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Fear Grips the Democratic Party, post-Super Tuesday Analysis 2020

Super Tuesday Results

The 2020 Super Tuesday vote has been taken. The final result may not be known for a while (days) pending mail-in ballots and final counting. It is now time to take stock of where we sit today in terms of the political landscape for the presidential election in November. Joe Biden did better than expected, winning 8 to 10 states (depending on final counts), though this does not tell the whole story in terms of delegate counts. Here is the current tally (which will change in time) of delegates from Real Clear Politics (note that California and Texas have yet to fully report - so don't let the delegate counts fool you.): Key post-Super Tuesday results takeaways: Joe Biden benefited heavily from the

The Great Culling, pre-Super Tuesday Analysis 2020

Super Tuesday 2020

The media is telling us that Biden is surging in the Democratic primaries? Really? The ginned-up media hype of Biden surging is just that - media hype. So what is the insider game being played here?  Much of the media hype for Biden is coming off his recent primary win in South Carolina. Looking at the results, they were pretty much in line with the polling - no surge. Biden only received 18 more delegates than Sanders. South Carolina is not a large metropolitan region and tends to be less Progressive than in other areas. So it was known Biden would do reasonably well. Super Tuesday, March 3, 2020, is upon us, and it is set to be slugfest about the juggernaut

Democratic 6th debate winner? The moving background GIF – CLICKBAIT WARNING

Democrat Debate Background

Viewers identify the  "Clear Loser" (or "Clear Winner") of the Democratic 6th Debate, "The Moving Background." Viewers of Thursday (December 19, 2019) night’s 6th Democratic debate quickly identified one clear loser: the moving background on the stage. People hit Twitter to vent frustrations over the moving words on the screen, which some called a “distraction” from the seven presidential candidates on stage at the Los Angeles event. Others complained of “nausea” and “vertigo.” Seven candidates qualified for the final debate of the year ― former Vice President Joe Biden; South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg; entrepreneur Andrew Yang; billionaire activist Tom Steyer; and Sens. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), Elizabeth Warren (Mass.) and Amy Klobuchar (Minn.). Joe Biden - kept his mouth shut not to do another gaff. Pete Buttigieg - "I am a mayor from a