South Carolina Primary: Warren Cuts Advertising Spend – Biden’s Last Stand?…

Joe Biden is staking out Nevada and South Carolina for his re-launch strategy; in a sad attempt to give the impression of viability where none exists.

Meanwhile having suffered a terrible defeat, coming in fourth place in her backyard state of New Hampshire, Elizabeth Warren is recognizing the voters are just not buying her pandering wokeness any more.

As many expected the inauthentic nature of Warren is a big part of the problem; the other issue is her constant fibbing and creepy phoniness.  It also didn’t help when Senator Warren announced a nine-year-old transgender kid would be picking her cabinet.

The collapse of the two weakest remaining candidates, aptly named “Injun-Joe’, is a slow-motion train wreck with a foregone conclusion.  Absent of an influx of cash, after the South Carolina primary on Feb 29th both Warren and Biden will likely suspend their campaigns.

Bernie Sanders remains the favorite to collect most delegates before the convention.  Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar are second and third.  Most pundits estimate when Biden drops-out his support will likely split between Buttigieg and Klobuchar. Similarly when Warren drops out half of her support will follow Buttigieg and Klobuchar and the other half will break-off and go with Sanders.

As long as Buttigieg and Klobuchar remain in the race – Bernie is in position to win the nomination with around 30 to 40 percent of the total vote. However, Mike Bloomberg is the wild card.  The DNC supports mini-mike as an emergency in case no-one can stop Bernie Sanders.

That’s the way it looks heading into Nevada, and there will likely be new polling dropping on Thursday and Friday.

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168 Responses to South Carolina Primary: Warren Cuts Advertising Spend – Biden’s Last Stand?…

  1. Sammy Hains says:

    Redirecting the money to her offshore bank account.

    Liked by 18 people

    • TMonroe says:

      The one constant is that personal nests are constantly feathered.

      Liked by 17 people

      • vikingmom says:

        Yep! The question that the Bernie Bros don’t understand is “How many houses will it take to get Bernie to take a fall to Mini-Mike?” They actually think he wants to campaign and win! Heck, they think he actually believes the shtick he peddles to them!! Could get interesting in Milwaukee when he takes a dive again!!

        Liked by 14 people

        • sticknca says:

          Aston Martin has a “Greta approved” sports car called the Rapide e that will cost the DNC donors a cool $260k. Bernie has a soft spot for those hot sports cars.

          Liked by 6 people

        • Old Dawg says:

          Exactly. Bernie is an opportunist ass but he isn’t stupid enough to believe his own BS. That said, IF the Bernie Bros stick to their word, Milwaukee could very well be the offering t made to the Marxist god, i.e., burned. I guess the old adage ‘You’ve got to expect losses in a big operation’ could be forever seared into the minds of the people of the city.

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          • vikingmom says:

            Bernie is now evidently hinting at a brokered convention… He may actually be a bit nervous that his candidacy has taken on a life of its own. I don’t know what he will do if he really does get the nomination. His health is awful and I think he would have another heart attack if he ac has to campaign.

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            • Old Dawg says:

              I think your impression that Bernie didn’t really think he had a chance is probably correct. He thought he could collect enough $ to ride the limo the rest of his miserable life and make a few paid speeches to fluff it up some more as a result of his “try” at the presidency. Now he’s like the dog who chased the car and CAUGHT it….what do I do with this thing? But the question that has to be in his mind; what will he do when the ‘Bros’ come after him for throwing the fight?

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        • M James says:

          You are correct. He is only waiting until the price target is reached.

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          • vikingmom says:

            But there is none so blind as those who will not see…and for those who look at Bernie and see a “passionate fighter who cares about the little guy” they will not believe it until they see it, and even then, maybe not!

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    • glissmeister says:

      What about foreign influence in the 2020 Presidential Election?

