By David Kamioner | February 4, 2020
The Republican National Committee couldn’t have asked for a better Iowa caucuses script if they had written it themselves.
On one hand, the GOP caucuses.
Efficient, timely, organized, nothing out of place. The president won most, if not all, of the delegates in the contest. At last count he had 38 out of 40 delegates and the other two should fall to him today when the few votes left are counted. It was a display of political professionalism on all GOP fronts, except for hapless presidential challengers Bill Weld and Joe Walsh. They hardly registered on radar.
We’ll spare you the details of the Democratic manure show, as we already covered it in our last article. We’ll let the president and others fill you in this time.
Trump campaign chief Brad Parscale chimed in with this.
“Democrats are stewing in a caucus mess of their own creation with the sloppiest train wreck in history. It would be natural for people to doubt the fairness of the process. And these are the people who want to run our entire health care system?”
Don Trump, Jr. joined the fun.
“If the Democrats can’t run a caucus that they had four years to prepare for, how the hell can anyone think they could actually run the country?”
Even Dems piled on.
Former Democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson said of the young mayor, “Did Pete Buttigieg just claim victory in Iowa when the results haven’t been announced yet?”
Also this guy.
Former 2020 Democratic primary candidate Julian Castro tweeted: “This is a total mess. I respect the people of Iowa, they’ve been great—but it’s become very clear that our democracy has been misserved by a broken system.”
Then there’s this.
And my personal favorite, from the Democratic National Committee before they knew what their idiocies had wrought.
And how could the laugh riot be complete without the president.
For good measure, he even insinuated the whole thing was a ruse to stop Bernie Sanders from winning. Perfect.
Heads will roll at the Iowa Democratic Party, and perhaps at the DNC, over this. It rained on their impeachment show, it takes the spotlight away from any planned Democratic hijinks at the State of the Union address, and it plays right into the GOP message of the general incompetence of the Democratic Party and its candidates.
All in all a good night, for Republicans.
This piece originally appeared in LifeZette and is used by permission.
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