POWERFUL MOMENT: Nine-Year-Old Boy Asks Pete Buttigieg Advice on Coming Out…

Date: February 23, 2020

01) POWERFUL MOMENT: Nine-Year-Old Boy Asks Pete Buttigieg Advice on Coming Out

“During a campaign event in Colorado Saturday night, Pete Buttigieg – the first openly gay candidate to run for president – was asked by a 9-year-old boy for help coming out as gay.

“Thank you for being so brave,” Zachary asked in a question read by Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold. “Would you help me tell the world I’m gay, too? I want to be brave like you.”

It’s still very politician like…but, we actually get a glimpse at the human side of Pete.

OFW Old Farts – February 23, 2020…


Date: February 23, 2020

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BREAKING: Bernie Sanders wins Nevada caucuses – Victory Speech…

Date: February 22, 2020

01) BREAKING: Bernie Sanders wins Nevada caucuses – Victory Speech

“Sen. Bernie Sanders posted a decisive victory in the Nevada caucuses Saturday, cementing his status as the front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination by turning out a diverse coalition of voters.

Early returns showed Sanders dominating among young people and Latinos, who make up nearly one-third of the electorate here. The Vermont senator also won several downtown Las Vegas caucus sites, underscoring his strong support among the labor union rank and file who are a powerful force in Nevada politics.”

Elizabeth Warren Breaks Campaign Promise…

Date: February 22, 2020

01) Elizabeth Warren Breaks Campaign Promise

“Elizabeth Warren has reversed her position to not take money from Super PACs.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren reversed her position on rejecting super PAC support on Thursday as she seeks a comeback in the Democratic presidential primary.

Warren, who has previously said that she would disavow the support of a super PAC that sought to aid her bid for the presidency, told reporters that she had changed her mind after failing to get her rivals to join her in repudiating the outside spending groups.

The reversal is a dramatic change of heart for the Massachusetts progressive. Warren boasted during the Democratic debate in New Hampshire earlier this month that only she and Sen. Amy Klobuchar lacked super PAC backers.

But, on Thursday, Warren said that the fact that only the “two women” didn’t have super PAC support was “just not right.