Seth Meyers Takes a Closer Look at the President and His GOP Allies Floating a Ludicrous Conspiracy Theory That Ukraine Interfered in the 2016 Election

KGxvi11/26/2019 10:32:43 am PST

Today would probably be a good day to mute any berniebros you might follow on the twitters:

Former President Barack Obama, who has so far taken a neutral position publicly on the 2020 Democratic presidential primary, privately indicated he would speak up to stop Bernie Sanders from becoming the party’s nominee should the Vermont senator make significant gains, Politico reported Tuesday.

Politico’s Ryan Lizza, who spoke to several of Obama’s advisers, wrote that the former president sees his role in the Democratic primary process as “providing guardrails” to make sure it doesn’t get “too ugly” and “to unite the party when the nominee is clear.”

Obama’s not wrong. But it’s going to be a bitchfest on line.