Revolutions are started by youth. And the left is desperate for young blood, or, worse, for fresh blood. They're turning on their own.
As reported by the Los Angeles Times, Sen. Dianne Feinstein is more often considered too radical. In a show of force, California Democrats have chosen Feinstein's opponent, Kevin de León, over her.
Lynne Standard-Nightengale, a member of the Amador County Democratic Central Committee, said she wanted to "send a message."
I just think we need a younger, progressive person there. The Democratic Party in California has moved to the left, and he personifies those values.
Feinstein and de Leon will face each other again in November because California has an open primary system, in which the top two finishers face each other regardless of party.
The left is going hard left. When Dianne Feinstein is not Left enough for you—where are the press reports of the extremists taking over? The trend is spreading. A growing number of Trump's base are former Democrats, who voted for Obama.
When Dianne Feinstein is not Left enough for you—where are the press reports of the extremists taking over?
So, in response, Democrats are prowling after a new base, a new young base, who's never voted before.
Thankfully, many have predicted that the next generation of voters will be the most conservative generation since pre-WW2. I guess they've watched as their older siblings (or parents) have returned from college with pink hair, atheism, exorbitant debt, and infinite genders, only to decide that personal responsibility, a moral compass, and belief in God are preferable.
This article originally appeared on Glenn Beck