‘Tis the season to be jolly and for Democrats to be in disarray. While hardworking families and job creators are jolly that Joe Manchin effectively tanked Biden’s “Build Back Broke” agenda for now, Democrat Senate hopefuls are contributing to their party’s widespread disarray. In their races to the Left across the country, Democrat Senate candidates are not holding back in their attacks on Manchin for halting the inflation-inducing, socialist spending spree. 

Here’s what Senate hopefuls are saying about Democrat Senator Joe Manchin 

Pennsylvania State Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta: “Manchin’s current decision is an egregious betrayal of working people […] it is so crucial that we win this [Pennsylvania] seat and have a true majority.”

Ohio Rep. Tim Ryan: “Hey @JoeManchinWV, giving up is not an option.”

Wisconsin Senate Candidate Alex Lasry: “This is what happens with a government that’s full of career politicians who have lost sight of the needs of the people they represent.”

Wisconsin Lt. Governor Mandela Barnes: “The Senate is so broken, but I refuse to be discouraged […] It’s unacceptable that initiatives like these with broad support from the American people can be stalled by the vote of any one senator.”

Former North Carolina State Supreme Court Chief Justice Cheri Beasley: “[The BBB] is certainly worth fighting for.”

Florida Rep. Val Demings: “I would vote for #BuildBackBetter in the Senate.”

While these radical Democrats vent their intraparty frustrations, the American people are better off knowing that each of these Senate hopefuls would vote for the “Build Back Broke” agenda to bankrupt America.

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