Ryan E.
August 13, 2023

Democrats Frustrated By Defeats In Iowa

Democrats needed only four words to summarize exactly what their entire party is feeling after getting creamed with defeat after defeat in Iowa.

"It is so bad."

Those aren't the words of alt-right conservatives, remember, these words are coming straight from the mouths of America's biggest liberals:

The establishment media.

The New York Times recently pointed out that Democrats are at their "lowest point in decades," especially in Iowa.

Iowa, which many people considered to be a "purple" state until very recently, has gone and turned bright red.

Can you blame the people of the state, though?

It's not their fault that they expect common sense and decency out of their leaders, and it's not really that surprising either.

What IS surprising, though, is that more states haven't woken up and made a statement like the people of Iowa are doing.

Perhaps it's only a matter of time.

"It is so bad," said one Democratic state senator from West Des Moines, Claire Celsi. She went on:

I can't even describe to you how bad it is.

To be fair to Americans, though, we might actually be able to tell how bad it is.

That's because many of us have become experts in recognizing the signs of failure ever since Biden became America's president.

Biden took control during the COVID-19 pandemic, and he has yet fully restore the freedoms for which Trump advocated.

"It’s just been so exhausting and frustrating to continue to take losses," said first-term state Sen. Sarah Trone Garriott. "If I had known everything that I was getting into, I don’t think I would have run in the first place, because it’s just been really hard, but I see so much opportunity in Iowa."

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