Pete Buttiegeg has fallen in some faccets from grace. His clean cut Obama esque mannerisms haven’t been able to grow his momentum. It seems as if Americans don’t necessarily desire to have a front runner who is too in the middle. Having an educational understanding that “homeostasis” in certain areas is fantastic, but not always great in politics has to be something Pete will reevaluate fairly soon. His constant attacks on Bernie Sanders and Amy Klobuchar during the debates comes off more personal, than professional.
Instead of punching holes in Bernie Sanders plans for healthcare, Pete would have had a better shot at truly building trust with American people through expressing in depth his own ideals. This strategy is something that’s helped Senator Elizabeth Warren immensely. Although she did come for Mike Bloomberg’s neck every few minutes. A theory that’s probable is the consensus that Elizabeth Warren could understand that Bernie is gaining an influx of popularity, and could be the Democratic elect. If she aligns herself with him she runs the option of being his choice for Vice President.
The powerhouse that could result from this duo could be fantastic, or quite the opposite. Even if Pete seems lasered in on Bernie he does make valid points. Many Republicans and Independents might not be able to find a common thread with Bernie if he does win the nomination. Having two candidates running against one another when they simply are the polar opposite could be shot in the dark, in terms of who has the ability to win. This hypothetical election race has the ability to fall in favor for either side.
The urge for the Democrat panel to slim down is putting pressure on a select few candidates including Buttiegieg. If the Democratic party a hundred percent wants to “beat’ Trump in 2020, this might be a smart maneuver on behalf of that shaky goal. Although it is a hard choice to make because every person who runs believes they are the “chosen” one, and egos will be cracked open, isn’t it true that a team is only as strong as its weakest link?
But who knows, nothing in life is certain. Tommorow Buttigeg could surge in some poll and connect with millions of new voters. With arguments of Russia being tied to Bernie Sanders, and his comments on Cuba being analyzed on various media outlets, Bernie is not the Democrat’s champion. So, if he does drop out or he does not, Pete will be just fine in terms of what knowledge he has gained by going through this harsh process. Andrew Yang himself isn’t doing too shabby after calling it quits, and recieving a position at CNN.