2020 - The Candidates

Discussion in 'Φ QANON & POLITICS' started by Rose, Oct 3, 2018.

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    And now, Back to the Real World:


    If you understand what matters in America.

    Sleepy, Creepy, Uncle Joe?
    We think not.​
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    Enjoy Super Tuesday?
    Not Quite Over?
    Close Enough...

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    I drew this cartoon as the results were pouring in. I didn’t realize it took several days for California to tally their votes, so this cartoon may prove to be inaccurate. Bernie currently holds a large lead in California though, and many have projected him to win.

    The big surprise was how well Biden did (especially in Texas), but maybe it shouldn’t be so shocking. He’s the choice of the Deep State Democrats and their picks have a habit of winning. Nobody thought much of John McCain and he was not doing well in the polls, but thanks to the Deep State Neocons he suddenly he caught fire too.

    Both Democrat front runners are unlikeable and mediocre. Is this the best the Democrats have to offer? An old communist loudmouth and an old, mumbling, stumbling, corrupt gaffe machine? Both are pushing 80. They will make high energy Trump appear even younger.

    I was happy to see Mike Bloomberg fail. The goblin billionaire found out he really couldn’t buy the presidency. Other characteristics are required to attract voters such a modicum of charm, speaking ability, and manners. He was caught on video coughing into his hand then promptly shaking the hands of others. He was also caught taking a bite of pizza and then tossing it back into the box. Warren couldn’t even win her home state. She has a lot of ego in the race and she refuses to quit. Good. We want to see her suffer more defeat.

    If the race continues on relatively even, we can expect a lot of funny business at the convention. In which case you really will see Biden and Bernie become grumpier old men. I still don’t rule out Hillary inserting herself as an alternative to end a crisis. At the very least, she would want to become the Vice President if for no other reason than to avoid prosecution for her crimes.

    —Ben Garrison

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    Maria Speaks with Kevin on Election and Coronavirus
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    Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's progressive candidates did not have a “super” Tuesday in the first congressional primaries of the 2020 cycle.

    The Democratic establishment, on the other hand, could breathe a sigh of relief after three primary challengers from Texas and California underperformed in highly anticipated contests against longtime Democratic incumbents and establishment darlings.

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    Beneath the cover of a contentious presidential primary race that gave Establishment Democrats hope, the arguably biggest takeaway of the night is going to be buried. But Democrats took note and the implications are terrifying for them.

    While Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden did battle on the national stage from coast to coast, several states were also holding primary elections for lower offices. There were some good storylines in high-profile Senate races that will supplement Biden vs. Sanders talk in the news cycle, but the part you likely won’t hear much about was California’s primary for all 54 congressional seats. Why won’t you hear about it elsewhere? Because nine Democratic seats can clearly be flipped and the one Republican seat in jeopardy seems poised to stay red.

    This wasn’t the news the DNC wanted to hear. It’s definitely not the news Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi wanted to hear as it’s the first real indicator that her gavel is at risk.

    Keep two things in mind. First, these aren’t nine seats that are deemed “in play” through some election miracle. These are nine seats currently held by Democrats where Republicans have the upper hand based on analysis of Tuesday’s primary votes. Second—and this is very important to understand—with only one statewide ballot measure, the main draw was the Democratic presidential primary in which Republicans may not vote. That means that even without the draw of a presidential primary choice, nine seats showed Republicans either within striking distance or outright beating Democrats.

    The “jungle primary” system for congressional seats means everyone gets the same ballot choices. The top two finishers in the primary will go head-to-head in the general election. Based on these criteria, a shocking number of Democratic seats are now in jeopardy in November. Let’s break them down one-by-one.

    A few examples:





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    So proven liar Brazile who admitted 2016 primary was rigged against Bernie now says:

    Does she appear 3 sheets to the wind to anyone else ? wineee



    I have been wondering for a while why her presence is required at Fox.

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