When the left starts complaining about vocal voters attending town hall meetings on healthcare reform held by their Democrat elected officials, it's clear those voters are doing something right. And the Democrats are doing something wrong. (Rachel Maddow actually referred to voters speaking out as "hooliganism.")

When elected officials actually consider holding "invitation-only" town hall meetings, as is the case with Sen. Ben CardinBenjamin (Ben) Louis CardinThis week: Senate reconvenes as protests roil nation amid pandemic Schumer to GOP: Cancel 'conspiracy hearings' on origins of Russia probe On The Money: Senate Dems pump brakes on new stimulus checks | Trump officials sued over tax refunds | Fed to soon open small-business lending program MORE (D-Md.), one wonders how long the left-wing media can get away with claiming there is something "wrong" with the regular people attending an open town hall meeting, rather than questioning Cardin and other elected officials afraid to hear from their own constituents.

A quick look at any recent poll should quell any suspicion that it is only a vocal minority, or a right-wing sliver of the population who are deeply and profoundly concerned about the cost of the bill(s), the government involvement, the likely reduced access, timeliness and quality of care. With Democrats operating behind closed doors and President Barack ObamaBarack Hussein ObamaOn The Trail: Trump didn't create these crises, but he's making them worse Canada's Trudeau responds to Trump: Russia not welcome in G-7 George Floyd's death ramps up the pressure on Biden for a black VP MORE in a frantic rush to ram massive healthcare reform through the process before too many people become familiar with the basics and the details, it should not be any surprise that Americans became concerned.

But the real backlash on the horizon is how America will respond to the elite liberal mainstream media's mocking, chastising and misrepresenting those citizens exercising their rights, taking an active interest in matters and actually bothering to show up to speak to their elected officials.

The left far prefers voter apathy — they can get way with so much more when the public isn't paying attention.


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