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EXPOSED: Most 2020 Democrat Candidates Have More Than Seven Figures In the Bank [Details]

HAHAHA! Funny how the MSM keeps this quiet, huh?

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Tulsi Gabbard and Tim Ryan are each worth half a million. Julian Castro has a million in the bank.

Pete Buttigieg has a cool $100,000, but he is by far the “poorest” of all 2020 Democrat presidential candidates. Everyone else has millions.

They’ve made their money but they don’t want you to be able to keep yours.

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Forbes dug into the details—examining financial disclosure statements, scouring local real estate records and calculating pension benefits—to figure out the finances of the 2020 candidates.

There were some surprises. Bernie is a millionaire. So is “middle-class Joe” Biden. Elizabeth Warren is richer than both of them, worth an estimated $12 million. But she’s a long way from John Delaney, whose $200 million fortune makes him twice as wealthy as every other Democratic candidate not named Tom Steyer. The hedge fund tycoon, who announced his candidacy in July 2019, is worth an estimated $1.6 billion.

We reached out to all of the candidates. No one, not even the Democrats who spend the most time bashing Trump for his financial dealings, answered every question.

Kamala Harris is worth $6 million. Beto O’Rourke has $6 million.

Bill de Blasio has $2.5 million. Amy Klobuchar and Jay Inslee each have $2 million.

Cory Booker and Steve Bullock each have $1.5 million. Marianne Williamson has $1.5 million, while Kirsten Gillibrand and a couple of others have $1 million.

Apparently, most candidates – if not all – agree that Obamacare is one large, raging dumpster fire.

LOOK:

Former Vice President Joe Biden is literally running on Barack Obama’s record and nothing else.

He doesn’t have a single original idea.

And what’s worse is he seems to forget how awful 2009-2017 truly was for Americans under Barack’s “leadership.”

Joe also doesn’t recall the disaster that is Obamacare.

Former Vice President Joe Biden pledged Americans who “like” their employer-based or private insurance plans could keep them under a sweeping healthcare reform proposal his campaign unveiled on Monday.

Biden, who was instrumental in helping President Barack Obama pass the Affordable Care Act (ACA), made the promise during an AARP forum in Iowa when discussing how his “public option” proposal differed from Medicare for All.

WATCH:

Joe Biden repeats Obamacare lie while describing his healthcare plan: “If you like your health care plan, your employer-based plan, you can keep it. If you like your private insurance, you can keep it.”

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Only Democrat Running Against Tom Cotton Drops Out Just Hours After Filing Deadline

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The only Democratic senate candidate in the state of Arkansas decided to call it quits just one day after the filing deadline. Josh Mahony, an executive for a nonprofit organization, was the sole Democratic candidate who was going to take on Sen. Tom Cotton in the 2020 presidential election. Mahony stated on Tuesday he was dropping from the race due to a “family health concern.” Here’s more from The Washington Examiner: In a statement posted to Twitter, Mahony commented on his withdrawal from the race and thanked his supporters. “It has been the honor of my life to be able to meet and visit with so many Arkansans over the last six months and hear their voices,” he said. “It was my sincere hope to be their advocate in Washington, D.C. However, in this moment right now, I need to focus on my family and place their interests first.” https://twitter.com/joshuamahony/status/1194348276759154689 Mahony raised around $250,000 to fund his bid against Cotton, but it was still unlikely that he would have won. Cotton easily beat his 2014 competitor, former Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor, and Mahony’s only other campaign experience was a failed 2018 congressional bid in which he earned half as many votes as his competitor, Rep. Steve Womack, Republican of Arkansas. The timing of Mahony’s decision to quit the race does not bode well for the Democratic Party, as the deadline to file to run in the 2020 presidential race has already passed. Michael John Gray, the head of the Democratic Party of Arkansas, stated that he didn’t learn about Mahony’s decision until someone sent him the tweeted statement. Gray is in talks with the Arkansas secretary of state’s office to see if they can get another candidate on the ballot despite the fact the deadline is expired. Arkansas has the…

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