Given the brutality of the criticism facing the DNC after their deplorable behavior during the 2016, you would think that the democratic organization would be minding their P’s and Q’s this go-round. Apparently not.
The left has a habit of railroading candidates into the mainstream, and 2016 was no exception. During that contest, the DNC worked endlessly to stymy the chances for Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders to make a real run at the nomination – a move vociferously exposed by Sanders’ supporters throughout the contest. Then, after damning emails from within Hillary Clinton’s campaign were made public by Wikileaks, it became known that the DNC and Hillary Clinton were colluding in order to anoint the former First Lady as the democratic nominee.
This cost the jobs of several democratic mucky-mucks, inducing then-DNC chair Debbie Wassermann Schultz.
Now, another dark horse candidate is testing the limits of the DNC after a harrowing standout performance at the first of two back-to-back debates for 2020.
Tulsi Gabbard is the winner of the first Democratic debate in Miami on Wednesday, according to a Drudge Report poll.
The popular news aggregation internet site took a poll of users which asked who won the 10-candidate debate.
Surprisingly, nearly 40 per cent of those who took the survey chose the 38-year-old congresswoman from Hawaii as the runaway winner.
Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts came in second with 12.26 per cent of the vote.
Gabbard’s evisceration of fellow candidate Tim Ryan was seen as a highlight of the night.
Now comes the real question: Will the DNC allow Gabbard to maintain her roost near the top of the field, or will they dust off the 2016 playbook in order to silence her; a move that would surely send the Hawaiian politician’s supporters into a fervor that could again tear the democratic party to shreds.Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook and Twitter, and follow our friends at RepublicanLegion.com.
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