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Shotgun Joe for 2020?

Joe Biden has officially thrown his hat into the ring for the 2020 presidential run. Despite the Creepy Joe video footage which will undoubtedly run on a loop during the campaign, he now has this video talking of why owners should just buy shotguns instead of high capacity rifles.

Nonetheless, if Biden wins the Democrat nomination, will his flock of voters care about those images any more than Trump voters dismissed audio of locker room talk? Probably not. Trump Derangement Syndrome is a pretty chronic condition.

The bigger question is why Obama never came out to support Biden during the creepy video release when he lauded him the best VP in American history? Talk about a conditional bromance.

So to the never ending list of Democrat nominees. The party looks so disjointed. Instead of narrowing the field down to a small clutch of realistic candidates with a consistent message, the policy platform has no sound base. It’s radical left all the way to traditional liberal. Perhaps the “shotgun” scatter policy mix is what the Democrats will end up with rather than targeted sniper fire.

The list of candidates so far is as follows –

Bernie Sanders,

Joe Biden,

Elizabeth Warren,

Kamala Harris,

Beto O’Rourke,

Pete Buttigieg,

Cory Booker,

Julian Castro,

John Delaney,

Tulsi Gabbard,

Kirsten Gillibrand,

John Hickenlooper,

Jay Inslee,

Amy Klobuchar,

Wayne Messam,

Seth Moultham,

Tim Ryan, Eric

Swalwell,

Marianne Williamson and

Andrew Yang

President Trump needn’t lose much sleep. Hating him is the only consistent policy message the Dems have. Why hasn’t Alec Baldwin or Oprah announced they’re running yet? Baldwin think s he’s a shoe in!

Fauxahontas is polling 3rd in Massachusetts

Democratic 2020 presidential nomination hopeful Elizabeth Warren is polling 3rd in her home state of Massachusetts. So much for her attempts to run.

Perhaps being 1/1024th Native American and writing same on a Texas bar registration card might have something to do with it.

Trump looks more certain by the day to win 2020 if the Dems continue to show no strategy or policy other than to hate POTUS. Biden is toast, Warren doubtful and Harris looks flakey post Smollett.

Surely Hollywood celebrity Alec Baldwin’s pledge to win in 2020 only shows how hopeless their cause is. If Hollywood doubts the current crop, what hope have the Dems got in 2020? Wheel Hillary our again? Things are so bad even Obama is calling on party faithful to stop the circular firing squad. And they call Trump stupid!?

Monbiot is right

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CM has a soft spot for George Monbiot. Almost a decade ago he wrote about the Climategate scandal which showed the corruption within climate science. Monbiot suggested along the lines, “if you cut the average climate activist in half you’d discover most had little more than a passing grade in a liberal arts degree”. He, of the left himself, was in a sense kicking his own side for continuously trying to gloss over things they don’t want to admit. Monbiot believes that winning arguments requires proper debate, not making more noise to drown out dissenting voices. So it was refreshing to read his take on the famous G-7 picture of Merkel eyeballing a recalcitrant POTUS. Monbiot wrote,

There was much rejoicing this week over the photo of Trump being harangued by the other G7 leaders. But when I saw it, I thought: “The stitch-ups engineered by people like you produce people like him.” The machinations of remote elites in forums such as the G7, the IMF and the European Central Bank, and the opaque negotiation of unpopular treaties, destroy both trust and democratic agency, fuelling the frustration that demagogues exploit…Trump was right to spike the Trans-Pacific Partnership. He is right to demand a sunset clause for Nafta. When this devious, hollow, self-interested man offers a better approximation of the people’s champion than any other leader, you know democracy is in trouble.

It is a powerful point. CM has made the argument for years that the ‘people’ are getting fed up with leaders who do little more than feather their own nests for the future. So when voters put people in power that promise to put words into action is it any wonder we have the political upheaval we do? It is amplifying and with good reason.

The Italians didn’t like it when the French and Maltese took potshots at their newly elected leaders stopping and turning around refugee boats which were election promises. The Austrians are through listening to the bullies from Brussels lambasting them for deporting radical imams and their families as well as closing militant mosques. While the EU elites may have celebrated Macron’s victory they still overlooked Le Pen managed twice the vote Front National had ever received. The Hungarians are tired of being told they must take their quota of asylum seekers even if a referendum showed 98.4% were against it. Even Merkel got a stiff uppercut from the largely socialist leanings of Germans with the catapult of the anti-EU AfD to the second largest party. It isn’t just Europe either.

Canadians are tired of being told they must comply to compelled speech laws. They gave Trudeau a precursor of their anger last week by voting in Progessive Conservative Doug Ford Jr. as Ontario Premier. He annihilated Liberal Kathy Wynne so badly her party can’t even serve in parliament. While liberals were complaining Ford won it for being a white heterosexual male they overlooked that most constituents which gave Liberals 15 years to show something were sick of being taken for mugs. They’re exhausted being told by governments how they should live their lives and tired of policies that ensure endless misery if they fail to comply.

Even liberals in America can’t shake off TDS. By way of example, in the run up to the Democratic primaries in Maryland, 46% see getting rid of Trump as the highest election priority, with the usual progressive values of slashing crime (Baltimore highest crime in US), tackling opioid abuse (3rd highest rate of addicts), climate change and affordable healthcare registering less than 11% combined.

The irony of today’s political sphere is that the very politicians that are so fearful of the next election would romp home were they to actually listen and represent their citizens rather than let the likes of a Trump force them to wake up. CM has often been criticized for supporting Trump as a beacon of righteousness. Monbiot described why better than CM ever could – he is an absolute necessary evil to wake the world up from its slumber of feckless bureaucrats who only have their own interests as priorities. Despite all of the vulgarities, the glass jaw and vanity he is spooking incumbency.

Maybe $10m p.a. talkshow host Bill Maher expresses the absolute desperation of the left. Instead of coming forward with a raft of policies that would make Trump’s look utterly at sea, the best idea is to wish shared misery on Main St via a deep recession to achieve it. With leadership and depth of policy like that, Alec Baldwin’s 2020 campaign at the very least will field the collective audiences of Robert DeNiro, Samantha Bee and Sally Field as the purveyors of the behaviours we should aspire to.