Tulsi! Tulsi! Tulsi! Tulsi! Tulsi! Tulsi! Tulsi! Tulsi!
Sorry, just needed to get to get that out of my system. Yeah, Tulsi won last night. That’s not just me speaking, look at this graph the Google Trends Twitter account posted just last night.
May I remind you, even after Williamson won the debate the night before last, she still did not get the highest search results in Montana. Tulsi got the most searches in all fifty states. And this includes in states she was already the most searched candidate.
But I’m getting off-topic, here were the candidates last night:
- Senator Micheal Bennet
- Former Vice President Joe Biden
- Senator Cory Booker
- Former Housing and Urban Development Sectary Julian Castro
- Mayor Bill de Blasio
- Rep. Tulsi! Tulsi! Tulsi! Tul — sorry, Tulsi Gabbard
- Senator Kirsten Gillibrand
- Senator (and cop) Kamala Harris
- Governor Jay Inslee
- Andrew Yang
Tulsi and Yang clearly won last night’s debate. Andrew Yang, both angry about being muted last time and scared of not being in the next debate, talked about UBI whenever possible. Even during his intro statement where most candidates just gave platitudes, he talked about how his UBI plan would work. During a question about the wage gap, he talked about UBI.
Also, Don Lemon said “I am Yang Gang.”
The losers were easily Joe Biden and Cory Booker. Why them specifically? Because they were both shouted down by protesters.
Mayor Bill de Blasio was also trying to play to the communist base. After quoting Che Guevara in Florida and calling people “comrades” on Twitter the night before last, he showed his hatred of capitalism during the debate. During a question about Eric Garner, De Blasio was called out for not firing a cop who gave a man the death plenty for selling loose cigarettes. And he should have, as investigations done by the NYPD ran by him and Micheal Bloomberg found the police officer in question did nothing wrong.
Governor Jay Inslee also admitted to never once being a black teenager. Big if true.
Joe Biden was beaten up on during the entire debate. Gillibrand read out of an old op-ed he wrote saying women should stay in the kitchen. Kamala Harris pointed out that he had previously worked with segregationists and that he was always in favor of the Hyde Amendment. Even the moderators asked him, once again, about his vote for the Iraq War.
It was so bad that I even got a commercial for a CNN article calling out Joe Biden for his previously non-progressive voting record.
Although Kamala Harris didn’t do any better. Gabbard called her out for her awful record as a prosecutor, including nearly giving an innocent man the death plenty. Kamala was only able to respond by calling herself a follower, I’m not joking.
The rest of the people are boring and no one cares about them. I’ll now go back to supporting Tulsi Gabbard.