      It appears Sanders is actively soliciting foreign investment (human capital) and conspiring/collaborating active support from foreign agents taking action to directly influence our citizens within our national borders.

      https://dailycaller.com/2020/02/12/sanders-foreign-phone-bank/

      Democratic Socialism and the Socialist International are foreign political movements. They are foreign adversaries hostile to the Constitution of the United States and endeavor to replace same with their model of governance in furtherance of creating world government that subordinates all sovereign governments to that hegemony.

      These are not mere technicalities.

      Liked by 8 people

    • Smack says:

      Can’t say that I’m shocked that our first Native American candidate is having problems with her reservations

      Liked by 17 people

      • Raptors2020 says:

        Democrat voters are detecting that Pocahontas is utterly adrift, morally. If elected, she could break hard left, or hard right. She has no soul.

        The worst sort of person to be trusted with great power.

        Liked by 3 people

    • Remington says:

      Wow….time to celebrate. I’m going to get me a beer.

      Liked by 7 people

    • Deborah Fehr says:

      Bernie gets the biggest payoff, yet again. Mike will be happy to line his pockets to make him go away. He doesnt look well anyway, I shake my head as to why he wants to continue doing this. Just go retire in peace and quiet.

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    • flatlandgoober says:

      Is that in India? Maybe she could be that kind of Indian.

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  2. jonhabart says:

    They are gonna need a whole lot of riot police and high fencing in Milwaukee for the DNC Convention.

    Liked by 7 people

    • bertdilbert says:

      Bernie cannot take the Presidency from Trump and his mouth is to big to run as a VP on a mini Mike ticket.

      Liked by 3 people

      • swissik says:

        I lack your sense of confidence. Sanders is an extremely dangerous individual, a true believer with an admiring army of young, gullibles who have been brainwashed through the education systems for over 20 years. Add the big changes in demographics around the country. The majority of those folks blindly vote for Dems because that is what they are advised to do by all those organizations that pretend to be there to help them assimilate. As for mini mike, I don’t count him out either especially if he were to choose a woman for VP, think Tulsi Gabbard.

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        • bertdilbert says:

          OK but you should hear democrats talk about how crappy the field is. If Bernie gets shafted again, a lot will vote for Trump out of protest. Trump is already milking that expectation. Trump has a proven record and strong economy. The strong showing in NH For Trump looks hard to beat.

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          • Dwayne Diesel says:

            This. I am the lone adult conservative it in my family circle (well the circle I see and communicate with the most- my in-laws) and get to hear my liberal relatives complain about every single candidate. The only two not complaining are my 70+ year old in-laws. They LOVE them some Buttboy- but then again, they only watch Madcow.

            My wife is voting third party regardless of who wins because she can’t stand the Dems. She’s happy with the economy but when I ask her about why she won’t vote for Trump she blames his tweets. What a cop out IMO.

            IMO, onlythe full die hard liberals (like my FIL and MIL) will vote for anyone of these candidates, especially Bernie. Buttboy is flying under the radar in regard to his loony policies because Bernie and Warren’s get the lime light. Just my opinions. Probably not even worth 2 cents.

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          • Dwayne Diesel says:

            This. I am the lone adult conservative it in my family circle (well the circle I see and communicate with the most- my in-laws) and get to hear my liberal relatives complain about every single candidate. The only two not complaining are my 70+ year old in-laws. They LOVE them some Buttboy- but then again, they only watch Madcow.

            My wife is voting third party regardless of who wins because she can’t stand the Dems. She’s happy with the economy but when I ask her about why she won’t vote for Trump she blames his tweets. What a cop out IMO.

            IMO, onlythe full die hard liberals (like my FIL and MIL) will vote for anyone of these candidates, especially Bernie. Buttboy is flying under the radar in regard to his loony policies because Bernie and Warren’s get the lime light. Just my opinions. Probably not even worth 2 cents.

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        • AustinHoldout says:

          He’s got a black voter problem. I think he’d go with someone like Stacy Abrams. And probably have her spend 4 years bringing him coffee in the Oval and trotting her out for photo ops.

