February 5, 2020
My Dear Reader,
The disaster at the Iowa caucus has left the DNC with very little credibility and has only widened the gap between the new wave democrats and the establishment. Unlike the divide on the right, which is typically bridged during an election year, the divide on the left has made enemies in a time when they need to be friends. The divide between the mainstream left and the socialists has been shaky at best with a brief bonding between AOC and Pelosi in early 2019. Yet as the DNC, who notoriously rigged themselves against Bernie in 2016, attempts to count votes in Iowa, the more vocal socialists are starting to turn on them. The DNC has left itself with very little wiggle room even in its own ranks it would seem, and this could hurt voter turnout.
This is good news for business however, as the chance that one of the more radical candidates wins the primary with the odds against them is now lower than ever. We may have another 4 year repreve of insane economics. The question is: what will happen in 2024?
To your creation and potential,