Who Are The 81 Socialists In Congress?
Before we answer the question posed above, it is vitally important to understand that those within the radical left wing movement in America today no longer call themselves “socialists” or “communists” (or even “liberals” in some cases).
The radical left wing has rebranded itself as the “Progressive Movement” and “progressives” are presently operating at the highest levels in our government and advancing their socialist ideology, while shielded from the vilifying labels of “communism” and “socialism”.
Why was rebranding necessary? Why do socialists and communists now call themselves “progressives”? Part of the answer can be found in a recent PEW Research Center survey which indicated that 68% of Americans react positively to the word “Progressive” while only 23% have a negative reaction. On the other hand, 59% of Americans have a negative reaction to the word “Socialism” while only 29% have a positive reaction to the word.
But don’t be confused by the name change. Slick marketing does not change the fact that the terms “Progressive” and “Socialist” are virtually synonymous in politics today; nor does it change the fact that the most prominent manifestation of the socialist (progressive) political machine today, the Congressional Progressive Caucus (CPC), presently holds the reins of power and constitutes the largest voting block of Democrats in House of Representatives.
This group of 81 representatives and senators has deep and long-standing ties to the socialist movement in America and is presently pushing its Marxist agenda into legislation, strategically dismantling the constitution in the process.
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