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        • nimrodman says:

          swissik said:
          Sanders is an extremely dangerous individual, a true believer with an admiring army of young, gullibles

          True. But he can’t beat Trump

          And next election 2024 he’ll be that much older, likely too old to run

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        • Scott says:

          Most dems hate Tulsi. I don’t think Mini Mike wants to actually win, but if he does he may choose Klobuchar as VP or go with Stacy Abrams to cover all his bases.

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    • sticknca says:

      Go long on plywood.

      Liked by 2 people

    • mr.piddles says:

      Be sure to pack plenty of marshmallows.

      Liked by 1 person

  3. RedBallExpress says:

    I see we went from the “Hollywood Square” graphic to “Follow the Bouncing Ball”.

    Liked by 3 people

  4. bertdilbert says:

    Trump owns all the good political real estate. They got nothing.

    Liked by 11 people

  5. freepetta says:

    Maybe they will all be canceled out. Trump will make minced meat out of Bernie. Someone needs to cut off Bernie’s pointer finger. That is horribly annoying.

    Liked by 6 people

  6. Chip Doctor says:

    What a boondoggle for the Dems, but fun to watch.

    Been a quiet night from Sundance. Can’t wait to see what he is working on. Must be big 😁

    Liked by 5 people

    • bertdilbert says:

      He is deep in the weeds working on DOJ Gate…

      Liked by 7 people

      • sundance says:

        Wait til you see….. 🙂

        Liked by 22 people

        • glissmeister says:

          I’m on pins and needles. Seriously. Seems we are now living in profoundly interesting times about to get even more so. We need your good work and insights now more than ever.

          Hey everybody! Don’t forget the hit the tip jar for Sundance!!

          Liked by 3 people

          • Seneca the Elder says:

            Bliss- please see the comment I wrote for the lead article. It is a disgrace that Sundance should have to even think about money and/ or support, when he is now the top investigative reporter and political analyst on the scene.
            There is no one doing the work and providing the crucial information that SD is accomplishing as a lone blogger. He is a fearless warrior in his own right as well as a true Patriot who is non stop trying to save our Country from the most evil Deep State Devils.
            The Trump Team needs to hire SD as a consultant or some position so he can be well paid for his efforts on our behalf. We need Sundance full time, full steam ahead from now to Election Day.

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            • jeff montanye says:

              but instead of sundance receiving his just recognition, the nyt and the washpo share a pulitzer for revealing that russia hacked the dnc emails and how the mueller investigation was going to get trump.

              from the same people, essentially, that gave obama a nobel peace prize just before he turned libya, syria and the ukraine into corpse-strewn battlefields.

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        • bertdilbert says:

          The democrats desperately need a win. This one will be their Al Capones Vault #3. Overwhelming evidence that collapses into another empty box.

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        • sundance says:

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  7. waicool says:

    i’m on the democrat brokered convention train of thought right now

    Liked by 5 people

    • James Carpenter says:

      And the absence of comment including Tulsi Gabbard could mean a big surprise is in store. Have you noticed her several appearances on Fox?
      As “viable” candidates go, she retains qualities that would appeal in the General.
      Poof… money added, placed upward at convention… all she has left to do is convince the behind-the-throne king makers that their game will be hers too.

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  8. MostlyRight says:

    Warren’s picture lol. She’s just popping right out of that blue circle, about to wave her hands in the air like she’s doing a rain dance.

    Liked by 3 people

  9. grlangworth says:

    I like this. Several folks have been “worried” that the broad drama of too many Dhimm candidates would last too long. The ‘Misguided’ who have been pouring good money after bad behind Dhimm alternatives appear to have wised up. His limited rapport with black voters is likely to confound Mayor Pete in S.C. The remaining question I have: Whether Mr. Bloomberg will do what he said and actually invest one or two of his billions behind the apparent Primary Winner, Mr. Sanders?

