WND Exclusive – Time to choose: Marxism or Capitalism

from Brent Smith for World Net Daily:

We on the right continue to debate which general election foe will be the easiest for President Trump to defeat.

Is it Bernie Sanders or Joe Biden?

But the way things are going, the question is becoming moot. The Democratic establishment has once again begun to circle the wagons against a perceived threat. And once again that threat is communist Bernie Sanders.

And as an aside, can we finally drop the “Sanders is a socialist” nonsense?

The conventional wisdom is that the Democrats are, for the second cycle in a row, trying to take out Bernie the Red Sanders. read more

Video Podcast – Cashless due to Covid-19 – I Agree with Michael Moore

by: Brent Smith

It seems the coronavirus is not only forcing people into quarantine, but money too.

China has begun quarantining dirty cash, and sanitizing it, fearing that cash can also spread the virus. Our own Federal Reserve is following suit for dollars that it repatriates from Asia before recirculating them in the US financial system.

This may lead us to become cashless, which is dangerous for a free society.

Michael Moore is claiming that the democrat hack establishment is once again preventing his man, Bernie Sanders, from obtaining the party nomination.

And he’s right – and that scares me. Not that a communist is being denied the nomination, but that I agree with Michael Moore. read more

Biden Follows in the Footsteps of Greatness

by: Brent Smith

Everyone is either mortified or yukking it up over Lunchbox Joe Biden’s latest “supposed” gaffe.

He was at a Super Tuesday, or as Joe refers to it as Super Thursday, campaign event in Texas when he took to reciting the Declaration of Independence.

As we all know, The Declaration of Independence reads: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”

Joe, answering some question, took it upon himself to recite this passage. “We hold these truths to be self-evident,” the former vice president said.

So far so good – right?

He then added: that “All men and women created by — you know, you know, the thing.” read more

It’s a Big Nope For Mayor Pete

from the American Spectator:

Nobody ever really bought into Pete Buttigieg, did they? He wasn’t exactly a plausible presidential candidate, and the first question anybody ought to ask themselves before running for something like president of the United States of America is, “Am I plausible?”

Buttigieg was like the little ant who thought he could move the rubber tree plant in the Frank Sinatra song. But unlike the ant or Sinatra’s ram, who head-butts a hydroelectric dam until it collapses, high hopes don’t often translate into results in American politics — particularly when those hopes run counter to obvious reality. Let’s talk about that as the first item in this week’s edition of Five Quick Things.

1. Pete Buttigieg owes Rush Limbaugh an apology. read more

Video Podcast – Bernie BROS – Short for Bernie BROwn Shirts

By: Brent Smith

The Bernie BROS are evidently causing a bit of a headache for the Sanders campaign.

Of course it all has to with the optics, as it always does in politics.

But it’s beyond me why Bernie the Red would care about the Bernie BROS. He certainly doesn’t care about the optics of his own behavior and certainly not of the staff he’s hired.

In fact, Sanders has surrounded himself with radicals. They run his campaign. read more

The Excuses for a Democrat Loss have already Begun

by: Brent Smith

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If you’re familiar with “The Atlantic,” website, you’ll guess like me that if they were to endorse a presidential candidate, it would probably be Bernie Sanders.

To me, the Atlantic is as leftist as Slate or Salon.com.

But they haven’t endorsed anyone as of yet. Don’t know that they will, but it would definitely be Bernie.

Instead the just publish pieces extolling the virtues of leftism, or articles such as the following, giving excuses for, if a “progressive” doesn’t win and why – and if a moderate doesn’t win and why. Neither time is the fault of the progressive.

It’s kind of like when we say Communism doesn’t work – has never worked – their retort is that it’s just never been implemented properly.

The article is entitled:

When Will Moderates Learn Their Lesson?

If centrists can’t move past their doctrine and recognize when their candidates are unelectable, then how will Democrats ever beat Trump?

It’s authored by a gentleman named Ibram X. Kendi, Director of the Antiracist Research and Policy Center at American University. read more

Denmark Not Happy with Bernie

from the American Thinker:

No Bernie, Denmark is Not a Socialist Utopia

Socialist/communist presidential candidate Bernie Sanders loves to sing the praises of a small Scandinavian country, Denmark. It seems he has fallen out of love with his previous favorite countries, the Soviet Union and Cuba, which he “warmly praised” in the late 1980s.

After spurning the USSR, the country he spent his honeymoon in, shirtless, singing along drunkenly with his fellow communist comrades, he has moved on to northern Europe as representing his idea of utopia. read more

Video Podcast – Democrat Primaries are a Lesson in Irony

by: Brent Smith

The Democrats have been whining and complaining about the 2016 presidential election since day one.

Yet the very things they bellyache about, they do in their own primary election process.

But unlike the general election, which have rules spelled out in the Constitution, their primary isn’t. they can change these rules at anytime.

Yet they don’t. I discuss, what these ironies are and how the dems can change things, if they were actually concerned.

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Bloomberg’s Government Lawyers

This is almost too incredible to believe! But today, it’s becoming difficult to discount anything, regardless of how unbelievable it may seem.

from Fox News:

Bloomberg’s cash financing ‘overtly political’ agendas in state AG offices, West Virginia’s Morrisey claims

Billionaire Democrat Michael Bloomberg has bankrolled a network of climate-change lawyers who are operating out of the offices of attorneys general in liberal states, West Virginia state Attorney General Patrick Morrisey claimed Tuesday, calling the Bloomberg setup “absolutely outrageous.”

“[W]hat you are doing is, you’re outsourcing who is running the government to people who are not accountable to the voters,” Morrisey said during an appearance on Fox News’ “The Ingraham Angle.” “It’s unacceptable on so many levels.” read more

WND Exclusive – Is Bernie Soros’ Puppet to Remake (destroy) America?

from Brent Smith for World Net Daily:

If this doesn’t get you out to vote, nothing will. And it’s just three simple words. Simple, but excruciatingly painful: President Bernie Sanders.

The old saying, elections have consequences, is no truer than it is today. And I can think of nothing more consequential than the election of Sanders.

I would estimate that the vast majority of ignorant millennials and college students who have and will cast a ballot for Sanders have no idea what they’re really voting for.

All they know is that Bernie has promised them an endless array of free stuff and money.

But below the surface lies a horror of unimaginable misery – something Americans have never experienced. read more