Fauxcahontas scalps Mini Mike at #DemDebate

The very, very, very left-wing progressives at The Young Turks are done with Bloomberg. Not a good performance for him at last night’s debate. Watch:

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He’ll survive and have influence because $$$. I don’t think he actually has any interest whatsoever in being president. His campaign, as Dr. E mentioned, is more concerned with taking down Trump. So he may be the frontman for a stealth Hilary campaign. One bright spot last night was when he stated the obvious, that Communism doesn’t work. Fauxcahontas in particular looked offended. Understand that she has long been embedded in Massachusetts ivory tower Marxism. If you called her a Marxist to her face she would probably be genuinely surprised and say, isn’t everybody?

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Speaking of Marxists, Pete the Buttboy is the son of John Buttigieg who was an academic and translator/devotee of Antonio Gramsci, the Italian Marxist philosopher who originated the idea of “cultural hegemony”, that common values and societal norms are imposed by the ruling class, but those values and norms are in fact – wait for it – “social constructs”. So Lil’ Pete demonstrates his contempt for our values and norms every time he ostentatiously kisses his boyfriend in public. Know your enemy

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Just watched the video. Wow. Bloomberg, according to this womyn, represents a right-wing takeover of the left wing. Uh huh. As I said before he has no ideology other than power and if the leftards were honest they would admit they don’t either. That’s how the Bros talk, first we’ll get power, then we’ll figure everything out. Power is an end in itself. So Mini-Bloomers demonstrates, if nothing else, that there is no significant difference between the “two” parties, at least at the establishment level. It’s all the same to him. And lest we forget, DJT was a registered democrat… Read more »

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On second thought this seemed well-rehearsed on Warren’s part, because her campaign is dead in the water (praise God. If I had to listen to that voice for four years I’d put a gun to my head) she was the designated attack dog. Maybe payback at some point from Bloomers, I wouldn’t want to be on his bad side. Or maybe just theater, they’ll ease up on him next time and go after Bernard. Whatever, they all deserve each other

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I quite enjoy the spectacle of the Demorats eating their own….you know—rats in a cage who’ve overpopulated their parameters (“system”) eat their young/each other. Well, same here—too many “Democratic” Socialists all in one place (mostly D.C. & on the “Democratic debate stage) these days. Their race to the far left was bound to end in the final act of cannabalism to control their numbers so the survivors can go forth to carry their torch and resurface whole again at a future date.

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They have run out of (appallingly bad) ideas and will be smoked in the general election so they are already in the end game phase of finger pointing and back stabbing. Warren has her finger to the wind and is putting all her chips on the Kooky Brooklynite. By savaging Mini-Mike she announced her candidacy as Bernie’s VP. And that ticket will be so far left it will look right. I expect they will hold rallies and hand out Che Guevara berets and copies of Mao’s Little Red Book. Then the millennials can be just like their hippie grandparents. They… Read more »

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Despite all their rage they are still just rats in a cage

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Exactly!!! And, it is a “cage” of their own making: impeachment/leftists/the AOC brain trust/open borders/ sanctuary cities-States/elderly-career-entrenched politicians at their helm, et al, as contributing members to their platform. Do they not know that the only way out of this for their future is to purge their ranks on their own—-or suffer Republicans defining their ranks and futures via elections?