If there’s any fun on the horizon at all, it’s gonna be when all 58 Democratic candidates for president are up on that debate stage and have to actually, you know, fight for the Democrat nomination. We’re certain they all envision a “let the best candidate win” scenario where everyone’s nothing but positive and the people make their choice based on who comes across as most charismatic.
Maybe we’ll give the Democrats some advice and remind them how the DNC and Hillary Clinton teamed up to kneecap Bernie Sanders, who was winning states at a clip well beyond the comfort zone of the Clinton machine.
But for now, senators and 2020 candidates Kirsten Gillibrand and Cory Booker are playing nice.
— Kirsten Gillibrand (@SenGillibrand) February 1, 2019
Huge smile! Kirsten, I am glad we are both in.
As I told folks today on The View:
You are my sister. There may be some sibling rivalry but we will always be family. https://t.co/EHqfZtdKYN
— Cory Booker (@CoryBooker) February 1, 2019
Yeah, remember that scene from “The Dark Knight” when the Joker hands the thugs both halves of a broken pool cue and says there’s one opening in his organization? How many months until the Democrats get there?
let's see how this tweet will age ??
— Yoely Lebovits (@Badchen) February 1, 2019
Bro on the make and the backstabber.
— Jim DuBois (@nedlow) February 2, 2019
How long before you turn on Booker so you can get ahead in the polls? @SenGillibrand
— Trixie Martini #ImpeachTrump (@MartiniTrixie) February 2, 2019
Is this what you said to Al Franken right before you shived him in the back? Just wondering…
— wende walsh (@wendewithane) February 2, 2019
Looks like two corporate Dems who are scared of Bern.
— setting the stage (@territoryrunner) February 1, 2019
Ahhh! how cute! the corporate democrats are being playful and relatable!
— Joshua Gosney (@Stockn3rd) February 2, 2019
Let the battle for corporate cash begin!
— Head Nutcase (@HeadNutcase) February 2, 2019
He takes a lot, and I mean a LOT, of donations from Wall Street, yet expects me to believe he will fight for ME and MY interests. Tell me Kirsten, are you a sell-out to big business too?
— Michael Lewis (@myfanpleasure) February 1, 2019
Aw, they're just so adorable…for the good people of wall street.
— Manuel M. Castro (@manolo_ler) February 1, 2019
The Wall Street caucus.
— David Shumway (@Nearleft) February 1, 2019
Do you agree w Warren & Sanders, that we can tax our nation into prosperity?
— Guyton W (@TigernBham) February 1, 2019
I hope T-Bone is in your campaign team.
— Jeffry Montalvo (@MontalvoJeffry) February 2, 2019
This is how bad it gets when old people like myself try to be funny and hip.
— John Bos (@JBDLO55) February 2, 2019
— janene (@justsickoflies) February 1, 2019
Thank you. Next.
— Madison (@vespagrrl) February 2, 2019
The two “Democrats” I would never vote for.
— Heather Vibbert (@hav6594) February 2, 2019
Lets see how the primary debate will look like.
— Menard Millus (@Menardmillus) February 1, 2019
Today we see sweet Cory, but sadly this will change when the election goes on.
— Logical Todd (@LogicalTodd) February 1, 2019
Wait until he goes full Spartacus on Gillibrand.
There’s a train wreck. Lmao!!
— Trent Wisnauskas (@wisnauskas) February 2, 2019
Combined, you two would be lucky to poll at 5%.
— Vinny (@vinnyc101) February 1, 2019
Both of you have 0% chance of winning
— choklet kylekulinski (@danki) February 1, 2019
Neither one of you con artists will be the nominee.
— Benjam (@benjamuniverse) February 2, 2019
Congratulations. You’ll both be out of the race soon. Ambition is the worst reason to be president and sadly that the best you both have when compared to others Already declared as well as few on the fence. Try being better senators; Corey stop taking Big Rx money.
— Geoff Pomerantz (@gpmrntz) February 1, 2019
You two will drop out after Primary 1 or 2. pic.twitter.com/t2EwVq6HSx
— Rake Sharpener (@FloBunz) February 1, 2019
Two perennial “also rans”. Focus on doing the job you have right now well.
— Thomas Sbordone (@SbordoneT) February 2, 2019
Great to see that you will be stealing votes from each other.
— Bernhard Strobl (@sharethelove0) February 2, 2019
You both will step aside for a preselected Kamala Harris
— Bryan Pazaras (@BryanPazaras) February 2, 2019
10 years or less and they will both be salaried MSNBC contributors
— Jason (@gershwin27) February 2, 2019
T-Bone for VP! Cory Booker just shared his first presidential ad for 2020 and it’s a DOOZY (watch) https://t.co/6mcKQbijz3
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) February 1, 2019