Nina Turner, a Democrat activist, called Sens. Joe Manchin (D.W.Va.), and Kyrsten Sinema, (D.Ariz.), were called “extremists” by CNN and Presidentish Joe Biden urged them to “take their agenda to the streets.”
Turner lost the Ohio congressional race last year. He was previously an Ohio State Senator and member of the Cleveland City Council.
Turner is now president of Sen. Bernie Sanders’s (CPUSA-Vermont Oblast), Our Revolution political action group.
She seems to really want to make PAC the “action”.
Turner was also a co-chair for Sanders’ 2020 presidential campaign.
Officially, 48 senators support Biden’s agenda in a chamber that is 100.
From where I’m from, 48 vs.52 isn’t exactly a majority.
“Take it to town” isn’t an unbreakable code to “violent temper tantrum to forcefully get by force what was impossible to achieve by legislation.”
Who is “subverting our democracy now”?
The Spectators Stephen Miller stated, “This was the rhetoric of Bernie people that led us to a baseball shoot.”
2017: Bernie Bro, a domestic terrorist but I repeat myself, James T. Hodgkinson attempted to kill a whole baseball-playing GOP delegation. He also injured Steve Scalise, then-House Majority Whip, and four other people.
After Hodgkinson’s political frustrations took Scalise to the streets, Scalise had no choice but to learn to walk again.
Turner called Manchin “soulless coward” last week and warned Democrats that they “better avoid uttering one quote from Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. when we come up to his birthday.”
Turner advised Biden to “fuel up the jet” for Sinema or Manchin on another CNN appearance.
She didn’t tell Biden, however, to “fuel up the helicopter.”
CNN seems to be happy to host Turner’s inciteful (SWIDT?) rhetoric and I have yet to find a story in which Turner’s inciteful (SWIDT) was called into question by any member of her party.
If I was Sinema or Manchin, I would watch my back.