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Democrat Power Rankings July 2019 (Top 10)



Democrat Power Rankings July 2019 Top 10

1)  Elizabeth Warren

Playing nice with her most alike Bernie Sanders was strategically vital. Bernie supporters are most likely to hop over to Warren, the leading candidate in the Socialist region. With the majority of the Twitter echo chamber claiming she won the second Democrat debate (night 1), it’s likely she will get a bump after destroying the likes of the progressive John Delaney. Her campaign has organization, that appears to have unraveled that of Bernie Sanders in 2016, which is perhaps her greatest strength next to her general wonkiness. What is really appealing about Warren this early is her high ceiling.

2) Joe Biden

100% name recognition and being Obama’s VP. You would think those are his greatest strengths, but these are merely factors that contribute to his greatest strength. Despite self-emasculating himself in the first debates, he isn’t done yet. He’s senile, creepy, and unoriginal, but he has a weapon Kamala Harris doesn’t seem to have: a hood pass. This unexpired token is keeping him afloat, the only thing. The ultra-loyal black Democrat vote seems more interested in nominating a Confused White Man than one from the Intersectionality Region like Harris, Booker, or Messam (who?). As long as Biden has a hood pass, he gets away with racist statements and holds a large percent of the black vote.

3) Kamala Harris

She’s a cutthroat who will do anything, and that comes with strong implications, to win. But she just isn’t likable. Despite being a black woman, she just doesn’t have a strong base of support among the intersectional Left. Her voting base is the flash in the pan, like Ben Carson in 2016 or Herman Cain in 2012, until she can prove otherwise.

4) Bernie Sanders

He just isn’t dead yet, and that is not a comment about his age. Being the OG American socialist is his most appealing thing about him. This is Elizabeth Warren’s biggest challenge. Still, should she slip, he’s poised to reap some of the benefits, but his ceiling is caving in. But overall, the only reason he ranks four is because no one else has risen above him.

5) Pete Buttigieg

CNN and other Leftist outlets have propelled his campaign. However, how real is it? Buttigieg’s campaign hasn’t shown to have the organization necessary to run a national campaign. His obvious disdain for actual Christians is just a reminder that he has little to offer other than being the first gay President. But the intersectional Left hasn’t backed him, instead Kamala Harris seems to win their affection. With no real qualifying experience, there is enough dirt from his mayoral background in South Bend, Indiana to create a minefield to prevent his campaign from gaining.

6) Tulsi Gabbard

Polls don’t really matter at this point. Tulsi Gabbard is invested in Iowa and the investment seems to be paying off. She was the most searched candidate in Iowa before and after the debate. With a truncated primary schedule, Iowa is a key race for stemming momentum later on. There is reason to doubt the organization of Gabbard’s campaign outside of Iowa, but after two debates, she is the candidate people are looking into.

7) Marianne Williamson

Back in May, I wrote about how she was the thought leader for a New Age cult and a force that could make a splash in the primaries. And that has come into fruition. She may be crazy, but she is sharp and sounds remarkably different than the other politicians. In 2016 we saw a strong sense of antiestablishment voting, and Williamson is poised to take in that vote. Her interview with Dave Rubin demonstrated just how potent her campaign is. Her polling in New Hampshire is also not shabby. Either way, her campaign isn’t pretending to be stronger than it is.

8) Beto O’Rourke

His biggest strength is name recognition caused by past media love. His weakness is being an empty suit. The voters have seen through that. Despite having organizational potential, he seems to have no ability to go up from here, especially since he is going full Swalwell.

9) Andrew Yang

Despite having a low ceiling of Elon Musk fanboys, Andrew Yang has some organizational capacity, especially in Iowa.

10) Julian Castro

The Democrats appear to finally be establishing standards for making it to the debates. And Castro is on the cusp of making the cut. He has a long way to go but perhaps his early announcement led to him developing a ground game that is a viral really good debate performance away from kickstarting.

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Sanders heading to Warren’s native state for Comanche event



Sanders heading to Warrens native state for Comanche event

LAWTON, Okla. (AP) — Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is focusing on reliably Republican Oklahoma with an appearance before the largest annual gathering of the Comanche Nation in the state where rival Elizabeth Warren was born.

