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2020 Democratic Ticket Looking White…and Male

In the very near future, Democrats may be finding themselves stuck between choosing whether to stick to their progressive anti-white man party line or choosing the white, male candidate best poised to take on President Trump in the 2020 election. “There was a poll put out by a group called Democracy for America,” Michael Knowles noted on Wednesday’s episode of “The Michael Knowles Show.” “This was a major poll, this a poll of 94,000 progressives, self-identified progressives. Who is the number one choice for 2020? Oh, it’s not Kamala, oh no no. It’s not Cory ‘Spartacus’ Booker, no no no no. It is Bernie Sanders.” According to the poll, Bernie beat Biden at the polls thrice over, and in third place was a white Irish guy named Robert Francis O’Rourke, who is better known by his faux Hispanic nickname “Beto.” So much for the Dems’ diversity and broad appeal.

Here’s more from The Daily Wire…

Remember the old line about the parties switching in the 1960s? Well, why then does the Democrat Party today seem to prefer white guys for their presidential nomination in 2020? Michael Knowles takes a look at some recent polling data that suggests exactly that on Wednesday’s episode of “The Michael Knowles Show.”

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“Democrats have looked ahead to 2020, and they only want white guys. They don’t want women, not black guys, not Hispanic people, nope! Only white guys,” said Knowles.

“There was a poll put out by a group called Democracy for America,” he explained. “This was a major poll, this a poll of 94,000 progressives, self-identified progressives. Who is the number one choice for 2020? Oh, it’s not Kamala, oh no no. It’s not Cory ‘Spartacus’ Booker, no no no no. It is Bernie Sanders.”

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