Listen: ‘Red Pilled America’ Profiles Breitbart News’s Joel Pollak and ‘Red November’

Listen: ‘Red Pilled America’ Profiles Breitbart News’s Joel Pollak and ‘Red November’

Red Pilled America, hosted by Adryana Cortez and Patrick Courrielche, profiled Breitbart News Senior citizen Editor-at-Large Joel Pollak, author of Red November: Will the Country Vote Red for Trump or Red for Socialism?, in its 69 th episode, “The ‘Moderate,'” which investigates the Democrat Party’s void of leadership.

Pollak connected ongoing riots and discontent driven by Democrats and the broader left to the Obama administration’s push for “universal healthcare.” In 2009, he discovered a Democrat plan articulating a political method for advancing leftism in

Pollak described Listen to Your Mother as “a blueprint for what the young Obama administration will do [and] a handbook for extreme neighborhood arranging.”

“[Creamer] specifically advocated for utilizing worry and conflict to push universal healthcare as the damaging ram with which to tear down the door of American conservatism,” added Pollak, linking Creamer’s recommendations to the left’s contemporary use of fear and intimidation.

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Pollak said, “If you could get the federal government involved in everyone’s healthcare, people would not resist the government being involved in everything else.”

Cortez mentioned, “Healthcare was selected because it was a life and death problem that touched every American. … T hese far leftists saw health as the automobile to unlock to total g overnment control and promoted utilizing fear as a way to that end.”

” Viewed now through the filter of the coronavirus shutdowns, the plan to use health as a method to control each American life was ingenious, and Joel Pollak was the one to discover the strategy,” included Cortez.

Sen. Bernie Sanders’ (I-VT) political ascendance at the national level of Democrat politics was partially a function of Obama’s adoption of Creamer’s recommendations for the improvement of state-run healthcare, determined Pollak.

“[Obama] provided himself as a kind of temperamental moderate,” Pollak said. “He was, in reality, a vanguard of what we now see today in Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, in the impeachment of Donald Trump, and all the crazy things they’re doing, Green New Offer and Medicare for All. That was all occurring ten years earlier. It was all part of the plan.”

After the Democrats’ governmental dispute in Iowa in January, during CNN’s post-debate commentary panel, Van Jones evaluated none of the Democrat prospects as can beating President Donald Trump. Pollak described this minute as the start of “the Sanders boomlet.”

” Sanders constantly had a company behind him [and] constantly had a devoted following, however he was lingering– suffering– in second or 3rd place for a very long time,” Pollak recalled. “ He began to actually get momentum at that minute. It was almost as if the Democratic Party electorate was stating, ‘If we can’t beat Donald Trump, we at least want to head out fighting for what we truly think in,’ and voters began picking Sanders nearly as a protest.”

Sanders’ subsequent rise in the Democrat primaries triggered panic amongst the Democrat Party establishment, examined Pollak. He described Pete Buttigieg’s criticisms of Sanders in February as “preparing” for the Democrat Party to “damage Bernie Sanders.”

Pollak continued, “They did not desire Bernie Sanders controlling the celebration, and so they all lined up behind Joe Biden. Joe Biden had actually never ever won a primary before in his life. … They were figured out not to give control of their celebration to someone who wasn’t actually a Democrat, to Bernie Sanders socialism.”

Biden delighted in institutional support from the “Obama alumni a ssociation,” joked Pollak, “and Sanders simply could not beat that.”

The Democrat Party’s left-wing base support lost its preferred candidate as former Vice President Biden defeated Sanders. The Biden project started to move further left in its messaging and associations in order to court Sanders’ supporters, kept in mind Pollak.

” When all of those other candidates dropped out and backed Biden [after Super Tuesday], that was the signal to Democratic voters that the celebration was gon na back Biden,” Pollak specified.

Pollak said, “So Biden won a nationwide scale success on Super Tuesday. The amusing aspect of that was, I was at his success party in L.A., and Joe Biden could hardly fill a basketball court. … The rally was on an outside court in a community called Baldwin Hills, which is an African American middle class neighborhood, and there were maybe 100 or 200 fans there. It was such a little campaign. It had nearly no grassroots appeal [and] no assistance.”

The Biden project and broader Democrat Party are now beholden to the same “fear and intimidation” strategies cultivated by the Obama administration versus Republicans and conservatives, Pollak noted.

Pollak stated, “Joe Biden, even though he’s cast as a moderate, is in fact running as the most left-wing candidate of any party in American history, and it’s not simply me stating that.

” So Biden, to win the support of that Bernie Sanders wing that he displaced so roughly, has needed to move so far to the left on every concern that he’s essentially running as a democratic socialist, although he’s not calling himself that,” concluded Pollak.

With Sanders defeated and Biden doing not have legitimacy amongst the Democrats’ ideological base, the left is leaderless, estimated Pollak.

” I think the contemporary mayhem is partly the outcome of the erosion of authority within the Democratic Celebration, because there is no leader,” concluded Pollak. The only leader who might have been able to control this and carry it in a more favorable method is Bernie Sanders, and Bernie Sanders was routed by the Democratic Celebration establishment, which is attempting frantically to hold on to power within the party.

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