Democrats’ NYC Mayor Eric Adams needs to be challenged by the AOC inspired socialists of the city.

Have you heard the one where the dinosaurs of the DNC think they will forever be

representative of progressive change in the US? And the punchline is…the DNC’s

delusional thinking. As we know, the American two-party system serves the interests of

the few, not the many. True American Progressives need then to ditch the DNC for

good and start looking to politicians that are committed to meaningful socio-economic

change, tackling the climate crisis and democratic socialism.

Of course, socialism is a dirty word in large parts of the States and its everyday

vernacular. Which is, of course, complete garbage. President Harry Truman summed

this up perfectly with the following:

“Socialism is a scare word they have hurled at every advance the people have made in

the last 20 years.


Socialism is what they called public power.

Socialism is what they called social security.


Socialism is what they called farm price supports.


Socialism is what they called bank deposit insurance.


Socialism is what they called the growth of free and independent labor organizations.


Socialism is their name for almost anything that helps all the people.”

This is why the Democrats’ NYC Mayor Eric Adams needs to be challenged by the AOC

inspired socialists of the city. In doing so, we can beat back Adam’s fixation with “stop

and frisk” – a blatant assault on civil and human rights. Furthermore, AOC needs to

mount a primary challenge to the daddy of the Democrat dinosaurs, Chuck Schumer.

His star has not just faded decades ago, it imploded under the weight of his empty

promises and actions.

Just look at the Democrats failure to end the racist inspired Senate filibuster. All it took

was Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema, blatant reactionary conservatives, to bring the

whole movement in the Senate to do away with the filibuster, crashing down. That the

likes of Manchin and Sinema, supposed Democrats, can have that sort of profound

effect on our democracy means that our democracy is actually highly dysfunctional and

not the glowing example to the rest of the world that some think it is. That is something

that we as true Progressives can no longer tolerate.

Poll after poll continues to show that most of the American people want real change and

are therefore increasingly looking to the potential and ground-breaking insights

politicians like AOC, Andrew Yang and Stacy Abrams. Those giants of Progressivism

tower above the visionless an