At last count, there are quite a few Democrats who’ve declared their presidential candidacy for 2020.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, Ex-HUD chief Julián Castro, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, Former Rep. John Delaney, Andrew Yang, Sen. Kamala Harris, Sen. Amy Klobuchar, Sen. Cory Booker, South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Sen. Bernie Sanders, Former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, Former Rep. Beto O’Rourke, Marianne Williamson, author and activist, and Miramar, Fla. Mayor Wayne Messam: all of these men and women are unabashed liberal Democrats and their defiance in running as “moderates” to hide their extremism is throwing up some early red flags.
Democrats in 2020: Unelectable Nonentities
It is uproariously entertaining to see the scurryings of the innumerable host of Democratic presidential candidates in what is already more of a lottery than a quest for the nomination of a great party to the world’s greatest office.
The Gadarene stampede to (and over) the edge of the abyss of all who advocate open borders, 70 percent income taxes, the green terror, socialized medicine, legalized infanticide, reparations to native and African-Americans, packing the Supreme Court, and vacation of the Electoral College, has finally elicited, in a Churchillian expression, a tiny mouse of dissent. The charge to oblivion reminds me of 1972.
— Conrad Black, 4/3/19
Let’s not forget hands-up-don’t-shoot, Russian collusion, anything “cisgender” and/or sexuality, Antifa, cultural appropriation, anti semitic, safe space, “angry white male” and anything else antithetical to American common sense and decorum.
No millennial was alive then so as a public service to those who assume nothing relevant happened before they were aware, we present to you an edited recap of Election ’72: the last time a true, publicly-announced liberal ran against a popular Republican incumbent.
To call it ugly would be a massive understatement.
While honesty is preferred, we all know very few Democrats reveal their true agenda to the public while a candidate. They run as a digestible “moderate” and later serve as arrogant leftists, much to the detriment of general public who ends up paying a heavy price for the deception. In 2020, mostly driven by hatred of everything Donald Trump, liberals running for president are letting us know just who they are and what they want to do.
That hasn’t been good for them in the past and 2020 may prove no better.