Conservative commentator Charles Krauthammer went on the offensive Wednesday night during Fox News' "Special Report With Bret Baier," calling the Clinton-Pelosi center-left "dead" and "mute."
During the program, Krauthammer set his sights on Democratic Rep. Nancy Pelosi's response to Tuesday's loss of Democract Jon Ossoff in Georgia's 6th Congressional District's special election.
“[Pelosi] said ‘we have to get our message out,'” Krauthammer said. “They don’t have a message. This is the same reason that Hillary lost.”
Krauthammer also said that the Clinton-Pelosi center-left is over.
He said, "It’s dead. It’s mute. It has nothing to say. So having nothing to say, they have now fixated on [President Donald] Trump. It’s all on the resistance. What they learned last night is that is not enough. That isn’t enough to energize people.”
The election went south for Ossoff early in the evening Tuesday. When the numbers showed Republican candidate Karen Handel taking over in the expected liberal districts, the eventual outcome didn't seem surprising to many.
The election was called in favor for Handel at about 9:56 p.m. ET.
Handel won with 51.9 percent of the vote to Ossoff’s 48.1 percent, despite previous polls which indicated that Ossoff would have a large lead in the race just a week prior to election day.
See Krauthammer's segment in the video below.