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  1. Yeah ... not doing any sort of research on this stuff - what I see and what I hear is enough. I don't take time to look through historical tweets of each person I see on twitter, but when I see multiple people saying things along the same lines it leads me to believe that it's a theme.
  2. https://www.wcax.com/content/news/Is-Bernie-Sanders-getting-unfair-treatment-from-national-media-537867861.html https://www.foxnews.com/media/msnbc-against-bernie-sanders-nomination It's def a Trump talking point - and it's def also coming from the mouths of Bernie supporters.
  3. Ummmmm I would bet my life that anything that comes out aboutTrump is far worse than what comes out about Biden.
  4. I hope you're right. I felt better about him after seeing his comments about Warren today.
  5. I would love to blow up the two party system. Bernie has also done a lot to stoke animosity between himself and the democratic party (see articles sited above) I would not be surprised if he does try to run as a third option if he loses the primary to Biden
  6. Yes. Yes he is. Calling himself a Dem is just a means to an end for him.
  7. https://www.npr.org/2019/03/04/700121429/bernie-sanders-files-to-run-as-a-democrat-and-an-independent https://www.politifact.com/article/2020/mar/02/how-can-bernie-sanders-run-democratic-primary-when/ He registered to run the 2020 presidential race as a Dem so he could have the support (i.e. $ and party recognition) Ironically, he registered to run in his 2024 Senate race for VT as an Independent. He's never become a Democrat, and he never had the intention to do so - you can not run for President and have any hope of success as an Independent. He upped his chances to stay in the race by putting himself on a blue ticket. I'd also say Bloomberg wasn't a dem but was running as one. And Tulsi, well that's a whole other ball of wax, but imho she also is not a Dem.
  8. To be clear ... it's not his party. And the whole "treated him poorly" is a GOP talking point coming straight out of Trump's mouth (and now Bernies and his followers). The voters voted, Bernie didn't get as many as Biden. And it's far from over. But this sort of whiney excuse making coming from the Bernie camp is not a good look and doesn't bode well for him winning over any undecided's.
  9. Good exit poll info on age, race, etc https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/politics/exit-polls-2020-super-tuesday-primary/?itid=sf_elections&itid=lk_inline_manual_7
  10. All depends on turn out. Heard a past campaign manager Say that the Latino community is hard to organize and that the youth vote is hard to depend on showing up. He may have their support but they are not dependable. (on the road so will RSD the article more in depth this evening)
  11. No former POTUS endorses until the nominee is selected. Even on the GOP side (think George & JEB!)
  12. He has done a lot of work with the Latino community and it has benefitted him. He had not benefitted from the AA community. And those polls are interesting, but not matching up to who actually showed up to vote.
  13. This ^^^ and only 13-19% of those young voters actually went out and voted today. Bernie isnt driving the new, young voters that his campaign has been banking on. Numbers for that group are actually lower than 2016. This isn't the "establishment" burning Bernie. It's the supporters for each candidate actually making it (or not) to the polls.
  14. Nope - IA should not be the first state to caucus and carry so much weight. They should look at states that reflect the population of the US.
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