Super Tuesday exposes Democrat candidates as 14 states participate in balloting today
Dems have quite a list of presidential aspirants to evaluate as they winnow down to their eventual 2020 nominee. None of their choices are even close to “A List” quality.
With candidates falling off the roster faster than clay pigeons in an arcade, their choices boil down to Joe Biden, a senile former Obama VP who is mired in scandal, can’t recall which city he’s speaking in and mistakenly announces he’s running for the senate rather than the presidency.
The other front runner is Bernie Sanders, who calls himself a “Democratic Socialist,” and recently had cardiac surgery after suffering a heart attack, is noted for praising the repressive regimes and the dictatorships of Cuba, Nicaragua and the Soviet Union, fitting the mold of a Marxist/Communist. He promises free Medicare for all, free housing and will cancel all college debt — entitlements that are unsustainable and would cost an estimated $52 Trillion. When asked how these programs would be paid for, Sanders told the network interviewer, “I can’t rattle off for you every nickel and every dime.”
Sanders recently called radical leftist Somali-born Muslim, and virulent anti-Semite, U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN), “One of the greatest people I know.” She has reciprocated by urging her supporters to vote for Sanders.
Elizabeth Warren is a congenital liar, creating false scenarios which she regularly repeats, even knowing there is no validity to them. She has been exposed for her deceits, from which she has benefited throughout her career, even falsely claiming Native American heritage on her application to ensure a teaching position at Harvard.
Michael Bloomberg, a former New York City mayor entered the race late and is buying airtime at a rate only a billionaire like him could, spending a staggering $500 million of his own money since December. He’s getting hammered for policies he enforced, and offensive comments he reportedly made such as telling a pregnant employee to “kill it.”
Tonight the Super Tuesday results will be coming in after 8:00 p.m. Polls will begin closing at 7 p.m. ET, in Vermont, Virginia and parts of Alabama. Fourteen states and the territory of American Samoa will be participating: Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont and Virginia.
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