The Democrat Party’s great firewall is the intersectional coalition’s alliance with its hard-left base. Various ethnic and sexual identitarian groups, along with these hardline leftists, have found common cause in their opposition to Republicans and, as such, overwhelmingly throw their support behind Democrats.
But this opposition to Republicans is about all that unites them politically. Far more divides them culturally, and as a diverse coalition with a multitude of interests, they view the Democrat Party as a means to wildly different ends. This causes friction along fault lines that, if Republican operatives were intelligent, they would exploit with gusto.
Take, for instance, Islam’s opposition to one of Democrats’ most important stances: emboldening homosexuality and transgenderism.
This past weekend, after arguing with parental rights activist BillBoard