Last year, countless Republicans warned about the nightmare that would ensue if Democrats gained control of the Senate with a President Joe Biden in office. Unfortunately, these nightmares are coming to fruition.
The passing of the expensive American Rescue Plan is just one example. Hundreds of millions of dollars within the package go towards Amtrak, Planned Parenthood, bailouts for blue states, healthcare for illegal immigrants, etc.
Democrats are very much aware that their majorities in the House and Senate are solely responsible for them managing to pass the $1.9 trillion bill without bipartisan support.
Therefore, the Democrat Party is now working overtime to expand its political power and rally financial support from the left-wing base, as Townhall reports.
DNC to Supporters: Let’s “Fight Like Hell!”
Yesterday, the Democratic National Committee let its supporters know about the party’s need for funds. The DNC then proceeded to tout the American Rescue Plan as legislation that helps working families before asserting that “nationwide” backing for Democrats relies upon supporters donating funds.
This is American tax payers money NOT yours to flaunt like a fkn favor
— Awnesty (@Awnesty1) March 13, 2021
Adrienne Watson, the DNC communications director, then claimed that “every tool in [their] kit” needs to be used to win over the support of the country. Interestingly enough, Watson also professed that the Democrat base needs to “fight like hell” by fundraising, donating, sending out ads, organizing digitally, etc.
As most Americans know, the term “fight like hell” was originally coined by former President Trump. This term is also one that Democrats lambasted as incitement of violence, but now, the left has deemed “fight like hell” as suitable for the purposes of rallying their own base.
Why Democrats Are in Need of Funds
The Democrats’ work to commence fundraising is a clear step of preparation for the 2022 midterm elections. Despite controlling the House and Senate now, the Democrat Party’s majorities are historically slim. Therefore, Republicans have a very real chance of taking back at least one congressional body, if not both.
Congratulations to our newly elected vice chairs: @KeishaBottoms, @TammyforIL, @gretchenwhitmer, and @FilemonVela! Their diverse experiences and perspectives will be crucial to building on our party’s progress and electing Democrats at every level.
— Democratic Party (@DNC) January 22, 2021
The GOP, for its part, has alread laid out a gameplan to regain congressional power. At this time, Republicans need five more House seats and one more Senate seat to become the majority party.
By all accounts, the stakes are incredibly high in the forthcoming 2022 midterm races.
What do you think about the DNC’s fundraising tactics? Are Democrats inciting violence by urging their base to “fight like hell?” Let us know in the comments section below.