Democratic Party Releases Footage of Kidnapped Kamala Harris “Endorsing” Joe Biden
"(Unknown location, USA)—In a videotaped statement released today by the secretive, radical group known as the Democratic National Committee, Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA), speaking under obvious duress from an undisclosed location, read a prepared statement endorsing onetime rival, Joe Biden, for president.
“It’s quite clear that she’s under coercion and that she doesn’t mean what she says,” said hostage behavior expert Dr. Bert Coppa. “Just a few months ago, she was insinuating that a viciously racist Joe Biden would literally have thrown the little-girl version of her under a school bus, if he could have gotten his creepy hands on her back in the 1960s. And now she’s endorsing him as someone who has quote “lived his life with great dignity” unquote. I mean, c’mon. What other motivation could an honest woman like she have for doing this?”"
Source article: The Imaginative Conservative
Just for Grins and Giggles ;-)
GA, did you really expect anything any different? She is a politician and one that has a history of going whichever the way the wind blew. Did you think she would step out there and give an honest opinion in regards to Joe Biden? Right at this point, there is only one "politician" in Washington that perhaps too often gives his unfiltered opinion. You know, the guy that has Kamala being held at gunpoint by the DNC.
I always had some trouble with Kamela as she leaned more toward the centrist and "establishment" faction of the Democratic Party. So, should I be surprised that she endorsed Biden? She plays politics along with others as part of SOP. Only Warren and Sanders are "true blue" and I have always gave my support for the progressive wing of the party and its representatives.
She may well have been under external pressure to endorse Biden. I wish that Liz Warren would endorse Bernie Sanders and not delay.
But right now, I would nominate my golden retriever if I believed that it would stop Trump...….
Will Warren still be "true blue" if she endorses Biden? I am reading that is a possibility. *shrug
No, by endorsing Biden she would contradict everything that she told us that she believed in. Infected by the corporatists and the "establishment"?
I can only hope that she takes the correct course.
I saw some "Biden" clips today that were current . . . He really does seem to be off-kilter. Telling a union worker he was full of shit . . .
Hmm . . .
If this keeps up Sanders may get the nomination. Joe might not make it to the convention.
Funny thing about leopards, GA, they never really change their spots...
I think these "spots" are changing Cred. If only in a change of size. I remember him being just as confrontational, but much more controlled, in the past.
However, for full disclosure, my current perception may be affected by the media's focus on these things. Biden may have been the same all along and I just didn't pay attention to it.
No, he is not necessarily a bad guy, but progressives need to look at his record. Joe has been caught in situations where being expedient on his part did not do. I think that he was eerily quiet as VP under Obama.
As a Delaware senator, I heard that he got into bed with the credit card companies making it more difficult for the average guy to file bankruptcy. It may have been warranted at the time, but it does not play well among progressive groups.
While I don't hold things against him that he said decades ago, how much of a response he is prepared to give those on the progressive side of things is what is being watched.
I basically think that he is a corporate Democrat that attempts to straddle both sides of our party's political divide. In these times, as Hillary Clinton found out in 2016, many more of us are suspicious and not buying into it.
The guffaws from Biden may well be function of age. But, he can ill afford to constantly stumble over his tongue with the Trump propaganda machine bearing down so relentlessly.
I think Bernie Sanders is in better shape and as sharp as a tack even though he is older.
I agree with this assessment, credence. It appears Biden will be the Democrat who will be tasked with taking down Trump, though. I am not happy about this at all. He must choose his VP wisely.
Panther, lets hope that Biden throws us a bone, Hillary Clinton certainly didn't with her VP pick in 2016.
It would be nice if we could all march to the beat of the same drummer by November.
Could it be Warren? Maybe he's trying to convince her and that's why she's quiet for now. One can hope.
Clever assessment, you could very well be right. Warren would probably weary of Biden's gladhanding BS. But, it would be a smart move and would help to placate us progressives if she is willing to go along.
