The second night of this round of the Democratic debates was just like the first. Another debate, another alarmist and virtue signaling contest to give away the greatest number of free things. However, it is certainly entertaining to watch the Democrats tear each other apart. Joe Biden, for example, was one of the main targets for tonight, and he knew he would be before the debate even started. Biden was recorded asking Kamala Harris to go easy on him before the debate:
BIDEN to KAMALA: "go easy on me kid" pic.twitter.com/zGPmSp1Ts3
— Nathan Brand (@NathanBrandWA) August 1, 2019
Even with the relentless attacks on Biden, he held up much better in this debate than he did in June, when he was unable to rebut Kamala Harris’s attacks on Biden’s role in bussing policies 50 years ago (yes Biden is super old). This time, however, it was Kamala Harris who was being destroyed by Tulsi Gabbard over Harris’s career as a prosecutor:
Tulsi Gabbard just absolutely destroyed @KamalaHarris ⬇️
— Students For Trump (@TrumpStudents) August 1, 2019
Needless to say, after the debate #KamalaHarrisDestroyed was trending on twitter the next day.
Finally, it would not be a Democratic debate without the United States being informed that the world was ending. This time it was not 12 years, like AOC claimed, and it was not 14 months, like AOC claimed again. This time we were told by Andrew Yang that we were 10 years too late, and that we need to move people to higher ground immediately:
Democrat presidential candidate Andrew Yang takes climate hysteria to a new level, warns the world is too late in addressing climate change and people need to be evacuated to higher ground immediately pic.twitter.com/vNQ6xkXNBx
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) August 1, 2019
At this rate, we will soon be at the point where it was too late to stop climate change before we even started using gasoline or electricity. That will be very confusing.
Long story short: nothing new and just like the previous night, none of the people on stage were qualified to run the United States of America.