Democratic strategist James Carville sounded the alarm recently about the Democratic Party saying that “no one” is in charge and that he is not optimistic about the Democrats taking back the Senate in 2018.
Sunday, on New York’s AM 970, Carville commented that “no one” was in charge of the Democratic Party. He added, according to Breitbart News:
[If] a party is out of power and we don’t have a presidential candidate there is no one going to be in charge until sometime in 2020 when we choose a presidential candidate. I think right now most Democrats are trying to focus on the 2018 elections and trying to recruit people and keep incumbents, and, you know, I would say we have a pretty good chance of taking the House back. The Senate is very, very difficult.
Carville, commenting on the Senate, brought up some of the most basic facts that Democrats seem to be avoiding the painful reality of:
“The problem in the Senate is we have a large number of seats we have to old in states that Donald Trump carried. Indiana, Missouri, you know, places like that we have to hold seats.”
This post originally appeared on The Gateway Pundit