Renowned linquist and political analyst Noam Chomsky begins to today’s segment, with his reading on mistakes by Democrats that could give Trump another election victory in 2020. He talks about the hidden constituencies of both parties, which make both Dems and Republicans dance to tunes which the electorate no longer wishes to hear. Following Chomsky’s analysis, On-Target’s Larry Sparano and Kent Garrett react to Chomsky’s main points. We begin with Chomsky:
Despite Joe Biden’s entry this week into the 2020 Presidential Race, Bernie Sanders is still drawing widespread support. Famed Trends Forecaster Gerald Celente explained why, even before Biden put his hat in the ring. Here is Celente’s take on it, in this conversation with On-Target’s Larry Sparano:
Is Bernie Sanders already emerging as a candidate who will be a strong front runner as the 2020 campaign season gets underway? There are a number of indications showing that he might take the lead among Democrats, even if Joe Biden gets into the race for the presidency. But what would be his chances of beating Trump? On-Target’s Larry Sparano reminds listeners that in 2016, polls showed Sanders beating Trump in a head-to-head contest. And many analysts believe he would have, if Hillary Clinton hadn’t snatched the Democratic nomination away from him through her use of Super Delegates Here’s Larry’s assessment of it, in this exchange with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:
We have two reports for you today: First, a story about why a black family decided not to cover up racial graffiti scrawled on their house. Second, a separate report on what political baggage Joe Biden will drag with him if he decides to enter the 2020 presidential race. Both conversation are between On-Target’s Larry Sparano and Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:
There is Increasing speculation about Bernie Sander’s chances of beating Trump in 2020. While cynics were quick to dismiss his prospects following his announcement last week that he was running, some reassessment is already under way. On-Target’s Larry Sparano says such second thoughts are valid, considering what the polls said about a Sanders-Trump match up, before Hillary Clinton used the Superdelegates to snatch the nomination away from Sanders.