Dean Phillips' Campaign Upset Florida Cancelling Presidential Primary
Wow, even when it comes to their treatment of other Democrats, America's liberals don't seem to know how to do anything fairly.
Instead, they'd rather just keep propping up the same radicals who have been running this country into the ground for decades.
Just ask Representative Dean Phillips.
Instead of giving Rep. Dean Phillips (D-MN) a fair chance to compete in the party's primaries, America's Democrats are doing the same thing they always have.
They are squashing the little people with whom they disagree and conducting business in a way that benefits only the families at the top of their system.
The Clinton family, the Biden family, the Obama family, the Pelosi family, the Cuomo family, are a few that come to mind.
Isn't it a little fishy that the same names keep popping up again and again when it comes to scandals of oppression?
Geez, they could at least pretend to want things to be fair and square when it is a discussion about their own people.
At least among Florida Democrats, this is not the case.
Democrats in the Sunshine State appear unwilling to hold a Democratic Primary election, despite Phillips gaining a fair bit of momentum in his bid to replace President Joe Biden as the left's nominee.
Phillips was understandably upset about the decision made by Florida Democrats.
"Americans would expect the absence of democracy in Tehran, not Tallahassee," he said. "The intentional disenfranchisement of voters runs counter to everything for which our Democratic Party and country stand. Our mission as Democrats is to defeat authoritarians, not become them."
Nikki Fried, the chair of the Florida Democratic Party, said the decision was a result of the party following it's "standard process."
"We are dismayed by Dean Phillps’ conspiratorial and inappropriate comments comparing the state of Florida to the Iranian regime as part of his knee-jerk reaction to long-established procedures," Fried contended. "This is unbecoming of someone running for higher office."
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