Saying that Joe Biden’s Super Tuesday exceeded expectations is understatement. As I write this, Biden has won Alabama, Arkansas, Massachusetts, Minnesota, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia. Bernie has won California, Colorado, Utah and Vermont. At this point, Maine remains too close to call.

At this point, Biden leads Bernie in delegates by 88 delegates. To be precise, Biden leads Bernie in delegates by a 390-312 margin. Thus far tonight, Biden had won 341 delegates to Bernie’s 257.

In other Super Tuesday news, the AP is reporting that “Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg will reassess on Wednesday whether he should stay in the race after getting disappointing results in Super Tuesday primaries despite spending more than a half billion dollars on his campaign. A person close to the Bloomberg campaign confirmed the deliberations. The person wasn’t authorized to discuss the matter by name and requested anonymity.”

Elizabeth Warren had a disappointing night, too:

Sen. Elizabeth Warren was poised to place third in Massachusetts’ Democratic primary, a blow to the liberal lawmaker’s presidential candidacy in a state that sent her to the U.S. Senate twice. The Associated Press declared Joe Biden the winner Tuesday evening, with Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont trailing in second place with about 62% of the vote reported.

She’s essentially crippled. Finishing second in your home state is bad enough. Finishing third is terrible. This race isn’t over yet, though. Joe Biden still has some glaring weaknesses, which this video does a nice job of highlighting:

The expectation is that Bloomberg and Warren will drop out before the next set of primaries. Also worth noting: Biden supposedly only spent $11,000 in winning Massachusetts. He pulled a Hillary in Minnesota (0 visits) and still won. Apparently, the Democrat Establishment had more to do with Biden winning than Biden had to do with his winning. MSNBC reported on-air that Obama got the word out that Joe was the Establishment’s candidate. Since he allegedly put the word out, Klobuchar and Buttigieg dropped out and the Establishment fell into line. This wasn’t just a win for the Establishment. This represents the best shot at saving Pelosi’s gavel. Jonathan Karl kinda lets the secret out with this tweet:

Joe Biden is still a deeply flawed candidate. No amount of endorsements will hide his flaws. Does anyone seriously think that a guy who hasn’t won a single primary in 3 presidential campaigns finally wins a primary, then wins 9 primaries a week later without visiting some of the states and while spending $11,000 in another state? Anyone that thinks that isn’t mentally fit for office.

5 Responses to “Joe Biden’s Super Tuesday wins?”

  • eric z says:

    Joe Biden? JOE BIDEN! Joe f#&*ing Biden. Why??????

  • Gary Gross says:

    Because the Establishment sent the word out that they didn’t want Bernie.

  • eric z says:

    That was clear back when Perez aced out Ellison at DNC. Why any person outside of the Dem inner party operatives voted Biden is what mystifies me. There are better people. Klobuchar was talked aside, for Biden, Hunter and all. It is crazy.

  • Chad Q says:

    Well what were they going to do, vote Bloomberg or Warren? The establishment doesn’t want crazy Bernie so why would they want the same in a rich guy or a fake Indian?
    Looks like the young crowd hoping to get a bunch of free stuff from Bernie are going to sit out another election unless Uncle Joe dies before Nov. 4 which could happen as he stokes out every time he speaks.

  • Gary Gross says:

    Eric, I agree with you. This doesn’t make any sense. At this point, & I mean this sincerely, I’m not certain that Biden is still all there. It’s one thing to say things that you disagree with or whatever. There are times when I question whether Biden’s got dementia.

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