This is a classic case of disruption…
And until the Democrats recognize this and change their strategy, they’re doomed.
Talking about the popular vote is no different than record labels saying customers preferred CDs in the era of Napster. Donald Trump won with a new playbook appealing to a broad swath of the public, and until the left wing wakes up and adjusts its plan it will not succeed.
Then there are those who think it’s the same as it ever was.
That shenanigans were employed and all the markers pointing to a sea change don’t apply, because politics never changes. Wrong.
First we had Brexit, then we had Trump. Now people are laughing at the World Economic Forum. The elites lost control and now they keep circling the wagons while telling us they’re right and one would laugh if it weren’t so scary.
Clayton Christensen tells us to beware of servicing the same old audience.
The Democrats decided to appeal to Wall Street and Silicon Valley and took for granted that minorities would vote for them, believing the disadvantaged had no other choice.
Christensen also says the disruptor is laughable at first, inadequate, but it keeps getting better until it triumphs. Donald Trump is laughable, and he continues to be, but he appealed to people who felt they were not being listened to and they voted him into office.
Who were these people? Continue reading