... Who Does the Current Democratic Party Really Consist Of ...
It is really a good question, and one I've pondered these past few weeks as I try to understand the politics of the 2020 campaign.
If you were to ask me what the Republican Party consisted of nowadays, I could say "white supremists" and be accurate, imo, better than half the time.
So my current opinion and answer to the question "Who Does the Current Democratic Party Really Consist Of" would be along the lines of, ~a lot of different people who have different opinions.~
While I do consider the lock-step loyalty that seems to be necessary in the current Republican Party to be a disadvantage...
I do not consider the seeming olio of opinions and goals that encompass the Democratic Party to be a negative.
Yeah, it makes it difficult to garner majority, but it does provide the opportunity for an individual's opinion to be heard, something the my old Republican Party is lacking of late.
Unfortunately, it is that welcoming of a diversity of opinion that the Democratic Party is forming the basis of the attacks upon the Democratic Party. That is yet another indicator of the strength, i.e., why attack weaknesses?
At this point in the campaign, the choice seems to be clar, if you want to have no opinion except the opinion of Pres Trump, then you're a Republican.
But if you want to stand for the opinion of the individual, then you're a Democrat.
Pres Trump has made it very clear that he does not tolerate dissension among his supporters.