Hmm . . . just thinking out loud . . . but wouldn't her obvious rejection by Democrat voters be a negative? And then there is the wonder of whether she would accept a second-chair position as VP. *shrug*
I don't know that her rejection was really a rejection of what she represented politically. Bernie Sanders is still viable in the competition and has many of her ideas.
I remain suspicious as to how it is Warren dropped below the radar in so startling a way.
I say that it would be political suicide for Biden to proceed and not include a plank in his platform that addresses concerns of true progressives.
Could it be?
Joe Biden is endorsing Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s (D-Mass.) bankruptcy plan as the former vice president works to unite a Democratic Party fractured between centrists and progressives.
Okay. Great. I agree. Now what, matching robes? ;-)
Ha! No way. I think Biden is a good guy, (being a politician and all). I have thought so for many years, but his recent behavior is worrisome.
It is just a personal perspective, but with his current short-temperedness, (on the campaign trail of all places), and his speech stumblings, (seemingly more pronounced than in the past), I am a bit worried that he can hold on until the convention, much less the general campaign.
However, my thoughts may be influenced by the media's presentation. Maybe these things are just exaggerated blips.
I would think many of his "Blips" were made due to stress or not being prepared for some questions and or allegations that came his way. Yes, the media jumped to point them out in all there glory. However, I can't overlook what I think is a poor agenda. An agenda that sounds all too full of what one expects to hear, and has heard for the past 50 years. Offering the same promises dressed up and presented by a new presidential candidate. Conveying the message Let's move forward, but in reality, it adds up to the status quo is fine too.
In my opinion, this anology is why Trump won in 2016. He offered change, a better economy, a reduction in taxes, to work on immigration, to fix poor trade deals. To make us energy independent. All big promises, most kept. in one respect or another.
Question -- Do you think to make promises to tear down what "Trump built" will win any Dem the election? Joe is basing much of his campaign on "I can beat Trump". That is Joe's mantra. He promises "to fix what Trump has broken". I still can't figure out what Trump broke... Other than Hillery's bubble. Oh, and then there is the fact he has Washington DC turned upside down.
Oh my Sharlee, that is one of those 'don't get me started' questions.
So, I won't get started.
But I will give you a clue; my problems with Pres. Trump don't, generally, have much to do with his policies.
It's such an easy yes or no question. Just trying to get a glimpse into your thoughts on the subject. I have no wish to dispute your opinion, just want it.
I respect where you are coming from. I also as a rule don't have any problem with his policies. But that mouth, that's another story. LOL
Okay, since you put it that way. No, I don't think a beat/dismantle Trump platform will be enough for a Democrat to win the election.
I think there are a lot of anti-Trump votes out there, but not enough to swing the election. Especially when the Democrat candidate is as vulnerable as Biden is.
I have had my glimpse, and I thank you. Now that was not that hard, was it?
I think it ironic that Trump and Biden have the same way of communicating. When cornered, they both come out swinging inappropriately. I do have empathy for Joe, it won't be pretty to watch. Vulnerable. that is putting it mildly.
Well said, I kinda of seeing it that way, too.
But, I would have never thought that a man like Donald Trump could ever be elected President. If that can happen virtually anything is possible. So, it isn't over yet
I am buying the soothing salve as a remedy for the A$$kicking that we may have to expect in November.
Why is telling someone who makes a stupid comment based on NRA propaganda a problem? It's refreshingly honest for a politician.
Your last paragraph is wishful thinking. Biden is the nominee. Your President is doomed.
Hmm . . . I sense a 'tone' in your comment promisem. But I will try to answer respectfully anyway.
It's refreshingly honest for a politician."
When Pres. Trump made/makes similarly uncalled for harsh statements did you find them "refreshingly honest" too?
As for the "your president" quip, he is our president. Whether you like it or not. Beyond that, you misunderstood my point about Sanders. It certainly wasn't wishful thinking. I think that should have been obvious from my past Sanders comments.
