With the 2020 election now mere months away, it’s time that we as conservatives ask a serious question about the Democratic candidates…

Which of the frontrunners would be the BEST choice?

Now, we know the answer that most conservatives think…

“None”.

However, let’s REALLY ask ourselves that question. Hypothetically, of the three candidates leading the DNC nomination race, which one do you believe would be the best president out of the group?

It’s easy to eliminate Bernie right off the bat…

He’s a socialist, for God’s sake! He wants to turn our democratic republic into a democratic socialist state. Socialism is voted in, but it would have to be forcibly removed.

He’s the same guy who honeymooned in Communist Russia, refused to denounce socialist dictator Nicolas Maduro for killing his own people, and said bread lines are a GOOD thing.

So…

Bernie is gone without too much thought.

Biden Seems Like The TRUE Frontrunner

That leaves Fauxcahontas and Floppy Joe as our remaining DNC candidates and of the two of them…

Warren is only marginally LESS socialist than Bernie – and she has no real policies laid out, just vague ideas.

Besides – if we HAD to have one of the three in the Oval Office – it’s better to have somebody with a little fire in them than somebody that comes off like a middle-school librarian with all the personality of a wet mop…

So that leaves us with only ONE real choice: Floppy Joe.

It’s almost a foregone conclusion that Old Man Biden is going to win the nomination…

Which is good, seeing as Trump has a very good chance against ALL the DNC hopefuls (save for Tulsi Gabbard, the one that makes me very nervous) – and if we had to have ONE of these three people in the White House, Biden is the least of the three evils as he’s got the most centrist ideas.

And it seems like Floppy Joe KNOWS this and is trying to position himself to win as many Republican and fence-sitter votes as possible.

How?

He’s actually floating the idea of picking a Republican running mate.

Could you imagine?

It actually makes sense…

There are a lot of people who feel that a two-party ticket may be the key to winning the White House going forward – but the real question is: is Biden SERIOUSLY thinking about picking a GOP member? Or is he just trying to appeal to the Right and those stuck in the middle?

Who are the GOP members Floppy Joe is considering?

Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan, Vermont Governor Phil Scott, and former Ohio Governor John Kasich…

All pretty centrist or Liberal Republicans – and some of them you can even argue are RINOs.

Would Biden’s Gambit Pay Off?

However, it’s a smart move on Biden’s part…

Except to those of us who are sitting firmly on the Right. We realize this is NOTHING more than a ploy to try and get those centrist and never-Trumper votes.

“Hey, look at me, I’m so cool and progressive that I can reach across the aisle for my running mate.”

When asked directly if he’s ACTUALLY choosing a GOP vice presidential candidate, Biden says, “The answer is I would, but I can’t think of one now.”

He says… even though there’s already a shortlist of potential candidates.

“No, I’m serious [about a Republican running mate],” Biden told the crowd. “There are some really decent Republicans that are out there still, but here’s the problem right now with the well-known ones: they’ve got to step up. Do you know what I mean? I’m not being a wise guy.”

Ummmm…

So, in other words, you want them to come out and start bashing Trump. That’s what he’s truly saying.

“Step up and show me you want the spot – start showing voters that you’ve got my back and bash the president.”

Too bad we’re on to you, Joe…

Odds are – you won’t pick a GOP running mate.

Of course, it doesn’t matter WHO you pick…

You don’t have what it takes to beat Trump while his economy is HUMMING and he just killed one of the world’s TOP terrorist leaders.

But don’t think we don’t know what you’re trying to do…

Good try, old man – but you’re going to have to get up a LOT earlier in the morning to fool us.

 

“It is very rare that cheap decisions will make great impact.” ― Jonathan Heimberg