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Old September 2, 2019, 09:31 AM
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Bernie Sanders has the best grin - no question about it

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Old September 2, 2019, 09:44 AM
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Ranking of Dem Candidates (Most hated first)

Crooked KamalaSutra Demon Harris
I am yet to see a candidate more disingenuous, narcissist, racist, and power hungry than CROOKED KAMALA DEMON HARRIS. She locked up poor black parents for truancy, fought hard to keep innocent man locked up because of mistakes in paperwork, donated to the Trumps, did not prosecute criminal like Steve Mnuchin, vigorously supported locking up people for drug use to support California's prison industrial complex, and protected pedophile priests. And the irony is she a senator from the BLUEST state. SAD!

Hair Sniffer Sleepy Gropin' Joe
1. Voted for Iraq War 2. Anita Hill 3. NAFTA and TPP 4. Bankruptcy Bill 5. Busing 6. Crime Bill (I can go on and on)

FAKE POCAHONTAS LYIN' LIZ
The FAKE progressive because she (1) didn't endorse Bernie in '16 (2) waffles about medicare for all (3) supports hardcore US imperialism (4) grandstands after fight is over - thus she is not a leader (5) playing spoil sport now in 2020 by plagiarizing Bernie

Pesky Pete
I dare you find an errand boy for the Corporate overlords more obedient than Pesky Pete.

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And I dare you to find a politician who come across as more FAKE than this panting babbler.

Cryin' (FAKE) Yang
He is a closet republican. UBI is neo liberal idea. Plus he is a hard core supporter of US imperialism.

Others are too irreverent and unworthy even to be hated.
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Two new polls came out and the numbers look bleak for Bernie Sanders but very promising for Warren

Harvard-Harris
Biden 32, Warren 13, Sanders 16, Harris 7, Buttigieg 4, Booker 3, Yang 2, O'Rourke 4, Gabbard 1, Castro 1, Klobuchar 1, Bullock, Bennet

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Biden 28, Warren 24, Sanders 12, Harris 6, Buttigieg 5, Booker 4, Yang 1, O'Rourke 0, Gabbard 0, Castro 1, Klobuchar 1, Bullock 0, Bennet 0
Biden +4

It is so frustrating to see the fake Pocahontas rising in the polls. When begged to run in 2016, let alone running against and resisting the neo-liberal Clinton Machine, the FAKE POCAHONTAS tucked tails between her legs, folded like a coward, abandoned the progressive candidate in the race, and went on to endorse CHEATER $Hillary hoping for the second banana, which she was falsely promised as part of Clintonian three dimensional chess, and thus never got. But now that Clinton Machine is finished, like a true opportunist, this closet REPUBLICAN comes out to take the progressive mantle by plagiarizing Bernie's plans, playing woman card, and kissing DNC butts. But people will not be fooled.

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These are type of identity politics that will kill (or has killed) the democratic party.

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And in a riff that critics slammed as sexist, Campbell questioned Harris’ marriage to a white man. He even suggested she used a romantic relationship with former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown to advance her career.
Look, voters don't care about the color of your husband or who you have dated. What voters care is your policy positions - because they want a problem solver - and as a politician you solve problems through right policies.

And voters also look at your past history and records to measure your honesty and conviction to fight and implement those policies.

When you are incapable of introspecting why you are flailing and going nowhere (actually down ) in polls, or when you know that you have a horrible political history but you want to live in denial and want your voters to do the same, in your figment of imagination you concoct an excuse like above. This is nothing but an insult to your own community. Indirectly you are saying that black men are too dumb to make an informed choice about who they will vote for. You are implying that the only rationale black men can have for abandoning a black woman politician is her having a white husband.

Crooked KamalaSutra may try, but here, her racism has been exposed inadvertently. Oops

https://www.politico.com/story/2019/...l-2020-1479890
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Regardless how much I like Sanders, I think Sanders is finished. Will stay in the race, but will not gain any more momentum. Age is his main enemy.



