Comrade Bernie, Mayor Pete Take The Lead In Hew Hampshire

Crazy Uncle Joe and Fauxahontas are in deep, deep trouble

New Hampshire gives Klobuchar major boost, puts Biden and Warren on 2020 life support

Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont narrowly edged former South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg to claim victory in New Hampshire’s Democratic presidential primary.

But the biggest winner in Tuesday’s contest – the first primary in the White House race – may well be Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota, who came in a strong third. Klobuchar finished far ahead of Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and former Vice President Joe Biden, who are limping out of New Hampshire facing serious questions about the future of their campaigns.

“We love you New Hampshire,” Klobuchar stressed in her primary night speech. “Because of you, we are taking this campaign to Nevada. We are going to South Carolina. And we are taking this message of unity to the country.”

Bernie and Pete both picked up 9 delegates, and Amy picked up 6. Biden and Warren got zero. Everyone is now talking up Amy, wondering where she’s been this whole time. And Biden left New Hampshire for South Carolina even before the polls closed, and we get this from him

Former Vice President Joe Biden would like to remind you just how white Iowa and New Hampshire are.

Before the polls had even closed in New Hampshire on Tuesday, Biden had already left the early primary state for South Carolina. That’s where, even after results showed him in a distant fifth place in New Hampshire, Biden declared he’s far from done with his 2020 run.

While “it’s important” to hear from the first two states in the Democratic primary schedule, Biden declared “we haven’t heard from the most committed constituency of the Democratic Party — the African American community” and “fastest growing segment of society — the Latino community.” “99.9 percent” of black voters “have not yet had the chance to vote in America,” Biden said, and neither did “99.8 percent” of Latinx voters. And a Democrat can’t win the general election “unless you have overwhelming support from black and brown voters,” Biden added.

Of course, calling all the people of NH and Iowa essentially racists is fine for Democrats, since they all seem to have this white guilt. But, Joe sure seems to be assuming all the Blacks will vote for him. We’ll see.

But, what of Mike Bloomberg? Supposedly, moderate Dems are lining up behind him (I thought Democrats hated the 1%?), but, what effect will his stop and frisk comments, where he basically said all blacks are the same criminals, have on his support?

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4 Responses to “Comrade Bernie, Mayor Pete Take The Lead In Hew Hampshire”

  1. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    Teach typed: …calling all the people of NH and Iowa essentially racists…

    No. Not actually, not essentially, not virtually… It was pointed out that the demographics of Iowa and NY didn’t match the demographics of the nation overall, which is not calling anyone racist. It’s likely that Black Americans and White Americans have different electoral concerns.

  2. Liljeffyatemypuppy says:

    But the biggest winner in Tuesday’s contest –

    Donald J. Trump


  3. It merely cements the Socialist label onto the Democratic party brand.

    No doubt Bernie has the legs for this fight. He has donors with cash flow and loyal supporters in every state.

    Bloomberg is running commercials non-stop on Hulu hyping his endorsement by Obama. He pasted clips from previous Obama speeches to make it look like an endorsement anyway. I don’t know if it will help him. It just looks annoying to me, but then I’m not a Bloomberg fan. So far, Bloomberg only has one donor. And it’s all he needs.

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