DNC announces list of debate participants, with some notable exclusions

The proverbial dumpster fire that is the 2020 democratic presidential field has now been saddled with an arbitrary haircut, so to speak, as the DNC announces who has and who hasn’t made the cut for the upcoming debates.

For the upcoming election, the democrats have packed the field with at least 24 candidates – the most in modern electoral history.  Of course, with this massive crowd of contenders comes a bevy of concerns over how best to disseminate their ideas to the masses.  Far too many of these devious democrats are using their brief moments in the spotlight to bash one another, or, more often President Trump, as opposed to divulging whatever ideas they have about how best to run the nation.

Basically, we’re staring at a cacophony of angry liberals whose shouting is void of real substance.

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Now, as the first debates loom on the horizon, the DNC is beginning to whittle the field.

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The first debate of the Democratic primary season will be split into two nights given the size of the field. But despite apparent efforts to avoid the impression of the event being divided into a main event and ‘kids’ table,’ the final line-up ends up putting most high-polling candidates on the stage on the second night.

Former Vice President Biden, Sens. Sanders, I-Vt., and Harris, D-Calif., and South Bend Mayor Buttigieg are four of the five highest-polling candidates in recent national and early-voting state polling. The fifth, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., will appear on stage with another crowd of candidates the first night.

But the roster could make for some serious fireworks on the second night, as Sanders — who’s making his second straight White House run — has increasingly criticized Biden, the clear front-runner right now at this early point in the Democratic nomination race.

Those who didn’t make the cut were obscure, to say the least:

Failing to qualify were Gov. Steve Bullock of Montana; Rep. Seth Moulton of Massachusetts; and Miramar, Fla., Mayor Wayne Messam.

The only question remaining is whether or not these two nights of democratic drivel will drive the party to further figurative cannibalism.

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