Just The "Facts": The CliffsNotes Edition of Thursday's Democratic Debate
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Democrats met for their third debate of the 2020 presidential primary Thursday night in Houston. That's right; they had ANOTHER one. At least the field has been narrowed down to just 10 candidates at this point, so we're undoubtedly making progress. Sadly, we're more than a year away from the 2020 election. To evoke the words of Karen Carpenter, our suffering has just begun.
As a conservative, there were undoubtedly some perversely satisfying moments as the debate turned nasty at times. Nothing brings me greater pleasure than to see a gaggle of Democrats tearing at each other's flesh.
"This is why presidential debates are becoming unwatchable," South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg said at one point. "Because this reminds everybody of what they cannot stand about Washington. Scoring points against each other, poking at each other, and telling each other that, 'My plan, your plan.'"
Take heart, Pete. Democratic debates have been unwatchable for quite some time.
Nonetheless, as a conservative American, you have a responsibility to "know thy political enemy," and WIBC's Tony Katz is here to help. Friday morning, Katz spoke with Fox News host Leland Vittert about the most pertinent moments from Thursday night's debate. Click the link below to get up to speed!