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Sky News Host Marvels At
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For Biden-Trump Debate

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Posted By: Pluperfect, 3/11/2020 5:09:32 AM

Joe Biden’s status as the frontrunner in the Democratic presidential race highlights the party’s hypocrisy when it comes to striking down Donald Trump, SKY News Australia "Outsiders" host Rita Panahi says. Ms Panahi said it’s surprising the candidate, who is “so confused that he has trouble remembering where he is and why he’s there,” has not been discounted. “Biden's cognitive issues have been evident for some time but just watch the same media who for four years have been declaring Donald Trump mentally and physically unfit for office have a collective meltdown when Biden's mental faculties are questioned,” she said.


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Reply 1 - Posted by: DCGIRL 3/11/2020 5:36:14 AM (No. 342643)
The democrats will make sure that there will be NO debates. I can't imagine it happening.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: petrichor 3/11/2020 6:12:38 AM (No. 342657)
I imagine Biden employing his Paul Ryan mode. Paul was afraid to attack the "older gentleman". Maybe Donald will also be humbled in Biden's presence. Ha!!!
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Lala 3/11/2020 6:51:05 AM (No. 342680)
It’s criminal, the people around Biden who allow him to continue. The man’s brain is applesauce. There’s a long game here, though, because he is clearly not capable of serving. They have something up their sleeves, and I’m very worried it involves a former First Lady, either of whom would be disastrous.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Namma 3/11/2020 8:11:14 AM (No. 342748)
What gets me is how demoKKKrats day PRESIDENT Trump is a bully. Listen to ole Joe. He is nothing but a bully. Or how PRESIDENT Trump is nasty on Twitter. Really ole joe is just plain disgusting toilet mouth Thinks he’s a real tough guy. He’s a disgrace Has as much class as a dead fish!
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Reply 5 - Posted by: happy conservative 3/11/2020 10:05:04 AM (No. 342868)
At this point, it's not about Biden. Even the dems know he's unelectable. It's about the #2 (VP) pick and down ballot. Uncle "Crazy" (read senile) Joe would be a placeholder. A month into his presidency he'd be ousted for the #2. Who is most amenable to the "cause"/s (globalism, the deep state, personal pocketbook enlargement, the George-Soros-train, climate change, gun control, heck! any and all control)? IMHO, Joe is the most malleable, squishy candidate on the former debate stage--as the upcoming one will likely have no audience and be just a sit-down, kumbaya session. Bernie is too fiery. I bet there is no debate on Sunday, too many variables with Joe. So, we're down to the left NEEDING to steal the election in November. Look out for a "super" charged candidate to sweep in in the form of VP or a brokered convention. Joe won't be able to hold up the campaign through November. Him in a rocking chair against Trump on a real debate stage will NEVER happen! MAGA!!! KAG!!! TRUMP 2020 AND BEYOND!!! You've probably seen the last debate of the 2020 election--unless...
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Starboard_side 3/11/2020 10:16:20 AM (No. 342885)
The Democrats are up to some sort of shenanigan, and I suspect Joe let it slip when he said he was a Biden-Obama. Michelle said she'd never want to campaign for the office, but if she suddenly became the VP pick, with everyone knowing that she'd be elevated to the office come February or March, maybe she'd be more interested in the job, and making the COUP complete. After all, she would "only be the VP" so they wouldn't have the same scrutiny, the media would totally protect her, and the Obama folks would be excited again, and likely pull both women and African-Americans over to ensure they "elect" the first black woman as POTUS. Then, they'd be able to return to fundamentally transforming the country into something most would not recognize.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: Penny Spencer 3/11/2020 10:50:55 AM (No. 342914)
I have a hard time believing the Mooch would want to take a break from her life of luxury, a life which involves little or no work, to return to the White House. She made little secret of the fact that she hated every minute of that life. I'm more inclined to think they'd go for Amy Klobuchar, Kamala Harris or even Tulsi Gabbard.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: DVC 3/11/2020 11:09:25 AM (No. 342930)
If Biden is their candidate, he will refuse to debate.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Chuzzles 3/11/2020 11:38:16 AM (No. 342955)
As I recall, Sky News is Europe. So if this host is saying this, imagine what the Leaders are thinking in the privacy of their offices. This is huge, and our own media will ignore it. If Trump was not afraid to demolish McCain's military legacy with a few chosen words, he is not going to be afraid to demolish Biden/Obama and their corrupt legacy. More than likely, he will even invoke some choice statements directed at Perez for allowing this abuse of an elderly dementia patient to go on, simply because he wants to sneak his real candidate into the spot.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: DVC 3/11/2020 12:28:58 PM (No. 343010)
It says Sky News Australia in the intro.
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