Ex-Clinton Advisor Slams DNC’s Third-Party Obsession

Mark Penn, a former advisor to President Bill Clinton, took the Democratic National Committee (DNC) to task for apparently misplaced priorities. He criticized the DNC for focusing on attacking third-party candidates like Robert F. Kennedy Jr. rather than addressing President Joe Biden’s floundering approval ratings.

In a fiery segment on Fox News’ “America’s Newsroom,” Penn highlighted the DNC’s efforts to combat third-party candidates, particularly Kennedy, whom they see as a potential threat to Biden’s reelection. Penn raised eyebrows by suggesting that the DNC should be more concerned about Biden’s performance and popularity rather than worrying about third-party challengers. He pointed out that Kennedy’s rise in the polls, even breaking into double digits, was surprising but not necessarily indicative of long-term success.

It’s refreshing to see a former Democratic insider like Penn calling out the DNC for its misplaced priorities. Instead of attacking third-party candidates, the DNC should be focusing on addressing the real issues facing Biden’s presidency, such as his handling of the economy, immigration, and other crucial matters. It’s time for the DNC to stop playing political games and start focusing on delivering results for the American people.

The DNC’s decision to form a specialized team in March dedicated to countering third-party and independent candidates in the 2024 election shows just how out of touch they are with the concerns of everyday Americans. Instead of trying to undermine alternative candidates like Cornel West, Jill Stein, and the No Labels “Unity Ticket,” perhaps the DNC should be working on generating real solutions to the problems facing our country.

In the end, Penn’s critique serves as a wake-up call to the DNC. If they continue to ignore the fundamental issues at hand and instead focus on attacking third-party candidates, they do so at their own peril. It’s time for the DNC to get their priorities straight and start putting the needs of the American people first, rather than engaging in petty political squabbles. Let’s hope they heed Penn’s advice before it’s too late.

Written by Staff Reports

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