By Todd Starnes
After watching last night’s vice presidential debate, it’s pretty evident why the Democratic Party’s official symbol is a jackass.
Sen. Tim Kaine was rude, condescending and the man would simply not stop interrupting Gov. Mike Pence.
He even had the gall to butt into the Indiana governor’s poignant comments about the September 11th, 2001 terrorist attacks.
The Republican National Committee accused Kaine of interrupting Pence 72 times – and they’ve got the video to back up their claims.
Gov. Pence deserved bonus points for not throat-punching the gentleman from Virginia.
To borrow a phrase from Hillary Clinton – her running mate’s behavior at Longwood University was irredeemable and downright deplorable.
Even the liberals over at MSNBC were turned off by Kaine’s boorish behavior.
“It was sort of rude to the moderator to keep stepping over her and pretending that she wasn’t even there,” host Joy Reid said.
Chris “Tingles” Matthews agreed.
“I don’t know why he kept interrupting, because with two people debating, the other guy gets the chance to speak,” he said. “He couldn’t wait for that, and I think that hurt him.”
Rarely do vice presidential debates matter – but this one should.
Donald Trump’s first political decision was picking Governor Mike Pence. It was a solid choice. Hillary’s choice looks unhinged.
And it’s a bit unsettling when you realize that between Clinton and Kaine – he’s the one with the charm and charisma.
So before your head hits the pillow tonight, America – think about this: Sen. Kaine may be just one hacking cough away from the Oval Office.