Dem. midterm campaign chief Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney (D-NY) in Philadelphia the past weekend said his party is the “problem” causing them to have problems relating to voters.
At the House Dems’ meeting, Patrick Maloney, leader of the Dem. Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC), said even though everyone says, “The problem isn’t the voters… The problem is us.” He made the comment during the conference that was supposed to create unity, Washington Post reported.
“They believe that we are divisive and looking too much on cultural issues. They believe we are preachy. They believe that when it comes to kids in schools, we are acting like we know more than the parents,” he added. Dems look to be seeing that their chances of holding the majority during the midterms are not good.
This comes as the Dems are having problems with messaging on a U. S. level for the past year, or longer. Breitbart News has reported problems within the Dem. Party, including defunding the police, midterm strategies, infrastructure, Cuba, and even wanting changes within the White House. Patrick Maloney, himself, has had problems with messaging on fundraising concerns, increasing gas prices, and has even attacked vulnerable members of his party. The DCCC included inaccuracies that were factual in their reaction statement about Kyle Rittenhouse.
However, Patrick Maloney and the dem. party seem to want to look at Pres. Joe Biden and “embrace Biden’s style,” as reported by the Post, even when his poll results have been failing for the past year. But, some of the members disagree with the “Biden’s style” test.
“He is that man that in a lot of ways we need to become,” Maloney said about how the president interacts with voters. “If there is a kid that stutters, the president is going to fall all over him. If there is a firefighter or a cop who has had a rough time, Pres. Joe Biden is going to put his arms around him.”
Most vulnerable Dems have apparently tried to distance themselves from Joe Biden. A lot of them did not even go to the meeting that was suppose to help them, which sends “the message that they believe in their own insight more than those of national party members and Maloney,” the Post noted.
As this was going on, past N Y Democrat Congressman Max Rose, who is running to try to win back his old seat, criticized the program he is a part of the DCCC that is suppose to assist him in doing better in elections, reported Breitbart News last week.
“Now, when it comes to U. S. Dems, they are not winning this race either. They will only lose it,” Rose said. “Over and over again, they join this race with their expensive consultants and absolutely don’t know what is going on.”