Like the Democratic Party… Millenials are like “I’m good”… all it took was one election… watching the DNC cape for Hillary, throw Bernie under the bus, Bernie fold like soft tissue, Donna Brazile and Roland Martin throw all their journalistic integrity out the window to ride the Clinton gravy train to the White House… All that, and oh yeah, they have no platform.<br><br>The stench is so bad that some are willing to overlook Trump and vote Republican in 2018 or not vote at all. <br><br>”Although nearly two of three young voters polled said they do not like Republican President Donald Trump, their distaste for him does not necessarily extend to all Republicans or translate directly into votes for Democratic congressional candidates.<br><br>Terry Hood, 34, an African-American who works at a Dollar General store in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and took this year’s poll, said he voted for Democrat Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election.<br><br>But he will consider a Republican for Congress because he believes the party is making it easier to find jobs and he applauds the recent Republican-led tax cut.<br><br>“It sounds strange to me to say this about the Republicans, but they’re helping with even the small things,” Hood said in a phone interview. “They’re taking less taxes out of my paycheck. I notice that.” <br><br>The foxes are driving folks to the wolves…

Like the Democratic Party… Millenials are like “I’m good”… all it took was one election… watching the DNC cape for Hillary, throw Bernie under the bus, Bernie fold like soft tissue, Donna Brazile and Roland Martin throw all their journalistic integrity out the window to ride the Clinton gravy train to the White House… All that, and oh yeah, they have no platform.

The stench is so bad that some are willing to overlook Trump and vote Republican in 2018 or not vote at all.

“Although nearly two of three young voters polled said they do not like Republican President Donald Trump, their distaste for him does not necessarily extend to all Republicans or translate directly into votes for Democratic congressional candidates.

Terry Hood, 34, an African-American who works at a Dollar General store in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and took this year’s poll, said he voted for Democrat Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election.

But he will consider a Republican for Congress because he believes the party is making it easier to find jobs and he applauds the recent Republican-led tax cut.

“It sounds strange to me to say this about the Republicans, but they’re helping with even the small things,” Hood said in a phone interview. “They’re taking less taxes out of my paycheck. I notice that.”

The foxes are driving folks to the wolves…

Exclusive: Democrats Lose Ground With Millennials-Reuters/Ipsos Poll

Enthusiasm for the Democratic Party is waning among millennials as its candidates head into the crucial midterm congressional elections, according to the Reuters/Ipsos national opinion poll.

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