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But where are the clowns? Quick, send in the clowns … Don’t bother; they’re here.
About this time, Donald Trump’s political advisors are likely begging the president to follow the time-tested truism first uttered by Napoleon: Never interfere with an enemy while he’s in the process of destroying himself. Not that Trump will listen.
Rogue - Gallery - Candidates - Display - Debates
Nevertheless, could the rogue’s gallery of 20 Democratic presidential candidates on display in the first primary debates over two nights in Miami this week have possibly been more craven? Have you ever witnessed such gross brown-nosing to an extreme fringe of the American electorate? What lunatic idea will they come up with next? Wait, I’ve got it. To commemorate America’s immersion into the new unofficial language of the Democratic party unveiled in these debates, how about a bill to make Spanish the national language?
Unable to let the moment pass, and in honor of this historic plunge into the horrors of what a socialist America would look like, we at LibertyNation.com have decided to bestow some very special awards upon the debate participants.
Biggest - Flop - Choice - Young - Beto
Biggest Flop: Not a hard choice. Young Beto “don’t call me Robert Francis” O’Rourkehad millennials and progressives swooning after his near-miss against Ted Cruz in the 2018 Texas Senate race. But in the first debate, he looked distinctly not-ready-for-prime-time. He lacked any semblance of energy, appearing drawn, pale and unshaven, and spouting a string of hackneyed cliches. And he got his butt handed to him by the overcaffeinated open-borders radical, Julian Castro, in an argument over immigration policy.
Most Inexplicable Statement: If we had to deconstruct every inexplicable policy statement made over two nights, it would take hours on end. Instead, we offer this: When asked what would be his very first priority when he assumes the presidency on January 20, 2021, Joe Biden replied, “to defeat Donald...
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