The biggest loser of the Democratic primaries has been the mainstream media. The media ran fluff piece after magazine cover after editorial endorsement about why you should love their preferred intersectional cultural progressives... and voters said NOPE https://t.co/mlqVhxisWf— Robby Soave (@robbysoave) March 4, 2020
Sen. Bernie Sanders just took home the big win of California. Here's how the #SuperTuesday race looks now:— U.S. News (@usnews) March 4, 2020
✅ Bernie Sanders: CA, VT, CO, UT
✅ Joe Biden: VA, OK, MN, NC, AL, TN, MA, AR
✅ Mike Bloomberg: American Samoahttps://t.co/k6ngAElIKV
The net impact from both Warren and Bloomberg, based on current vote totals, is a net delegate loss to Bernie Sanders.— TheLastRefuge (@TheLastRefuge2) March 4, 2020
Without Warren and Bloomberg, Bernie would have won three more states; and Bernie would have won more net delegates.
Elizabeth Warren cost Bernie Sanders Minnesota, Maine and Massachusetts.... And Sanders would have bigger victories (and more delegates) in Utah, Colorado and California without Warren in the race. #SuperTuesdayResults pic.twitter.com/22eo3MYI21— TheLastRefuge (@TheLastRefuge2) March 4, 2020
Wow - the real story out of California is that @MikeBloomberg & @JoeBiden were neck-and-neck (17+% to 19%, respectively.)— Jennifer Kerns (@JenKernsUSA) March 4, 2020
Had Bloomberg’s team not agreed to that fateful #NevadaCaucus debate, tonight would have been a 180-degree different story.
As the Democrat Establishment Makes Moves to Stop Bernie, the Backlash Begins https://t.co/pxILUzSwc4— RedState (@RedState) March 4, 2020