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U.S. Senate Democrats suddenly quit & cause mayhem in Washington, D.C.

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The Democrat Party is falling apart. There’s no denying that after this news.

As U.S. Senate Democrats have suddenly quit and they’ve caused mayhem in Washington, D.C.

Oddly enough, foreign policy has been the major issue that has had the Democrats thinking about waging political civil war against one another. The Biden administration’s Afghanistan pullout disaster was only the beginning.

Today, the Israel-Hamas conflict following the brutal and inhumane attack on innocent Israeli citizens on October 7th has been an issue that is proving difficult for Democrats to navigate.

The Joe Biden administration initially voiced support for Israel in their effort to completely eliminate Hamas in the region in response to the October 7th attack, but that hasn’t worked out for the Democrats.

The radical Leftist base is criticizing Joe Biden and company as being complicit in some form of a “genocide” that they claim the Israeli government is committing in Gaza against Palestinians. This isn’t the truth of course, but it’s what they are saying.

In response, there’s even been new political groups set up that are designed to specifically get former Joe Biden voters to vote for anyone else in 2024 because of his initial support for Israel.

Since then, Joe Biden has tried to change his tune but he’s done so unsuccessfully. Democrats still remain split on this issue. Consider the freshman Democrat Senator John Fetterman.

Fetterman has been outspoken in his support for Israel and he’s received a ton of pushback for that. The latest example is how his own staff is quitting and joining the staff of other Democrats in Congress instead.

Take a look at this video of Fetterman hilariously flying an Israel flag in response to annoying protestors trying to tell him he’s supporting “genocide”.

In less than a month, three of Senator John Fetterman’s senior communication workers have departed for other Left-leaning offices and positions.

The resignations occur as the Pennsylvania Democrat has become well-known for his views on immigration and Israel, which have set him apart from some of his fellow Democrats.

Formerly, Joe Calvello served as Fetterman’s director of communications for his 2022 campaign as well as his Senate office. Calvello will be joining the office of Chicago Democrat Mayor Brandon Johnson as Chief Strategy Officer, according to a statement issued by the City of Chicago earlier this month.

In the issued statement, Calvello stated, “It’s an absolute honor and a privilege to come to Chicago and serve the people of this great city.”

On Friday, Nicholas Gavio, Fetterman’s deputy director of communications, announced on X that he would be joining the Working Families Party in the role of director of communications for the middle Atlantic region.

Gavio also served in the offices of Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and Fetterman during his 2022 campaign.

Fetterman’s Digital Assistant and Press Aide Emma Mustion also announced on X that she was going to be working as a press secretary for Pennsylvania Senator Bob Casey’s campaign. Mustion was also involved in Fetterman’s bid for the Senate in 2022.

There’s been some rumors flying around that John Fetterman is already considering declaring a different political affiliation than his current one as a Democrat. That would be a bad look for the Democrats given he is only a freshman in the Senate chamber.

This move wouldn’t be without precedence in Congress, though. In the past couple years alone, major individuals have announced their leaving the Democrat party including current U.S. Senator Kyrsten Sinema and former House Representative Tulsi Gabbard.

The Conservative Column will keep you updated on any major news coming out of the U.S. Senate.

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