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    • gymcy81 says:

      20 some Dem. candidates a year ago,
      months of campaigning,
      and by the time the Iowa Caucus is complete – the field is narrowed to 6 +/-

      Considering the plethora of dem candidates, that’s quite the chore to accomplish – and with a pared down shortlist,
      it makes it a lot easier to sort through the remaining candidates in the primaries for the other States.

      p.s.
      (unusually) one candidate ran ad$, but was not on the ballot nor in any of the earlier debates. That name may start showing up in some of the following primaries.

      p.s.t.
      On the GOP side, it looks like Pres. Trump is sustaining, and / or growing support.
      As a tactic, are some crossing over to the other party in ‘open primary / caucus’ states in order to weaken a media favorite’s outcomes?

      p.s.s.t.
      I do not know how many candidates there will be in 2023… probably a lot, on both sides.
      There were about 16 GOP candidates in 2015 – and that list got significantly paired down too, in Iowa. Again, far from an easy chore. But, it helps …
      (and yes, some are already sticking their toe in the water, and / or quietly planning on improving their name recognition / reputation, starting in 2021… )

      imho

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      • Julian says:

        GOP Candidates in 2024.

        Ron DeSantis (guaranteed), Doug Collins (possible), Kristi Noem (possible), Lindsay Graham (why not if he wins reelection this year?), Mike Pompeo (good chance), Nikki Haley (guaranteed), Mitt Rooney (this guy is that deluded I refuse to spell his name right), Donald Trump Jnr (if he runs he will win obviously).

        I’m pretty sure Kim Guilfoyle will push him to run as well. She clearly has a thing for POWER.

        For the Democrats it will be AOC. 100%.

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        • thesavvyinvester says:

          Jared Kushner. He’s the succession plan imho. Watch the interviews with Doug Wead Presidential Historian & his comments on Jared, he was most impressed with him even more so than any of PDJT’s kids. Look at his portfolio of things hes done already for his f.i.l, quite impressive, his hands are on many important initiatives & has run some on his own.

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    • FPCHmom says:

      I am wondering if Bloomberg can take the heat. He is not known nationally and there is so much about him that will probably turn off primary and general election voters. He’s already crying uncle about his support for and comments about stop and frisk –

      Liked by 3 people

  10. joeknuckles says:

    I still say they should just change the name to “The Orwellian Socialist Party”.

    Liked by 8 people

    • calbear84 says:

      How about “National Socialist American Workers Party”?

      Liked by 2 people

      • nimrodman says:

        Nah – can’t
        They’re not workers, they’re grifters

        Welfare grift

        Academia grift (and sub-categories)

        – Dean of Diversity (also Assistant Dean, Deputy Dean, and Deputy Assistant Dean)

        – Dean of Women’s Studies (also Dean of Black Studies, Dean of Studies Studies …)

        – Commie Anti-American Professor grift

        Foundation grift (Clinton Foundation the leading example)

        Board of Directors grift (Hunter Biden ring a bell?)

        Gummint worker grift (been to Motor Vehicle lately? those ain’t Republican efficiency experts behind the counter, I’ll guaran-dam-tee it)

        Other assorted grifts too numerous to mention and producing no tangible product or net contribution of actual wealth or value …

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  11. TarsTarkas says:

    Too stupid to be President. Too faux to be President. Her claim to fame paper, ‘Myth and Measurement: The Case of Medical Bankruptcies’ used misleading and cherry-picked data to ‘prove’ that medical expenses were a major cause of personal bankruptcies. Many critics were personally and professionally harassed for daring to poke holes in her assertions. The MSM kept embarrassing themselves covering up her lies of commission and omission (Indian ancestry, children’s schooling, being fired for being pregnant, etc. etc.). It took actuall voters to take her down.

    https://legalinsurrection.com/2018/06/elizabeth-warrens-academic-claim-to-fame-may-be-no-more-legitimate-than-her-claim-to-be-native-american

    The final nails in her coffin of idiocy were:

    1. Actually taking a genetic test in order to counter Trump’s mocking of her heredity without checking to see if actual American Indian genes were being used in the test (they weren’t).
    2. Publishing the results of the test even though it proved she was at best had very little Indian blood in her.
    3. Leaving the results of the test on-line for months before finally taking them down.