Looks like the fight will be between Biden vs Warren.
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Trump in 2016: http://www.banglacricket.com/alochon...90#post2136590
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Look who FAKE POCAHONTAS LYIN' LIZ is meeting now behind the scene: Crooked Hillary

After continuous DNC butt kissing to attract super delegates, this FAKE progressive queen is now seeking the blessing of Clinton machine to backstab Bernie. The Clinton machine has a deep personal vendetta against Bernie, and they will do everything to deny him the nomination.

The Clinton Machine has single handedly done irreparable damage to America and the world by putting neo-liberalism on steroids, and when you kiss their butt, and not for the first time, progressive firebrand TRAITOR is the most suitable title for you.

https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/202...ifies-n1049701

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When asked about her vote for Donald Trump's bloated military budget, watch how Cringy Dodge Queen Warren dodged the question.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fLLvXCeHogM
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Five reasons why Bernard Sanders is better choice over FAKE POCAHONTAS LYIN' LIZ

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1) Warren isn’t that progressive
2) Sanders is better on foreign policy
3) Sanders has more political experience
4) Warren is a flip-flopper
5) Sanders created the current context
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Another example of FAKE POCAHONTAS' hypocrisy: In the name of team collaboration, she confirmed a corporatist whereas Bernard Sanders resisted all along.

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"Wall Street CEOs—the same one who wrecked our economy and destroyed millions of jobs—still strut around Congress, no shame, demanding favors, and acting like we should thank them," said Warren. A few months later, she voted to confirm the ex-Citigroup Clinton man Lew as Treasury Secretary. (Party leaders didn't even particularly need Warren's vote; Lew's nomination cleared the filibuster threshold by double digits).

Sanders, meanwhile, was resolute in his opposition to Lew's nomination. In a floor speech declaring his intention to vote "no," he denounced widening wealth and income inequality, Wall Street malfeasance, and the growing percentage of profit flowing to the financial sector. The Treasury Secretary should be focused on addressing these problems, Sanders said, and Lew was not. What he found most objectionable, the lawmaker noted, wasn't Lew's Citigroup background or his revolving door bonus, but rather post-2008 testimony in defense of financial deregulation.
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Another key difference between Bernie and Warren: Bernie promised to reject corporate PAC money all the way to the Whitehouse whereas CORRUPT Warren will take dark money, PAC money, and all other forms of money in the general election. She however hides her corruption by saying: I am not for unilateral disarmament.

Which is just a fancy way of saying: I do not steal, I perform burglary.

And it reminds me of the saying in Bangla: আমি খাই, তুই গিলস; বড়লাটে করেন আহার আর মহারানি ভিক্টোরিয়া করেন ভোজন।

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Despite its warlike flavor, the unilateral disarmament Warren speaks of has little to do with actual war, although that may depend on whom you ask. By rebuking “unilateral disarmament,” Warren means this: All options are on the table for funding her potential general election campaign against Trump. While she, like other Democratic candidates, have vowed to reject corporate and super PAC money during the primary, the general election is a different ballgame. To beat Trump, we have to play like Trump, she argues.
Logically speaking, Warren's stance does not make sense at all, but rather reinforces her hypocrisy. If PAC money is NOT OK for the primary, why is it OK for the general election? Is it because so that during the primary you may stand beside Bernie and claim like him that you too are a candidate of people? But if PAC money is OK for the general, why not take it during the primary so that you can use it to build your movement from the get go such that Trump won't be able to stop it?

https://www.independent.co.uk/voices...-a9084451.html
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David Axelrod, a person who I despise, called out the hypocrisy and flip-flopping of LYIN' LIZ about her taking big money:

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"The open secret of Ms. Warren’s campaign is that her big-money fund-raising through 2018 helped lay the foundation for her anti-big-money run for the presidency," the piece reads. "Last winter and spring, she transferred $10.4 million in leftover funds from her 2018 Senate campaign to underwrite her 2020 run, a portion of which was raised from the same donor class she is now running against."
https://townhall.com/tipsheet/cortne...boast-n2552797

A former governor also called her out

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"Can you spell hypocrite?" former Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell, who gave Warren $4,000 in 2018, told The Times.

