The late-night show host discussed Bernie’s win in the Nevada caucus and called Trump a lab experiment.
According to Seth Meyers, pundits have been freaking out over Bernie’s victory in Nevada as they now fear that it’s the end of his winning streak. Based on their calculations, Sanders is now actually losing.
“You see, as all expert pundits know, you don’t want to win the first two – that’s a rookie mistake, where you come off as needy or as the kids would say, thirsty. You want to throw everyone off by losing a bunch of states, playing it cool, off to the side until someone finally says “who’s that fellow with zero delegates.” – Said Meyers.
He then went on to compare and elaborate on the strengths of every candidate.
“They like Bernie for his consistency on issues like healthcare. They like Warren for taking on big fights against special interests like Wall Street. They like Biden for his eight years as Obama’s VP, they like Buttigieg for his youthful charm and charisma, they like Klobuchar for her record in the Senate, and they like Bloomberg because he pays people to like him.”
Anyway, Bloomberg is out of the race. Maybe he’s low on cash.
However, it didn’t take Seth Meyers long to cut to the chase. See, despite being part of the race, Elizabeth Warren and Tulsi Gabbard are not taken seriously. In fact, the race has been narrowed down to Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden. He believes that the pundits are now deciding which candidate is more “electable” which is insane considering recent history – the election of Donald Trump.
Source: Vanity Fair
“Honestly, it’s insane that we’re still talking about electability three years into the presidency of the least electable person in the history of elections. Donald Trump is like a lab experiment where a bunch of scientists got together and tried to create the most unelectable candidate possible.”
Isn’t this guy honest?