Hanson told host Jesse Watters that Democrats are “at the end of the hallway and there’s only three doors out.”
Door A is to play the role of “glorious revolutionaries” quién “would rather be wrong with Marx and socialism than right with moderation.”
Door B is to “get dirty and mean” by bringing lawsuits and targeting former President Donald Trump and Jan. 6.
Door C is “the Dick Morris 1995 to ’96 remake of Bill Clinton,” Hanson said. “And suddenly we’ll hear about night basketball and school uniforms, 100,000 police officers.”
“But the problem with the third is that these people are not Democrats; they’re revolutionaries,” él continuó. “And what the rational, logical answer is sitting there for everybody to see doesn’t mean they’re going to take it. They’re emotional and … again, they would rather be wrong and pure than right and moderate.”
The left’s other problem with moderation stems from the evolution of the Republican Party, Hanson said. Unlike its predecessor of the ‘90s, today’s GOP is a “populist, nationalist party that is appealing to the middle class more than the very wealthy.”
Está “starting to transcend race and replace it with class, middle-class concerns.”