HuffPo political editor: Obama presided over "destruction" of Democratic partyhttps://t.co/RMS2u9SDOx pic.twitter.com/flSrJQ3N3f— The Hill (@thehill) December 28, 2016
"You look at the destruction of the Democratic Party under Barack Obama’s leadership and you have to wonder, what was the political — what were the electoral benefits that he gave to the party?” Stein asked on MSNBC's “Morning Joe” on Wednesday.
“He leaves them in a much worse position,” Stein continued. “The states are decimated, they lost control of the House and Senate, the governorships are decimated.”
Republicans will control the presidency and both chambers of Congress after Donald Trump takes office on Jan. 20.
The GOP will also hold the governor’s office in 33 states starting in 2017, the most in 24 years. And Republicans control both chambers in 32 state legislatures, while Democrats have control of both chambers in only California, Delaware, Hawaii, Oregon and Rhode Island....
THE INFILTRATOR: How George Soros Destroyed the Democrat Party https://t.co/S0RIyAQ46u pic.twitter.com/rFBGIsn4zq— (((Doug Ross))) (@directorblue) December 29, 2016
It was the end of the big year with three zeroes. The first X-Men movie had broken box office records. You couldn’t set foot in a supermarket without listening to Brittney Spears caterwauling, “Oops, I Did It Again.” And Republicans and Democrats had total control of both chambers of legislatures in the same amount of states. That was the way it was back in the distant days of the year 2000.
In 2016, Republicans control both legislative chambers in 32 states. That’s up from 16 in 2000.
What happened to the big donkey? Among other things, the Democrats decided to sell their base and their soul to a very bad billionaire and they got a very bad deal for both....
Hate to quote @TheFix, but he's right: "Stunning." pic.twitter.com/lcs09xG9ze— rajshah84 (@RajShah84) December 29, 2016