The Democratic Party are now so committed to open borders and illegal immigration that they cannot reverse course without a major upheaval within their ranks. Do they really give a damn about the African American population, native born or naturalized Hispanics, and the low-income white working families? Or, are the potential votes of the illegal population more important? STEVE McCANN
Thursday, June 13, 2019
OBAMA SAYS BIDEN IS DELUSIONAL AND DISHONEST. MORE DISHONEST THAN THE PSYCHOPATH OBOMB?
Obama Aides Say Biden Is Either Delusional Or Dishonest. Here's Why.
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Poor Joe Biden. He has nowhere to go in his own
party and apparently has no idea what to do about it.
In an effort to appear like a middle of the road
politician who could work with Republicans, the 2020 Democratic hopeful
predicted that the GOP would compromise with Democrats once President Trump
left the office. Former President Barack Obama aides sharply rebuked Biden as
either "delusional or dishonest" with one even saying
"f*ck no" when asked whether he thought Biden's hopes of bipartisan
policymaking would ring true.
that "Ben LaBolt, who served as Obama’s 2012 campaign press secretary,
sarcastically added that he is sure that 'Mitch McConnell and Mark Meadows will
rush to form the Woke Caucus. And Nelson Rockefeller will be revived from his
"If Biden were prepared to negotiate like he did during the fiscal cliff
and the Bush tax cut extensions, where Republicans basically got everything we
wanted and he got a tiny bit, I’m sure there would be deals to get done,” a
senior Senate leadership aide told the Daily Beast.
And another aide told the website that
"Republicans reaped enormous gains from their obstruction, like securing
the balance of the Supreme Court for a generation or more. They know
obstruction works and they will eat Biden’s lunch while he reminisces about the
good old days."
Biden has already got himself in trouble this
election cycle with the far-left for trying to extend an olive branch to the
GOP. The career politician recently walked back his compliment of Vice
President Mike Pence being a "decent guy" after the progressive base
ridiculed him for saying such a thing in light of the VP's personal
disagreement with gay marriage.
Whatever the case, the comments from Democratic staffers indicate that
whoever wins in 2020, they won't necessarily be seeking to work with
Republicans. In fact, based on their comments, one could predict the Democrats
will be the ones obstructing President Trump any chance they can should he be
In 2014 the Russell Sage Foundation found that between 2003 and 2013, the median household net worth of those in the United States fell from $87,992 to $56,335—a drop of 36 percent. While the rich also saw their wealth drop during the recession, they are more than making that money back.
Between 2009 and 2012, 95 percent of all the income gains in the US went to the top 1 percent. This is the most distorted post-recession income gain on record.
Biden Calls for ‘Reordering Capitalism’ at $2,800-a-Head Fundraiser
Former Vice President Joe Biden spoke at a $2,800-a-head fundraiser on Wednesday and called for “reordering capitalism” to “save it.”
Biden, the Democrat frontrunner, made the remarks to a group of wealthy campaign donors in Chicago, Illinois, while discussing how to rebuild the middle class.
“Things have changed in a way that needs to be turned around,” Biden said. “It doesn’t require socialism and it doesn’t require some fundamental shift. It requires sort of reordering capitalism to make capitalism work and save it.”
He said that is the only way to give the middle class “a little bit of breathing room” in the face of rising economic inequality.
Biden did not elaborate on what “reordering capitalism” would entail. His vagueness is not necessarily surprising. Since announcing his presidential campaign, Biden has repeatedly touted his desire to “rebuild the middle class” but has provided few policy details for accomplishing the goal. In comparison, other 2020 Democrats, such as Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), have released entire policy platforms about their plans to help the American worker.
Few of the outlets covering the remarks, however, noted the irony that Biden chose to critique capitalism at a high-profile fundraiser flanked by wealthy donors and elected officials.
The event was held at the luxury high rise residence of Robert Wislow, a real estate magnate and Democrat mega-donor, in Chicago’s Gold Coast neighborhood. Once labeled as the seventh richest urban neighborhood in the country, Gold Coast is an elite enclave, home to some of the city’s most influential citizens.
Wislow, who co-hosted the fundraiser with longtime Biden confidant William Singer, is the chairman of the Chicago office of CBRE Group. The company, which is the largestcommercial real estate and investment firm in the world, had a revenue of $21.3 billion in 2018.
Tickets for the event, which was announced this month, were $2,800 per person—the maximum contribution allowed by the Federal Election Commission per election cycle. The guest list included former Obama-era Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, former U.S. Sen. Carol Moseley Braun (D-IL), along with a host of local elected officials and business leaders. According to the Chicago Sun-Times, those attending the exclusive 56th-floor fundraiser were treated to “sweeping views” of the Chicago skyline, including Trump Tower in the distance.
It is unclear how many individuals attended the event or how much money was raised. In recent weeks, Biden’s campaign has been pushing members of its national finance committee to raise $100,000 by the end of the year.
Biden’s remarks regarding “reordering capitalism” came on the same day Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), a fellow White House contender, offered a public defense of democratic socialism. In a speech delivered to students at George Washington University, Sanders lambasted what he saw as “an economy that is fundamentally broken, and grotesquely unfair.”
“Millions of people get involved in the political process to reclaim our democracy by having the courage to take on the powerful corporate interests whose greed is destroying the social and economic fabric of our country,” Sanders said.
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