We know Democrats have little to offer in the realm of political idealism. Thus, their debates rarely spark anything remotely interesting.
But the latest democrat debate takes the cake.
Last month, CNN hosted the lowest-rated debates in the 2020 cycle, but MSNBC might have them beat with the snooze-fest they moderated.
Clearly, the impeachment hearings aren’t going too well. There is no smoking gun. No magic witness. Certainly no quid pro quo. Thus, all eyes were on the democrat debates last night. Well, all eyes from the left. And still we couldn’t pull anything of substance out of the evening.
Frankly, I’m waiting for someone to realize these debates are fantastic. If you’re looking to cure insomnia, turn it on and soon you’ll be bored to sleep. At least I was.
As for Hollywood, the biggest promoters of leftism were glued to the debates in hopes someone would cough up the key to ridding themselves of Donald Trump. They were locked and loaded with their Twitter app in hand, and once again we get the same big fat nothing burgers liberals keep serving up.
And if you were waiting to see exactly what the Hollyweirdo’s took away from last night’s fodder- well, don’t get your hopes up too high.
As Fox News elaborates:
Ten of the top Democratic presidential candidates for 2020 took the stage for the fifth time on Wednesday to duke it out in the penultimate debate before the New Year. Those who managed to qualify for MSNBC’s all-female panel debate were: Amy Klobuchar, Cory Booker, Bernie Sanders, Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren, Pete Buttigieg, Joe Biden, Andrew Yang, Tulsi Gabbard and Tom Steyer.
Outspoken celebrities took to Twitter in real-time to share their thoughts on how everyone performed.
Comedian Sarah Silverman kicked things off with a joke about new poll front-runner, Buttigieg. She wrote: “Mayor Pete would look so hot with a mustache oh crap is that okay to say I say it with total respect for his mind #DemDebate.”
Mayor Pete would look so hot with a mustache oh crap is that okay to say I say it with total respect for his mind #DemDebate
— Sarah Silverman (@SarahKSilverman) November 21, 2019
Actress Jane Lynch commented on the somewhat uneventful night by mentioning the setting, Tyler Perry’s studio in Atlanta.
“Tweeps. I’m a superficial person. And the ladies’ makeup is very good tonight. #DemocraticDebate,” she wrote. “And how about that lighting? @tylerperry ‘s studio. Top notch.”
Tweeps. I’m a superficial person. And the ladies’ makeup is very good tonight. #DemocraticDebate
— Jane Lynch (@janemarielynch) November 21, 2019
Does this mean liberals don’t quite understand the issues? Or that mustaches are just far more exciting?
“That #ManchurianCandidate @TulsiGabbard is on that debate stage and @JulianCastro isn’t makes my want to flip tables. That’s it. That’s the tweet. #DemDebate,” wrote actress Yvette Nicole Brown.
That #ManchurianCandidate @TulsiGabbard is on that debate stage and @JulianCastro isn’t makes my want to flip tables.
That’s it. That’s the tweet.#DemDebate
— yvette nicole brown (@YNB) November 21, 2019
“Damn! Steyer needs to take one of his millions and invest it in his teeth. Ask Joe who did his new chompers. #DemDebate,” wrote comedian Wanda Sykes.
Damn! Steyer needs to take one of his millions and invest it in his teeth. Ask Joe who did his new chompers. #DemDebate
— Wanda Sykes (@iamwandasykes) November 21, 2019
“Tulsi: Do you know what else “aloha” means? GOODBYE,” wrote a sarcastic George Takei.
Tulsi: Do you know what else “aloha” means? GOODBYE.
— George Takei (@GeorgeTakei) November 21, 2019
“There is no doubt in my mind that Tulsi Gabbard would join ‘The Masked Singer,'” wrote comedian Billy Eichner.
There is no doubt in my mind that Tulsi Gabbard would join The Masked Singer.
— billy eichner (@billyeichner) November 21, 2019
Honestly, I’m not sure which is worse: the fact that democrats can’t bring any higher-level thinking to the table, or the fact that Hollywood thinks we should care more about the potential for a reality TV series to snatch one of these candidates up?
Either way, I think it’s fair to call this latest round of debates a complete and utter flop.