MSNBC Guest: Dems Have to Stop Running Out Candidates Like Hillary Who People Think Are ‘Full of It’

People’s House Project founder and former MSNBC host Krystal Ball weighed in Saturday on MSNBC’s “AM Joy” on the state of the Democratic Party, saying Democrats need to stop running people like Hillary Clinton out as candidates because voters think they are “full of it.”

“I think that [Democrats] need to stand for something,” Ball argued. “Think about the fact that Bernie Sanders, probably the furthest to the left politician in the Democratic Party, is also the most popular politician in the Democratic Party — not because he’s so far to the left, but because he stands for something. And that’s the problem.”

Ball continued, “We continue to run these candidates, we had Jack Conway here in Kentucky, we had Hillary Clinton, and now we’ve got Ralph Northam, who people think that they’re full of it. They don’t trust what they’re saying.”

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