Bill Whittle Now analyzes the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats offered by the Democratic presidential candidates now locked in a 3-way tie for second place (first in the hearts of their Democratic countrymen). Senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, and former Vice President Joe Biden, each come to the challenge of winning the Democratic presidential nomination with different advantages and handicaps.
Former Vice President Joe Biden tells Iowa’s Democratic faithful that “poor kids are just as bright and talented as white kids/” Did he accidentally say what he, and his party, really believe? Is this just the normal $h*t Joe Biden says? Or has the septuagenarian lost his grip. This latest gaffe has even some Democrats wondering about his electability, if not his fitness for office.
For all their talk of tolerance and equality, racism rips the Democrats apart in their first presidential debate. Kamala Harris forces herself into the top tier when she takes a shot at Barack Obama’s vice president, Joe Biden. Can Biden survive this battle for the soul of the Democratic party? Is Harris the perfect presidential nominee because she’s willing to do anything to win?
The presidential polling dominance of former Vice President Joe Biden contradicts the narrative that Democrats want the DNC to tack hard Left. Despite Socialist-wannabe insurgencies — from Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, Beto O’Rourke, Pete Buttigieg, Kamala Harris, and others — the rise and rule of Biden seems to show that moderate Democrats still own the DNC.