Publisher's note: This post appears here courtesy of the LifeZette, and written by David Kamioner.
We take you to the front lines of the evolving Democrat civil war between the Democrat machine/Joe Biden and the Communist rebels/Bernie Sanders.
Instead of opining too much, let's sit back and watch the political hit jobs take their course.
First off, Team Sanders reacts to Biden's surge and endorsements: "The establishment is nervous not because we can't beat Trump but because we will,"
Sanders top aide Faiz Shakir told Fox News. "And when we do, the Democratic Party will again be a party of the working class."
So, it's not now? Imagine that.
Then Biden got another endorsement. This time from former Senate Democrat Majority Leader Harry Reid: "Biden will be a much-needed stabilizing force following Trump's disastrous term, offering a positive and progressive alternate to Trump's dark vision of racism, xenophobia and policies built on cruelty and exclusion,"
Reid said. "I believe Biden is best able to defeat Donald Trump and enact policies we all care about."
Shakir responds, "Anyone who thinks Biden would be a better candidate than Bernie against Trump hasn't been watching the 10 Democratic debates,"
the socialist honcho tweeted. "Biden doesn't have the record, vision, excitement, coalition that Bernie does. We need to do more than just defeat Trump. We need progressive change."
2016 Green Party candidate Jill Stein got in on the act, tweeting, "Biden endorsed by Debbie Wasserman Schultz-who stepped down from DNC in 2016 after she was caught sabotaging Sanders & elevating Trump. How to lose to Trump again: pick another insider from the corrupt establishment with a lifeless campaign & long pro-war, pro-corporate record."
Fun, fun, fun for Sanderistas...until the DNC takes the nomination away.
That was followed by left-wing cable host Kyle Kulinski's magic words. He tweeted, "The democratic [sic] establishment is so corrupt and scared of real change that they'd rather roll the dice on a guy with obvious cognitive decline, an abysmal policy record and no enthusiasm."
Yeah, Kulinski went there. He went on.
"If you believe in real change I'm humbly asking you to back Bernie tomorrow. You see how panicked the establishment is & how they'll stop at nothing to take him down. That should tell you something powerful. Yang people, Tulsi people, disaffected Warren people, Mayor Pete people who actually want change, non-voters, disaffected Trump people. All hands on deck. We have a real opportunity here."
And believe it or not, this is only the first day of the war. So lay in a stock of snacks and beverages, because the entertainment is just beginning.