If anyone can answer the question – “Why is Amy Klobuchar running for president?” – you get a gold star.
Ultimately, there’s no legitimate answer.
Klobuchar recently dropped a bomb about late Senator John McCain, though. If true, it’s kind of terrible.
Check this out…
Senator Amy Klobuchar says she sat next to Senator John McCain during Donald Trump’s inauguration and he kept reciting the names of dictators during Trump’s speech
The thing about this is that McCain isn’t around to defend himself. So, maybe take it with a grain of salt.
Then again, McCain and Trump didn’t exactly get along.
Klobuchar figures to be one of the first Democrat presidential candidates to drop from the race.
She has extremely little name recognition nationally, unlike Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, and failed Senate candidate Beto O’Rourke.
Not long ago, Amy dropped a truth bomb about the Mueller report that her fellow Dems
definitely probably did not appreciate.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar speaks in Des Moines, Iowa: "I have gotten more questions about addiction and mental illness than I have about the Mueller report. True story." pic.twitter.com/U2FYUNhCb5
— The Hill (@thehill) May 5, 2019
The American people are done with Robert Mueller, Russia, and Democrat nonsense.
They want to talk about issues that actually matter, not made-up fairytales as to why Hillary Clintton lost in 2016.
After a federal judge declared Obamacare unconstitutional, Klobuchar went on CBS to claim America needs “universal health care.”
Run on that, Amy.
See how it works out for you.
From Free Beacon:
“Face the Nation” host Margret Brennan asked Klobuchar if Democrats should now move to push Medicare for all.
“You heard some disagreement among Republicans how to do that, also disagreement within the Democratic Party on how to handle health care. Former Attorney General Eric Holder says it’s time now to move to some version of Medicare for all and end this nonsense,” Brennan said. “Do you agree with him?”
Klobuchar: “We need universal health care. There are many ways to get there. That is one of them. The other is to at least expand Medicare to age 55. There’s a number of bills that I’m part of, including allowing expansion of Medicaid, which I think is something we’re not talking enough about, that [Democratic] Senator Schatz from Hawaii is leading.“
“The ruling was absurd. Justice Roberts, in conservative Court, has already ruled that the Affordable Care Act is constitutional, unlike what Mr. Miller said. And in fact, you can have part of it not exist and you can still have the rest of it protect Americans. And that is exactly where this is headed.“