Van Jones stuns CNN hosts with some harsh truths about the state of the Democratic Party (VIDEO)

When it comes to people who work in the liberal media, Van Jones is almost as stubborn as you can get.

But even he sees the cracks that are forming in the current Democratic Party. This week he had a moment on CNN that left two presenters with nothing to say in response.

He explained how vigilance alienates voters and was right once.

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Van Jones leaves CNN presenters stunned after spitting on Democratic truth

Van Jones may be a liberal, but when he’s right, he’s right. On Friday, he was right to give a brief and effective critique of the current state of the Democratic Party.

While making one of his regular appearances on CNN, the former Obama administration official explained how Democrats are completely out of touch with the working class, creating a party of deaf elites. But that’s the way he explained the things that ultimately left the hosts sitting in stunned silence.

Indeed, the looks on the faces of Brianna Keiler and John Berman are simply priceless.

As Jones says, the modern Democratic Party is just “weird.” He raised the idea of ​​calling Latinos “Latinos,” noting that normal middle-class people had never met “Latinos.” Nor have they met anyone who identifies with the acronym “BIPOC”, which I had to search on Google to find out what it means. Apparently, “black, local, colorful people” no longer have enough identifiers and need more. The left has split the country so much that it is impossible to keep up with all the different groups they have created.

Here is the video:

Some people on the left were really angry about that. They do not want to hear the truth.

The far left will eventually destroy the Democrats’ brand if they have not already done so.

Let them.

Cross, published by American Lookout.

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