MARK STEYN (GUEST HOST): We have breaking news. Cory Booker has suspended his presidential campaign. So he's gone. There are now no — I believe there are now no people of color left in the Democrat primary except Andrew Yang. And he's Asian — so as we know from recent court decisions, that doesn't count. So there are now no persons of color left on the — the Democrat primary is like one of these cheapo horror movies where all the black and minority actors get killed off first, leaving onstage the same tired old white people. Mostly septuagenarian white men, although I believe Elizabeth Warren — oh yeah, she's still in, she's of course officially a person of color in that she was Harvard Law School's first woman of color. So she's — suck it up, minorities! This is what happens when you mortgage your future to the Democrat Party!
The great repository of diversity now is Elizabeth Warren! The first woman of color. We know she's, what is she, 1/1,054th of color? Actually, do we know she's a woman? I mean, who's to say that's not all a big scam, too? And it's just going to be a bunch of septuagenarian white guys up there, along with Mayor Pete. Do we, are we really sure he's gay? I mean, he looks like some guy from the accountancy department. He doesn't — that's a very non-gay look. I don't know.
Anyway, the whole thing is the diversity of the Democrat primary has completely vanished, now. Cory Booker is out. I love it, it's this, just like big extreme geezer showdown. It's dancing with the coots. That's basically what the Democrat primary has boiled down to.