The Democratic field for the 2020 election is starting to take shape. By now, most of the candidates that will campaign for the chance to face off against Trump in the general election have already announced their intention to run. This gives us a good idea of what the 2020 Democratic field will look like, and so far, it’s concerning.
This new field of Democratic candidate marks what is arguably the furthest shift to the left in the party’s history. So far, the frontrunners for the nomination include far-left socialist Bernie Sanders, almost as far-left and almost as socialist Elizabeth Warren, the far-left representative from Hawaii, Tulsi Gabbard, and a number of other candidates that make Hillary Clinton and Barrack Obama look like moderates.
The Democratic Party has been drifting to the left for some time now. However, the election of Donald Trump seems to have rapidly accelerated that leftward drift. Now, it seems almost a likelihood that, no matter who wins the Democratic nomination, they will be further to the left than any candidate to ever win a major party nomination.
This could end up helping Trump secure the election if American voters decide they aren’t ready to fully embrace socialism and other far-left policies. Or, it could mean radical changes for the country if a far-left candidate such as Bernie Sanders is actually able to win.
Fox News’ Chris Wallace has more on this below.
~ Liberty Video News