I find it hilarious a lot of people are saying the party is divided, when in reality it isn't. Remember 2016, when Trump was creating the so called "division" in the Republican Party where everyone believed he was a joke and the establishment candidates hated him? It created this so called fracture between conservatives and trumpets/far-right wing.
But then Trump gets the nomination and what happens? Unity, because they have one common cause. Win the White House and beat Hillary Clinton.
I'm looking at the Democratic Party in the same way. People are saying that it's divided because of some are social democrats and other moderates, when in reality there is very little dividing most candidates. Almost all running for president support medicare for all, half of them free education, all pro-choice... so I really don't understand where this division is coming from.
Of course, we'll see infighting, it's a democracy. People may disagrees on certain policies. But the reality is that the democrats will rally for one common cause regardless, to beat Trump. It's not like we have a really bad candidate like Hillary.
I might not love Biden, but at least he's likable.