Last night, at a town hall event on MSNBC, Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson had an embarrassing moment:
Gary Johnson had an "Aleppo moment" after @hardballchris asks who his favorite foreign leader is #JohnsonTownhall https://t.co/nRazpPL0q0
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) September 28, 2016
There are many Republican voters who are leaning toward Johnson because they believe Donald Trump is unprepared to be president. The rationale appears to be that Trump “lacks a basic understanding” of important fundamental issues, especially when it comes to foreign policy.
So Gary Johnson’s your choice, really?
Listen, I have plenty of respect for my friends who have fundamental issues with Donald Trump’s character and his conservative bona fides. I get it. For me, the Supreme Court and the obvious destruction a Hillary Clinton presidency will do to our nation over-ride those concerns.
If you’re voting for Johnson because you think he has some superior intellect, tempermant or abilities, you’ve got to re-examine this situation. I mean, you can write the original “Aleppo moment” off as a “gotcha” question or a one-time flub.
That’s a “what’s your favorite magazine” question. What the hell do they mean by “favorite foreign leader”? Best looking? Funniest? Biggest cans?
How about, “In your opinion, who is the best foreign leader?”
That disgusting display of pandermania by Gary. Calling the Constitution an imperfect document just to please some snowflake in the audience. Wishy washy couldnt think of a leader the snowflakes would admire is the truth of it.
Gary is definitely a non-starter. Bill Weld should think about becoming a private citizen again.