Carville: ‘Too Many Preachy’ Dem Females Hurting Party In Polls

( – Democrat strategist John Carville stoked controversy by stating that the party has too many “preachy females” who are putting off male voters. The Clinton-era adviser said males have effectively been excluded by the Democrats, who seem to focus on winning the women’s vote at the expense of men. He added that the party is preaching to men that they should not drink beer or eat meat because their activities are “killing the planet.”

Speaking to Maureen Dowd of the New York Times, Carville said President Biden is “obsessed” with winning back black male voters, but the party’s message is “too feminine” and too focused on women, particularly women of color. He noted that almost half the electorate is male and asked, “Do you mind if they have some consideration?”

Mr. Carville did not single out any specific women lawmakers, but one of the most outspoken, New Yorker Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, replied on social media suggesting he start a podcast to address his grievances. “I hear men are really underrepresented in that space,” she wrote.

The two Democrats are no strangers to spats and have publicly clashed before. Carville represents a more centrist faction of the party, with Ocasio-Cortez taking a strongly progressive position. In 2021, Carville blamed “political correctness” and “wokeness” for the party’s poor showing in polls, prompting a backlash from Ocasio-Cortez.

The New York Rep. insisted the party does not have a “wokeness” problem and claimed the term is not an insult but a promise to address racial inequalities.

Ms. Ocasio-Cortez was not, however, the only female Democrat to respond to Carville’s latest politically incorrect comments. Presidential candidate Marianne Williamson said the issue is not too many preachy women but that those women are “repeating what men have already said.” The remarks chime with Williamson’s determination to change politics and the nature of the American political and economic system.

Commentator Charlotte Clymer pointed out that the last time Carville was involved in a successful campaign was in 1992.

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