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April 08, 2015 03:13 ET

Popular TV Political Satirist Says 'If Clinton, Sanders, or O'Malley Don't Step Up by May I'm Running for President'

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA--(Marketwired - April 8, 2015) - Political bloggers and social media newshounds following the tentative efforts of well known Democratic 2016 presidential hopefuls as former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Vice President Joe Biden, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt), and former Maryland governor Martin O'Malley have captured the attention of a particular Hollywood political commentator, who has a popular cable TV show that is known for its more-than-less left-wing political views.

According to reliable Hollywood gossip blogger, known as on Dee-Lite on, who had recently been in contact with the TV host comments, "he's fed up with gun-shy politicians, who expect people to support their campaigns that they don't even fully support themselves from the looks of it." Dee-Lite went on to say "his TV show and blog have a massive following and he told me last week that if Clinton, Sanders, or O'Malley don't have the nads to announce that they're officially running for president he would strongly consider weighing in for the challenge next month, mainly because he feels that any jack-ass who has the sack to hop into the race could beat any joker they could possibly throw out from the Republican Party; even if that ass is a comedian."

Currently, Republicans Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky) and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tx) have announced their official presidential bid for 2016, yet still no official word from any Democratic candidates or the Brooklyn, New York native long-shot (who is with an independent party and caucuses with the Democratic Party) presidential hopeful Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, who recently visited California, Iowa, Illinois, Nevada, and Texas for a political road tour, which some political bloggers have said is probably a warm up strategy for an upcoming presidential bid.

In spite of the uncertainty on who actually is and who is not running as a presidential candidate, super PACs are already active for Vice President Joe Biden, Hillary Clinton, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Ma), and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt) and Facebook posts from these potential candidates continue to flourish online, teasing the political supporters that have been patiently waiting; something that appears to have recently raised a brow in Hollywood.

Article by: Rich Stevens

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