Comment by Jim Campbell
March 18th, 2018
Fourteen progressive/Democrats have announced they will be running against President Trump.
This brings back memories of the 2o16 elections when a similar number of candidates entered the presidential primaries on to see one by one them fall to the way side as it was clear that voters were sick of usual politicians with worn out ideas and wanted bold new change.
The pursuit of political correctness may appeal to those on the left but it will get none of them the nomination.
I’ve yet to see anyone on the left with the ability to light up the electorate and the positive following who are willing to put up money to see him elected for a second term.
What we have is far to many people with socialist ideas, and that is an economic platform that will die before it will fly.
This is not to suggest for a moment that the current president doesn’t have flaws, as he certainly does.
Those he doesn’t have for the most part are made up be the media which serves no useful purpose other than being co-conspirators in their lust to “Get Trump.”
I don’t believe so, only time will tell.
Axios News Service
March 18, 2019
Why it matters: Look for 2020 Democratic candidates to be more careful than ever not to offend anyone, while Trump revels in the contrast with a stream of outlandish assertions and observations that will delight his followers.
Also know as Chet for “Chester the molester, is far to creepy, even his wife know that.
It should come as no surprise, but images like the one below have all been cleansed from the internet.
I had to go back to my previous articles to find this one.
- On one side, you have President Trump, easily the most politically incorrect figure to win the White House in the modern era. He loves nothing more than to taunt liberals, the media and America with throwback thinking and insults.
- On the other, you have the most diverse Democratic field ever, showing early and enthusiastic insistence on inclusiveness, as well as race, gender and lifestyle sensitivity.
This weekend was a sneak peek: Beto groveling and Trump bellowing.
O’Rourke apologized for joking during his first two days on the trail that his wife is raising their three children “sometimes with my help.”
- For good measure, he admitted his white male privilege had benefited him, and he said his preference for a running mate would be a woman.
- “Beto Apologizes for Being White & Male After his followers trashed him over a joke about his wife.”
At the same time, Trump was tweeting love for two embattled Fox News hosts — Tucker Carlson, who made misogynistic comments on a radio show a decade ago, and “Judge” Jeanine Pirro, who made an anti-Muslim comment on her Fox show.