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The Squad would never endorse Barack Obama today

No way Barack Obama could win the approval of progressive Democrats today. Listen to his 2014 comments on migrants seeking asylum based on crime and poverty in their homeland.

B.O. ain’t WOKE, y’all. The Squad (aka Jihad Squad, Facade Squad, Sistah Squad, and a thousand other names) or Reps. Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and Ayanna Pressley are dragging older Democrat leaders like Nancy Pelosi and Joe Biden to the far left, a losing strategy.

The Squad: Reps. Rashida Tlaib, Ilhan Omar, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and Ayanna Pressley

Omar has a Twitter trail of anti-Semitic comments. Tlaib, too, casts aspersions upon supporters of Israel. Pressley demands that people of color advocate only for their own people. Ocasio-Cortez is the main driver of the Green New Deal, an economically impossible climate change reboot.

Centrists still determine the outcome of elections. Their votes combined with extreme left or right positions add up to majorities. Fringe fanaticism is loud but that doesn’t guarantee victory. It’s the quiet ones who remain in charge.

President Donald Trump’s rally crowd in North Carolina chanted “Send her back” as Trump talked about Rep. Ilhan Omar’s supposed “hatred” of America and anti-Semitic comments.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Trump “is onto something” in illustrating extreme positions of The Squad, but that their support of socialism is more widespread than just these four freshman congresswomen.

Identity politics have consumed The Squad, asking people to represent their own ethnicity above all other considerations.

It seems as though The Squad’s criticism of America will be the driving force for Republicans running on patriotism through the 2020 election.

Will the $15 minimum wage legislation ever pass? Nope.

The Squad wants America to pay the “marginalized” but there is little evidence that selective payouts will ever come to fruition.

After all of America’s racial progress in the past 50 years, it seems that Barack Obama’s 2014 attitude makes him the stranger in a strange land today.

Meanwhile, The Squad faces rough sledding if they limit themselves to placating only those who look like them, worship like them, or rage like them.

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