Party Transition COMPLETE: Men NOT Welcome!

battle of the sexes has broken out between New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and veteran Democratic strategist James Carville after he told the New York Times that the Democrats have “too many preachy females” harming the party’s fortunes. In reply, Rep. Ocasio-Cortez delivered a sharp quip on social media, saying, “Maybe he should start a podcast about it; I hear men are really underrepresented in that space.”

In his interview with the New York Times, Carville said the Democrats are performing poorly because they are pushing male voters away with a message that is “too feminine.” The former Clinton campaigner said Democrats are preaching at men, telling them not to drink beer or eat hamburgers because “everything you’re doing is destroying the planet.”

Mr. Carville added that he believes the media focuses on the party’s ability to win over women and how females—particularly non-white females—will determine the election. But, he argues, men have been forgotten, even though they make up almost 50% of the electorate.

The long-time strategist also noted the fall in support for Democrats among black and Hispanic voters – groups the party can usually rely on. A recent CBS survey, for example, showed that the number of black Americans backing President Biden has fallen from 87% in 2020 to 75% this year. Among Hispanics, support for the Democratic Party is at its lowest rate for over a decade.

The Biden campaign has noticed this drop, and new ad campaigns are geared toward winning back black and Latino communities. On March 19, the President and his team established a new program specifically aimed at Hispanics, starting with a visit to Nevada and Arizona, both states with significant Latino populations.

Campaign Manager Julie Chavez Rodriguez said, “The Latino vote was critical to the President’s victory in 2020, and 2024 will be no different.”

The campaign will feature English and Spanish ads and will primarily focus on drug prices and abortion rights.