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James Carville’s profanity-laced message to voters who don’t like Biden


Longtime Democratic strategist James Carville issued an election warning directed at the “little f–king 26-year-olds” who are disinterested in November’s elections.

The ex-adviser to former President Bill Clinton unloaded on the young voting bloc in a video message, raising the alarm on the consequences if former President Donald Trump is reelected.

“So, I hear this a lot,” he began. “‘James, young voters are just not into this. It’s two candidates, one’s in their 80s, one is almost in their 80s, they’re concerned about things that Washington politicians, and you just can’t blame them for –  ‘ Oh, sh-t. F–k you!”

“Are you watching what is happening in the Supreme Court?” he asked Carville. “If you’re 26, do you see what they’re doing? First of all, they’re gonna take every right that you could possibly have away from you.”

“The Supreme Court has out of nothing getting ready to create immunity for one person, Donald Trump. Now, I am hardly a scholar of the American Revolution and the founding, but I do know this: One of the principles of the founding of the United States of America was that no person was above the law,” Carville argued Carville.

He then accused the conservative justices on the Supreme Court of being “illegitimate whores” and blasted the high court as an “illegitimate organization.”

“You tell these young people, if you don’t get involved right now, in this election, they’re gonna be involved in your life for the rest of your freaking life,” he continued.

“If Trump and [John] Roberts and [Samuel] Alito and [Neil] Gorsuch and [Clarence] Thomas and Leonard Leo and the Heritage Foundation, if they get a hold, there will be no government left, there will be no rights left, you will live under theocracy, you’ll end up with Christian nationalism,” Carville railed.

“But that’s all right, you little f—ing 26-year-old, you don’t feel like ‘the election’s important to me. They’re not addressing the issues that I care about,’” the 79-year-old commentator said.

He concluded with advice to Democratic operatives “to tell these young people to get off your motherf–king ass and go vote because you should vote like your entire future and the entire future of this United States depends on it because quite frankly, it does — and that’s not an exaggeration.”

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