Overall it was a winning night for the Republic as Democratic Party leaders ganged up against one of their biggest funders and SLAMMED the man who pretty much single-handedly funded the "Blue Wave" of 2018.
Still, the election isn't yet for sale to any single-bidder but remains firmly (thankfully) controlled by the military-industrial complex who thrive by way of constant culture war distractions that keep anybody asking why the troops are still in Afghanistan. Any guesses??? At this point the chicken/egg argument is more impactful to Americans scrolling their phones for any kind of benign stimuli programed into shopping algorithms.
But I digress . . .
Former NYC Mayor Bloomberg isn't going to be President. Senator Bernie still leads the pack. Senator Liz Warren made a serious comeback. Mayo Pete made sense about the DNC actually nominating a Democrat . . . Other than that it was all a bunch of static.
Democratic Part FINALLY Starts Debating The Presidency!!!
The Democratic debate in Las Vegas on Wednesday night came at an important, even pivotal, time in the primary. Bernie Sanders's strong results in Iowa and New Hampshire, Joe Biden's national decline, and Bloomberg's ad-fueled rise have shaken up the race - and everyone's looking to take advantage.
Bloomberg Blown Up
LAS VEGAS - It took exactly one question at Wednesday's Democratic presidential debate for Michael Bloomberg's opponents to lay into him. Bernie Sanders slammed Bloomberg for his "stop-and-frisk" policy while he was New York's mayor, which the senator described as "outrageous" and a way to guarantee low turnout from black and Hispanic voters.
Prez Trump Persists
Who won the Democratic debate Wednesday night? That's easy, says U.S. Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C.: President Trump. "We now know why they've spent so much time on impeachment because they don't have a message that will resonate with the American people," Meadows said on " Fox News @ Night."
They're not his bros! Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders distanced himself from the so-called "Bernie Bros" who have been criticized for using online bullying tactics while on stage at Wednesday's Democratic primary debate. "If there are a few people who make ugly remarks ...
Debate Over Dox
Democrats grilled Michael Bloomberg on the debate stage Wednesday over his refusal to release employees of his company, including women who accused him of sexual harassment, from nondisclosure agreements. "None of them accuse me of doing anything other than maybe they didn't like a joke I told," Bloomberg said.
Senator Warren Wins Twitter
Sen. Elizabeth Warren Elizabeth Ann Warren Biden leads Sanders by single digits in South Carolina: poll 2020 Democratic candidates support Las Vegas casino workers on debate day Sanders takes lead in new Hill/HarrisX poll MORE (D-Mass.) was the member of the 2020 Democratic field who was the focus of the most tweets after Wednesday night's debate in Las Vegas, according to Twitter.
Somebody To Play The Bad Guy
Michael Bloomberg may have bought his way on to the debate stage in Las Vegas Wednesday night but the rest of us are in his debt. These once-every-couple-weeks rituals had become so familiar that watching til the end was a chore.
You decide . . .