On Monday a clueless Democrat and 2020 hopeless, South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg’s, took a shot at the United States by slamming history and the values that once were. Buttigieg’s proudly touted that the U.S. was never as ‘great as advertised’ and foolishly stated that it never will be again.
“So many of the solutions, I believe, are gonna come from our communities. Communities like the one where I grew up, which is an industrial mid-western city,” the former South Bend, Indiana mayor stated. “That is exactly the kind of place that our current president targeted with a message saying that we could find greatness by just stopping the clock and turning it back.”
“That past that he is promising to return us to was never as great as advertised, especially for marginalized Americans… and there’s no going back anyway.”
That’s right… According to Buttigieg’s America was never really that great. Not even when products that read ‘made in the USA’ were a common occurrence. I don’t know who he is pandering to here, but clearly, he has no clue what he’s talking about. Take a look:
Democrat presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg today in South Carolina: America “was never as great as advertised” pic.twitter.com/VdOxexSIHJ
The growing pool of 2020 Democratic hopeless just keeps getting worse. Recently Newt Gingrich predicted what Dem actual stands a chance to win the presidency:
Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., will “most likely” be the person Democrats pick as their 2020 presidential nominee, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said Monday, but he believes South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg may also be a “dangerous opponent” against President Donald Trump.
“She’s very articulate and I think a likable person, and I think that she represents a new generation in a way that [Joe] Biden and [Bernie] Sanders are going to work very hard to be able to match,” Gingrich told CBS News. He added that Harris’ California base and her personal likability as the assets that will make her a serious contender,
Both Biden and Sanders have more national name recognition, but the Democratic Party now stands too far left to pick either one, Gingrich added.