Carville said, “The problem is they are a weird political party. They need to be branded as such. These 26 QAnon people, all right, that’s not necessarily the extreme. These are people that talk about testicle tanning. These are people who go to Hungary for conferences. These are not normal — by and large, a large part of the Republican Party is just out and out weird. When you have Moscow Mitch [McConnell] saying we need more sane people, that means you have a lot of really crazy people.”
He continued, “The weirdos, they are becoming a majority. You look at their commentators. They are out actually pulling for Russia. You look at Rick Scott’s tax plan. He wants to tax another 75 million people. He wants to tax the hotel maids. They don’t pay enough. Their life is too easy. Workers in nursing home facilities, they need to pay taxes more. That’s a really strange stuff here. We’re getting into some version when I was a kid. You’re too young to remember this, but ‘The Twilight Zone.’ They are out there in the ‘Twilight Zone’ somewhere.”
Speaking of weirdos: the skeletal oddball Carville has always been a lousy strategist and media analyst, but this rant takes the cake. Considering that Democrats are the Party that can’t define the word “woman,” that promotes Drag Queen Story Hours in libraries, that supports biological males crushing the competition in women’s sports, that pushes gender ideology on kindergartners, that demands everyone use personal pronouns, that claims math is racist, that makes literal idols out of drug-addicted lifelong criminals who resist arrest but tears down statues of abolitionist heroes — does he actually believe that the American people are going to buy his argument that Republicans are the abnormal ones?