Rendell said he got donors to attend a fundraising dinner at a steakhouse in Philadelphia for Warren last year and got a thank you note from her, but that her campaign criticized a fundraiser he held for 2020 frontrunner Joe Biden earlier this year as "a swanky private fund-raiser for wealthy donors."

"She didn't have any trouble taking our money the year before. All of a sudden, we were bad guys and power brokers and influence-peddlers," Rendell said. "In 2018, we were wonderful."
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This tweet succinctly summarizes the tap dance of LYIN' POCAHONTAS

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At its core, the tension of Elizabeth Warren's decision to disavow big money in the 2020 primary is that she seeded her run with such money, and then would return to the fund-raising circuit if she is the Democratic nominee.https://t.co/QgmXHFhsCs
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TOTAL LOSER John Delany, who can only muster 11 people in his townhalls, has some advice for other candidates:

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Delaney told CNN on Monday that the Democratic Party needs a "pragmatic idealist" as its candidate and said he doesn't believe the three candidates leading in the polls — former Vice President Joe Biden, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) — fit the bill.

"I think what we need in this election is we need new ideas for the challenges we face, which are very significant," Delaney said. "But we need someone who can actually craft solutions to these challenges in ways a majority of American people can get behind them."
Media keeps fluffing this centrist loser, but instead should ask: If he is such a pragmatist idealist, why is he not dropping out since he has been polling at ZERO percent? Dreaming of becoming POTUS despite polling at ZERO percent after 1.5 years of campaigning is pragmatic and practical, but Medicare for All is not practical but pie in the sky.

John Delany and MSM are definition of FRAUD.

https://thehill.com/homenews/campaig...ferent-reasons
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If Bernie wants to win, he needs to listen to this advice NOW, IMMEDIATELY:

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Your natural tendency is to stay calm, gentle and respectful with the media, but the problem with that, especially on the crowded debate stage, is that there will always be an attention-grabber — like Kamala Harris when she went after Biden in the first debate — who spoils all your reasoned efforts. I think of early interviews you gave to the mainstream media, which were utterly disrespectful of you, treating you as a communist radical about to destroy America, though now they tend to act a bit more deferential, possibly because they have less to fear from you — I’m sure the recent rise of Warren has soothed their fears to a considerable degree.
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The debate format with too many candidates and not enough time hampers this type of lucidity, but I think there’s a way to get in your transcendent philosophical bearings rather than reciting your customary words of approbation against the fossil fuel industry or Big Pharma or even the 1%, which by now, as rhetoric, have become baked into the picture of who you are.

But it has to be part of the third and most important point, which remains for me unchanged from the spring, and that is to radically differentiate yourself from the other so-called “progressives,” particularly Warren, before it is too late and we get so close to the primaries that any change in perception ceases to matter.
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Early on, you were being asked whether you were happy that your ideas had been seized on by the other candidates, who all seemed to be proposing Medicare for All, among other signature ideas of yours. You should have said at that point that nobody had had the guts to adopt your positions wholesale, that there remained critical differences between what you were saying about Medicare for All, not to mention free college tuition, a living wage, debt forgiveness, incarceration, or any other issue, and what the other candidates were saying. You should have said that you were happy that they were trying to sound like you, but in fact you remained the lone insurgent in terms of the degree to which your ideas were a clarion call for revolutionary change. In the emerging clash with Warren, this original problem of definition is likely to become the ultimate test for you.
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Just as with Warren coming out every so often with a “plan” to tackle a problem you have already addressed for a long time, sometimes for decades, as if she were discovering the wheel anew (although only half a wheel, and perhaps not even a wheel, perhaps only a square that refuses to roll), you offer the broadest sweep of any candidate when it comes to understanding the injustices with regard to incarceration, deportation, and even gun violence, because you connect the dots when it comes to the skewed domestic priorities being a consequence of maintaining late-stage empire.
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Booker has been very good in taking on the legacy of deportations, and other human rights violations, such as those pertaining to mass incarceration, by directly confronting Biden; this should have been your role in the first debate, because the opening clearly was there. Who will take on Bill de Blasio’s valuable role in directly confronting Biden to put the false nostalgia about the Obama years in true perspective? You, or someone else? Whoever does so, will benefit.

