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Mar 17, 2022

Progressive candidates are winning key elections nationwide, even with the harsh opposition coming from the rest of the democratic party and the media. John Iadarola and John Nichols break it down on The Damage Report.
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Democratic Insiders Keep Bashing Progressives, but Progressives Keep Winning Key Elections - https://www.thenation.com/article/politics/texas-progressives-primary-wins/
"There’s been a concerted effort over the past several months by D.C. insiders to suggest that progressives are the problem for a Democratic Party that is struggling to gain traction going into the 2022 midterm elections. They would have you believe that “Democrats’ Drive to the Left Threatens Their Grip on Power,” that Democrats are stuck in a “prison of their own ideological extremes,” and that “Democrats need a reckoning after misjudging the nation’s mood.” Or, as veteran Democrat consultant James Carville, who has been crusading against the left, recently put it, “only 11 percent of the Democratic Party is progressive. It’s the smallest part of the party. But the problem is they make 70 percent of the noise.”"
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