The Democratic candidates are totally focused on winning the party nomination.
But they are overlooking a huge problem that could take them down.
Democrats have just handed Trump the 2020 election with one giant mistake.
It’s hard to believe that Biden, Sanders, and Warren are the best candidates that the Democrats could come up with.
All of them have huge issues that could be their undoing.
Bernie Sanders is an open communist, a millionaire who doesn’t give to charity, he has been in the Senate for years without doing anything useful and recently had a heart attack.
Elizabeth Warren is part of the privileged elite who has repeatedly lied by claiming that she was of Native American ancestry to help bolster her career, and whose plans for America are so radical that the Democrats are having trouble fundraising.
Joe Biden started his campaign with women coming forward and accusing him of touching them inappropriately; it then got worse when his age constantly made him misspeak and stumble, and finally, he used his position as Vice President to help his son’s career.
All of them have scandals that could be their undoing in the general election.
But the candidates have mostly focused on pandering to the radical leftists in the Democrat party and have ignored the attacks that Trump will use in the general election.
As the Washington Examiner put it:
“Everybody says, ‘We want to keep this clean, we want to keep it a positive campaign,’” said Democratic strategist Scott Ferson. “But then, as front lines emerge, they start getting targets on their back, and anything that has been talked about Hunter Biden, you know, Elizabeth Warren being a Northeastern elite, whatever it might be, I think it’s all fair game.”
The eventual nominee will face an onslaught of attacks from Republicans and President Trump in the general election. Trump has already started to attack Hunter Biden’s involvement with Ukrainian energy company Burisma while he was leading U.S. foreign policy toward the country. Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, 78, suffered a heart attack, prompting arguments that he is too old to serve in office. Trump’s favorite nickname for Warren is “Pocahontas,” a reference to her claim of Native American ancestry.
“If Warren thinks her Native American problem has been put to bed, she’s got another thing coming,” said Ford O’Connell, a Republican strategist. “It is without a doubt going to resurface.”
Warren’s rivals so far have stuck to criticizing her sweeping policy proposals, such as a “Medicare for all” government-financed healthcare plan that would make virtually all private insurance illegal. They’ve avoided raising questions about her claims of Native American ancestry, which she attempted to end by releasing a DNA test showing at least one Native American ancestor six to 10 generations back.
“You’re going to see an aggressive campaign by the Trump folks to educate and persuade voters about Elizabeth Warren because, outside the Democratic process, a Democrat primary, she’s a blank slate,” O’Connell said. “They’re going to say, ‘Here is a woman who tried to work the system to benefit herself. There is no way that she’s fighting for you. It’s always about Elizabeth Warren.'”
If Democrats don’t change their tactics soon, they will have untested candidates running against Donald Trump in 2020.
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