I think there’s a way that you can go after Biden, while you present your grand philosophical case for why our democracy has deteriorated so much and how it can be revived, because both Biden-Obama, and the continuation of that legacy that Warren to a large part represents, must be part of the critique. It is there, but it needs to be sharpened, as you did so well in the Rogan and Costa interviews, or in your powerful democratic socialism speech.
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Which brings us to Warren — or haven’t we been there all along? She's your ultimate nightmare, an empty vessel of sorts for naïve voters who in another era would have gone for Obama or Hillary or even Bill, and who have now turned into her vocal supporters who don’t feel her threatening the existing social order in the way that they, quite correctly, perceive you to be a threat. Warren is the house progressive for all those who like to hear progressive talk — well, up to a certain extent — but would be mortified to death if an actual progressive action, drastically reducing inequality, were to be on the table.

It must be galling to you to see a one-time conservative professor, a disciple of the laissez-faire “law and economics” movement, and a registered Republican until the ripe old age of 47, running around acting as if she is the first one to come up with a “plan” to break up the Facebook, Amazon or Google monopolies, or as if she just had a light bulb go off in her brain when it comes to dealing with student debt or the wealth tax. You’ve encompassed all of these solutions, and more, in a coherent analysis of our democratic collapse for a long time, and you’re not just offering watered-down, fragmented, bits-and-pieces “plans,” but include all of them in what for you has to be an all-encompassing political revolution, rather than the “fighting” rhetoric right out of the Bob Shrum/Al Gore campaign handbook.

Warren’s persona is that of an astute financial planner, with her folksy “my Mama” and “my Daddy” anecdotes often involving financial planning, who will regulate us into some semblance of a democracy, relying on the elites to have the sense to come together for the country’s good. Whereas you are explicit — and that’s what you mean by democratic socialism — that only a political revolution can bring about the necessary changes and therefore talk incessantly about the 1%, the corporate oligarchy who exercise total control over all the levers of power, Warren’s analysis is that there is a corrupt Washington elite who must be replaced, reformed and regulated, and voilà!, we will be back in the promised land of middle-class prosperity. You can happily keep your first $50 million, she says, she doesn’t resent that at all, but just 2 cents on the dollar beyond that will take care of all our problems, with no pain, no discomfort, no sacrifice involved for any middle-class person.

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Every time Warren stands shoulder to shoulder with you, as in the optics of the second debate with Biden waiting on the other side, she gains in power, presenting herself as the safe, unthreatening, acceptable progressive alternative to a Sanders about whom no one knows how far he might actually go in taking on entrenched power. This optic, having been allowed to go on unchallenged for so long, must come to a quick end, or before you know it, Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina will bring the campaign to a crashing climax, beyond which there will be little hope of redemption. You’re already faced with the challenge of an unrelentingly critical or dismissive media, and you don’t need to add to it by letting anything blur the sharp, almost diametrical, distinction between you and Warren.

I would take every opportunity between now and the third debate to rattle her: Warren doesn’t handle direct criticisms of her recent reinvention very convincingly. She had no good response when the interviewers on the radio show "The Breakfast Club" needled her in the way corporate media never does, such as when Charlamagne tha God pestered her, “You had a lot of confusion back in the day, Ms. Warren. You thought you were Native American, you thought you were Republican. When did you get on the right track?”
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On many issues, Warren developed a plan in the last six months or a year. On other issues, she hasn’t issued a plan yet. On all issues, she’s looking at your long-held beliefs to see how they can be modified and repackaged as acceptable alternatives to the low-information liberal voter. And she really doesn’t have a convincing answer for why she was a Republican for so long, when exactly she discovered these reform plans of hers and why, and what led to her political transformation. She was very astute in acting as though she stood side-by-side with you on Medicare for All, refusing to divulge a plan on that particular signature issue, which you decided to make the centerpiece after the first debate, and this is very telling.

