"Can They Really Be That Dumb?"
She's been dubbed Alexandria Occasional Cortex, whose green new deal was so childishly naive that it was hastily scrubbed from the website. We therefore posit, for your approval, the theory that these dimocrat rock stars are republican plants.
Our next fifth-columnist is Elizabeth Warren, hard at work to ensure a resounding dimocrat defeat in 2020. Her campaign is DOA thanks to her bizarre channeling of Pocahontas. Undaunted, she remains the darling of fake news with statements like 'Trump's wall is a fake national emergency'. Cory 'Spartacus' Booker grilled a conservative judicial nominee with solely LGBT-related questions, brilliantly suggesting he cares about nothing else. Could the Walk Away [from the dimocrat party] movement have him on the payroll? Kamala Harris stereotypes Jamaicans as drunken potheads, drawing the ire of no less than her own dad. Beto O'Rourke wants to dismantle even the existing sections of border wall.
Turning from 'young crazy' to 'old crazy', we find a most diabolically clever plant in Mad Maxine Waters. Her infamous parking lot rant, urging a handful of faithful to harass conservatives, artfully skated the line between dimocrat indoctrination versus outright sabotage.
But a more likely scenario is found in the opinion of a conservative pundit. In his view, when one is talking to dimocrats, he isn't talking to human beings, but to demons with a weird, self-defeating sense of humor.
Points to ponder, in the time remaining,. . . .in The Twilight Zone.