Howard Dean: ‘Well-Educated Suburbanites’ Are ‘Sick’ of GOP

Howard Dean: ‘Well-Educated Suburbanites’ Are ‘Sick’ of GOP

May 21, 2021

Tuesday on MSNBC’s The Beat, former Democratic National Committee chairman Howard Dean, best-known for his infamous scream of enthusiasm during his failed 2004 presidential campaign, claimed that “well-educated suburban people were sick” of Republican’s 2020 election fraud claims.

Asked about the likelihood of Democrats keeping control of the House in the 2022 midterms, Dean said, “I think the danger for Republicans are the voter suppression laws being passed in all these states. I mean, Arizona just makes the whole thing look ridiculous. Even some of the Republicans in Arizona think the Senate has become a joke out there.”

No, they don’t. And the laws are not to suppress votes, but to suppress voter fraud, which Democrats need to win. Dean is well aware of this but the Party narrative, supported by MSNBC, is that racist Republicans want to prevent minorities from voting.

“If the election were held today, we would kick their butts because I think the public, especially well-educated suburban people are sick of this,” Dean claimed without any evidence. “It is not just well-educated white suburbanites. It’s well-educated suburbanites, period. They are just sick and tired of all this stuff and they actually love America, and the Republicans clearly don’t.”

Pure Democrat projection. It is the left that clearly hates America, and what Americans are sick and tired of is the radical left pretending that decrepit Joe Biden won the 2020 election fair and square.

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