Another Dem Can’t Explain Difference Between DEMOCRATS AND SOCIALISTS (VIDEO)

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Hillary Clinton couldn’t explain the difference between Democrats and Socialists. Neither could the chair of the Democratic Party.

Now Democrat senator Chuck Schumer has also failed the test. Are you sensing a pattern yet?

The Washington Free Beacon reports:

Chris Matthews Stumps Chuck Schumer on Difference Between Socialist, Democrat

MSNBC host Chris Matthews indulged in a favorite hobby on Tuesday: making Democratic lawmakers uncomfortable by asking if their party is socialist.

Matthews reserved over a minute of a two-minute interview to question Sen. Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.) on the subject.

“What’s the difference between a socialist and a Democrat?” Matthews asked.

“Oh, it depends how you define each one, doesn’t it?” Schumer said.

“Well, you do it,” Matthews said with a fat grin.

“Well, I’m not going to get into it,” Schumer said with an equally fat—though probably strained—grin.

Matthews didn’t drop the subject without a fight.

“You guys are well-schooled in political language and nomenclature. You’re quite capable of defining the difference between a socialist, self-described and a Democrat self-described. What is it?” Matthews asked.

Schumer responded that he had nothing bad to say about his socialist colleague Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.), but did not address the difference between a socialist and a Democrat.

Watch the video:

HINT: The reason they can’t explain the difference is because there isn’t one.

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