Did you watch the Democratic debates last week? If so, you saw a white woman, who pretends to be Native American (Elizabeth Warren); a half-Jamaican and half-Indian woman, who pretends to be African American (Kamala Harris); and an American man of Irish descent, who pretends to be Mexican (Beto O’Rourke). His real name isn’t Beto, it’s Rob. He’s about as Latino as I am, which is zero percent. Yet there he was, standing on stage, answering questions in Spanish.
According to the fake news polls, the person leading this clown show is Joe Biden, a serial groper, who makes Arnold Schwarzenegger – the Gropenator himself – look like a Boy Scout.
How can any voter with even the slightest degree of intelligence take any of these candidates seriously when almost all of them have proven themselves to be nothing but charlatans and deceivers?
They’re about as believable as Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez crying in front of parking lot, while pretending to weep for incarcerated children.
Every one of the twenty candidates pledged that if they were elected, they would give free health care to illegal aliens. Think about that. Thousands of homeless American veterans on our streets, who nobody cares about, yet these individuals all want your vote so they can take money out of your pocket and give it away for free to foreign invaders.
An actor friend of mine described the whole situation as eloquently as I’ve ever heard: “These people are evil, liars, and worst of all bad actors. I watched those debates the other day and all I saw was garbage acting. They pretend to be Native American, Mexican, from bad neighborhoods, grew up poor. Harris’s father was a professor at Stanford University. My dad was a telephone repairman, who died when he was 37 and I was 6. These people make me sick!”
Shades of 2016, when the Democratic nomination was blatantly stolen from Bernie Sanders, two unconventional candidates – Andrew Yang and Marianne Williamson – said their microphones were turned off so they couldn’t respond to key questions. Their claims are backed up by the fact that they received only 3 and 5 minutes of speaking time, compared to over 11 minutes each for Kamala Harris, Joe Biden, and Bernie Sanders.