Warren vs Sanders – The Unstable Left Faces Off In Ohio
The liberal party is spread too thin to keep up their shenanigans. Without any real funding, leadership, and direction their last real hope is to pull a hail mary aka this ‘blue wave’ they keep bragging about.
That doesn’t necessarily mean Conservatives should sit back and relax because even horrible teams pull of hail mary’s every blue moon. We just aren’t sweating their claims on a ‘wave’. Just look what they have going on in Ohio with ‘the battle of the worsts’.
Two-faced Pocahontas’, Elizabeth Warren’s, and super socialist, Bernie Sanders’, supporters battle it out and further divide their party in Ohio. Take a look.
Some of Warren’s Recent Slanders Against Trump- Article continues below.
Democrats’ fight to win key gubernatorial races has produced primary battles splitting the liberal base — and the first test will play out next week in Ohio, where candidates backed by Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders supporters are facing off.
Sen. Warren, a potential 2020 presidential candidate whose efforts to regulate Wall Street have made her a champion of the party’s “progressive wing,” is backing Richard Cordray.
The 58-year-old Cordray is a former Ohio attorney general who last year resigned as director of the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, which Warren helped start, to run for governor.
His major primary opponent is 71-year-old Dennis Kucinich — who was first elected to office at 23, served as Cleveland’s mayor and a U.S. House member, and twice ran for president. He’s endorsed by Our Revolution, the self-described “next step in the Bernie Sanders’ movement.”
The battle to succeed term-limited Republican Gov. John Kasich has, in turn, fueled GOP talking points that the Democrats are pulling their agenda to the left this year. In the GOP primary, state Attorney General Mike DeWine has a double-digit lead over Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor. Both are Trump-agenda supporters who have spent a combined nearly $10 million since December.
“While Dennis Kucinich and Richard Cordray argue over who’s more liberal, Mike DeWine is proving that he will work with President Trump to build an even stronger economy, end the opioid epidemic and stop sanctuary cities,” Ohio Republican Party Chairman Jane Timken told Fox News on Monday. “Ohio voters have consistently rejected the Democrat agenda because they know it only leads to higher taxes, job losses, and less opportunity.”
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