How to help save the Democratic party

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., on Wednesday called for the Democratic National Committee to help “rescue” the party from a new threat posed by the self-described “alt-right” and “white supremacist” movement.

“The Democrats need to take a stand against these extremists, not just for the sake of party unity, but to protect the American people from the far right,” Schumer said in a statement.

“We need to stop playing political games with our party and get on the ground and help the DNC fight this new and frightening enemy.”

The group is comprised of a number of individuals, many of whom have been labeled white nationalists and white supremacists, including former Breitbart News Executive Chairman Steve Bannon, former National Policy Director of the far-right American Renaissance David Duke, former White House strategist Steve Bannon and former White Nationalist Council chair Jared Taylor.

In a series of tweets, Schumer called on the DNC to provide more resources to the party.

The Democrats should help the party resist this alt-right threat by providing more resources.

It is critical that the DNC provide more manpower to the DNC in order to protect American democracy. — Chuck Schumer (@SenSchumer) August 31, 2021The DNC should also provide more infrastructure and training to the people who run the party, including outreach to minority communities and to communities of color, Schumer added.

“As the Democratic Party gains ground in the polls and the Democrats are gaining ground on the far left, it is important that we do everything we can to build on the gains that we have made in the past two years and work to defend those gains against the alt-left and their hateful rhetoric,” Schumer continued.

“We need the Democrats to stand together to defeat this alt right and to stop the rise of the alt right.”

Democrats need to stand united against the threat of the ‘alt-left’ and ‘white supremacist’ movement. — Chuck (@SenShumer) September 1, 2021Schumer also called on Democrats to focus on “unifying our party” and to ensure the party is not “taken over by the alt left.”

He called on Democratic leaders to be “a little bit more concerned about what happens with the alt Left.”

“We have to be careful about who we are united with,” Schumer added, referencing the fact that many in the party are aligned with the far Left.

“If you want to keep your place in the future, you have to have unity.

If you don’t have unity, you can’t build the future you want.”

Democratic party leadership needs to take on the Alt-Left and stop the alt Right.

pic.twitter,@DNCCommittee — Chuck Sanders (@SenSanders) August 30, 2021Democrats need a strategy to win elections in 2018, not a bunch of tweets.

We need to build unity.

— Chuck Schwartz (@SenChuckSchumer_) August 29, 2021″The alt-Right and white supremacist movements are not new to the Democratic primary field.

They are the most dangerous and extreme elements in our party.

They have become the de facto wing of the Democratic establishment.

The Democratic Party needs to protect its core constituency and work with Democrats across the aisle to defeat these extreme groups.”

Schumer was joined in his call by Rep. Keith Ellison, D.M., the first Muslim elected to Congress and the first openly gay member of Congress, and Rep. Jerrold Nadler, D.-N.J.

The White House said in late May that it would not be taking any actions to help the Democratic congressional candidates fight the Trump-backed “Alt-Right.”

President Donald Trump on Wednesday signed an executive order calling on the Department of Justice to launch a criminal investigation into the Alt Right, the far Right, and “White Supremacists” who have claimed responsibility for violent clashes at a rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, in August.

Trump also called for a “war on white supremacy” in his speech to a joint session of Congress on Tuesday.

The president also called the Alt Left “anti-American.”

In addition to the “Alt Right,” there are several other groups in the GOP, such as the National Socialist Movement and the Nationalist Resistance League.

Trump, on Wednesday, said the alt, white, and Christian supremacist groups are part of a “far-right agenda” and that they are the real enemy of American democracy and “have to be defeated.”

Schulz, who was first elected to the Senate in 2016, also called out Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell for his support of Bannon and for failing to oppose Trump’s move to ban the immigration of Muslims from the six nations in the Middle East.

“The leader of the Republican Party, Mitch McConnell, has failed the American public and his party in the most important election he can have,” Schumer tweeted.

“He must resign.”McConnell,