With the Democratic Party in full fire two weeks before the midterm elections, now is a good time to take a quick look at the party’s leaders — present and future.

President Biden just sat down in the White House to tell a man dressed as a woman that as “a moral question and a legal question,” neither state governments nor parents should be allowed to They protect the child from doctors who are trying to perform organ transplants. Surgery or chemical castration of that child – a barbaric practice we don’t even do to convicted rapists.

President of the United States. An elected public figure. Sitting in the White House. Two weeks before the election.

This is madness.

No wonder the guy was so eager to hand over Afghanistan’s women and billions of dollars worth of US military equipment to the Taliban. Both Mr. Biden and the Taliban wholeheartedly accept child genital mutilation.

It is one of those moments that will forever define a tragic time in history.

So, what about Mr. Biden’s vice president? Let’s just ask Mr. Biden.

“His spine is like a ramrod,” Mr. Biden said, wandering out, looking rather lost.

“You know there’s no public figure that has a 60% favorable rating,” he added lamely. “I mean, you know, mostly – and – but – she’s doing great.”

Among other things, Kamala Harris is Mr. Biden’s “border czar.”

Third in line for the Democrats is House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who is somehow older than Mr. Biden but still sometimes manages to be less crazy than Mr. Biden or his vice president.

Asked on Sunday about the crushing inflation that is impoverishing Americans at rates we haven’t seen in 40 years, Mrs Pelosi explained her party’s political strategy: Must change!”

Points for honesty.

All of Washington celebrated as Mrs. Pelosi became the first female speaker of the House. Hopefully, Washington will give equal time to the historic moment when Mrs. Pelosi becomes the first woman in American history to lose the gift of speaker twice.

Okay, so the ghosts of the Democrat Party present are pretty dark. Let’s not dwell on the ghosts of the Democrat Party’s past – because most of them are still wearing pointy white hoods.

Instead, let’s take a look at the future ghosts of the Democrat Party.

Stacey Abrams is running for governor again in Georgia. For years we have been told that he is the future of the party. In a friendly interview last week, he was asked to explain his platform for dealing with the economic downturn facing Georgia voters amid skyrocketing gas prices, inflation and mortgage rates.

The answer to that? Kill your children before they are born.

“Let’s be clear,” Ms. Abrams said. “Having kids makes you worry about the price of gas. So you worry about how much food costs.

This is madness. And evil.

No wonder Jeffrey Dahmer’s new television biopic is such a rage these days. This entire Democrat Party is led by literal serial killers.

Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez at least has the decency to wipe children’s blood off her mouth when she speaks in public. But his street cred and status as a rock star have faded badly.

Last week, he faced an auditorium full of angry former supporters demanding to know why he had sold out the Democrat war machine in Ukraine. Also, why has he and his party caused so much economic misery to the people he promised to help?

Of course she didn’t say it, but the truth is that this economic meltdown is exactly the economic utopia that Ms. Ocasio-Cortez and her Democratic Party have been promising for years.

Out in Oregon—the most progressive Democrat utopia in America—Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler finally surrendered.

For years, Mr. Wheeler has used all the best methods the Democrats can come up with in his city. The result has been a 50 percent increase in homelessness and an 83 percent increase in homicides. Today, the once-beautiful city has 700 homeless encampments, which would more accurately be called open-air drug markets, street-corner sex dives and bathrooms without walls on the sidewalk.

With an American flag and a gay flag, Mr. Wheeler declares that the city has finally had enough of the terrible Democrat policies that are destroying his city and country.

“The magnitude and depth of the homeless crisis in our city is nothing short of a humanitarian disaster,” he said Friday. “Collectively, it’s a whirlwind of trouble for all involved.”

As bleak as the future of the Democratic Party may be, there may be a glimmer of hope for America’s future.

• Charles Hurt is opinion editor at OlxPraca.

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