2020 - The Candidates

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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

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

     
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    A Classic Case of Cognitive Dissonance
    Oh, What a Tangled Web we Weave...
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    Donna Brazile is shocked — shocked! — that anyone would suggest that a brokered Democratic convention is going to be “rigged” against Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont.

    She has apparently never met the 2017 version of herself.

    “First of all,” the former interim chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee said Tuesday during an appearance on Fox News, “I want to talk to my Republicans. First of all: Stay the hell out of our race! Stay the hell out of our race! I get sick and tired … of listening to Republicans tell me and the Democrats about our process.”

    Brazile’s remarks are a response specifically to Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel, who alleged recently that a brokered Democratic convention will almost certainly be “rigged” against the 2020 Democratic primary front-runner, especially if the superdelegates who oppose him “have their way.”

    “And for people to use Russian talking points to sow division among Americans," Brazile added. "That is stupid. So, Ronna, go to hell! Go to hell! … We are not trying to prevent anyone from becoming the nominee.”

    Brazile did not leave it at just that. She continued, protesting maybe a little too much the idea that the Democratic establishment will rob Sanders of the nomination.

    “This notion that, somehow or another, Democrats are out there trying to put hurdles or roadblocks before one candidate — that’s stupid!” Brazile said. “I know what’s going on. They’re scared of Democrats coming together to defeat Donald Trump. They need to be focusing on what we’re focusing on, the Democratic Party, and that is preventing foreign interference in our elections. Stop using Russian talking points, Madame Chairwoman!”

    Worth mentioning at this point is the fact that McDaniel is not just fabricating talking points from thin air. The New York Times reported on Thursday that there is “overwhelming opposition," including from some 93 superdelegates, "to handing Mr. Sanders the nomination if he fell short of a majority of delegates."

    More important, however, is the fact that Brazile is pretending to be shocked and appalled that anyone would accuse the DNC of doing to Sanders what Donna Brazile and the DNC did to him in 2016. She claimed in her postelection “tell-all” that, as the interim chairwoman of the DNC, she “stumbled onto” the Clinton campaign’s “secret takeover” of the Democrats’ formal governing body. Brazile alleged the DNC agreed in 2015 to a fundraising scheme with the Clinton camp wherein the former secretary of state was supposedly awarded an overwhelming advantage in the primary. Her stupid postelection confession even included a line about her calling Sanders to tell him she believed the Clinton campaign had acted unethically.

    Naturally, Brazile’s 2017 account omits mentions of her own attempts to tilt the Democratic primary in Hillary Clinton’s favor. There are no mentions of her brazen lies after it was revealed she fed debate questions to the former secretary of state. There are no mentions of the fact that Brazile herself spent much of 2016 lying about her efforts to secure Clinton the nomination. The way she tells it, she was merely a witness to the Clintons’ and former DNC Chairwoman and Florida Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s unethical behavior.

    I guess we were supposed to forget about all of this because Brazile, now a Fox News contributor, is acting like her own book never happened. She is pretending now to be disgusted that anyone would accuse the DNC of conspiring to do exactly what she accused it of doing in 2016.

    And that is one of the problems with being a liar. You tend to lose track of what you said not too long ago.

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    Reminder of Trumps Accomplishments
    And Dim's Dirty Tricks


     
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