The Democrat who can beat Trump hasn’t been born. In fact, I wish Obama could run again so Trump could beat his boney ass, just for the fun of it.
Democrats have candidate woes unlike any in history. In the 2016 presidential race, Republicans had a plethora of qualified candidates running. In contrast, for 2020 the Democrats look like a freak show.
Communists, socialists, anarchists and the like now feel qualified. Moreover, Democrats are running with their vaginas and other naughty bits, as special interest “women”, LGBTQ, and other sexual deviants like their current leader Creepy Joe Biden all vie for the position of leader of the free world.
Speaking of Sleepy Creepy Joe Biden, watching him get ripped apart makes even me flinch a bit.
Newly-released audio of Biden disrespecting women, and a 1972 article from the Des Moines Registry where Biden all but admits he panders to blacks hasn’t helped his cause. Add to this Biden’s propensity to showcase his racism, and you get a recipe for failure.
I said multiple times on my radio show that Biden will not be the Democrats’ nominee. Sadly for him, he can’t defeat a band of the most unqualified candidates since 2008.
And the polls bear me out.
While Biden leads in Iowa, not long ago polls had Biden as the solid front-runner. Not so much anymore. CNN writes: (emphasis added)
Joe Biden leads as the top choice of likely participants in the first-in-the-nation Iowa Democratic caucuses, but his advantage there is smaller than the one he has held in recent national polling, even as just five candidates out of a field of 23 crack 5% support.
So Biden is slipping, but still only five candidates get 5% support?
The article continues:
A new CNN/Des Moines Register/Mediacom poll conducted by Selzer and Co., finds Biden leads among both those who plan to participate in the caucuses the traditional, in-person way, or via a new process for caucusing virtually.
Overall, 24% say they favor the former vice president, with 16% backing Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, 15% Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, and 14% South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg. California Sen. Kamala Harris rounds out the five over 5% with 7% support.
Biden has regularly been above 30% in national polling since announcing his candidacy in April, with his nearest competitor trailing by double-digits. But there hasn’t been high-quality polling in Iowa since his entry to the race.
People were asked about their enthusiasm for the Democrat candidates, and Harvard Harris poll was embarrassing.
The public find the Democrats’ presidential field “underwhelming,” the word used in the poll.
Do you find the current field of Democratic party candidates for president to be impressive or underwhelming?
What about the candidates’ ability to defeat President Trump?
On page 147, the question is: “Which one of the Democratic presidential candidates has the best chance of winning against Donald Trump?”
The Creepy Sleepy White Hope Joe Biden has a 35% chance, and he’s the current Democrat front-runner.
The first number below is the raw number of responses, and the second is the percentage among the sample of 1,295 registered voters
Joe Biden: 464 – 35%
Bernie Sanders: 149 – 11%
Beto O’Rourke: 58 – 4%
Hillary Clinton: 51 – 4% (Not even running.)
Kamala Harris: 44 – 3%
Elizabeth Warren: 41 – 3%
Pete Buttigieg: 28 – 2%
Michael Bloomberg: 28 – 2% (Not even running.)
Cory Booker: 21 – 2%
Tulsi Gabbard: 17 – 1%
Andrew Yang: 12 – 1%
Kristen Gillibrand: 11 – 1%
Amy Klobuchar: 10 – 1%
John Delaney: 9 – 1%
John Hickenlooper: 6 – *
Julian Castro: 5 – *
Jay Inslee: 2 – *
No surprise with this poll, when you understand the clowns that represent them.
Check out CA Congressman Eric Swalwell, who gave a rousing speech recently.
Democrat presidential candidate Eric Swalwell: “I will be bold without the bull”
Swalwell pauses, appearing to expect applause from the audience
No one claps pic.twitter.com/Z8OFMONQBZ
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) June 9, 2019
“We need a president who lives like you live, we need a president that has the grit that you have, and we have a president right now that doesn’t understand the dreams that you have,” Swalwell said. “I will be that president because I have lived that struggle and I know how hard you work and what you expect it to add up to.”
“But I will always be real with you,” Swalwell continued. “I will be bold without the bull.”
“Bold without the bull?” I think he expected an applause there. But it didn’t come, just like his chance of ever being president. Note he wasn’t even a blip on the radar in the aforementioned poll.
Swalwell’s “wait for applause” moment reminded me and many others of Jeb Bush. Recall Bush’s “please clap” moment?
Swalwell miscalculated a long time ago when he constantly attacked the president.
What happened to Beto?
“Beto” O’Rourke represented the Great White Hope for Democrats for a while. He almost defeated Ted Cruz, so why not let a loser take on the man who crushed Cruz? Makes sense, doesn’t it?
Yet O’Rourke can hardly be found in presidential polling. Politico wrote:
Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke defended his low standing in a new Iowa poll by saying it doesn’t “describe the full picture.”
The former Texas congressman was backed by 2 percent of those surveyed in the poll released Saturday night.
“You know, I don’t know that this many months out from the caucuses in Iowa that these polls really indicate what our prospects are,” O’Rourke told George Stephanopoulos on ABC’s “This Week.” “If I relied on polls in any race that I’d run, I never would have been able to serve in the United States Congress.”
I say to Democrats, “Your desperation is showing!”