MSNBC host: Joe Biden should set up ‘shadow government’ to undermine Trump

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Left-wing MSNBC activist Stephanie Ruhle says Joe Biden should set up his own shadow government to sabotage President Trump amid the coronavirus chaos. (screenshot)

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MSNBC opinion host Stephanie Ruhle urged Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden to set up his own shadow government to sabotage President Trump amid the coronavirus crisis.

Ruhle, a virulent Trump-hater, says Biden should not waste any time to undercut Trump even though he hasn’t even officially been named the Democratic nominee.

Stephanie breathlessly made the suggestion during an interview with Jim Messina, who was Barack Obama’s deputy chief of staff of operations.

Messina was discussing Obama and Elizabeth Warren’s lukewarm endorsements of Biden this week.

Messina said: “When you see President Trump with his erratic leadership, his daily clown-show press conferences…to have real upstanding leaders like Barack Obama and Elizabeth Warren talk about Joe Biden in personal terms – the kind of leader he would be – that contrast is really important right now. It’s a contrast that the Biden campaign is going to bank on going forward.”

That’s when Stephanie Ruhle suggested that Joe Biden hold his own daily coronavirus briefing to compete with President Trump’s daily briefings.

“Should Joe Biden be counter-programming [Trump’s daily briefings]?” Ruhle asked. “Should he be creating his own shadow government, shadow Cabinet, shadow SWAT team, and getting up there at a podium every night, saying, ‘Here’s the crisis we’re in. Here’s what we need to do to address this’?”


(Source: MSDNC)

Messina responded by saying that Biden is already doing that. How? By hiding in his basement?

“Well, he’s done some of that, right?” Messina remarked. “He’s released the most comprehensive plans of what to do during this COVID crisis.”

Joe Biden recently released his own coronavirus plan. It was a copycat of the plan President Trump is already instituting.

Keep in mind that Biden doesn’t know where he is half the time, so a daily press briefing by him would be nothing but a pitiful word-vomit debacle.

Also, could you imagine Sleepy Joe taking any real-time questions from reporters?

This idea of a “shadow government” to sabotage President Trump is not new. In fact, it has reportedly been ongoing since the day he took office.

In February 2017, numerous reports claimed that Barack Obama had masterminded a massive underground campaign to sabotage Trump. Obama was heavily involved in the efforts to undermine Trump, but in typical leftist fashion, he did it through behind-the-scenes puppeteering.

To this end, sources said Obama mobilized an army of 30,000 professional agitators to fight every step of Trump’s presidency through a network of leftist nonprofits led by Organizing for Action.

Sources said Obama has been commanding a “shadow government” to preserve his failed legacy by sabotaging and obstructing Trump’s every move.

Obama reportedly was behind the widespread anti-Trump riots across U.S. cities in early-2017.

These same anarchists blocked airports to protest Trump’s temporary travel ban. Obama even tweets from OFA’s official account, insiders claimed.

Shortly after President Trump was elected, Obama promised: “You’re going to see me early next year, and we’re going to be in a position where we can start cooking up all kinds of great stuff. I’m still fired up and ready to go.”

Eric Holder, the former U.S. attorney general under Obama, appeared to confirm this sabotage in March 2017.

“He’s coming,” Holder told reporters in 2017. “And he’s ready to roll. [Obama] will be a more visible part of the effort. This is really a battle for our democracy.”

Actor Randy Quaid slammed leftists’ treasonous calls for a shadow government. (Warning: Language)

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Samantha Chang is a senior staff writer for BizPac Review. Based in New York City, she is a financial editor and lawyer.
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