Charlie Kirk opened his podcast by on Wednesday by revisiting the last few presidential, senate, and congressional campaigns and elections, highlighting the Democrats’ creation of an “oligarchy of elections” to bolster weaker candidates.
He used John Fetterman as an example, comparing it to corporate risk management.
The system raises concerns about candidate quality and selection, ensuring candidates’ success through meticulous paper-chasing and micro-targeting.
“They create a machine where even if John Fetterman has a stroke, and he can’t speak, they’re still able to get him ‘elected’ because they chase pieces of paper, they micro-target it,” Kirk said.
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Kirk showcased an image portraying numerous organizing tools and left-leaning entities in the ‘Political Technology Industry Landscape,’ emphasizing the DNC’s role in building this oligarchy.
He contrasted this with the Republicans, lacking a similar infrastructure, and criticized their fixation on candidate selection, attributing their occasional lack of success to it.
“And Republicans have nothing even close to this,” he added. “This is what [the Democrats] are betting on in 2024.”
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Kirk also discussed David Ignatius, a prominent Washington Post columnist, characterizing him as influential in shaping the American ruling class narrative. He highlighted Ignatius’ suggestion that Joe Biden shouldn’t run in 2024 as a strategic move.