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Jesse Watters recaps the nuttiest Democrat moments from 2019

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For the final episode of this year’s broadcast of Fox News’ “Watters’ World,” host Jesse Watters documented five of the most striking examples of straight-up Democrat lunacy from this year alone.

Of course, he presented these examples with more subtlety than that: “Democrats revealed their true colors in 2019. Crazy, scary, angry, sometimes just weird,” he said.

Eh, some people say “scary, angry,” and others say “psychotic, needs to be locked up in a mental asylum.” To-may-to, To-mah-to.

Watch, or skip below for a written description:

Example 1: We’re All Gonna Die! AHHHH!

“Millennials and people in gen-z and all these folks that come after us are looking up, and we’re like, ‘The world is gonna end in 12 years if we don’t address climate change … like this is our World War II,'” Rep. Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez babbled to a crowd of onlookers during an event back in January.

And she meant it. The duly elected congresswoman genuinely believed — and still believes — that the world is approaching imminent doom.

“Like, the world’s been around for like billions of years, so like I don’t think it’s going to end in like 12 years,” Watters’ guest, conservative commentator Katie Pavlich, said mockingly of AOC’s patently insane prediction.

“This is a way for Democrats like her — socialists who border on communism — to try and take over your life and scare you into giving in to things like the Green New Deal and telling them they will rescue you, but really it’s just a guise to take away your rights and your freedom.”

Fact-check: TRUE.

A month after AOC predicted the Earth’s doom, she declared, “I’m the boss!

Example 2: Let’s Moonwalk In Blackface! YEAHHHH!

After photos showing current Democrat Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam having worn blackface as a young man went viral, he first apologized for his mistakes, then turned around and denied it was him in the photos, and then to top it off, held a stunning press conference in which he almost, just almost broke out in a moonwalk.

No joke. And he’s still in office. So are his lieutenant governor and attorney general, both of whom wound up getting caught in their own scandals.

“And then his lieutenant governor got in trouble and was accused of rape by multiple women. And then the attorney general comes out and says, ‘I was in blackface too.’ But they’re all Democrats, so they’re all still in power, and no front-page news anymore,” Pavlich complained.

That’s actually false because late last week The Washington Post’s editorial board penned a whole piece defending Northam over the blackface scandal …

Example 3: Corn Pop Was A Bad Dude! UH OHHHH!

Two years ago former Vice President Joe Biden told a bizarre tale about a “bad dude” named Corn Pop with whom he once had a showdown.

While the remarks were made in 2017, they went viral in September, five months after Biden declared his candidacy for the 2020 election.

“Corn Pop was a bad dude, and he ran a bunch of bad boys. … And so he was up on the board and he wouldn’t listen to me, so I said, ‘Hey Esther, you, off the board or I’ll come up and drag you off.’ Well, he came off, and he said, ‘I’ll meet you outside.’… He was waiting with three guys with straight razors,” Biden said.

“So this was how Joe Biden was trying to prove his street cred. … And so I don’t know why he told this story. He also told a weird story about his leg hairs and cockroaches,” Pavlich theorized

The latter story — the “weird” one — can be heard below:

Example 4: Nothing Can Beat My Love, Baby! Ooooh!

This presidential election season’s Democrat lineup features a “spiritual author” and yoga fan, Marianne Williamson, who claimed during a live primary debate that the key to defeating President Donald Trump lies in harnessing the power of love.

“Mr. President, if you’re listening, I want you to hear me please: You have harnessed fear for political purposes, and only love can cast that out,” she said. “So I, sir, I have a feeling you know what you’re doing. I’m going to harness love for political purposes. I will meet you on that field, and sir, love will win.”

Despite her kookiness, she’s rather liked — and in some cases “loved” — by conservatives for her honesty and sincerity. Unlike her peers, she isn’t a phony.

“I love her because she admitted Republicans on the right treat her better than her own party on the left,” Pavlich noted. “She is still running for president. If she wants to spread the love around, I will take some of it in.”

Williamson did indeed admit — on multiple occasions, to boot — that members of the right, including right-leaning media, have been far more accepting and tolerant of her than the virtue-signaling, hypocritical, hateful members of the establishment left.

Example 5: I’m So Special, Love Me, Love Me! MEEEE!

Proud liberal Democrat and feminist Megan Rapinoe, the captain of the championship-winning National Women’s Soccer League, proved herself to be one of the most self-absorbed, narcissistic and disrespectful people of 2019.

“I think it’s so unfortunate that this is the way it had to be. She’s playing for the United States, representing the country, and she’s kneeling on the field during the national anthem for the flag. And it’s just so disappointing,” Pavlich said.

“The flag represents all of us despite our political differences. Instead of going to the White House and having a conversation and saying ‘this is where I vehemently disagree with you, this is where I think you could change some things’ … she had to act like this and disrespect the flag, and it just rubs you in the wrong way.”

While Rapinoe isn’t technically a political figure, she’s so involved in left-wing causes that she might as well be one.

Vivek Saxena

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