If you’re like the vast majority of Americans, you skipped out on Thursday night’s 2020 Democrat presidential debate.
You missed nothing. Just more anti-American, pro-socialist nonsense.
At one point, though, failing candidate Julian Castro ripped Joe Biden for having a poor memory.
The crowd either loved it or hated it – you be the judge…
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From Daily Wire:
During Thursday night’s Democratic presidential primary debate in Houston, former U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro attacked former Vice President Joe Biden over his health care plan, saying that it would leave many Americans uninsured.
Julian Castro slams Joe Biden over his mental state, suggests that he is already forgetting things that he said 2 minutes ago
Julian Castro slams Joe Biden over his mental state, suggests that he is already forgetting things that he said 2 minutes ago pic.twitter.com/a85LXsaHbU
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) September 13, 2019
History will certainly look kindly upon President Trump’s first term in office. Of course, the media will do everything in their power to make sure it doesn’t happen.
Trump hasn’t been perfect by any means but he has accomplished a lot in just two and a half years in office.
Joe Biden doesn’t see it that way, though. He sees the presidency of “President Hump” playing out a little differently.
Biden said, “I believe history will look back at this presidency as an aberrant moment in time. But if Donald Hump — Donald Trump is reelected…Freudian slip. If Donald Trump is reelected, he will forever and fundamentally alter the character of this nation.”
When you start at the top, there’s only one way to go.
Joe is learning that the hard way.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, and former Vice President Joe Biden are currently bunched together in the national Democratic presidential preference contest. Movement in the latest Monmouth University Poll – positive for Warren and Sanders, negative for Biden – suggests the 2020 presidential nomination process may be entering a volatile stage. The poll results also suggest that liberal voters are starting to take a closer look at a wider range of candidates, while moderates are focusing on those with the highest name recognition. Another key finding that could contribute to growing volatility in the race is confusion over “Medicare for All.” Most say support for this policy is an important factor in choosing a Democratic nominee, but voters actually prefer a public option over a single payer plan.
The poll finds a virtual three-way tie among Sanders (20%), Warren (20%), and Biden (19%) in the presidential nomination preferences of registered Democrats and Democratic-leaning voters across the country. Compared to Monmouth’s June poll, these results represent an increase in support for both Sanders (up from 14%) and Warren (up from 15%), and a significant drop for Biden (down from 32%).
Even MSNBC thinks Joe is losing steam – bigly.
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