Last night I wasn’t able to watch the Democrat Party Presidential Debate on television, but I was able to listen on Sirius XM. Not having a horrible visual of that many leftist buffoons on stage actually helped and I was able to concentrate on their policy plans of action rather than the blank stares of faked outrage.
However, I must report that nothing of substance was said and not one realistic plan was revealed. It was, as expected, leftist ideological ranting, and nothing more. I used the mysterious Marianne Williamson as the benchmark for reality and for a few seconds, her diatribes about love and unity actually made more sense than the answers of free everything and how President Trump has ruined the country all of which permeated the other candidates answers.
What bothered me the most was the way all the networks covered these debates in their follow up analysis shows. It was disturbing to watch the hosts discussing the candidates ramblings answers as if there was any substance to what was debated. Over and over the networks treated the incompetent and narcissistic leftist candidates as if they had real substantive answers and thought provoking plans. It was like watching an episode of an unfunny sitcom more than real journalism.
This one idiotic question is probably the best summary of entire virtue signaling debate:
This is a real question CNN "journalist" Don Lemon asked tonight at the #DemDebate:
"What do you say to those Trump voters who prioritize the economy over the president's bigotry?"
What a joke. pic.twitter.com/wQ7y6EoZZ2
— Caleb Hull (@CalebJHull) July 31, 2019
Throughout the debate were calls to fundamentally change the United States, including the desire to tear down the Electoral College. Clearly, the Democrats decided if they can’t win playing by the rules then they need to change the rules. Pete Buttigieg, the mayor of South Bend, Indiana, which has seen an increase in crime under his tenure, literally said “end the Electoral College.”
Now that we have seen three debates between DNC candidates for president of the United States, it should be clear that the Democrat Party and the part of the media that covers politics is nothing more than a bunch of people in powerful positions playing the parts of powerful people. “Scary” – that is the word I would use to describe how I feel after listening to these debates. Because not one candidate is even qualified to lead the most powerful country in the world.