Realistically, Suraj Patel has no chance to win the primary race against Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-N.Y.).
That is especially the case when Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.) is running for the same seat due to redistricting.
He did give it his best shot, however, and Nadler made Patel’s case for him during an opening statement that was very Bidenesque.
We have way too many members of Congress that are just taking up space.
Please, listen to this opening statement by Nadler and tell me he does not need to be put out to pasture…
Did you catch the part where he talked about impeaching Bush… twice?
Patel took the opportunity to take a jab, stating, “It’s 2022. It’s time to turn the page on 1992.”
That was a direct shot at when Nadler and Maloney first entered Congress, with their ages being 75 and 76 respectively.
I have nothing against our elderly, but Nadler is about as sharp as Biden.
More importantly, politics has changed drastically over the last decade, and Maloney and Nadler surely do not represent the majority of constituents in their district.
It is not like I am a fan of Patel’s, but these fossils need to be retired.
Source: New York Post