Tuesday, January 21, 2020

The New York Times Endorsement Of Warren And Klobuchar Suitable For Lining The Bottom Of A Birdcage

The Editorial Board of The New York Times admitted in the third paragraph of its endorsement for the “best choice” for President of the United States what 61,943,670 Americans already knew, “…there are those who believe that President Trump was the product of political and economic systems so rotten that they must be replaced.”

“Mr. Trump maintains near-universal approval from his Party and will nearly certainly coast to the nomination. Democrats would be smart to recognize that Mr. Trump’s vision for America’s future is shared by many millions of Americans.”

The NYT is worried about restoring unity in the country insisting Amy Klobuchar must acknowledge “the depth of the nation’s dysfunction” and Elizabeth Warren must come to grips with the hard fact “the country is more diverse than her base.”
There’s an abundance of unity in red states and BLEXIT is terrifying to Democrats.  What if in November enough black Americans voted for Donald Trump to reelect him?

The new Emerson poll puts the President at 35 percent with black voters and 38 percent with Hispanics. “If you add in Asian voters at 28 percent approval,” notes Emerson’s director of polling Spencer Kimball, “our number is very close to the new Marist poll,” which finds Trump’s approval at 33 percent among non-white voters.  A recent RasmussenReports poll has Trump support among black voters at 34 percent, and even the new CNN poll has Trump’s approval among non-white voters at 26 percent.

If President Trump comes anywhere near those numbers on Election Day, he’ll win in a landslide. Minority voters—and black voters in particular—are an absolutely vital part of the Democratic base.  If black support for a Republican candidate ever reaches 20% of the total vote, a Democrat presidential candidate would not be able to win, EVER.

They admit reports of how Klobuchar treats her staff gave them “pause”.  Apparently, her admission she can be a “tough boss” and her promise to do better in the future was convincing enough for them to endorse her.

The Times described Elizabeth Warren as a “gifted storyteller.”  When I read that I laughed so hard I nearly fell out of my chair.  It was a back-handed way of saying the fake Indian is an accomplished liar.

The left seems genuinely confused by the Times’ endorsement of two Democratic candidates.  Don’t most Democrats vote at least twice? 

The Mandalorian might even say, “This is the way.”

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