At Breibart by Julia Hahn --
While Donald Trump has been consolidating his base of support, the
opposite appears to be happening for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton,
who seems to be hemorrhaging supporters from her progressive base.
Clinton’s long-running rift with the progressive left has been a
vulnerability for her throughout her campaign — dating back to the
Yet, in the closing days of the 2016 campaign, the rift has been laid
bare through a combination of WikiLeaks revelations, a series of
high-profile endorsements for Green Party presidential nominee Jill
Stein from progressives like Marc Lamont Hill, Cornel West, and Susan
Sarandon, as well as polling data that suggests Trump’s broad populist
messaging is resonating with Democrat-leaning voters.
Contrary to the narrative perpetuated by corporate media, many
prominent liberals are now expressing their belief that installing
Hillary Clinton, a “corporatist hawk,” in the White House is “the true danger” and would be “more dangerous”
for progressive values, the well-being of the nation, and the stability
of the world than would four years of a Donald Trump presidency.