Fox News hosts Jesse Watters and Steve Hilton lampooned the Democratic infighting between far-left presidential candidates Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders over their contrived “sexism” feud.
Warren played the gender card to get media sympathy because, on the Left, the unspoken rule is that you’re not allowed to criticize someone who plays the victim (unless you’re a Republican — in which case, anything goes). However, Watters said that made Liz look pathetic.
“I think it looked weak for Warren to do that,” Watters said. “She’s falling back on her gender because she’s falling in the polls. It was a he-said-she-said, but this probably just helps Joe Biden because it splits the socialist vote. How do you see it?”
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Hilton said it’s hilariously ironic that the Democratic socialists are playing identity politics on each other.
“Let’s just stop for a moment, Jesse, and just enjoy this whole spectacle,” Hilton laughed. “Every time we cover the story, we should play the McDonald’s jingle, ‘I’m loving it’ across the screen. It’s so great to see!”
Hilton remarked: “[Bernie] supporters called [Warren] an elitist, and she called him a sexist, but they made it so much worse during the course of the week. And now as you say, you have the two most left-wing candidates killing each other on the territory of identity politics. It’s absolutely fantastic!”
Steve continued: “It’s actually turning into something serious because it’s now going to be established as part of the story of this election. It’s going to be difficult to shake this off because it has become such a big story, thanks to their own behavior.”
(Source: Watters World)
The brouhaha erupted after Warren’s camp leaked details of an alleged conversation Warren had with Sanders last year, where he supposedly said that a woman could not win the presidency in 2020.
CNN host Erin Burnett blasted Elizabeth Warren for distancing herself from this “sexism” attack shortly after she tried to destroy Bernie Sanders with it.
“It was clearly leaked by her team to CNN,” Burnett said. “It came out more than a year after the meeting. It came out on the eve of a debate. It’s pretty clear she knew about this. She sanctioned everything around it. Why is she pumping the brakes now, indicating that she doesn’t want to talk about this anymore?”
Jesse Watters warned that Sanders supporters are not going to turn the other cheek this time after Bernie was cheated out of the 2016 primary win by Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party.
“The Bernie Bros, they’re pretty radical,” Watters said. “If you try to rig him out of the ticket somehow, the Bernie Bros are threatening to burn down the DNC. So you’ve got to be careful with Bernie. I think Liz Warren stepped over the line a little bit there.”
Undercover video: If Trump wins 'cities will burn' vows Sanders staffer. If Bernie loses, 'drag those M-f**kers out by their hair, light them on fire in streets' https://t.co/Re6YcY8GRP via @BIZPACReview
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As BizPac Review reported, a member of Bernie’s presidential campaign warns that there will be violent repercussions and even death to those who oppose Sanders and pave the way for a Trump reelection.
Kyle Jurek, a Sanders campaign staffer who works in the Iowa office, said: “[If Trump gets reelected], “f**king cities burn. Whatever it takes.”
Jurek added: “If Bernie doesn’t get the nomination or it goes to a second round at the DNC Convention, f**king Milwaukee will burn. I’m ready to throw down now [against] the f**king media pundits. Walk into that MSNBC studio, drag those motherf**kers out by their hair and light them on fire in the streets!”
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