(RightWing.org) – The previous DNC debate in Nevada last week was feisty in its own right, but the Charleston, SC, debate last night might have been more lively yet.
Almost everyone attacked Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-VT) over something. In particular, Pete Buttigieg had a bone to pick with him. Buttigieg constantly talked over him to attempt to drown out the democratic socialist.
Why were Buttigieg and others allowed to get away with this kind of behavior? Because last night probably had the worst and most biased moderators so far. Aside from Bernie, they gave leniency and softball questions to everyone else, especially Michael Bloomberg.
It wasn’t just the moderators who were biased. With tickets rumored to sell for over $1,700 each in the form of sponsorships, the audience seemed to be filled with a lot of pro-Bloomberg individuals. It seemed like everyone but Sanders had a big fan in last night’s crowd.
Perhaps the biggest moment last night was when Bloomberg seemed to express a Freudian slip, saying he bought 21 members of Congress.
Michael Bloomberg actually just said that he bought 21 seats in Congress for the Democratic Party so that Nancy Pelosi would be Speaker of the House. He really said that out loud. According to him: Democrats BOUGHT their house majority in 2018. #DemDebate pic.twitter.com/1IdxV5ifFH
— Robby Starbuck (@robbystarbuck) February 26, 2020
Aside from that bombshell, Biden was energetic again, Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) and Buttigieg stayed away from each other this time, and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) continued the “striking it out on her own” narrative.
If the last two debates were a sign of things to come, we might see an all-out fistfight before 2020 primaries are over.
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