Which Presidential candidates are currently getting supported by the Justice Democrats, both the organization and their puppet politicians on Capitol Hill? While no official endorsements have been handed out, the bulk of the support has gone to Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren. It would take a deep study into language and tallying every Tweet to know which one is getting more support. That’s how close it is.
Is this just a matter of doting parents not wanting to say which of their kids they like the best? No. This is by design.
Most political analysts (and by “most,” I mean every one of the dozen or so I’ve asked about it so far) seem to think they’re simply hedging their bets. They want one or the other to be the next President and at this early stage they can’t know for sure which one it will be. But that’s not quite true. I suppose you could say that’s part of it, but the real bottom line is in their machinations, the President and Vice President inaugurated in 2021 will be Warren-Sanders or Sanders-Warren.
They want them both.
Forget traditional (albeit false) thinking in the past that whoever the VP is should balance out the President. This has never made sense to me and it clearly doesn’t make sense to the Justice Democrats. The Vice President’s primary responsibility is to take over the reins should something happen to the President. It is both logical and practical for the VP to be ideologically aligned with the President. I’m not talking about being supportive. I’m talking about being nearly identical, and it’s hard to find two politicians closer to each other ideologically on the left than Sanders and Warren.
But it goes further than simply being the insurance policy should the socialist in the Oval Office need to be replaced. The Justice Democrats are looking to 2024 and 2028 with one replacing the other. Logistically, it makes sense to assume a 2024 election may not be best for Sanders if he wins in 2020; he’ll be 78-years-old next month. It’s not impossible for him to go two terms and he seems to be quite healthy, but there’s no telling what 4-years in the Oval Office will do to him. It may make sense for his VP to step up, at least by the Justice Democrats’ reckoning.
The same holds for being VP if Warren leads the ticket. Being an 84-year-old VP does not elicit a strong sense of security. But guess what happens before election day, 2024. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez will hit the magical presidential age of 35. She’ll be primed and ready to run with Warren for her second term should Warren win in 2020 and take Sanders as her VP.
I’d take this to the logical conclusion that they’d want AOC to run for President in 2028, but let’s be honest. If Warren or Sanders took over the White House in 2021, many if not most of us wouldn’t even be here in 2028. America would likely be lost before then. Lest we forget, elections tend to follow the President. If one of the two radical progressives were to win in 2020, it’s certain the Democrats would retain control of the House and could even take over the Senate, depending on how lopsided Democratic turnout is to make the first premise possible.
All of these hypotheticals are the actual goals of the Justice Democrats in the short term. I’ll discuss their long-term goals in the future, but know this: They want a Warren-Sanders ticket or a Sanders-Warren ticket for 2020. This has been their calculation for a while, possibly since forming in 2017.
More conservatives need to wake up to the real dangers the Justice Democrats represent. The biggest mistake we can make is to assume their radical progressive brand of Marxism could never become popular enough in America.
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