Hart: Hawkeye caucus is like a Schiff Show

Photo by Elise Amendola of The Associated Press / Democratic presidential candidate South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg waves to supporters outside the Statehouse on Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2019, in Concord, New Hampshire.

Mayor Pete Buttigieg is winning the botched Iowa caucuses as of this writing. He has yet to say how he will redistribute those points to his fellow candidates equitably and not based on merit.

My guess is that if Bernie Sanders ultimately wins, he will not give many to Elizabeth Warren, with whom he is at war. She refused to shake his hand at the last debate, calling him a misogynist and a liar. The two now are not talking. They are trying so hard to act like they are not enemies that their Secret Service names were changed to "Bill" and "Hillary."

Fauxcahontas told him she "takes back all the good things she said about him." Bernie should have called her an "Indian giver," but there is no humor on the left. For Dems these days, being offended is a full-time job.

Joe Biden campaigned saying he has the answers on how to fix America. Odd that he never enlightened Obama with the super-secret ideas he hatched. "Fix America"? How about you fix the Iowa Democrat Party caucus vote-counting machine, sold to it by Hillary Clinton's folks? And they want us to give them more and more control over us?

Joe even has a plan on the Corona-virus. When asked what he'd do, Joe said he'd suggest Americans only drink domestic beer until this thing blows over, and certainly not to use limes. He fears lime disease too.

Biden had the campaigning edge for the last few weeks as Sens. Warren, Sanders and Klobuchar were held captive in the Schiff-Show impeachment trial. Now they know how our Iranian hostages felt.

Alas, all the "overwhelming evidence" Adam Schiff says he has on Trump never materialized. But Sanders and Warren assure us that there is more proof and that Schiff is hard at work making it up right now.

Using corn (Elizabeth Warren calls it maize), Iowa Republicans brewed up a batch of commemorative corn liquor in honor of the impeachment hearings. It is zero proof.

It was astounding to watch Democrats such as Schiff misuse Founding Fathers' quotes to justify their partisan charade. I guess since Dems watched "Hamilton" on Broadway with $1,500 lobbyist-paid tickets, they are all about the Federalist Papers now.

Little Schiff-head quoted Hamilton (the founder, not the actor) to justify impeachment: "When a man unprincipled in private life, desperate in his fortune, bold in his temper, possessed of considerable talents, having the advantage of military habits - despotic in his ordinary demeanor - known to have scoffed in private at the principles of liberty - when such a man is seen to mount the hobby horse of popularity to take every opportunity of embarrassing the General Government & bringing it under suspicion - to flatter and fall in with all the nonsense of the zealots of the day - it may justly be suspected that his object is to throw things into confusion that he may ride the storm and direct the whirlwind."

Yep, this is an odd and sudden love affair with our founders. Dems actually think Hamilton rapped that quote; they quote the founders when they need 'em.

The Democrat Party (you know, the one of "diversity") has no black candidates left. The field is now so white it looks like a Jimmy Buffett concert. This allows Elizabeth Warren to claim, without any fear of questions from the leftist mainstream media, that she is the only African American running for president left.

The field is so weak that John Kerry and Hillary Clinton continue to make noise like they might get in the race. Trump would love a rematch with Hillary. She has all the unlikability of Warren, the ideas of Bernie Sanders and the honesty of Adam Schiff. If she gets in the race, just to make it fun Trump should have a side bet with her. Whoever loses has to admit ordering the "suicide" of Jeffrey Epstein.

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