More Democrats Drop Out of Loser’s Bracket

Democrats won’t beat President Trump in 2020. But that won’t stop those frauds from trying.

In what has to be the largest presidential field ever, Democrats showcase their brand of crazy in ways few expected.

And while Bernie, Biden and Warren engage in a three-way (battle that is), the rest of the pool is falling apart. In fact, they’re dropping like flies.

As Politico reports,

Gov. Jay Inslee of Washington pulled out of the race for the Democratic presidential nomination on Wednesday, saying “it has become clear I’m not going to be carrying the ball. I’m not going to become president.”

Inslee ran on a platform that focused on combating climate change, and said he was encouraged by the enthusiasm he saw for the issue during his campaign. He made the announcement on MSNBC’s “The Rachel Maddow Show” and said he was not ready to endorse another candidate at this time.

This announcement came just days after we learned former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper decided to quit while he could remain an unknown. But we give Hickenlooper props. At least he admitted he’s not match for Donald Trump. Most Democrats know they can’t beat him, but they haven’t reached the place in which they’re comfortable saying the truth. Thus, they plug along planning campaigns that will never take flight.

Another One Bites the Dust

I’ve decided to break out my vinyl records and blast a little Queen every time a liberal joins the ranks of the “Democrat Drop-outs” between now and the 2020 primary.

According to Fox News:

Rep. Seth Moulton of Massachusetts repeatedly has said he’s not a quitter.

But on Friday, the three-term congressman and U.S. Marine veteran who served four tours of duty in the Iraq War ended his long-shot bid for the Democratic presidential nomination.

Moulton’s campaign said the congressman would formally announce the news during his speech later Friday in San Francisco at the Democratic National Committee’s summer meeting.

“I am ending my campaign for president,” Moulton will say, according to an advance copy of his remarks obtained by Fox News. “Though this campaign is not ending the way we hoped, I am leaving this race knowing that we raised issues that are vitally important to the American people and our future.”

“I have only been in this race since April—I got in later than many of the other candidates—but I couldn’t be more proud of what our team has accomplished over these last several months,” he’s expected to add.

Moulton’s move comes as it was all but certain he wouldn’t reach the thresholds set by the DNC for candidates to make the stage at the third round of primary debates, which will be held next month. The congressman failed to qualify for the first and second round of debates.

It would be nice if I could say “the field narrows,” but there are still at least 20 candidates deluding themselves.

Honestly, the Democrats still don’t know who will get the honor of having his or her ass kicked by the president.

Frankly, Biden has struggled since he announced, as his poll numbers began dropping immediately. Now his wife and his brain surgeon are begging people to turn a blind eye to Biden’s incompetence and choose him anyway.

Meanwhile, Elizabeth Warren is getting pretty cocky over her chances.  And Bernie Sanders is spinning further and further out of bounds. Now, he wants free healthcare and free college all while quadrupling the cost of the Green New Deal.

None of these campaigns are game changers. In fact, these people won’t even be remembered for challenging Trump. And if you’re questioning the reason no one cares about another democrat defector, it’s quite simple. Conservatives make moves that make sense. And right now, the only move we need to make is sitting still. Because democrats will self-destruct in 5…. 4….. 3…..



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