One of the most important days in the entire Democratic Primary process happened yesterday, as Democrats in 14 different states showed up to vote for their nominee for president.
Many thought it would be the day where socialist Senator Bernie Sanders would solidify his front-runner status in the Democratic Party, but to disdain of the “Bernie Bros” that didn’t happen…
Joe Biden took a commanding lead in the Super Tuesday voting, leaving Sanders in the dust. Of the 14 states that voted, 10 were called for Biden and only 4 were called for Sanders.
After Bernie Sanders took an early lead in the first 3 Democratic primaries, Joe Biden needed a victory in South Carolina to keep up his struggling campaign. So, Biden abandoned any hope of performing well in Nevada, and went straight to South Carolina to campaign – hoping to win the state he knows well.
Going into the primary, it was considered a tossup. Biden had a lead in the polls, but with the momentum Bernie Sanders had going in, no one knew what the results would be.
After the results started to flow in, it was clear – Biden was going to win South Caroli...
The Nevada Caucuses are just around the corner. Still reeling from the fallout of the Iowa Caucus disaster, the Democrats have no solid plan for the fast-approaching Nevada Caucus. Fingers are still being pointed over who is behind the failed app made by Shadow. Financial ties go deep into the Democratic party, including even some of the current candidates.
Susan Crabtree of RealClearPolitics reports:
Add Michael Bloomberg to the list of presidential campaigns and Democratic Party entities distancing themselves from the Iowa vote-tabulation app debacle despite ...
Political analysts have taken a look at why Pelosi may have delayed sending the Articles of Impeachment to the Senate. One prevailing theory continues to rise: Pelosi is rigging the Iowa Caucuses for her old friend Joe Biden. By effectively knocking Senators Sanders, Warren, and Klobuchar out of the race for the duration of the trial, Joe Biden is free to roam Iowa with hardly any competing events. This theory is so prominent that President Trump tweeted about it.
The Hill reports:
President Trump on Friday accused Democrats of deliberately diminishing Sen. Bernie ...
Senator Elizabeth Warren continues to be a source of pride for the Democratic Party. It doesn’t make a ton of sense considering she has been slipping in the polls. No amount of plans, impeachment hysterics, and pandering to the socialist left will help her recover. Warren’s campaign doesn’t know this, they seem content with going after smaller and lesser known candidates. Someone should tell them that they shouldn’t punch down.
Wall Street Journal has the story:
Ms. Warren’s questions about Mr. Buttigieg’s work at consulting powerhouse McKinsey & Co. ...
As a late entry into the 2020 Democratic Presidential Primary race, former New York City Mayor and current billionaire Michael Bloomberg has a lot of ground to cover. Bloomberg is putting his billions to work to do it. But, his massive ad buys and aggressive hiring has not yet turned primary voters into Bloomberg voters.
Fox News has the story:
Mike Bloomberg has spent $100 million of his own money on an unprecedented coast-to-coast ad blitz since launching his Democratic presidential campaign late last month.
But a new poll indicates the eye-popping figure – per ...
Yesterday, House Democrats voted along party lines to send the Articles of Impeachment to the Senate. This historic abuse of impeachment is only going to hurt the Democrats in 2020, a fact they have refused to see. No one is going to feel the backlash of their mistaken vote for impeachment worse than the 31 Democrats representing districts that President Trump won in 2016. And, according to The Epoch Times, Trump knows this.
President Donald Trump on Saturday passed along a warning against impeachment to the dozens of House Democrats who represent districts that he ...
This impeachment scheme the Democrats have cooked up may be boiling over. New polls in Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Arizona, and Ohio (the swing states) show President Trump taking a healthy lead in one-on-one matchups against the top Democrat primary candidates.
National Review reports:
OH Predictive Insights puts Trump ahead of all challengers in Arizona, although by only 2 points ahead of Joe Biden and Pete Buttigieg. Firehouse Strategies — a GOP firm, so take as many grains of salt as you deem necessary — finds Trump has the lead in Michigan, Pennsylvan...
The American election is the pinnacle of democracy. To have something that is so central to the governing system in our country be threatened by fraud or abuse is almost unthinkable. But it happens. Every election season we hear stories of people voting multiple times at different precincts or even in different States. Illegal immigrants have also been caught voting. That's why the states need voter ID laws.
Requiring voters to authenticate their identity at the polling place is necessary to protect the integrity of elections and access to the voting ...