Puppet Pete Says Revolution And The Status Quo Aren’t Mutually Exclusive

Johnstone, Caitlin
Pub Date: 
Monday, February 10, 2020 - 22:37

The world&;s first laboratory-grown presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg href="https://twitter.com/KaeySonPoint/status/1226368369533865985">met with boos and chants of &;Wall Street Pete&; at a href="https://foxwilmington.com/headlines/buttigieg-sanders-supporters-trade-jeers-and-cheers-3-days-before-new-hampshire-primary/">recent Democratic Party event in New Hampshire for taking a dig at the revolution-minded rhetoric favored by Bernie Sanders and his supporters.

“We cannot risk dividing Americans’ future further, saying that you must either be for a revolution or you must be for the status quo,” Buttigieg said. “Let’s make room for everybody in this movement.”

This is a talking point that the tightly scripted and focus group-tested Buttigieg has been href="https://twitter.com/thehill/status/1224196061834575872">repeatedly href="https://twitter.com/DJJudd/status/1226598192734703618">regurgitating href="https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/pete-buttigieg-slams-bernie-sanders-over-revolution-rhetoric">all month, so it&;s worth taking a look at.

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