WATCH: Dems ‘A Dying Party,’ GOP Lawmaker Announces

A noted GOP lawmaker from Tennessee said: “The further the Democrats take over, the quicker the party fails to become a political force in America.

In an interview with Fox Business’s Maria Bartiromo, Representative Chuck Fleischmann declared that Democrats are “a dying party” and that Republicans have become dominant among the American working class.

He also lashed out at the House Democrats for passing a massive $1.5 trillion spending measure over 2,700 pages long without giving lawmakers time to read what was in it. .

“Basically, ideologically, [the radical Democrats] is wrong. They don’t understand. Democrats have been running about this. They believed it inherently, but they were wrong,” he said.

Their whole leftist scenario where they’re dealing with supply and demand, they don’t understand it. They do not respect free market capitalism. They don’t want American businessmen to do well. They want great government that works, and they’re basically stuck with an ideology that doesn’t work in the 21st century.

It’s old, it’s wrong, and it’s old, it doesn’t fit, and they’re afraid to tear it down because their party has moved so far to the left – we see it again and again. We saw it this week on the floor of the House, where progressives rebelled against Pelosi and the White House. They didn’t know what to do. They just stop for hours at a time.

“So they have to renovate. The Democratic Party had to reform. I don’t think they can. I think they’re a dying party. Republicans had ideas to move this great country forward.”

WATCH: WATCH: Dems ‘A Dying Party,’ GOP Lawmaker Announces

Jake Nichol

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