one thing that irks me about political candidates is pandering.
Why must all these presidential candidates show they are “down” with the black community for votes?
it is really sickening and see through.
thought he had us with his “back that vote up” remix yesterday:
I swear to god this primary is trying to kill me pic.twitter.com/QWVfYNBl9I
— Meena Harris (@meenaharris) February 29, 2020
that check must have been juicy for juvenile.
well the pandering wasn’t enough because…
Tom Steyer, the California activist billionaire who has largely been a nonfactor in the Democratic primary campaign, dropped out of the race on Saturday night.
Steyer’s departure came after a disappointing finish in the South Carolina Democratic primary. With 70 percent of the vote in, Steyer had just 11.5 percent of the vote — despite spending millions of dollars on campaigning there.
“There’s no question today that this campaign, we were disappointed with where we came out,” Steyer told supporters in Columbia, S.C.
“But I said if I didn’t see a path to winning that I’d suspend my campaign, and honestly I can’t see a path where I can win the presidency.”
His exit came after he’d spent a total of $158 million on television and radio ads, according to Advertising Analytics. In South Carolina alone, Steyer had spent nearly $21 million as of Tuesday, the firm said.
all of that non-dancing and still nothing.
i’m literally now hearing about him as a candidate too.
i don’t ever see them going the extra mile for other races.
no salsa for latinos or k pop choreography for asians.
it’s this whole reverse shuck and jive situation.
joe biden was on “the shade room”:
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#PressPlay: #Roomies, it’s not every day a former U.S. Vice President and democratic candidate steps into The Shade Room! We caught up with #JoeBiden during his campaign stop in South Carolina. And we see you #VivicaFox. 👀 Roommates, drop your questions for the former VP! #TSRPolitics
and trump being crowned our un-offical black president:
— kingface_f1 (@KingfaceF1) February 28, 2020
this has been a doozy of an election.
throw everyone away and start again.
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