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    • In the Land of Poz says:

      Warren is a persister and career climber with a moderately high IQ. Not the intellectual fireworks, gold-plated resume type of Harvard Law professor. Nothing wrong with that, but nothing endearing or exciting about it either. Kinda blah, but Democrats are counting on a TDS vote rather than a vote “for” anything good about their candidate.

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      • Dwayne Diesel says:

        I’m sorry I don’t think just because someone is a Harvard Law professor it means they are smarter than everyone else. It doesn’t even mean they are smart.

        Being from Ohio I used to think the Ivy League schools were where all the smartest kids went to college. Now that I live in NE and work with currently and have worked with some of the smartest people I have ever met (I was a Navy Nuke…..nukes are smart…..we are very smart….and currently work in the nuclear field) I know a lot of Ivy League grads that live around me. Let me tell you- of the 13 maybe 14 or so I know…..most are complete idiots that have come from wealthy families. I think three or four of the 13/14 have come across as intelligent people. The others are just pompous. But, as I said they all come from extremely wealthy families. And I believe more than half of them their dads or moms were also Ivy League grads.

        Sorry, I had to share my opinion on that…the Ivy League is a myth. So many intelligent and smart people out there that never have a chance to get into those schools.

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  12. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “Warren Cuts Advertising”

    Of course- what else would you expect? She has keep as much of that legalized slush fund “coin”($$$) for herself, as new influxes are going to be harder to come by, since her antics are causing her campaign to implode under the reality of her ineptitude.

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  13. Sammy Hains says:

    https://www.nationalreview.com/news/warren-calls-on-barr-to-resign-or-face-impeachment-over-intervention-in-roger-stone-case/

    The closer the campaign gets to to death, the shriller the candidate gets.
    Warren’s campaign has entered its death throes.
    Nevertheless, She Persisted to shriek like a harpy.

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  14. kleen says:

    OMG it will be epic! Bernie x Mini Mike.

    The radical SJW will revolt over Mini Mike. A white, old, heterosexual, billionaire, former republican, male…

    He represents EVERYTHING they hate.

    Dude bought his way into this election. He showed up late. Bernie has been campaigning for months, working hard, traveling. It just doesn’t look good.

    It will get violent for sure!

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  15. bertdilbert says:

    Mini Mike jokes.

    Don’t sell yourself Bloomberg.
    Looks like I drew the Blomberg straw.
    I will have the Bloomberg stack of pancakes.
    The Bloomberg bus dropped him off.
    Went fishing and all we caught were Bloombergs and had to throw them all back.
    Took my kids to the amusement park but they were too Bloomberg to go on most of the rides.
    Democrats tried to impeach Trump but Schiff and Nadler came up Bloomberg.

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  16. JohnCasper says:

    Chief Stolen Feathers and Chief Sticky Fingers being scalped by Chief Crazy Man who will then be massacred by Chief Thunder Rolling Down From The Mountains..

    Liked by 8 people

  17. kleen says:

    The nomination is for sale.
    Mini Mike wants to buy it.
    I bet Bernie will sell his spot.

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    • glissmeister says:

      Bernie doesn’t want the job. He wants to be paid to go away.

      That’s been Bernie’s modus operandi for decades.
      Bernie was perfecting the Al Sharpton shakedown years before Al met Tawana and learned how to iterate alliteration for justice in the nation righteously brokered by an elite few, for a fee, of course.

      It’s made Bernie a wealthy man. Al, not so much.

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      • TJ says:

        Exactly. Winning scares him, he’s doing his best to alienate any Trump supporters(which include democrats and independents) by playing the partisan TDS card. He’s transforming into the failed candidate he endorsed in 2016, who is trashing him, then not trashing him.

        Birds of a feather.

        Will he praise “Russia Russia Russia”, like he did in the 1980s, or will he criticize “Russia Russia Russia”, to tap into Biden’s Ukrainian DNC slush fund?

        Bern out will occur in California, just like last time. California is where the whales are, it’s where democrats get a majority of their donations. He’ll wave his bloody (climate) shirt and the spice will flow. Easy money.

