On board the Democrat train wreck

For some unimaginable reason the Democrats have decided that they can get my vote, bombarding me with insider polls, fundraising requests, and information about a variety of campaigns.

I get emails from Team Joe that provide an insight into the fallacious attacks against President Trump.

There doesn’t seem to be a lot of energy in the base if their constant funding appeals are any indication. I got two in the last days of May, urging me to contribute because the campaign was falling short of its targets.

Earlier in the month, I participated in a poll to determine the issues for the Biden campaign. Somehow, I don’t think my choices of pro-life, strong military, and tough immigration policies are likely to move to the top of the Biden agenda.

But I’m also on other Democrat teams. I didn’t really join any of them. I just started getting email messages from a variety of campaigns. They certainly didn’t get my name off voting registration. But it is an indication of how poorly educated the campaign teams are to even ask me for a donation to their campaigns.

The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, led by Chuckie Schumer, seems particularly distressed. On May 31, I got this email: “We’ve got a must-hit goal of raising $600,000 by the end of this month, and right now we’re falling short with just hours left until the deadline.”

The Democrats seem particularly worried about the New Hampshire seat of Jeanne Shaheen. If she doesn’t win, the Dems say, the GOP will retain control of the Senate. She last won the seat with 51 percent of the vote in 2014. It’s worth noting that she hadn’t released her income tax statements for the past 18 years.

Ben Ray Lujan, a Hispanic congressman from New Mexico, also seems in trouble. I get constant pleas for money for his campaign. I have no idea why the Dems think a Republican white guy from Pennsylvania would give money to Lujan.

It’s rather sad but informative that the Dems have little idea of how they are wasting their money—however little it may be—to convince me to participate in their campaigns. It underlines how ineffective the Dems can be in gathering basic intelligence about any issue.

I’ll keep you posted on what we Democrat “insiders” are learning about the campaigns!