MIAMI, FLORIDA - During the second Democratic Presidential Primary Debate, the familiar front runners, Joe Biden, Pete Buttigieg, Kamala Harris and Bernie Sanders shared their ideas with the nation sharing the stage with several other lesser known contenders. Twenty minutes into the debate a mysterious woman appeared on the edge of the stage behind a podium and answered a question out of nowhere.
Authorities are looking into how she bypassed security, who she is, and why she neglected to try and answer in Spanish as is customary in the Democratic Debates.
Updated: Mar 17
MIAMI, FLORIDA - As the first ten Democratic Presidential contenders took the stage Wednesday to tackle the issues facing America, they debated relentlessly calling each other out on differences until they were unified by the hatred they had for the hot mic that was stealing their precious air time.
During the impromptu commercial break to fix the technical issue the candidates banded together to find and neutralize the threat.
Despite debating each other all evening they all agreed they hated anyone or anything that forbid them to continue to have their time on national television to speak to the American people before they lost the nomination to someone from the "real" debate night.
Updated: Mar 17
MIAMI, FLORIDA - As the first of two Democratic Presidential Primary debates aired Wednesday night, viewers found themselves searching for the subtitles button on their remotes after a third of the candidates decided to respond to questions in Spanish.
Former Cabinet Member Julian Castro, Congressman Beto O'Rourke and Senator Cory Booker all reached out to voters with answers in Spanish making points that were aimed at the Latino community.
What was said is currently unknown as no members of the Wall Streets Journal staff speak Spanish.
Not to be outdone, Elizabeth Warren began answering questions in the second half of the debate in her native Navajo tongue.