Senate Democrats from states Hillary Clinton lost in 2016 have a choice to make. They can either adapt their voting habits to better fit their states’ voting habits or they can continue to move in lockstep with their liberal Senate caucus.

The rampant Democratic civil war has highlighted the anger growing within the extremist, liberal grassroots. While the DNC race absorbed much of that energy, the primary source of all that fury is now being firmly directed at Senate Democrats.

Senator Claire McCaskill (D-MO) can’t escape her false statements yesterday that she’s never met with the Russian ambassador. Throughout the day the vulnerable

Senator Claire McCaskill (D-MO) is in hot water this afternoon. Earlier today, McCaskill claimed that she’s never met with the Russian Ambassador. When photographic evidence appeared that McCaskill was not being truthful, she suffered a tremendous amount of negative coverage.

Claire McCaskill’s claim early this morning that she had never met with the Russian Ambassador was quickly debunked when a tweet and picture showing her doing exactly that surfaced.

Jon Tester DSCC chair democrat

Vulnerable Senate Democrats had a week-long recess. Yet instead of taking the time to hold town hall meetings with voters, the ten Senators from Trump states instead avoid their voters at all costs.

Senator Claire McCaskill (D-MO) was gifted a second term in 2012. If you read the Kansas City Star this morning, you can see she won’t be so lucky in 2018.

Jon Tester

Gridlock and obstruction are not a winning campaign messages. Yet two Democratic Senators, up for re-election next year, Claire McCaskill and Jon Tester, seem to be betting that they can get away with trying to block a Supreme Court pick and still win re-election.

Senate Democrats are threatening to filibuster a new Supreme Court nominee no matter who is named.

The new Congress is only days old, yet Democratic obstructionism is already ramping up to historic proportions. This week, Democratic leader Chuck Schumer has floated plans to try and stretch Cabinet votes out until March, while also telling MSNBC that he might try to block a Supreme Court vote indefinitely.