Sanders’ visit may remind some of a sensitive subject for Warren, still criticized after her October release of a DNA test meant to bolster her claim to Native American heritage. That was supposed to rebut President Donald Trump’s mocking of the Massachusetts senator as “Pocahontas,” but only intensified it.

Last month, Warren offered a public apology to Native Americans, trying to show that the issue won’t be a political drag in her White House campaign.

The Comanches, who are holding their 28th annual Nation Fair Powwow, are a Plains Indian tribe of about 17,000 enrolled members, with headquarters just north of Lawton, in southwest Oklahoma. Powwows are important social events for many tribes, and typically feature traditional dance, songs, food, regalia and other customs.

Sanders, a Vermont senator, won Oklahoma’s 2016 Democratic primary over Hillary Clinton. The state votes next year as part of the earlier and expanded “Super Tuesday,” which comes on March 3 and includes neighboring Texas.

University of Oklahoma political science professor Keith Gaddie said Sanders’ powwow visit was unusual because the tribe, which well-known, is not a particularly large Native American nation.

“There’s no reason, in order to win the state, that you’d have to go down to that event,” Gaddie said.

Warren has made her family’s down-home, financial struggles after her father had a heart attack and couldn’t work — forcing her mother to get a minimum wage job — a central theme of her campaign. Sanders and Warren are friends who agree on many policy issues, including the “Medicare for All” universal health insurance plan.

Both also have refused to attack one another, ducking questions about whether they eventually will have to compete for the Democratic Party’s most liberal wing. But a Des Moines Register-CNN-Mediacom poll released Saturday showed Warren outpacing Sanders in Iowa, which launches the 2020 Democratic nominating contest on Feb. 3, and running about even with former Vice President Joe Biden, who had been the crowded field’s front runner.

Sanders planned a rally at the University of Oklahoma before speaking at the powwow.


Weissert reported from Washington.

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AOC calls out her own party’s ‘refusal’ to impeach Trump



AOC calls out her own partys refusal to impeach Trump

Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is rallying her base against the Democratic Party Establishment. Her Justice Democrats puppetmasters want an all-out war against the people they consider to be “moderates” despite that group seemingly encompassing anyone who isn’t a far-left radical progressive. Their targets are people who would be considered progressives on any scale that didn’t get tilted by the rising radical left.

Their opening strike against the Democratic Establishment comes in the form of having AOC go after the party for not impeaching President Trump. They won’t say what the President did that’s worthy of impeachment outside of general complaints about obstruction or abuse of power, but those are just details to be ignored by Ocasio-Cortez and the Justice Democrats. They aren’t interested in facts. They only care about the feelings associated with a Trump impeachment.

As our EIC noted, conservatives should hope AOC gets her way:

Fox & Friends tackled the issue today, noting how the brewing war between the left and the far left is threatening to make the Democratic Party cannibalize itself. Meanwhile, the President is safely planted in the Oval Office with no worries of real impeachment.

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Candace Owens: ‘Leftists and Democrats don’t want to see these issues fixed in black America’



Candace Owens Leftists and Democrats dont want to see these issues fixed in black America

Speaking before Congress today, conservative activist Candace Owens detailed some of the real problems black citizens are facing in America today. She considers “white nationalism” to be a problem that wouldn’t make her top-100 list of actual issues harming African-Americans and their communities.

What she DOES consider to be huge problems include the deterioration of the family as our welfare system encourages women to remain single mothers, knowing their income from the government would be cut if they were to marry the father of their children. Gun violence is a real problem, but it’s a problem that comes back to gun control areas such as Chicago in which so many black Americans are killed by gun-wielding criminals while law abiding citizens are not allowed to protect themselves.

She looks to the education system that keeps African-American youths from receiving their proper education. And she turned to the policies of Democrats who seem to view African-Americans as a base of voters who must be exploited by indoctrinating them into the notion they’re being persecuted by white nationalists in the GOP.

Owens noted that “leftists and Democrats don’t want to see these issues fixed in black America because then they can’t stomp on those issues.”

It’s clear that Democrats spread lies intent on making minorities believe they’re the party that will help them when invariably their policies are the ones that actually oppress the masses. Marxism’s roots in racism are flourishing in leftist America.

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