Varney on Manchin's 'no' bombshell over Build Back Better: Democrats in self-inflicted civil war

Stuart Varney on Manchin’s ‘no’ bombshell over Build Back Better: Dems in self-inflicted civil war

FOX Business’ Stuart Varney argues ‘the Democrats will have to re-group, but it will be extremely difficult.’

"Varney & Co." host Stuart Varney discusses the division within the Democratic Party after Sen. Joe Manchin said he wouldn’t vote for Biden’s Build Back Better agenda, arguing "it’s a Democrat civil war and they brought it on themselves,’ during his "My Take" Monday.

STUART VARNEY: Sunday morning, Joe Manchin drops his "no" vote bombshell.

Sunday afternoon, the White House drops a bomb on Manchin!

Jen Psaki issued a blistering, written statement saying Manchin had made "a sudden and inexplicable reversal in his position."

The White House had practically called the senator a liar.

 The socialist Bernie Sanders snarled that Manchin lacked "guts."

The squad weighed in with their usual venom.

Ilhan Omar said Manchin's statement was B.S.

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It’s a Democrat civil war and they brought it on themselves.

Why on Earth did the president try to push through a truly radical program without a solid majority in Congress? Because he wants to be FDR?

Sen. Manchin says he won’t vote for Biden’s Build Back Better agenda

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Why did he say spending trillions costs "zero dollars?"

Why did the left ignore the inflation that is eating up wage gains?

Joe Manchin allowed America to dodge a socialist bullet.

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Now what?

The Democrats will have to re-group, but it will be extremely difficult. How do you get socialists to abandon their socialist dreams? You don't. Because they won’t.

So the Democrats will close out the year a bitter, angry and divided party.

P.S. If they are too nasty to Joe Manchin, he could just switch parties, and then a Republican majority in the Senate could kick Bernie Sanders out as chair of the Senate Budget Committee.

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