Newsom Says Biden is the “Big Winner” of GOP Debate

Sheila Fitzgerald /
Sheila Fitzgerald /

Some have recently suggested that California Governor Gavin Newsom is attempting to wiggle his way into the White House as Biden’s would-be second in command. And nothing says that more than what he said about the second GOP debate.

If you didn’t watch the debate, it took place Wednesday in Newsom’s home state at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley.

Naturally, Newsom was watching.

After the debate, Fox News interviewed him about it and who he thought was the night’s “big winner.”

This was his response: “Objectively, (Biden) was the winner tonight.”

WHAT? And, more importantly, why?

As Newsom says, “These guys identified problems, but Biden has not only identified solutions, he’s gotten bipartisan deals to begin the process of implementing them.”

Again, Newsom added, “I thought Biden, honestly, was the big winner tonight.”

Talk about a suck-up, right?

I mean, first of all, Biden clearly wasn’t there. Secondly, Newsom does realize that ALL of the problems “identified” that night were Biden’s creation, right?

Inflation and the current economic woes have all happened on Biden’s watch. Not only did they present themselves under Biden’s command, but his beloved “Bidenomics” caused them. And yet, we are supposed to believe that Bidenomics will also be the solution?

Yeah, I don’t think so.

Let’s look at the border next, another major problem mentioned Wednesday night. The crisis there has also been created by Biden’s lack of attention and what most call “open border” policies. And yet, to Biden and Newsom, the solution is to make even more open borders?

Our crime and drug problems are much the same. They’ve been allowed to become a problem because Biden refuses to do anything about them. And so far, his only solution is to keep ignoring them.

No, I don’t think I can agree with Newsom on any level. And any right-minded individual would have to say the same.

Newsom could only achieve some brownie points with the White House and maybe an invitation to join Biden there.