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Yes, that says “infighting” and not “inbreeding” so don’t get confused!
This article is about Ilhan Omar and the uber Far-Left “Progressive” Squad and their clash with existing Democrat leaders like Biden and Pelosi.
You see, Biden and Pelosi are just not “Progressive enough” they say!
I’ve always wondered what that meant anyway…..progressive.
What are we progressing to?
The edge of the cliff?
All of the above?
Count me out, I’m happy to be non-progressive!
But Omar wants the old guard out, and even Biden is not good enough for her according to new reports out today:
Here's more, from CNN:
Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar indicated this weekend that she doesn't think Joe Biden should get her party's presidential nomination, arguing that the former vice president isn't progressive enough to excite voters.
"There are few people who fit into the kind of progress that we all want to see in this country," Omar said after she gave a keynote address at a candidates forum in Iowa, according to a report from The Guardian published Saturday. "And I would say (Biden) is not one of them."
Former Vice President Joe Biden attends the Polk County Democrats' Steak Fry on this weekend in Des Moines, Iowa. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
"I think it has been very clear to many of the people who have been creating the kind of movement that is exciting generations, that we want somebody who really has a plan that is going to tackle a lot of the systematic challenges that we have, and he doesn't," the Minnesota lawmaker added, according to the paper.
Omar's office confirmed the comments to CNN.
The comments from the progressive congresswoman were made as a number of the 2020 Democratic candidates pitched themselves this weekend in the first-in-the-nation caucus state as the best contender to take on President Donald Trump. Biden, the pack's centrist front-runner, has faced tough criticism from his fellow candidates for his record, which some have knocked as not being progressive enough.
I'm happy to support #45, thank you very much!
Only while they last!