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Wednesday, February 12, 2020
New Hampshire Berns Down - Smells Like Commie Spirit
BY STEPHEN KRUISER
(AP Photo/Charles Krupa)
Grab your beverage of choice and please enjoy this New
Hampshire post mortem briefing.
The Democrats got through Round 2 of their 2020 primary
slog with far less drama than they dealt with in Round 1. All was wrapped up in
a timely fashion, the only embarrassment this time being the fact that an
elderly white male commie was firmly cemented as their frontrunner.
OK, maybe not firmly cemented, but at least Poligripped.
For the moment anyway.
Bernie Sanders won the New Hampshire Democratic primary,
edging out Plucky Mayor Pete and the Queen of Mean Amy Klobuchar, who
established herself as a legit contender with a third place finish.
The combined totals of previous top-tier dwellers Crazy
Joe the Wonder Veep and Fauxcahontas were less than Klobuchar’s, if you were
wondering just how quickly weird this race is getting.
The rapid fade of Biden and Warren is a bigger story than
Bernie’s win. Sanders won New Hampshire in 2016 by 22 points, after all.
The vultures are clearly circling Biden’s campaign. It’s
not just that he didn’t win either of the first two contests, it’s that he was
nowhere to be found in either. For a guy whose entire sales pitch was
“electability,” not being the slightest bit competitive in Iowa or New
Hampshire is a real knee-capper.
It’s difficult to understand why people with access to
Google would insist that Biden was the man for the general election job, given
how thoroughly awful his track record in presidential primaries is.
Cillizza, a CNN commentator tweeted :
Joe Biden has run for president 3 times: 1988, 2008 and
He has yet to win a single primary or caucus.
Cillizza and CNN were on the Biden train until recently,
by the way. Perhaps they just got the internet and Google.
So what, dear Morning Briefing faithful, does all of this
First, this race is volatile and there is a lot that
could still happen.
Except for Joe Biden winning it, of course.
I say that, but Biden winning South Carolina would be a
dream for Republicans. The Democrats would be thrown into real disarray, forced
to choose between Bernie’s socialist vision, and Biden’s insistent reminders
that he used to hang out with Barack Obama.
One thing is certain: Elizabeth Warren will soon be
flipping through Hillary Clinton’s Book of Blame for excuses to explain away
her myriad weaknesses as a candidate. Sexism will of course be Number 1 on the
list, sure to be followed by “Something, something Trump,” and the inherent
patriarchal oppression spread through Tom and Jerry cartoons.
If you are a political junkie, this race just became very
entertaining theater. If you like theater where all the players are drunk and
repeating the same four lines that is.
RNC Chairman Ronna McDaniel gave the Republican
Response to NH in a tweet:
the moment, it’s all fun and games.
they nominate the commie.
After their mess in Iowa
last week and their struggle to coalesce behind one candidate in New Hampshire,
the Democrat Party remains in complete disarray.
One thing that is clear: Bernie winning his second state in a row shows how
Socialism is now the mainstream in today’s Democrat Party.