Remember when Dems couldn’t publicly admit they were socialists, even though we all knew they were?  Today they all have to bow before the altar of socialism.  My how things change.  And soon, the same will be true of “communism” among the American left.  How quickly they forget over 100 million people killed.

Remember when Democrats couldn’t publicly admit they were socialists, even though we all knew they were?  Today, they all have to bow before the altar of socialism.  

My how things change!

Cheryl K. Chumley wrote a fascinating piece in The Washington Timesabout the

National Committee of the Communist Party USA’s new tactics to gain power in America.

Though Chairman John Bachtell believes our nation needs a third political party for communists, he’s just fine working with the Democrats to infiltrate our halls of power until that day comes. 

“It’s true both parties are dominated by Wall Street interests … [but] the Democratic Party is also home to labor, African Americans, Latinos, other communities of color, women, most union members, young people and a wide range of social and democratic movements … [and] labor and other key social forces are not about to leave the Democratic Party anytime soon,” Mr. Bachtell wrote.

His point?

“This necessarily means working with the Democratic Party,” Mr. Bachtell wrote.

He also made clear the communist goal wasn’t to “build the Democratic Party,” but rather “the broad people’s movement led by labor that utilizes the vehicle of the Democratic Party to advance its agenda.”

He’s so brazen he actually published his plans in an essay on the “People’s World” website. However, I have to concede he’s right to assume that Democrats won’t even be bothered by the communists’ plan.

Democrats already happily label themselves socialist. They’re leaning to left that pretty soon, they’ll have to call themselves “communist” to even run for dog catcher.

How quickly they forget over 100 million killed.

Hat Tip: Washington Times

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