Senator Cory Booker appeared at the Netroots 2018 conference.
Netroots is the annual gathering of far-left ("progressive") activists. For presidential hopefuls hoping to generate buzz among the base, Netroots is a must. This year Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris, and Cory Booker were among the speakers.
Following Hillary Clinton's second failed attempt to win the presidency, a few leftwing pundits ventured the opinion that the Democratic Party should reconsider putting all of its eggs in the identity politics basket. That didn't last long, however, and the left clumsily embraced "intersectionality" in the form of #TheResistance.
If you love Daily Kos, Van Jones and Keith Ellison, you'll love Elizabeth Warren. If you love public employee unions running the state, you'll love Elizabeth Warren. If you loved the Wisconsin Recall, you'll love Elizabeth Warren.
The big union and Hollywood money and progressive media machine are...
It only took one panel discussion at Netroots to reveal just how divided the left is in its narrative over how to handle Wisconsin.
Audience member Lisa Graves from The Center for Media and Democracy's PRWatch, upset with the panel's analysis of Obama's interaction with the Wisconsin...