She should have said, “actually care about” but the above gives one the sense of the situation.
The Dems have gone all in against a president who was elected by the people of the United States. Many Dems think this is a winning strategy. And indeed it may be. However I would say that it is more likely that it is not a winning strategy. Do the Dems think all the Trump people (and people who still believe in our constitutional republic) are just going to roll over and let people like Nancy Pelosi, Maxine Waters (a puppet by the way), and George Soros overturn an election? Not a chance.
Democrats are increasingly conflicted about how forcefully to press the issue of possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.
Fearful of alienating voters who appear more concerned about the economy and health care, Democrats campaigning in districts across the country are de-emphasizing Russia in their rhetoric — and some are warning that a persistent focus on the Russia investigation could backfire.
“In the races where I’m working, I think voters think that Russia is important and that the questions need to get answered,” Bill Burton, a veteran Democratic consultant, said at a political convention this past weekend. “But they’re mostly sick of hearing about it, and they want to hear politicians talk about things that are more directly important in their lives.”
In a state that is critical to the party’s efforts to retake the House, Darry Sragow, a Democratic strategist whose California Target Book handicaps races in California, called Russia a “distraction” and said Democrats “are going to be in deep, deep trouble if they don’t start talking about what voters care about.”
Translation: We’ve been out in the districts and the whole Trump/Russia thing ain’t working with voters.