As a registered Democrat I do feel there are some good points being made by some in this movement about the hard left taking over the party. We all know that the Democratic party is extremely weak right now and seems to be doubling down on identity politics to remain relevant. I honestly don't see a "blue wave" coming in 2018 or anytime soon. As much as I dislike Trump I believe his chances of being reelected in 2020 get better each day. We need an opposition party that builds a coalition of people, however many that are now guiding today's Democratic party seem to want to divide people instead of unite. If your not a minority or are a "victim" in some way, shape or form then you do not deserve a seat at the table. Even though I'm gay the fact that I am a white cisgender male seems to be a disqualifier in today's Democratic party. Of course being gay won't get you much love from the GOP side either so neither side really gives a damn about me or anyone like me. So will this movement take off? Will the conservatives began to siphon off what's left of the moderates in the party? Does the Democratic party want the moderates to leave anyhow and if that group goes what happens with what's left? We need a strong opposition party, but today's Democratic party is becoming anything but that.