With Joe Biden seemingly incapable of impressing Americans in the Democratic debates, Pat Buchanan wonders whether Americans can embrace the philosophies of Biden’s closest competitors, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren. Their policies include, as Pat notes at The American Conservative, what are essentially open borders. He writes (abridged):
After the July debates, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren sit in the second and third positions, with one of the two the almost certain beneficiary of a Biden fade.
Yet, if the Democratic Party nominates either—both are committed to a sweeping restructure of society and the economy—are the American people ready to buy into a radical or outright socialist agenda?
Are Americans looking for an alternative to Trump who will abolish private health insurance, embrace open borders and reparations for slavery, extend the ballot to felons in prison, add half a dozen justices to the Supreme Court, and vote for free college tuition and forgiveness of student loans?
Where is the evidence of that?
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