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Yoga Moms, Stoners, and God: 51 Things the Internet Predicted Would Save the Democratic Party

As the midterm campaign enters the home stretch, Democrats are no longer swimming in despair. The mood can be said to have lightened because the White House has fully embraced the Twitter surge of dark brandon cheesy memes. It’s a remarkable turnaround after months of Democratic despair over dismal poll numbers and worsening electoral prospects.

What happened, above all, is that the repeal of roe v. calf shook up many voters, and Democrats found a way to get Joe Biden’s agenda off the ground on Capitol Hill.

What did not happen is the party’s embrace of the many, many, Many advice offered in their darkest moments. The Democrats’ struggles over the past year have been met with an overwhelming (if predictable) barrage of suggestions from political professionals, political junkies, and just about anyone with an opinion they’d like to pitch.


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