Given the whirlwind nature of the American media, we at times get a glimpse of who someone really is at some of the most unexpected times.
I’m speaking, of course, about the crazed machinations of a flailing political machine which is working overtime in order to reestablish what they gave away in 2016.
This metaphor is for the democrats, who were caught cheating one of their own candidates out of a fair primary election at the behest of the other candidate. The Hillary-DNC collusion was just the beginning of the end for the seemingly doomed dems, however, especially now that their surrogates in the media are spinning in circles attempting to distance themselves from the pack.
Michael Moore, a liberal filmmaker if you asked him and a failed agent provocateur if you ask anyone else, is just such a person. Instead of wanting what’s best for the nation, (or even for his democratic party), Michael Moore really just wants attention.
That’s why, as the democratic party is poised to begin trimming its out-of-control 2020 field down to an acceptable number of candidates, Moore is attempting to goad even more democrats to get involved in other races throughout federal government.
Documentary filmmaker and left-wing activist Michael Moore has declared that centrist Democratic candidates “must be primaried and replaced” with far-left alternatives like Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY.)
Michael Moore made the claim in reference to an article from The Intercept, which reported on how young Democrats at 40 college campuses have called for a boycott of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee over “its decision to cut off vendors working for primary challengers..”
“Bad Democrats must be primaried and replaced with good Dems — just the way AOC did it,” Moore wrote in response, referring to Ocasio-Cortez’s successful ousting of long-time Rep. Joe Crowley in last year’s primary challenge. “Some of you should run. The Democratic Party is trying to stop any progressive challengers.”
The field of contenders for the 2020 president race is now up to twenty individual candidates, including latecomer Joe Biden, who just days ago officially announced his campaign after months of heavy speculation.
For Moore to suggest a further dilution of ideas into this already amorphous pond of progressive politicians sounds a lot less like a true belief, and more like an attempt to catch a headline.
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