Episode

11/8 Democrats & Socialists Dominate w/ Dave Weigel

November 8, 2017

Fox News tries to pretend last night’s Democratic blowout didn’t happen and Tucker Carelson is depressed.

The Washington Post’s Dave Weigel, explains why Democrats performed so well last night. The anti Obama effect. Democrats fears and anxiety. Not every Democrat is Hillary Clinton and why Republicans should be afraid. The results and the block against the next round of gerrymandering. Democrats can put more seats into play. Bernie Sanders help local progressives win across the county. The role of outside groups and the DNC. The DNC’s toxic brand and the incredible results for Socialism.

And rundown of last night’s results.

On The Fun Half:  Steve Doocey wonders why Republicans who don’t embrace Trump even want to win. A Democratic wave coming after a crushing defeat on a referendum for Donald Trump. Danica Roam, talks to her constituents after defeating her transphobic opponent. Corey Lewandowski, gets caught in a pretty hilarious lie and your calls and IMs.

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