Investor’s Edge with Gary Kaltbaum


"In his first 16 months as President, Joe Biden has done exactly what he said he would do if elected—help America overcome an unprecedented pandemic, rebuild a battered economy from the bottom up and middle out so that it works for all of us, and restore our standing in the world." -Bill Clinton

It’s never too late to change parties because it seems the Democrats are imploding as they turn on each other. Many have seen increased infighting as they lose control as the midterms close in. Recently an attack that has made headlines is Senator Bernie Sanders. The wannabe-Presidental nominee has gone after two senators he believes are holding up primary legislation.

Sen. Sanders accosted senators Joe Manchin (D-VA) and Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) for not siding with other fellow Democrats on the recent controversial voting rights bill. He took to Twitter to let everyone know how he felt.

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) is planning on voting Wednesday, but they may not be able to pass the legislation without these two senators. Currently, the squad has also voiced their concerns on the two senators by creating anti-Manchin ads in the last few weeks.

In an interview on “The View,” Senator Warnock (D-GA) claimed that Manchin and Sinema were both dismissing their 1965 moment by not passing this bill. This is in reference to the Civil Rights Acts.

This infighting and seeing the Democrats turning on each other has many worried that there is no hope for the party moving forward. Many are seeing a red wave possible after the recent victory of Glenn Youngkin in Virginia.

[Source New York Post]