Democrat debate descends into screams for Marxism, tracking of gun owners


Wednesday night’s Democratic presidential debate sounded more like a meeting of the Soviet Politburo, with promises to ban private health care, a leading candidate using Marxist phrases and a plan to register and track gun owners.

In some of the debate’s weirder moments, U.S. Senator Cory Booker, former Texas Congressman Beto O’Rourke and former San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro each tried to top each other in how many questions they could answer in Spanish.

Castro got even weirder, vowing that if elected he would not only ensure abortions were taxpayer-funded, but that taxpayers would fund abortions for transgender women. He was not clear as to whether he meant women who transitioned into men and could still reproduce, or men who transitioned into women, who cannot become pregnant.

The assembled crowd cheered nearly every call for communism, socialism or Marxism, falling silent only when Hawaii Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard mentioned she was a combat veteran, something which would have been applauded by a Republican crowd.

Ohio Congressman Tim Ryan, who did not serve in the military, even attempted to lecture down to Gabbard on the military situation in the Middle East. Gabbard served in Iraq.

In a tacit admission Obamacare failed — or maybe succeeded in its secret goal — Democrats assailed the U.S. health care system for skyrocketing costs, this time promising that the way to fix it is to outlaw private health care.

Candidates continued to scream for an entirely government-controlled health care system, even after being told it would permanently close most of the nation’s hospitals and leave millions without access to health care.

“Why are you defending private insurance to begin with?,” screamed socialist New York City Mayor Bill DeBlasio, who in the 1980s supported anti-U.S. Communist rebels in Nicaragua as part of the Soviet plan for global Communism.

“Medicare-for-all solves that problem (of Obamacare-caused price hikes,)” yelled U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA.) “There are a lot of politicians who say, oh, it’s just not possible, we just can’t do it, have a lot of political reasons for this. What they’re really telling you is they just won’t fight for it. Well, health care is a basic human right, and I will fight for basic human rights.”

Socialists, Communists and Marxists cheered as Democrats joined them in vowing to exterminate private health care.

Warren stepped up the Democrats’ turn to Marxism, promising that if elected she would use the government to exterminate “the monopolists.”

Her repeated use of the term “monopolists,” which is not commonly used in American politics, has been raising eyebrows, with many wondering why she frequently uses that odd term to describe those she wants to eliminate.

It turns out “the monopolists” is a term frequently used by international Marxists, to the point where it’s practically trademarked by the violent totalitarian movement.

Karl Marx’s “The Communist Manifesto” identifies monopolies and monopolists as the enemy, and calls for all money and credit to be held by the State — mirroring Warren’s economic policies.

U.S. Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ,) one of the leading candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination and a likely Attorney General nominee should another Democrat win the presidency, vowed to force every gun owner in America to be entered into a federal tracking database.

“If you need a license to drive a car, you should need a license to buy and own a firearm,” said Booker at Wednesday’s night’s Democratic presidential debate in Florida, in response to a question from MSNBC moderators on how to implement a national campaign of gun confiscation.

Booker is campaigning on a plan in which every gun owner in America would be entered into a federal database and tracked. In order to own a gun, every American would have to pass a class, submit his or her fingerprints to the federal government and be interviewed by federal agents.

These gun registries have been used to implement door-to-door confiscation in cities like New York, which mandated that legally-permitted rifles and shotguns be registered then used that list to conduct door-to-door confiscation.

The license also allows the federal government to control which citizens are allowed to own guns. In Venezuela, a similar plan is being used to create death squads that hunt and kill critics of the government.