Mini-Super Tuesday – Biden Sweeps Most Primaries. Something Is Up, Count On It
The headlines read: Biden Sweeps Mini-Super Tuesday. When a bumbling, gaffe prone, possibly dementia-laden senior citizen is the front runner for a major political party, something is not normal. It’s far more than just pushing Bernie Sanders out. There is a Democrat agenda here, we’re just not seeing it. Yet.
Bernie Sanders’ agenda is to control your life via Soviet-style governance. Biden’s agenda is to remember where he is and who he’s talking to (or yelling at). The Democrat Party? Underhanded plans are in play, of that there is no doubt.
.@JoeBiden’s Philly HQ staff celebrates another big night of primary victories.
Biden told the press tonight, “It looks like we’re gonna have another good night…campaign is taking off and I believe we’re gonna do well from now on.” pic.twitter.com/gRneW5fwkg
— Allie Raffa (@AllieRaffa) March 11, 2020
On Mini-Super Tuesday, Biden took away states that Sanders won in 2016. Idaho was a Democratic caucus in 2016, but Sanders was top donkey. Not this time, Biden won in the standard primary in Idaho.
Washington was a Sanders stronghold in 2016, last night it was a neck and neck race with Biden as 67% of the votes had been counted. Both Biden and Sanders were at 17% of the vote.
Missouri had Sanders nearly toppling Clinton in 2016, last night Biden buried him. Biden won in Mississippi as well.
The only race Sanders won so far was the caucus in North Dakota, with 14 delegates.
So will Sanders drop out? He is faced with that choice this morning, after the delegate count ran away from him. His ability to catch up from the results on Mini-Super Tuesday is in doubt. Next week’s primaries in Florida, Illinois, Ohio, and Arizona will tell the tale.
“I want to thank Bernie Sanders and his supporters for their tireless energy and their passion. We share a common goal and together we’ll defeat Donald Trump. We’ll defeat him together… In just the past week, so many of my incredibly capable competitors have endorsed me. Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar, Beto O’Rourke, Mike Bloomberg, Cory Booker and Kamala Harris. Together we’re bringing this party together. That’s what we have to do.” Joe Biden on mini-super Tuesday
That statement doesn’t sound like the confused senior citizen named Joe Biden, it sounds pretty coherent.
Well known evangelist Mario Murillo stated this about Joe Biden’s campaign on March 4 (only a portion of his statement):
“The powers behind his campaign are greater than you can possibly imagine. We are talking about unlimited money, unlimited advertising, unlimited access, and unlimited censorship.”
The Democrats have literally coalesced around Biden against Sanders. Who will be Joe’s running mate? Did someone tell the others to drop out? Andrew Yang even endorsed Biden last night. The other contender’s results were disappointing, of course, but when this dropout rate happened so quickly, you begin to wonder what’s going on – especially since Joe-mentia has been calling people names, yelling at those who asked a simple question, and forgetting important things, and his family is under scrutiny for all sorts of criminal activity.
There is always an agenda, and it may not be as simple as running from Bernie Sanders.
Featured photo: Screenshot – Philadelphia HQ celebrates Biden’s win.