Biden exemplifies Dem desperation

With the third round of Dem debates just around the corner — Sept. 12, 2019 — and the list of participants constricting to 10 qualifiers, doddering Joe Biden still leads in the latest Real Clear Politics aggregated polls.

Today, SRAZ brings our readers a premium recap, titled,The Gaffable Joe Biden.” We highly recommend this concise and cogent review of the best the Dems have to offer.

Written by R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr., the founder and editor in chief of The American Spectator, it is spot-on and entertaining, while clearly illustrating the desperation of the Democrats, whose announced candidates keep dropping like flies.

The highly infectious malady known as Trump Derangement Syndrome, is analyzed by clinical psychiatrist Lyle H. Rossiter, Jr., M.D., who explains the irrational distortions that drive the increasingly radical left and the dire consequences of their agenda.

5 Responses to Biden exemplifies Dem desperation

  1. Anthem Al says:

    I sincerely hope Biden wins the democrat nomination. He can’t even get Obama to endorse his candidacy, though he served two terms as BO’s vice president. To cover the embarrassment, known liar Joe Biden now claims he asked Obama not to endorse. Believe that and I’ve got some land to sell you.

  2. jake sez says:

    I receive a lot of phone polls. I usually tell them what I want them to know. I will support Biden to keep his polls high.

  3. Patriot Mom says:

    Today’s Democrats have morphed into the socialists and commies of our parent’s and/or grandparent’s generation. Students have no frame of reference and have been systematically propagandized by the leftist teachers whose union dues send mega millions to far left candidates.

    Teachers, and later in the educrat spectrum, professors, are indoctrinating America’s youth in government schools. Pay attention. Their ultimate goal is to decimate our constitutional based freedoms. In 2016 Socialist Bernie Sanders captured the youth vote. That was the result of years of indoctrination in what used to be known as public schools.