House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA)
House Democrats unveiled their low energy 2018 slogan on Wednesday.
“For the People”
The Democrats are desperate to counter President Trump’s very successful “Make America Great Again” slogan that resonated with Americans from all walks of life during the 2016 election.
Democrats have no message; so far they have defended MS-13 killers, called for ICE to be abolished and unveiled a plan to raise taxes.
It is no surprise their midterm slogan is so low energy.
House Democrats have finalized their campaign slogan heading into the last months before the midterm election: “For the People.”
The new motto, which Democratic leaders unveiled in a private meeting with members Wednesday morning, is meant to put a finer point on the broad economic-based messaging Democrats have been pushing with mixed success since last summer. That initial message — a “Better Deal” — has largely failed to break through with voters and has been openly mocked by some Democratic lawmakers.
House Democrats plan to begin working “For the People” into their statements and press conferences, with a focus on three key areas: addressing health care and prescription drug costs; increasing wages through infrastructure and public works projects; and highlighting Republican corruption in Washington.
The Democrats are still licking their wounds from the 2016 election.
They have not come to terms with why they lost the presidential election; Democrats are still blaming Russian bots, Vladimir Putin and Macedonian troll farms for Hillary’s loss.
Meanwhile, the RNC raised $213 million ‘fastest ever,’ 99% small donors for 2018.