OPINION

This certainly has turned into an interesting Democrat Presidential primary. We’ve all watched as some of the Democrat STARS and hope for the future has crumbled under the pressure of the Democrat Primary process.

Let’s take a little walk down memory lane of some of the Democrat favorites.

Rep. Eric Swalwell (CA) announced he was running in April 2019. After the first debate, his polling and fundraising numbers fell short. He suspended his campaign in July 2019. Apparently, his performance during the Mueller hearing was enough to turn the voters off.

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (NY) announced her entering the race for President in a Twitter video in Aug 2019. Polling less than 2 percent nationally she ended her campaign in Sept. 2019. At least she got out quickly.

Former Rep. Beto O’Rourke (TX), one of the new darlings of the Democrat Party, who had even graced the cover of Vanity Fair, announced he was entering the race on March 14, 2019. However, all the fanfare didn’t help him because on Nov. 1, 2019, he ended his campaign. Now, he’s hoping to be Biden’s gun grabber.

Sen. Kamala Harris (CA) entered the race for President on Jan. 21, 2019 with much fanfare and remained among one of the upper-tier candidates until she dropped out of the race on Dec. 3. Apparently, the Democrat voters weren’t all that excited about supporting a ‘Woman of Color’ for President.

Julián Castro, the former Obama-era secretary of Housing and Urban Development announced he was entering the race for President on Jan. 12, 2019. The Democrats were seemed excited at having a Latino running for President. However, not seeing strong support, Castro suspended his campaign on Jan. 2, 2020. He soon learned that you need to be careful what you say.

Sen. Cory Booker (NJ) threw his hat into the race on February 1, 2019. Having failed to gain traction with national or early-state primary voters, Booker suspended his campaign on February 1, 2020. It appears his goal of being the nice guy wasn’t a hit with the Democrat voters.

Andrew Yang filed with the Federal Election Commission to participate in the Democratic primaries way back on November 6, 2017. Unfortunately, due to Yang’s lackluster support, shortly after the polls closed in the New Hampshire Democratic primary on Feb. 11, he dropped out of the race. Well, who knew that giving people $1,000 wouldn’t work to get excited supporters?

Mayor Pete Buttigieg announced his bid for President on April 14, 2019. Buttigieg enjoyed the limelight for a while as one of the youngest and the first major openly gay candidates. However, due to plunging poll numbers, his campaign came to a sudden end on March 1, 2020, when he then endorsed Joe Biden. His attempt to be another Obama on the campaign stump, just didn’t work for him, did it?

Sen. Amy Klobuchar (MN) launched her campaign in February 2019. Never gaining any traction, Klobuchar announced she was ending her campaign and endorsing Biden on March 2, 2020. Sorry, Amy, but you are boring, and not very compelling.

Mayor Mike Bloomberg (NYC) entered the race for President on November 21, 2019, with the goal of saving the Democrat Party from Sanders and preventing four more years of President Trump. In spite of the half a BILLION dollars spent on campaign commercials, he never gained support from primary voters. With Joe Biden’s miraculous comeback, Bloomberg announced he has suspended his campaign today, March 4, 2020

Now, we are left with Biden and Sanders as the frontrunners, and ‘Pocahontas‘ Warren nipping at Sanders’ heel.

Will Warren stay in? While that would hurt Sanders, it would definitely help Biden. We all saw last night, how Warren kept Sanders from winning a few of the close primaries.

In this writer’s opinion, Warren will stay in if the Democrat Party elites want her to stay. They know she could be a way of slowing down Sanders. However, will the Democrat voters see her as a spoiler? It’s going to be fun to watch this all play out.

There have been several Patriots saying they would LOVE to see a Trump vs. Sanders matchup. While it would be fun, it might be better to have Biden stay neck and neck with Sanders until the convention to be held July 13–16, 2020. By doing that, it would mean that neither would have the 1,991 delegates needed to win the nomination. This would mean there could be a Brokered Convention.

How much fun would that be to watch? We all know the Democrat leadership doesn’t want Sanders to be their candidate facing President Trump. So, it’s a fair bet they will do something sneaky and underhanded to prevent that from happening. Why not, it worked in 2016?

With Biden as the Democrat candidate, we would have a repeat of the 2016 election with Hillary Clinton. The Sanders’ Bots will be angry because it was stolen from Sanders again, and we all know that Biden will surely crumble during the first debate with President Trump.

We all know that President Trump will win this election. HOWEVER, we cannot be complacent. We MUST vote. Let’s give President Trump an election that will go down in the history books.

President Reagan won 49 states amassing 525 electoral votes in the 1984 Presidential election. Let’s do better than that for President Trump.


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