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Bill Kristol’s Dream Trump Challenger Wrote Racial Slurs Numerous Times on Social Media

Former U.S. Rep. Joe Walsh used racist language on Twitter against former President Barack Obama.

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Former U.S. Rep. Joe Walsh, once considered a tea party favorite before he lost his seat in Illinois after one term, is talking about a presidential run to challenge Donald Trump’s nomination as the GOP’s contender in 2020.

“If I’m to do it, it’s going to happen soon,” Walsh told Politico. “I’ve been really surprised by the amount of anxiousness from people across the spectrum who want this president to have a challenge, because there’s just a real concern that he’s absolutely unfit.”

However, before Walsh re-invented himself as a never Trumper to maintain relevance, he actually threatened violent revolution if Trump lost to Hillary Clinton in 2016.

He confirmed that he was dead serious about his call for revolution months later.

Walsh has already started his groveling tour in the fake news media, hoping to erase his past so he can rally Never Trumpers behind his potential sabotage campaign.

However, Walsh may be unable to apologize away the racial slurs that he used in reference to Obama while he was serving in the White House. Despite frequently criticizing President Trump for his incendiary rhetoric, Walsh used the “n-word” and other racist insults in several tweets.

Walsh was also embarrassed by left-wing comedian Sacha Baron Cohen, who tricked the former lawmaker to endorse allowing toddlers to shoot guns in a skit designed to make Republicans look foolish.

He tried to explain away his blunder with some posts on social media, explaining that he would pretty much read anything if it was put in front of him on a teleprompter.

If Walsh does attempt to challenge the President for the Republican nomination in 2020, it doesn’t appear that Trump has anything to worry about.

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SLEEPY: Joe Biden Campaign Team Pulls Joe from Daily Activities at 8:35AM, Months Before Election

High energy!

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Joe Biden’s press relations teams announced a “lid” to the traveling press pool at 8:34 EST on Saturday, surprising some observers with the announcement that the Democratic candidate would not make any public appearances on a Saturday merely seven weeks before the November presidential election.

Biden is taking it easy for the day at his home in Wilmington, Delaware.

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After facing skepticism for the decision from some of the traveling press, a Biden campaign operative made it seem as if the off-day was some sort of calculated plan.

Meanwhile, President Donald Trump is holding a packed rally in North Carolina, preceded by White House meetings and pressers with reporters.

Biden has surprised even friendly corporate media reporters covering his campaign with his amount of ‘off-days,’ consistently declining to actively campaign for the Presidency as the nation approaches the election.

The former Vice President appeared later than he usually does in public Friday night, reading from a prepared statement mourning the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg. Perhaps the “late night” (it was only about 9PM local time) appearance in public derailed Biden’s plans for possible campaign stops the next day. It’s relatively unprecedented for a major party presidential candidate to simply decline to campaign seven weeks before an election in the modern era of campaigns and elections.

Biden doesn’t even really have the energy to campaign. How is he going to govern as President?

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