The Democratic Party is hurtling toward trouble in November, as they continued to prop up former Vice President Joe Biden in the 2020 race.
Biden is destined to fail against incumbent Republican Donald Trump in the general election, and for a myriad of reasons.
First, Biden’s performances on the campaign trail have been horrid, to put it lightly. Not only has the longtime politician frequently lost track of his own conversations, but, in doing so he’s cast a pall of doubt over his mental acuity. A debate between he and the bombastic Donald Trump would be nigh unwatchable, if we’re being honest, and will only further put Biden behind the 8 ball.
Then there’s the former veep’s temper, which has led to Biden insulting a number of town hall attendees over the course of the last few months. One undecided voter was “a damn liar“; another was a “lying, dog-faced pony soldier”…whatever that even means.
Lastly, it appears as though Biden is going to allow Hillary Clinton to publicly endorse him despite her status as a persona non grata among the most vocal supporters of the Democratic Party.
Perhaps that’s why House Speaker Nancy Pelosi keeps talking about throwing money at the American people.
Pelosi said on “MSNBC Live” a minimum guaranteed income is “perhaps” now “worthy” of getting looked at being added into the next funding package.
“[A]s we go forward, let’s see what works,” Pelosi outlined. “What is operational, and what needs other attention? Others have suggested a minimum … guaranteed income for people. Is that worthy of attention now? Perhaps so because there are many more people than just in small business and hired by small business as important as that is to the vitality of our economy and other people who are not in the public sector meeting our needs in so many ways that may need some assistance as well.”
The Democrats need to make up for their error in choosing Joe Biden as a candidate, (and allowing Hillary Clinton any airtime), and cold hard cash might be their final, desperate attempt at salving the next 4 years.
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