At this stage in the 2020 election, everything is just one big show, and it shows.
This current glut of democratic candidates are dealing in little more than hyperbole at this point, with only a few in the crowd providing the nation with any sort of comprehensive policy outlines – and the ones that have are all seasoned politicians with teams in the background who’ve had these policy pies cooked and cooling on the window sill for a while already.
Those who’ve not been on the national stage before have been forced to rely on “resistance” rhetoric to make waves, attempting to one-up one another in terms of trashing our President.
Indianapolis Mayor Pete Buttigieg is no different, except for that his attacks on the administration began with some loathsome potshots at VP Mike Pence as opposed to POTUS.
Mayor Pete has now turned his attention fully toward Trump, however, in an effort to stay afloat in this crowded pool of contenders.
The following comes from an interview on CNN.
“He is the president of the United States. Baltimore is in the United States. He’s the president for the people of Baltimore, and he’s talking about it like it’s somebody else’s problem. The question should be, if Baltimore faces challenges, which it does, as every major American city does, what is he doing to help? And what we see is a president whose response is to attack fellow Americans, whether it’s members of Congress who have been critical of him or an entire city full of Americans just because it — that city is partly represented by a member of Congress who’s critical of him. And he continues down this path of dividing Americans black versus white, rural versus urban, which is exactly why America is becoming weaker as a country, under this president, each passing day.”
“Weaker”? Has Mayor Pete taken a look at any of the national economic figures over the course of the last two years?
Buttigieg will take the stage tonight for the first of two consecutive democratic debates where President Trump will undoubtedly be a main topic of conversation.Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook and Twitter, and follow our friends at RepublicanLegion.com.
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