Best Tweets Of The First Night Of The Second Round Of Democratic Debates

The Federalist | 7/31/2019 | Kyle Sammin
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The Democrats launched their second round of debates last night with the first of two ten-candidate events live from Detroit and broadcast on CNN. Does their determination to hold the debates in red states suggest that the party leaders wanted to reach out to moderates and dissatisfied conservatives in order to build a broader coalition?

Perhaps. Did they do that? Don’t be silly. In case you had something—anything!—else to do, we’ve collected the best tweets of the night so you can get caught up on the insanity.

Candidates - Night

Even the candidates who weren’t participating knew this was going to be a long night.

CNN started their hype machine, because apparently they think this is Monday Night Football for nerds.

Introductions - Commercials - Beginning - Debate

After introductions and commercials, the beginning of the actual debate neared.

But first, opening statements, if only to remind us who some of these people are. They started with the newcomer, Steve Bullock of Montana.

Marianne - Williamson - Things

Marianne Williamson said some things.

Relatively normal guy John Delaney came out swinging against the two big bolshies in the room, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren.

Ball - Rolling - Night - Battle - Left-wing

That got the ball rolling as the night shaped up to be a battle between the left-wing and the far left-wing, with the two New England socialists coming under heavy attack from a bunch of people polling at 1% or less.

It dragged on for a while.

Questions - Moderators - Conversation - Health - Care

When the questions at last began, the moderators directed the conversation to health care. Bernie went straight to ALL CAPS OLD MAN RANT, as usual.

Delaney’s comments demonstrated his considerable expertise on the matter. Nobody liked that.


Warren tried to jump in, but it was awkward.

When that discussion finished, the kids table reprised it.

Moderators - Candidates - Matter - Policy

It continued from there, as the moderators let the candidates differentiate themselves on an important matter of policy.

Next came immigration. The candidates tried to explain...
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