Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.), confirmed that presidential candidate Joe Biden will still turn left in his politics if elected next week. 

“We will have a cohort of progressives that are very clear about their objectives for wanting the implementation of Medicare for All and a Green New Deal and raising the minimum wage and not allowing for fracking,” Omar told Axios on Oct. 27. 

Omar went even further by postulating that progressive officials like her should be appointed to all government Cabinet posts.

Likewise, in spite of talking about wanting a unified country, she completely excluded members of the Republican Party from the administrative team.

Both the political agenda of the Democrats and their strong support for members of Marxist groups, which have led the riots causing death and destruction in many U.S. cities since the death of George Floyd on May 25, characterize the Democratic Party’s radical shift.

That the radical left has taken over the Democratic Party is something that alienated many of its members, and that motivated Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) to shine a light on the party’s activities.

“If the Democrats win, you are looking at Bernie in ascension. You’re looking at AOC. Mark my words, Elizabeth Warren as Treasury Secretary. Bernie might be Secretary of State,” speculated Cruz on his website

“These are radicals and that’s where the Democratic party is. I don’t think that’s where the American people are,” Cruz warned as he announced his new video series titled “The Biden Express Heads to the Left.” 

Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA.) made the same point, mentioning something that he said is obvious to Americans, and that is that Biden is just a tool used by leftists. 

“Let me tell you what I think is obvious to the American people,” Kennedy said. “Mr. Biden is a tool. Bernie Sanders is the oracle. Mr. Biden is the nominee, but Senator Sanders is the party leader,” Kennedy added.

“LISTEN: @SenJohnKennedy responds after Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden said he won’t give his opinion on packing the court until after the election” tweeted America’s Newsroom.

Sign up to receive our latest news!

By submitting this form, I agree to the terms.