You should challenge her directly in the next debates if she shows any signs of wavering on abolishing private insurance. Any air that you sense between yourself and her on Medicare for All should become a litmus test — as it did with Kamala Harris — for whether that candidate should be the party’s standard-bearer. The differences between you and her on the Green New Deal provide another opening, but Medicare for All resonates with voters in a way that no other issue does, so you should never have let her get away with saying “I’m with Bernie” on that for so long.

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But the differentiation between you and Warren will necessarily involve a certain amount of attack, including by surrogates, who seem to be largely missing from the scene in your case — which is understandable, given your insistence on running a campaign of pure ideas, meant to last the distance until the convention, but there has to be a renewed sense of urgency.

And on this last point, you must be clear that this is our last best hope, that if you don’t win this time, all will be lost. Your radical ideas — which follow a direct line of descent from critics of modern technocratic civilization, from Rousseau and Marx to Goodman and Illich more recently — have nothing in common with Warren’s technocratic planner’s perspective, which ultimately refuses to place the people at the center and is just as elite-driven as anything it wishes to take on. This sense of last-minute urgency, which we could all feel so palpably in the spring of 2016, is missing so far from your campaign, despite the large crowds and the increasingly reverential attitude toward you from the candidates in the lower tiers.
Dear Bernie: I will keep it short and simple for you. Grow a boner and torpedo everyone who comes your way. Don't be naïve. A Mahmudullahesque flaccid penis will not do the job, it will not get you in the Oval Office. Act fast or you will lose again!

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Let me make a bold but very easy prediction: If the democratic nominee is anyone but Bernie, be ready for four more years of Trump.
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Third democratic debate summary

Bernard Sanders
He had so many opportunities to hammer Biden with deadly blows but he chose not to. It was like not hitting four of a four ball Bernie is running a campaign thinking he will sink others by positive policy messaging. It did not work in 2016, and so far it has not worked in 2019. Bernie is stalled in the polls and Biden is leading, and it hurts. Trump on the other hand became Republican nominee and thereafter POTUS by insulting Bush, McCain, and other Republicans. Orthodoxy, civility, unity, being adult in the room- these concepts are dead in Trump era. I really don't know why Bernie refuses to understand that politics is not only a matter of policy but also about fighting hard against your crooked opponents. In an era where MSM primarily focus on optics and entertainment, if you don't fight hard and come out swinging, media will not cover you because without fight, there is no fodder for drama and entertainment. As Trump says, even bad press is good press. But Bernie has a different world view.

He underperformed based on what his supporters expected from him, but he was still the best performer on the stage. He had a raspy voice, probably because of too much campaigning. Before debates, he should take adequate rest. A-

Elizabeth Warren
Fake Pocahontas was a snoozefest. As expected, media treated her with kid gloves. She stumped against corruption but neither the moderators nor anyone on stage pointed to her lavish big dollar fundraisings for her senate campaign . No one asked her why big money was not OK during primary but OK in general elections.

Also, she DOES NOT have the speaking style of a winning politician. Tim Black best summarized how Warren speaks. When you emphasize (and elongate) everything, you emphasize nothing. Even when Biden pressed her about her big bold plans, she could not enumerate her plans straight away, but waffled instead . Against Trump, you need to be crisp, straight, and to the point. If you are calculated like Hillary and waffle, Trump will easily brand you as WEAK and LOW ENERGY. NOT GOOD! B-

Julian Castro
He is a centrist politician but he was a winner in my opinion. Because he attacked Biden on his obvious cognitive decline . Someone needed to point out loud and clear that cognitively Biden is not qualified to become POTUS.

