I think the strategy is to hit the "Corporate Democratic Machine" with policy. Policy policy policy. As voters see that the CDM is more about placating corporate interests than addressing their real issues, they will shift and vote for their issues(progressive by and large).
Fetterman is not a perfect candidate. I don't think we have that luxury at this stage, but if he will get in there and vote for the right policies, then I'll take it.
Nina lost in Ohio because they marshalled all the democratic party resources against her(Clinton endorsement for challenger), similar to Bernie in 2020. They fight for their CDM folks hard when it looks like the peoples' interests will get a champion.
We continue to fight because we will move further right if no one does.
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