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Howard Dean: We're Living in a 'Very Frightening Time' With Republicans Who Don't 'Believe in Democracy

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"This is an authoritarian group of people who fundamentally, I don't think, believe in democracy."

Former Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean appears on MSNBC's 'Up With Steve Kornacki November 15, 2014. (Photo: TheBlaze TV)

Former Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean blasted Republicans on MSNBC's "Up With Steve Kornacki" Saturday as "authoritarian people who don't believe in democracy."

"We're basically rolling ourselves back to the 1920s," the former governor of Vermont said. "This is an authoritarian group of people who fundamentally, I don't think, believe in democracy, given their views on voting rights. And it's a very, very frightening time."

Dean also predicted that a third party would emerge if Democrats don't do more to stop the Republicans.

"If the Democratic Party can't step up to the plate, then I think you're going to see a third party," he remarked.

Video of Dean's remarks via MRC-TV:

(H/T: Newsbusters)

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