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Democratic strategist James Carville unleashed a scathing critique of the Democratic Party’s messaging during a recent episode of his Politicon podcast. With fervor and candor, Carville took aim at the party’s approach to issues such as Gaza and student loan forgiveness, lamenting its failure to connect with key demographics.

Carville’s frustration was palpable as he questioned why certain segments of the electorate, particularly young people and Black voters, were not aligning with the Democratic Party. “We keep wondering why these young people are not coming home to the Democrats,” he exclaimed, his tone laden with exasperation. “Why are Blacks not coming home to the Democrats? Because Democrat messaging is full of s—, that’s why!”

His blunt assessment highlighted a perceived gap between the party’s messaging and the concerns of these crucial voting blocs. For Carville, it was clear that the current approach was falling short in resonating with these demographics.

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