In this week’s Wacky Moments of Liberal Expression:
The Morning Joe folks are afraid—very afraid. They painted a Democrat doomsday scenario this week in which Joe Biden would implode, Elizabeth Warren would win the nomination . . . and proceed to lose to President Trump.
Morning Joe also had to deal with the realization that millions of Americans don't like decriminalizing illegal entry into the country, or having their private health care insurance taken away. Joe Scarborough figured out that those and other radical positions the Dem presidential candidates have adopted have turned off many Americans. And he's worried (duh, dum, dum) that could cost the Dems the White House.
Believe it or not, Bernie Sanders now has 286 delegates for next year's Democrat convention. Not 285 nor 287 but precisely 286 delegates according to CBS News elections and surveys director Anthony Salvanto. Salvanto and his magical powers amaze as they predict the precise delegate count despite the fact that we are months before the first Democrat primary.
On Thursday's New Day, during a panel discussion of a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that is a victory for the Trump administration, CNN regulars wrung their hands and fretted. After senior political analyst John Avlon commented that the Court has "reversed four decades of U.S. policy as well as the spirit of America's opening to refugees," co-host John Berman stated that ruling would be more effective than a wall in cutting down the number of immigrants entering the U.S. to seek asylum.
According to MSNBC, Hillary Clinton didn’t make a mistake in calling Trump supporters, “deplorables” in 2016, she was just ahead of her time. In the wee hours of the morning following ABC’s Democrat debate, MSNBC’s Joy Reid and former Clinton adviser Philippe Reines spent time ranting about how awful President Trump and his supporters were. They concluded that the Democrats would have a tough time wooing Trump supporters because they’re “racist.”
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