After months of blaming everything under the sun for their November presidential shocker, from Putin to racism to misogyny to you name it, Chuck Schumer, the lead Democrat in the Senate, has a message for John Ossoff and all the Dems now calling for Nancy Pelosi's resignation over their latest embarrassing defeat in Georgia's 6th district: "But you lose an election, you don’t blame other people, you blame yourself."
Really? Because we're almost certain Democrats and every mainstream media outlet has done nothing but launch an all out crusade against Russia for the past 6 months rather than blame the fact that they ran a corrupt process (poor Bernie) and a failed candidate. Again, if someone can please tell us why the Russians were only effective in flipping votes to Trump in MI, WI, OH and PA but not in CO, NM or NV we would very much love to hear your thoughts...
Here is what Schumer had to say earlier on ABC's "This Week" with the always fair and balanced George Stephanopoulos.
"Democrats need a strong, bold, sharp-edged and commonsense economic agenda. Policy, platform, message that appeal to the middle class, that resonate with the middle class, and show that — and unite Democrats."
"This economic message platform is going to resonate. It’s what we were missing, and it’s not going to be baby steps — it’s going to bold."
"But you lose an election, you don’t blame other people, you blame yourself."
Schumer says Democrats were missing economic message in 2016: "When you lose an election, you don't blame other people. You blame yourself." pic.twitter.com/pExnfYsXrv— This Week (@ThisWeekABC) June 25, 2017
But, if Schumer is suddenly having a change of heart on the whole blame game thing...we would fully support it. That said, he should probably reach out to Hillary to relay the new strategy because apparently she "Has 39 Problems, But Hillary Ain't One."