to find better ways to say what nobody says
no, again there is a strong case that 'leftist'/progressive promises that become twisted by neoliberal politicians in the democratic party lead the masses to turn to populist authoritarians in their disillusionment. the ppl who never really cared about progressive causes are armchair activists that obsess w electoral politics on the internet, but never participate in activating their communities. the marginal progressives who don't vote for biden are not going to cause him to lose the election, and thus from a number of perspectives on who is likely to win in November, your take is nonsensical, and a reiteration of 'blame of the left' ways of thinking,. that sort of talk will only cause such misguided ppl to become further ensnared in the dogmas and divisions of election centred political discourses. In november, or whenever really, a few years down the road, you'll be whining about green party voters even though Biden will probably win the popular vote. Meanwhile green party voters will still be active in their communities and electoralists will still be prattling away and wondering why the dems lost yet another national election.All of the Bernie Bros saying they won't vote for Joe Biden never truly cared about progress. To be more specific, to them, nobody but Bernie Sanders would change this country enough. If you're willing to let this country burn for four more years under Trump just because the guy the Democrats nominated "wouldn't change enough," then you're not being progressive, and if you're going to let your salt blind you to how much damage Trump can do with four more years (read: judiciary so regressive that your grandchildren will be in college before it gets fixed), then you were never progressive.