Varney: Democrats' debate ‘disaster’ will split Nevada caucuses
Varney: Democrats are at each other’s throats
FOX Business’ Stuart Varney on how Democratic volatility towards one another will carry into Nevada caucus voting.
FOX Business’ Stuart Varney, in his latest “My Take,” discusses how the “wreckage” from the latest Democratic debate will follow through into Saturday's Nevada caucuses and will only lead to more fire and fury.
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“For the Democrats, it was a disaster,” he said. “The debate resembled a firing squad.”
The candidates’ warfare is bad timing with the Nevada caucuses, although Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., got lucky, Varney said, since all the attention was on former New York City Mike Bloomberg.
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“[Bernie] still has problems,” Varney said. “He’s 78 years old. He had a heart attack in October but now, refuses to release his medical records … That’s a problem.”
Varney mentioned Bernie will also ban fracking, removing roughly a million fracking jobs from states like Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan and Colorado.
“And he'll ban private health insurance,” he said. “You hear that, union members? Your generous health plans are toast.”