Bye, Bye Joker Joe

Posted on July 30, 2019 by Robert Ringer


Tonight’s Dirty Dem debate will once again be about hating Trump, hating America, redistribution of wealth, and pummeling mainstream American values.

And, once again, Joker Joe Biden will be front and center.  He’s the perfect politician.  He’s never accomplished anything, has almost no knowledge of important issues, and goes about his corruption in a low-key fashion so as not to draw attention to his nefarious activities.  That is, until he got the mistaken notion that it might be a good idea to run for president.

In their typically misguided fashion, the FNM immediately cast Joker Joe as the front runner, and desperate Democratic voters started throwing support dollars at him.  It was absurd then, and it’s even more absurd now.  As the Joker would say, “C ’mon, man.  Give me a break.”

In my April 1, 2019 article “Are Democrats Forfeiting the 2020 Election?” I said, “I originally thought Biden might be a formidable opponent for Trump, but the way he’s been performing of late, I’m starting to wonder if he’ll even make it through the early primaries.”

When I wrote that, I thought Biden might voluntarily drop out, or be forced to out, after about six months of campaigning.  As things stand today, however, it appears I may have been too optimistic about the longevity of Joker Joe’s political campaign.  He’s essentially finished.  He just doesn’t know it.

Or maybe he does.  With the lightweight Dirty Dem jackals coming after him, and knowing that he has committed major crimes on behalf of his ne’er-do-well, cocaine-snorting son, he may actually be smart enough to realize that it would be a good idea to step aside sooner rather than later and enjoy his ill-gotten gains in peace.

Which brings me to his new nemesis, Unbathed Kamala.  Picturing her desperately trying to one-up Donald Trump is a delicious thought, but, unfortunately, it’s not going to happen.  Clear back on February 13, I declared Harris to be a no-chance candidate in my first article on the Democratic primary derby, and I can assure you that she’s still a no-chancer, regardless of what the FNM would like you to believe.

Ditto for Lyin’ Lizahontas.  She’s being billed as a policy genius, but Democratic donors are being kept awake at night picturing her being slapped around by Donald Trump.  It won’t happen, of course, because she won’t make it that far.  What’s scary, however, is that both Liz and Kamala have a shot at being picked for the vice-presidential slot, because the zany Democrats have all but guaranteed that their VP choice would be a woman.

Then there’s Bonehead Beto.  As I said in my February 13 article, even though Democratic voters are attracted to clowns, they will grow weary of Beto’s middle-school antics.  And they have — much sooner than I thought.  When Beto did his Pancho Villa impersonation as his opening shot at the first Democratic debate, he embarrassed himself right out of the race.  RIP, Beto.

It appears that Uncle Bernie is also finished, as his age, whiteness, and nastiness appear to have caught up with him.  Again, it would be delicious to see him on a debate stage with Donald Trump, but he missed his big chance to be the Democratic nominee in 2016 when he memorably, and stupidly, said in a debate with Horrible Hillary, “The American people are sick and tired about hearing about your damn emails … Enough of the emails.  Let’s talk about the real issues facing the American people.”  RIP, Bernie.

Lastly, there’s malevolent Mayor Pete Buttibutt.  I don’t deny that he’s a cute little guy (nasty, but cute) with an affectionate, loving husband, but he’s also a complete fraud.  Unlike AOC, who I still believe is an adorable little moron, the malevolent Mayor of South Bend is very smart.  And very slick.  And very political.  And very ruthless.

In short, unlike Unbathed Kamala and Lyin’ Lizahontas, malevolent Mayor Pete has the potential to make it all the way to the top.  But I don’t believe he can pull it off this time around, primarily because I don’t think enough Americans are ready to put another First Man in the White House.  Eight years of Michelle the Magnificent was enough.

Long term, however, especially as U.S. demographics continue to change, Buttibutt is a serious threat.  Like it or not, Republicans are going to have to deal with the malevolent little mayor for years to come.

As to the rest of the Democratic field — from Drama Queen Cory to Commie Clown de Blasio … from John Hickenpooper to the American version of Castro … none of them bothered to show up.  They didn’t realize that you actually had to have accomplishments, a serious agenda, personal appeal, and, of course, money.  Fortunately, they will all be off the stage sooner rather than later.

Tom Steyer will not be on the debate stage tonight or Wednesday, because he jumped into the race too late.  I know nothing about Steyer other than his agenda:  Impeach Donald Trump and bankrupt America by fighting non-existent manmade climate change.

Which brings me back to Joker Joe.  The fact that Biden jumped out to an early lead, notwithstanding his never having accomplished anything in his more than 40 years in Washington, clearly indicates that a majority of Democrats are not as radical as the lunatic field of Dirty Dem candidates.  That’s bad news for Republicans, because it could mean that there may be enough sane Democratic voters to defeat Trump.  The crazies absolutely, positively cannot win it for the Dirty Dems.  Guaranteed.

So when the Joker drops out, what then?  I still believe that Michael Bloomberg and Howard Schultz are the most likely old white guys to get the Democratic nomination.  Both would have a shot at beating Trump, because they have the money, the name recognition, and a track record grounded in capitalism.  And from what I’ve seen, Schultz would be the better candidate.

If neither Schultz nor Bloomberg enter the race, I am at a loss to see where the Dirty Dems have a legitimate candidate.  If the mouth-foaming misfits on the stage tonight and Wednesday are all they have, they will be forfeiting the 2020 election.

Fingers crossed that neither Bloomberg nor Schultz will jump into the race.

Robert Ringer

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