A really perceptive view of current America can be found over at The Coffee House written by Daniel McCarthy. He spotted the 'Truth That Dared Not Show Its Face' which he sums up in this extract:
The protests liberals whipped up against Kavanaugh this weekend, on the other hand, revealed too much about their own weakness. Washington, D.C. is a majority Democratic city with a black majority. But the Democratic votes out there yelling about Kavanaugh were as white as any country club gathering of Republicans. They looked like a line of Starbucks patrons — Caucasian, professional, largely millennial, with earth tones and earnest expressions aplenty. Men and women wore the same fashionable glasses and more or less the same clothes. It was a Pumpkin Spice Riot.
Where were the black Democrats? [My emphasis] Where were the non-yuppies? Hillary Clinton could have asked the same questions on November 9, 2016, after she failed to get them to show up for her the way they’d showed up for Barack Obama. That election, like the Kavanaugh protest, showed that white liberalism has a problem: it’s too liberal for a majority of whites, yet too distant from the concerns of most non-whites. But its proponents enjoy so much cultural prestige as liberals and so much self-confidence as part of a historic white majority — however much they may disdain such a thing — that they failed to recognise how alienated they are from everyone else. They see themselves as the natural moral arbiters of society. But nobody else sees them that way. [My emphasis]
He reminds us that 'HillBilly' failed to get the black vote out in sufficient numbers to fend off Trump and wonders if the same lethargy will rain on the Democratic parade in November?
Read it and weep - with laughter or sadness!