Yeah, that will probably be the best laugh I have for a while.
They couldn't have found a worse candidate to put up against Trump if they wanted to.
Creepy Joe... his fondling of women (and little girls) is worse than Trump's dalliances with porn stars. There is something very off about an adult man that likes to sniff little girls, in public, during photo shoots, he can't control himself.
Senile Joe... his bumbling babbling will get exposed over and over again in the coming months, I can't imagine the debates between him and Trump, but my goodness is he tailor made to be a punching bag for the Donald.
Corrupt Joe... when the national spotlight is on him, they won't be able to keep buried his 1.5 billion dollar deal with China, nor his profitable affairs in the Ukraine, as well as anything else that hasn't surfaced.
I think the DNC must want Trump to win this election, its the only thing that makes sense, they are targeting 2024.
I'm glad you had a good laugh. Unfortunately, your wishful thinking is out of touch with reality.
https://www.realclearpolitics.com/epoll … 247.html#!
That's two good laughs in one day. Thanks.
Yeah, those polls sure do a good job predicting what will happen, just like in 2016... when Clinton was double digits ahead.
Biden is an establishment hack, all the Bernie supporters will stay home or vote for Trump in spite. All the Trump voters will remain loyal (especially since the alternative is so obviously worse).
But I'm sure nothing will convince you of how deplorably bad a choice Biden is until after the election results come in.
I see you are angry again and trying to start another fight. Maybe it's because of Trump's latest meltdown. Regardless, I'll stay above it this time.
The polls were accurate in 2016. With proven Russian help, the race tightened to nearly a dead heat after Comey announced he was reopening an investigation into Clinton.
People who vote for Trump this time aren't loyal. They are merely stupid.
Deplorable, Stupid, whatever adjective you want to use, they still amount to a solid base. A recession might shake that, but damned, with the alternative being a senile Biden, Trump might win no matter what is going on.
Deplorable, Stupid, whatever adjective you want to use, they still amount to solid base.
And no matter what is going on, recession, pandemic, when the alternative is going to be senile Biden, I have to say his chances are looking good.
I would say more like his chances are wonderful. He broke a record in the Michigan primary. He certainly got our citizens out to vote...
Indeed, a solid base of delusion, just as last time....
Are you a betting man? Just kidding, but If I was to place a bet it would be that Trump will win hands down. How about an "I have egg on my face "bet? I am up for it, how about you?
Shar will post an "I have egg on my face thread if Biden wins". A bet made on March 12, 2020.
I don't bet on anything, which is why I'm doing well in the stock market these days. I live according to what is probable because nothing is certain in life.
If Russia interferes even more in this election than the last one, especially if they hack election databases, then it's still possible for Trump to "win".
If we have a fair and legal election, then yes, Trump is doomed.
Who cares what Kamala thinks about anything at all? Kamala Harris is a racist who helped engineer the Juicy Boy fake hate crime scandal, and literally used it to pass a bill.
Kamala Harris got a law passed based on a fake hate crime she helped to engineer.
Kamala Harris should be in prison.
The democratic party is the party of hatred and racism. They have one position - hatred of Trump.
And their ideology? Oh that's entirely based on race and one of 30 billion genders. It's all disgusting trash.
Oh Lordy, lordy, folks.
Did y'all miss the "Just for Grins and Giggles." ;-) part?
Some of us just take ourselves too damn seriously.
I guess I will have to start leading with a caveat:
Warning! Content possibly contains joke material that may be discomforting to read. Reader discretion is advised.
Or maybe I'll just ask onusonus for an appropriate meme to lead with. (wait, wait, that was a joke too—but you were forewarned)
Geesh. And now I have to worry about 'micro-triggers' too. (yep, that was also a joke. If one has micro-triggers then they should get some micro-help)
Yes, that was putting it mildly.
Now, I am not calling either an idiot, but I am reminded of a Mark Twain quote: "Never argue with an idiot. They will bring you down to their level and beat you with experience."
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