Democrat Presidential Candidates Are Dropping Like Flies; Look Whose Thrown In The Towel Now

(Tea Party PAC) – The Democratic Party presidential primaries are unfolding before our eyes, and the results are actually quite shocking. Who would’ve thought a few months ago that Sen. Bernie Sanders and former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg would be beating the pants off former Vice President Joe Biden in key battleground states?

It’s been a complete surprise to see these two rise so high up in the ranks, practically keeping exact pace with each other. What’s not been a total shocker is how quickly the bloated Democratic Party candidate pool has started to shrink in light of the results from both the Iowa caucus and the New Hampshire primary.

In fact, several candidates have decided to throw in the towel. Democrat Andrew Yang and Michael Bennett both decided to call it quits on Tuesday evening.

Here’s more information from Gateway Pundit:

Yang told reporters that he planned on dropping out ahead of the polls closing in New Hamphsire.

“I’m not someone who wants to take people’s donations, support, time and dedication if I don’t think we have a chance to win or advance our goals in the right direction,” Yang said, according to the Daily Beast.

Yang was best known for his promise to pay a “universal income” of $1,000 a month to every American over the age of 18.

Here’s a little more on Sen. Michael Bennett’s dropping out via NY Times:

Senator Michael Bennet of Colorado, who campaigned for president on a promise to fix a broken Washington, ended his bid for the Democratic nomination on Tuesday after a dismal showing in the New Hampshire primary.

Mr. Bennet had staked all his hopes on New Hampshire, holding 50 town hall events there in the 10 weeks leading up to the primary and campaigning exclusively there in the final stretch, even on the night of the Iowa caucuses.

Bennett went on to tweet about his dropping out of the presidential race, stating “I love our country. I love the idea of democracy. And I want to pass it on to the next generation.

I feel nothing but joy tonight as we conclude this campaign and this chapter.

Tonight wasn’t our night. But New Hampshire, you may see me once again.”

Bennett is a former school superintendent who just so happened to raise up his national profile during his bid for the White House, but his campaign never really managed to gain any real traction. It totally makes sense for him, at this point, to call it a day and get on back to life as usual.

At the end of the day, this has been one of the worst candidate pools the Democratic Party has ever put forward. There has been plenty of chit-chat from the left about how none of the choices available are ideal for what they want to accomplish. Still, the fact that Bernie Sanders, an avowed socialist, is the number one contender for their nomination is something we should all be concerned about.

If you love freedom, liberty, and financial prosperity, throw your support behind Trump. The current president will ensure that we don’t have socialism, the destroyer of worlds, coming into our nation at a rapid pace to obliterate everything we hold dear. If Sanders is allowed to get into the White House, it will be massive destruction for the principles that undergird our nation.



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here