Democrats and their media have led an aggressive push to eliminate the filibuster, crush the minority party, rig the entire system, and do it in the name of ‘democracy’ because of their narrow hold on the government.
The Harvard/Harris poll is a painful and blunt rebuttal of the very arguments that the Washington Post and the New York Times have spent weeks blaring through their print and digital megaphones. Numbers like these are a big part of why Biden pulled back on his threat to veto a bipartisan infrastructure deal (as bad as it is) and denied that he had even made the threat. Americans are making it clear that the Dems don’t have unilateral power and aren’t empowered to force their agenda at any cost.
78% of respondents want Biden to take a bipartisan infrastructure deal, only 22% want to hold of for Biden’s push for a bigger bill with more taxes.
68% want it to be bipartisan.
These are absolutely crushing numbers in which not even a quarter of the country is on the Demand Justice side of this argument. It’s not remotely close.
60% to 40% want less spending, lower taxes, and a smaller deficit. 57% want compromises with Republicans while only 43% support the Sanders approach.
So much for ‘democracy’.