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WATCH: Dem Governor Enters 2020 Race, Fails HARD When Asked to Name His Top Accomplishments

Dude, really!?

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Steve Bullock, the Democrat governor of Montana, is running for president.

For some reason, Steve believes he can get past Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders to earn his party’s nomination – despite next to zero name recognition nationally.

Ultimately, Bullock knows he won’t come close to the White House. He’s just hoping to get a fat payday from a book publisher sometime after he concedes.

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Steve isn’t exactly off to the best start, though…

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From Daily Wire:

Montana Democrat Governor Steve Bullock announced on Tuesday that he’s running for president in 2020 and was immediately stumped when asked what achievements he was proud of during his time as governor.

“What have you been proudest to achieve as governor?” a reporter asked Bullock during his presidential campaign announcement in Helena, Montana.

Bullock said, “Um, I am happy that hopefully my kids still know my most important job is being their dad. I think the things where, you know as governor it’s not like Attorney General when you know you won or lost a case, sometimes you won’t have impacts for years, but I know that a hundred thousand people in Montana have health care because the work that we’ve done.

He added, “I know that we’ve done more to the earlier question to try to keep the outside influences of dollars out of our elections so that your voice matters as long as you vote … as long as you vote, um, then some big corporate Treasury or a company. I’m pleased with the way that we’ve invested in education. I think that’s one of the great equalizers that we have. I think another great equalizer is our public lands, we’ve protected those so we’ll handoff that to you as well. So, I guess those are a few of the things I’ve been pleased with.

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Former First Lady Hillary Clinton has not yet endorsed a 2020 presidential candidate. It’s still early in the process, so maybe that’s not a big deal.

Or is it?

With as relevant as Clinton has remained since her loss to Donald Trump in 2016 – the speaking engagements, tours with husband Bill, showing up on random television programs – might Hillary be contemplating yet a third run for the White House?

If so, she and Joe Biden would have that in common.

Paul Sperry, former D.C. bureau chief for “Investor’s Business Daily” and Hoover Institution media fellow, tweeted the following:

HILLARY CLINTON IS RUNNING AGAIN

Yep

She’s writing OpEds

She’s going on TV to renew her case, citing Mueller Report, that Putin helped Trump win, even suggesting votes were stolen from her in Florida

She’s advising how Dems can impeach Trump

Her husband is starting a podcast

From The Atlantic:

But on Saturday the Clintons stood before a crowd of their super fans, who’d pay for tickets to sit and listen to them talk. The room wasn’t quite sold out, but it did include more than one person who started cheering that Hillary should run again in 2020. “I think what everyone is hoping for is a nominee who will win both the popular vote and the Electoral College,” Hillary said, while declining to say anything specific about the field other than that “it’s really, really early in the process, and there’s so much that is yet to be revealed about each of the candidates. But we have so many very exciting, energetic candidates.” There was, however, a pointed mention later in the night about how much better she felt her own record on gun control was than that of her “primary opponent” in 2016—a reference to Bernie Sanders, who’s running again after having shifted on this issue, which was a major line of attack for Clinton in the last campaign.

Of course, nothing has been confirmed.

As of May 14, 2019, a third Hillary run is merely hypothetical.

 

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NYPD Officer Involved In Death Of Eric Garner Learns His Fate

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The New York City police officer who was involved with the July 17, 2014 death of Eric Garner has learned his fate, and it’s probably going to send the radical left into absolute hysterics. The Department of Justice will not bring charges against Officer Daniel Pantaleo. Here are the details from TheBlaze: The Black Lives Matter movement called for justice in Garner’s death, saying that the use of a choke hold was a disproportionate response to the alleged illegal sale of cigarettes. The police union has contested that what Pantaleo did was a “seat-belt hold” not a choke hold, a crucial difference since the NYPD prohibits the use of choke holds by officers. A grand jury had already decided not to indict Pantaleo. New York City paid Garner’s family a $5.9 million settlement in 2015. The Department of Justice did not make any decision in this case. Rather, it plans to let the time expire on the five-year window that it had to bring charges against Pantaleo before the statute of limitations protects him from prosecution. Those five years are up on Wednesday. The only remaining punishment that Pantaleo could face at this point comes from the NYPD itself, which is still conducting a disciplinary proceeding. This is news that most definitely is going to spark some sort of protesting, hopefully without violence, as we all know how deeply divided the country is right now along racial lines. Whether or not this officer is actually responsible for Garner’s death is something we may not ever really know, despite the video evidence that exists. Not everything is so black and white. Let’s hope cooler heads prevail and people are able and willing to have civil discussions on the topic.

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Social Media Launches Hateful Attacks On Hispanic Woman Working As Customs Officer

Shameful.

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A woman who reportedly works as a customs officer for the U.S. government has come under heavy attack from radicals on the left for being a Hispanic female in immigration enforcement. Because apparently, since she’s Hispanic, she should automatically be sympathetic to those illegally crossing the border. Sounds pretty racist, doesn’t it? From TheBlaze: Kiara Cervantes, a young Latina woman claiming to work as a customs officer, is taking fire from the internet after she became known as #ICEBae on Twitter. Cervantes, who was reportedly one agent proving security for Vice President Mike Pence during a recent U.S. border visit, went viral on the internet after a photo of her standing outside a detainment center hit the internet. According to Newsweek, which asked which agency she belongs to, “Cervantes said she could not provide any comment until she has spoken with her ’employer.'” On Monday, she tweeted about the attention — which came in waves. She also shared a photo of herself in her uniform to Twitter, with a waving emoji. According to the New York Post, Cervantes wrote, “Just woke up … saw that I needed to make a video so y’all could believe that it’s me. It’s me — I’m a Customs officer based in Texas and yeah, I don’t know what else to say.” Later on Monday, she tweeted, “WOW I am in awe. Thank you all for the support! My job is so hectic at this moment but I am grateful. I love protecting my country! … And I love my supporters!” https://twitter.com/kiarace24/status/1150920190043000832 As is often the case in these types of situations, Cervantes spent a good majority of the day responding to these miscreants. “I can’t agree with concentration camps,” she wrote. “But … this station in particular isn’t meant to be a holding facility…

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