BOSTON, MA.- Gov. Charlie Baker speaks during a press conference following the weekly leadership meeting at the Massachusetts State House on February 28, 2022 in Boston, MA. (Photo by Amanda Sabga/MediaNews Group/Boston Herald)

Democrats — and by extension progressives and left-wing editorial writers — love to shed crocodile tears over the “death” of the Massachusetts Republican Party now that Gov. Charlie Baker is not seeking reelection.

But what they’re really sad about is the rise of the conservative wing of the party that is now in charge after routing Baker, the liberals and moderates of the GOP that have run things for years.

Under Baker and his GOP mentors, the Republican Party in Massachusetts functioned like a sub-committee of the Democratic Party.

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