If you only came here for the link and not the commentary then here it is. http://www.wnd.com/2016/08/communist-party-unites-behind-hillary/
Lets wind the clocks back a year to July 30th, 2015.
Trump was mocked as being a long shot all the while eating up whole news cycles of coverage, spreading his message of anti-illegal immigrant populism. Bernie was a new phenomenon drawing 100,000+ crowds to hear his message of Karl Marx and the country was still reeling from the death of Sandra Bland in Police custody.
Chris Mathews invited the head of the DNC, Debbie Wasserman Shultz, to his program to discuss the role of this emerging star, Bernie Sanders in the Democrat party. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JHpiMv3Sy8Q&feature=youtu.be&t=57s
When Chris Mathews asks Debbie straight up, "What is the difference between a Democrat and a Socialist?", you can almost see Debbie struggle to not stutter her way through a personal attack which, at this point in her life, has become second nature whenever any honest question is asked.
The reason she deflected and deflected like a politician in a sex scandal is because Chris Mathews is an icon of liberalism and his viewers won't be swayed with a trigger word like "racist, misogynist, womanizer, Islamophobe, homophobe, ect."
The media picked up on this story immediately and most well versed political circles were discussing the same question posed to the head of the DNC. Debbie was invited on other shows but when the question came up she continued to deflect and nobody ever got to the bottom of where the current democrat party stands with regard to Fabian Socialism.
One year later it seems the question has been put into a clearer context if not answered all together. While Socialism derives from the Fabian society and Communism derives from Karl Marx, two significantly different schools of thought with significantly different methods, their goals are strikingly similiar.
In particular, the Communist Party USA is much less in line with Karl Marx and more in line with Fabian Socialism when their ideology is analyzed.
Today, the American Democratic party becomes a haven for socialists and the foe Capitalism and meritocracy. This revelation that Fabian Socialists, including Bernie Sanders, have put their support behind Hillary Clinton may pleasure some of you and enrage others. I ask that you keep in clean.
I could address the unlikeliness of Clinton rejecting their endorsement or address the pros and cons of a socialist society or dig deeper into how the Democratic party got so far off the deep end but those are stories for another day.
Today, I want to ask you, the community, "What do you
think the difference between a democrat and a socialist is?" and "Do you think the American Democratic Party has moved too far to the left on economic issues?"
Edited 8/8/2016 05:32:05