This 16 June 2019 video from the USA says about itself:
NBC [broadcasting corporation] and the DNC [Democratic National Committee] have announced the lineups for the first 2020 Democratic Debates. The debates are set for June 26th and 27th. Each night will feature 10 candidates, vying for a chance to deliver their message to the American people, and Democratic voters.
Wednesday night [June 26th 2019] will include Elizabeth Warren, Cory Booker, Beto O’Rourke, Amy Klobuchar, Tulsi Gabbard, Julian Cast[r]o, Bill de Blasio, John Delaney, Jay Inslee, and Tim Ryan.
Thursday night [June 27th 2019] will feature Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Pete Buttigieg, Kamala Harris, Andrew Yang, Kirsten Gillibrand, Marianne Williamson, John Hickenlooper, Eric Swalwell, and Michael Bennet.
Unfortunately, the Democratic party establishment has not included candidate and ex-senator Mike Gravel in the debates. Gravel is a critic of the permanent Pentagon wars. He helped to disclose the Pentagon Papers which proved why the Vietnam war was wrong.
This 18 June 2019 video from the USA is called Mike Gravel Smashes War Machine With Facts.
This 18 June 2019 Tulsi Gabbard video says about itself:
Stop Trump from waging illegal Iran War
Here we go again! The US sending more troops to Middle East for what will be disastrous war with Iran. To prevent Trump and future presidents from waging war illegally (without Congress approval) we must sign my No More Presidential Wars Act.
An article from the Israeli website Maariv Online, republished in the Jerusalem Post, reported that the Trump administration is actively preparing a “tactical assault” on Iran. The report, based on diplomatic sources at the UN in New York, stated that “since Friday, the White House has been holding incessant discussions involving senior military commanders, Pentagon representatives and advisers to President Donald Trump”: here.
One should hope that in the 26 June debate, candidate Tulsi Gabbard will get the chance to criticize these bloody trillion dollar wars.
And that in the 27 June debate, candidate Bernie Sanders will get that chance.
And that in both debates, these two candidates will get the chance to demonstrate that their policies against climate change are a lot better than those of ‘centrist’ Democrats with links to the fossil fuel corporations. Even though the Democratic party establishment bans a special debate on global warming.
This 18 June 2019 Bernie Sanders video says about itself:
Our Future Is Not Fossil Fuel
Blackrock‘s role in destroying our planet is unacceptable. Our future is not in fossil fuel investments. Our future is shifting to sustainable energy, creating millions of jobs, leading the world in new technology and leaving our children a clean environment.
Climate change threatens commercial fishers from Maine to North Carolina: here.
And one should hope that in these debates, Sanders and Gabbard will be able to strongly criticize economic inequality.
And that the debates will not be marred by softball questions to ‘centrist‘ (really right-wing) candidates while progressive candidates get trap questions.
I have a poll you, my readers, in this blog post. Let us assume that you are a United States citizen and have the right to vote in a Democratic party primary election.
Which one of these 22 options would you then choose?
DEM DROPOUTS BEGIN: GILLIBRAND PULLS PLUG Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) quit the race for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination after failing to qualify for the September debate. She said in her announcement video: “I believe I can best serve by helping to unite us to beat Donald Trump in 2020.” [HuffPost]
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This is important: A secretive dark money group is launching a $4 million advertising attack about Medicare for All right before the first presidential debate.
This attack is not just an attack on Bernie. This is an attack on you, Linda. And this is an attack on our campaign.
Make no mistake: everyone who profits off of people getting sick — special interests, health insurance companies, big pharma — have one goal: defeating our campaign in order to stop Medicare for All. It is their top priority in this election.
That is why we must respond. We cannot let their assault on Medicare for All and on our campaign go unanswered. Not this close to the first debate.
Can you rush a $3 contribution to our campaign before our FEC fundraising deadline comes to an end? The media is paying attention to this dark money group — and how our movement responds will be an important message back.
We always knew that we’d face attacks in our fight to guarantee health care as a right. Now that they’re here… we need to respond decisively.
Thank you for all you do.
Campaign Manager [of Bernie Sanders]
WHAT CLIMATE ISSUES DO YOU WANT TO THE CANDIDATES TO ADDRESS AT THE FIRST DEMOCRATIC DEBATE?
In just four days, 20 Democratic candidates for president are meeting in Miami for their first debate. Addressing the climate crisis must be front and center. But we want to hear from you: What climate issues do you want to hear the candidates talk about? Clean air? Clean energy jobs? International action?
Text 2020PRIMARY to 877-877 to tell us what you want to hear at the debate.
By giving your mobile phone number, you agree that LCV may text you occasionally with important action alerts.
Lola — The Democratic debate in Miami is the first time that many voters will hear candidates present clear and powerful strategies to take on climate change. Already, thousands of LCV members have signed our petition to the debate moderators at NBC, MSNBC, and Telemundo urging them to ask the candidates about their plans to act on climate.
Now, we’re taking it one step further.
Text 2020PRIMARY to 877-877 to tell us what specific climate-related issues you want to hear about at the debates. We’ll pass along the responses to our media team who will be at the debate venue in Miami.
Miami is ground-zero for climate change. As sea levels rise and hurricanes intensify — hurting communities of color and low-income communities the worst — Florida needs real climate solutions.
Additionally, poll after poll shows that addressing the climate crisis is one of the very top priorities for Democratic primary voters and caucus goers. And we know from these polls that there is overwhelming support for moving to 100% clean energy.
The candidates must have a robust climate discussion. The crisis is bearing down on us. It needs immediate solutions. Let us know what you’re hoping to hear from the candidates —Text 2020PRIMARY to 877-877 right now.
The 2020 election is our last, best chance to address the climate crisis — so thanks for standing with us in this fight for climate action.
Senior Vice President, Membership & Online Engagement
League of Conservation Voters
P.S. Haven’t signed our petition to debate moderators yet? It’s not too late! ADD YOUR NAME: Tell NBC, MSNBC, and Telemundo to ask about climate change at the first debate in Miami this month »
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