Michelle Goldberg, Howard Schultz, Donald Trump discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show


They wanna be able to nominate somebody radical without alienating everybody in the middle. This is why Michelle Goldberg over at the New York Times. Did he sheer panic today? The Schober legitimately the stabile over at the New York Times a stable of just awful columnists. It really is amazing. But Michelle Goldberg has a piece today called Howard Schultz. Please don't run for president a bid by an extra. Starbucks would be reckless idiocy. Why would it be any more than Elizabeth Warren running for president well because Howard Schulz's moderate? So here's what Michelle Goldberg says, unlike Donald Trump, the former Starbucks chief executive Howard Schultz is generally successful businessman who built a company that's become part of the daily lives of people across America for this. Those of us who are horrified by Trump's relentless scripting should be grateful. It gives us something concrete to boycott should Schulz decide to launch a narcissistic spoiler campaign for president. So she's happy that he is associated with Starbucks because then they can boycott Starbucks worth noting. Michelle Goldberg is so dumb that. She doesn't even recognize that he's the former Starbucks CEO. He's no longer associated with Starbucks. So she's going to boycott a company, he's no longer involved in brilliant. But here's what Michelle Goldberg writes. I mean, do they even have editors over at the New York Times anymore? She says he could end up helping get Donald Trump reelected Schultz appears to. Share the conviction endemic among American elites that the country hungers for a candidate who is socially liberal, but fiscally conservative after all if you're rich. You probably a lot of people like this. I'm socially liberal, fiscally conservative centrist who would love to vote for rational democrat and get Trump out of the White House chief executive of the major Bank who wanted to remain. Anonymous recently told politico women getting Michael Bloomberg's poor odds of the democratic primary, but this frustrated executives politics aren't widely shared by people who haven't been to Davos it. A two thousand seventeen study the political scientists Lee Druckman plotted the 2016 electric along two axes one dealing with social issues that identity the other with economics and trade only three point eight percent of voters fell into the socially liberal, economically, conservative, quadrant. So then here's the question. What is Michelle Goldberg? So scared of why she's so scared like what what what what you worried about if nobody in the Democratic Party is gonna vote for this guy. Then what is she worried about it? She worried about what's her face Marianne Williamson who announced she's going to run for president. Is she worried out Marianne Williamson with why isn't there a column, you're? New York Times about the cookie yoga instructors who who are gonna vote for Marion Williams. The answer is nobody knows who she is. And she's not gonna win any votes. So if there's no constituency for Howard Schultz, Why's Michelle Goldberg all upset about his possible candidacy. So here's what she says. She says Bloomberg's research underscores the folly of Schultz's trial balloon on Monday. Bloomberg was contemplating at twenty twenty round is a democrat put out a statement that teams aimed at Scholtz though. It didn't mention him by name in twenty twenty great likelihood is that independent would just split. The anti Trump vote and end up reelecting the president RoH Bloomberg. That's a risk refused to run in two thousand sixteen and we can't afford to run it now by flirted with such a risk Schultz demonstrating a level of medal maniacal recklessness. That is it self disqualifying. So the fact that Scholtz thinks maybe I should run to raise because there's a bunch of people who don't like either party that's meglomaniac now. So there's no so you can't have it both ways either. No one's gonna vote for him. So why are you worried or everyone's gonna vote for him? So maybe he should run. But the show Goldberg and many in the Democratic Party won it both ways, they know they're too radical for the American people, and it freaks them out that somebody might be running a third party candidacy that could damage a beloved candidate like Elizabeth Warren or combo, Harris or Bernie Sanders. Okay. And just a second. I want to get to more of Howard show. Tsa's program. Why Democrats should feel threatened by it first? Let's talk about the coffee. You had this morning now was that good? My guess mediocre. You want better coffee morning coffee is an American institution. Which is why would it comes to starting my day? I reach for the most American coffee on the market black rifle coffee..

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