a lie. One more thing too. You have Jerry Brown and Claire McCaskill, both are going to no longer be in office. That’s when politicians all of a sudden start getting really, really really honest."

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