This was the moment Democrats had been waiting for.
Former President Barack Obama finally waded into the Democrat presidential primary.
And all hell broke loose when Barack Obama made this jaw-dropping 2020 endorsement.
Barack Obama finally made his thoughts about the 2020 Democrat primary known.
He appeared before a ballroom filled with rich liberal donors in a Washington hotel.
Obama tried to calm the nerves of Democrat elites who worry that the large field of candidates will not produce a decisive winner early on in the primary contest and allow the eventual nominee to train their fire on President Trump.
“For those who get stressed about robust primaries, I just have to remind you I had a very robust primary,” Obama told the assembled audience. “I’m confident that at the end of the process we will have a candidate that has been tested.”
Obama cautioned Democrats that Twitter was not real life and the socialist views espoused by the most vocal activists and members of the fake news media are wildly unpopular in the country at large.
“Even as we push the envelope and we are bold in our vision we also have to be rooted in reality,” Obama claimed. “The average American doesn’t think we have to completely tear down the system and remake it.”
“I don’t think we should be deluded into thinking that the resistance to certain approaches to things is simply because voters haven’t heard a bold enough proposal and if they hear something as bold as possible then immediately that’s going to activate them,” Obama added.
These comments were a clear shot across the bow of Democrat primary frontrunners Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders, both of whom campaigned on remaking America into a socialist country like Venezuela.
Elizabeth Warren bowed to this reality as polls showed her campaign lost momentum after endorsing a $20 trillion dollar scheme to ban private health insurance and herd all Americans into government-run health care.
Warren announced a new plan that would start by ramming legislation through Congress in her first 100 days in office to introduce a so-called “voluntary” socialized medicine program.
“I’ll give every American over the age of 50 the choice to enter an improved Medicare program, and I’ll give every person in America the choice to get coverage through a true Medicare for All option,” Warren wrote on her website.
Warren followed up by claiming that by no later than her third year in office would she impose 100 percent government-run socialist health care on all Americans and ban private health insurance.
“And finally, no later than my third year in office, I will fight to pass legislation that would complete the transition to full Medicare for All. By this point, the American people will have experienced the full benefits of a true Medicare for All option, and they can see for themselves how that experience stacks up against high-priced care that requires them to fight tooth-and-nail against their insurance company,” Warren added.
Finally, Obama did endorse one Democrat who was not running for president – failed Georgia Gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams.
“I love me some Stacey Abrams,” he said.
Abrams campaigned to be Governor of Georgia on one of the most radical and anti-American platforms in U.S. history.
She supported abortion up until the moment of birth and ordering government agents to confiscate firearms from gun owners.
Her plans flew in the face of Obama’s claims that Democrats should seek to win elections by not alienating voters with calls for dramatic change and political revolution.
Obama expressing his love for Abrams contrasted sharply with his somber take on the leftist frontrunners and another public forum where Obama once again passed on offering words of support for Joe Biden’s candidacy.
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