Bill Clinton’s former top advisor slipped up and admitted what Democrats really think about Republican voters

The Midterm elections are coming up in less than 90 days.

Democrats are determined to paint Republicans as violent extremists in the minds of voters ahead of November.

But Bill Clinton’s former top advisor slipped up and admitted what Democrats really think about Republican voters.

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During a recent interview with The Hill TV, former top advisor to Bill Clinton, James Carville, slipped up and let the cat out of the bag about how Democrats really view working-class Americans.

Carville began by complaining that even though he believes left-wing radicals, like Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), only represents a small fraction of Democrats, the entire Party is “defined” by their message in the media.

“So much of what has happened to my Party is that we tend to get defined by some over-educated, totally doofus coastal elites that are out trying to write dictionaries or something unrelated to anybody’s life,” Carville began.

“It is not who the Party is,” he continued, before claiming that “they are a very small part of the Democratic Party.”

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Carville specifically pointed to the “Defund the Police” movement, which he called “the three worst words ever in the English language.”

After he claimed only 11% of Democrats agree with Ocasio-Cortez’s extremist views, Carville accused the overwhelming majority of Republicans as being “evil.”

“People that believe that the election was stolen and have a right to storm the Capitol, which is a substantial number of people in the Republican Party, are evil,” Carville said. 

He then made the absurd claim that the media is “addicted to both-sideism” and should devote more time to covering “evil” Republicans.

But Carville went too far

In his closing comments, Carville admitted what every Democrat and member of the corporate-controlled media really think about average Americans.

They believe they’re just plain “stupid.”

“The problem the Republican Party has is they got really stupid people that vote in their primaries,” Carville said. “And when you have that, you’re going to get in – really stupid people demand to have really stupid leaders, and that’s where the Republican Party is now.”

Carville is a long-time political hack.

He clearly understands that radicals like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez have taken over the Democrat Party’s messaging and are driving away Hispanics and other voting blocks.

That’s why Carville went out of his way to try and dismiss the influence left-wing radicals like Ocasio-Cortez have over the Democrat Party’s agenda. 

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