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  18. Tl Howard says:

    My gawd, I’m watching a local station here in CA and I’ve seen at least 4 Steyer ads in the last 40 minutes. One thing I noticed: he has a whiny woman-like voice.

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  19. Dutchman says:

    I am tempted to take that bet (not sure Bernie will take a dive in round 3).

    Bernie will ‘earn’ the nomination.
    DNC will screw him out of it, with brokered convention,…foregone conclusion.

    Bernie supporters will make it a BROKE convention, as they charge the convention hall, bike locks a swinging, molotovs a flinging. Ditto, foregone conclusion.

    The only real ‘wildcard’;
    Will the MPD stand aside, like Portland PD? The NYPD are at WAR with their liberal mayor, and frankly the DNC are at war with LE.

    Perhaps the MPD are just a little slow to respond? And there will be plenty of p.o.’d antifa/blm bernie supporters INSIDE the hall, as well.

    2020 Democrat Convention
    Must see TV

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    • bluenova1971 says:

      Dunno, Dutch.
      I think the majority of violent leftist protesters (Antifa, etc.) have been hired by the Soros-backed shadow organizations. I don’t believe that the rank and file Bernie Bros. have it in them to stir up much trouble.

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      • Dutchman says:

        Oh, ye of little faith. I followed closely the 2016 Democrat Convention, from the early sparring over how close to the,convention center to allow the ‘free speech’ zones, to the almost constant protests, INSIDE by DELEGATES.

        The ONLY thing, IMHO that kept them from rioting in 2016 was admonitions of;
        “Remember ’68! The riots guaranteed Nixon a win. If you riot, your giving it to Trump! We HAVE to beat Trump!”

        They ARE Crazy, the Bernie supporters, but they ain’t stooopid. They know mini-mike can’t beat PDJT. All the money in the world, doesn’t beat populism, and they know that, too.

        They have been nursing their wounds for 4 years, and this time if they get screwed by DNC again, they are going to make them pay.

        Have you seen the Veritas footage of Bernie campaign workers?

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        • OW21 says:

          Dutch – I agree. It’s going to be very violent….

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          • Dutchman says:

            The real irony is, that going into the convention, and everyone seeing how blatantly obviously the DNC are cheating, sympathy naturally goes to the Bernie supporters.

            We all, from a very early age, have an inherent sense of FAIRNESS.

            However, when the bike locks,and molotovs come out, all that sympathy will evaporate.

            However, the emnity directed at the DNC,….WON’T.

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        • glissmeister says:

          Milwaukee is the heart and soul of the Eugene Debs Labor Movement. Deep Red rough and tumble militant activist traditions with symbiotic cadres next door in Chicago. Stir in the IWW, Maoist and NOKO radical splinter roups, some Soros money, SI organizers and cohort administrators… it’s a toxic brew. Volatile. Very flammable.

          For the older generation it’s potentially the ultimate orgy of tantrum, realizing an idealized fantasy of revolutionary violence dreams come true before they meet the great hereafter they all insist does not exist.

          History predicts future. Structure determines function. They have nothing left to lose.

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        • buzzybee says:

          I saw the Veritas footage. I think it won’t be pretty. I won’t watch it. I don’t think I can stand it. Only thing stopping it is very high level security. These punks are scary IMO.

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  20. Elle says:

    The democrats are done. The problem is they are uncool now. The late night comedians, Hollywood, media, publishing assured their followers that they were so much cooler than, so much smarter than and so much better than Biff and Buffy who made fun of them in High School.

    But now the liberals sit at the lunch table with Liz and Joe and Butt-head. It’s like paying $500 to sit at the VIP auction table with Yoko Ono or Richard Simmons. Hey, look at me, I’m at the VIP table! But it doesn’t feel quite right.

    At least the people at Bernie’s table have thrown caution to the wind. RIders on the Storm. If you are still raging against the machine then you are still young. Yeah. I’m Bad!

    Only your not anymore.