Even though Castro is a centrist, he is smart enough to understand that Biden will never win against Trump. Therefore Castro did not attack Biden to improve his poll numbers, but more for progressive posturing, hoping to secure a job in a Sanders/Warren administration. A-

Amy Klobuchar
She is the living embodiment of LOW ENERGY. Does she even know why she is running? Total waste of time and space. When pressed on her prosecutorial record, she could not handle the vetting with grace. Her face was filled with rage and it became green in color F

Cory Booker
Another centrist who had no substance. Even if Trump slaps him on the face, he will keep preaching love and common pain. F

Pesky Pete
Doesn't matter how much he postures and grandstands, he is too plastic. Will not sell. He tried to be adult in the room and preach civility, but was put in place by Castro, who chided him by reminding that it was a DEBATE and PRIMARY to select the best candidate to become POTUS. F

Beto
Improved performance compared to his previous showings, but who cares? F

Crooked KamalaSutra
Demon Devi needed a stellar night after receiving warnings from her donors they may withdraw support from her, and she failed BIGLY (BIG LEAGUE). Her theme was "TRUMP BAD", as if she was already the nominee. Everyone knows Trump is bad, it is boring and there is nothing new in it. The moderator did not even bother to buy her rehearsed jokes about Trump. When pressed about her horrible record, her answer was world salad. EPIC FAIL. F

Joe Biden
Malarky. Verbal Diarrohea. Tried to be aggressive from the get go but at 77, he could only sustain pill induced hard on so long. Whether it was Medicare or his past records on segregation, he was rambling incoherently the whole night. F-
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You forgot Andrew Yang
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FAKE POCAHONTAS LYIN' LIZ now says she is with Bernie, but in 2016, when America was at crossroads and badly needed an FDR 2.0, instead of being with Bernie at that defining moment, she endorsed the most disliked matriarch of neoliberal order Crooked Hillary Kissinger, and enabled Donald J. Trump. That was a betrayal of highest order, which should never be forgiven or forgotten, and thus this opportunistic wolf in sheep's skin and a registered Trump enabler should never be trusted.

A Trump enabler won't be able to beat Trump.

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Crooked KamalaSutra, also knows as Demon Devi, is polling lower than Andrew Yang in her home state.





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Donald J. Trump is the king of low blows. Whenever a low key presidential candidate drops out, Trump does not forget to take a dig. And they deserve it.

This is what Trump tweeted when Kirsten Gillibrand dropped out

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A sad day for the Democrats, Kirsten Gillibrand has dropped out of the Presidential Primary. I’m glad they never found out that she was the one I was really afraid of!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 28, 2019
And this was the tweet when Bill de Blasio dropped out

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Oh no, really big political news, perhaps the biggest story in years! Part time Mayor of New York City, @BilldeBlasio, who was polling at a solid ZERO but had tremendous room for growth, has shocking dropped out of the Presidential race. NYC is devastated, he’s coming home!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 20, 2019
The liberal media mocks Trump's tweets but they undeniably have entertainment value. Aside from his racism and xenophobia and outsider status, his entertaining ability definitely helped him winning the presidency.
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This whistle blower story is another non-story like Russiagate. Trump will gladly use it for media manipulation, and the media has already taken the bait. Trump is a troll and a troll will die itself if you don't pay any attention to it, but media refuses to understand this fact, because Donald J. Troll is good for their business/ratings.

Will this incident destroy Trump presidency? NEVER. It will only embolden the troll and his reelection chances. It will however injure Biden further, but with SLEAZY POCAHONTAS surging, Sleepy Joe Biden is the least of worries for Bernard Sanders

https://thehill.com/opinion/white-ho...-the-democrats
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Working Families Party, which endorsed Bernie in 2016, recently endorsed SLEAZY POCAHONTAS and brazenly betrayed working families

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/09/16/u...th-warren.html

This atrocious endorsement was a preview of what may happen in 2020 DNC convention should Bernie fails to get 50% of pledged deletes and the super delegates get to vote. Working families party gives 50% voting weight to its grass root votes, and 50% weight to leadership votes. When asked to release their voting, they refused. Because clearly the leadership team overrode grassroot votes to endorse SLEAZY POCAHONTAS.

When Bernie supporters demanded transparency and pointed out this obvious fraud, WFP leadership played victim like rightwing snowflakes and cried wolf over imaginary and concocted expletives and racial attacks from Bernie bros.

https://thehill.com/hilltv/rising/46...en-endorsement
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Best candidates are yang, Bernie, Warren and mayor Pete.

The more time passes, the more I like yang. He seems most in tune to present times and esp future.
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