Watters: The Democrat brand is about as attractive as the Wuhan lab


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Fox News host Jesse Watters shredded the leadership of the Democratic Party Thursday on “Jesse Watters Primetime.”

JESSE WATTERS: The Democratic Party should come with a warning label: “Danger. Side effects could include irritation, bankruptcy, and possibly death.” Human beings need warnings. That’s why we have a speed limit. America is not the highway. This is why you throw out expired food. Someone put an expiration date on it for you. Have you ever eaten a tuna salad on a Sunday that you bought last Monday? Not good, but Democrats are adrenaline junkies.

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President Joe Biden.
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Plus, all the things they identify as, “danger” is their true identity… but Evel Knievel didn’t pull off all the stunts, and the same goes for the Democratic Party. Like a daredevil hanging in the air at a really bad angle, you can hear the crowd gasp knowing it’s going to hurt. The Democrats’ stunt is over. Gravity has won and danger is coming, and it’s coming strong, and it’s coming in November and probably beyond.

There’s an essay in the New York Times: “Democrats are making life too easy for Republicans.” Well, they’re doing this because they’ve made life so dangerous for the American people. The Democrats have hurt this country because they don’t like it. You love it, and that’s why they hate you. The left has left you behind. They don’t know this country. Democrats do not represent this country.

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They once considered themselves the party of the working class. It was their mark. John F. Kennedy said it this way: “Ask not what your country can do for you, ask yourself what you can do for your country. Democrats do nothing for our country. They do things to him. They have made life here more dangerous and more expensive. The Democratic brand is about as attractive as the Wuhan lab. They don’t speak for America. They speak for the major cities and suburbs of DC. Nobody listens to them anywhere else.

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