In the early running for Democrat candidate for President in 2020 are Kamala Who?, Mark Zuckerberg, and walking, talking punchline, Max Wig.
Who? would possibly be a decent candidate if she and the DNC could find a way to fund her campaign. Big “if”!
Zuckerberg, who started shaving last week, can finance his own campaign, which is certainly appealing to a messageless party that gets broker and broker every day, but who is going to vote for a president with zits?
Max Wig, who remembers the Gettysburg address not because she memorized it, but because she was there, has declared that she will run for President in 2020 if Millennials want her to.
I can’t think of a candidate who would be worse for the Democrats than Max, except maybe Ted Kennedy, who is dead. No, I take it back, a dead Ted Kennedy would be a better candidate than Max Wig.
So, by all means, Democrat Party, please run Max Wig for President!
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) was embraced by young voters when he ran for president in 2016. And now it’s Rep. Maxine Waters (R-CA) — at 78, she is three years older than Sanders — who says she would run for president “if Millennials want me to.”
Ahead of an appearance in New Hampshire, Waters, who has repeatedly called for the impeachment of President Donald Trump, was asked by the Daily Caller if she would consider running for president.
Waters said she was in New Hampshire just to support the Democratic Party, but when pressed by the Daily Caller, she admitted her presidential ambitions.
“I’m not running for anything but my own seat,” Waters said. “I don’t have any presidential aspirations.
“If the millennials want me to do it, I’d do it, though,” Waters said.
“According to an invitation obtained by New Hampshire’s WMUR, Waters is set to be in the state on Sunday for a picnic scheduled to be at the Miller Farm in New Durham, where she will be around members of the Strafford County Democratic Committee,” the Daily Caller reported.
On Wednesday, New York City Magazine ran an interview with Waters entitled, “Maxine Waters Is Learning From Millennials.”
Waters told the magazine she has a right to be angry.
“There’s a history of enslaved African-Americans having to make their slave masters comfortable,” Waters said. “This business of what we call skinning and grinning — that is something African-Americans are very much cognizant of.”
Waters also said of the investigation by Special Counsel Robert Mueller into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election: “I think [Trump is] in for new possibilities of either being charged criminally or, as I think, impeached.”
Waters was asked what she would say to President Trump if she could have a private conversation with him.
“I would not waste my time,” Waters said.