Fossil fuel industry-supported United States Democratic party ‘centrist‘ presidential candidate Joe Biden is not doing well in public opinion polls. Other right-wing pro-Wall Street Democratic candidates are doing even worse.
So, whom are fossil fuel and other Wall Street billionaires considering now about the presidential candidacy? A fossil fuel and otherwise Wall Street politician who managed against all odds to lose the 2016 election to the, deservedly so, deeply unpopular Donald Trump.
This 23 October 2019 video from the USA says about itself:
Establishment Democrats want a new candidate. Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian discuss on The Young Turks.
“When a half-dozen Democratic donors gathered at the Whitby Hotel in Manhattan last week, the dinner began with a discussion of which presidential candidates the contributors liked. But as conversations among influential Democrats often go these days, the meeting quickly evolved into a discussion of who was not in the race — but could be lured in.”
Read more here.
Ms Clinton may have started off her 2020 campaign with her ‘Trump-lite’ McCarthyist attack on anti-war Iraq war veteran congresswoman and presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard. Ms Gabbard, whom Ms Clinton, cowardly, did not name; smearing Ms Gabbard as a ‘Russian spy’. She did smear 2016 Green Party presidential nominee Ms Jill Stein as a ‘Russian spy’ by name. While, implicitly, her target was 2016 and 2020 presidential candidate Bernie Sanders.
Bernie Sanders, who generated far more enthusiasm than her among voters in 2016. And whom she only managed to defeat with a little help of dirty tricks by the Democratic National Committee, and of threatening police violence against Nevada pro-Sanders Democratic party delegates.
Hillary Clinton Says ‘Many, Many People’ Urging Her To Run In 2020: here.
DEVAL PATRICK ‘CONSIDERING’ PRESIDENTIAL RUN Former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick is reportedly considering launching a last-minute presidential bid, the newest sign that some establishment Democrats are unsatisfied with the current slate of contenders. [HuffPost]