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  21. john says:

    Warren doesn’t quite fit in her spot. A square in a round hole? I’m sure Sundance is making a joke with that graphic, but I’m not sure what it is yet. : )

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  22. Harlan says:

    $500k here…60k there… It’s hard to believe, the kind of money they’ve each had to play with.

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  23. Magabear says:

    If just every woke leftist who is down to their last six bucks would give half of that to Pocahantis, well, she could maybe run a 15 second ad in SC. 🤣

    Mini Mike is running ads everywhere it seems. What a bore he is. A Sanders/Bloomberg debate would be fun to watch though. 😁

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    • AustinHoldout says:

      That student who gave 3 of her last $6 just knows the spigot is about to turn on and the free stuff is about to flow. Bless her heart.

      Liked by 6 people

    • Magabear Mini Mike is buying up lots of FakeBook space also. Thank God for the mute button on the TV remote!

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    • James Felter says:

      Ads are great to introduce or maintain a good product, something that stands out. But all the Dems, even Bloomberg, are generic. Trump bad; Mike/Pete/Amy/Liz/Beto good. Sanders is a socialist, not a generic. One of these things is not like the others. Mike can spend 2-5 billion on ads and bore people. Sanders could clean up with a tenth of that. If Mike spends that much money, he is only transfering it to other media moguls. He is only paying the media to repeat what they say all the time anyway.
      I believe that Trump will beat any Democrat this year, but Bernie is the only one that might have a chance because he is Not the same as the others.
      Bernie is like throwing your cavalry at the enemy infantry line in a losing battle. You will probably lose bigger and be pursued more after, but there is an outside chance you can overturn the current balance and win.
      We threw in Trump, our cavalry, and won in 2016.
      The uni-party and the upper left just want to preserve their army so that population change and propaganda and organizational dominance can grind us down. The useful idiots, the Bernie Bros, want to win Today’s battle. They are dangerous, both to us and to their real bosses.

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  24. emet says:

    Bernie promises a lot of free stuff, but when he cashes out he will reap the biggest pile. I guess I don’t blame him, the marks came crawling back to be conned again.

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  25. Motzilla says:

    Elizabeth “Lieawatha Fauxcahontas” Warren has always been a repugnant phony. From the very beginning. These two side-by-side videos from different times on different news networks shows just how inauthentic, phony and fully scripted she is. She’ll be done & out by the end of the month.

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  26. Kaco says:

    I’m beginning to think if Joe Biden was recruited to run for President for the impeachment hoax, nobody told him the real reason. I remember Joe spilling out here and there how he was asked to run, even by other countries, he claimed China was no threat, etc. So perhaps, the deep state got wind of Rudy investigating, then asked Joe to run, and would lay in wait for whatever they can attach to it when the question of investigating Biden became public or brought to the DOJ.

    I don’t know how obvious Joe’s senility is to the Deep State, but he has been a disaster that everyone has seen develop. As Tucker Carlson put it, he should soon be safely in Florida in white knee socks and enjoying the 4:30 prime rib special. He’ll be a lot happier then.

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  27. louche9 says:

    The last time I watched an Elizabeth Warren speech on TV, she came running onto the stage, arms flapping, looking like Drew Carey had just told her to come on down. Like many highly educated people who have spent their entire working lives in academia, Warren is an awkward egghead, utterly lacking an authentic common touch.

    Successful politicians have to have something of a sales personality. You could believe Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton, Donald Trump and even Joe Biden, before he went nuts, would be good in sales, but you can’t see Elizabeth Warren having that easy conversational style.

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  28. BitterC says:

    Don’t forget about Tulsi. Laura Ingraham was kind enough to have her on tonite to remind us she is still in the race and working SC hard.

    I wonder if she will pick up any of Cherokee Liz or Sleepy Joe’s supporters?

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    • I heard that Mini-Mike is wrangling to get Tulsi’s post-S Carolina endorsement. So far, he’s offering a promotion to Colonel and a Ron Jon’s sponsorship.

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      • Jason Ross says:

        She strikes me as even more principled than Bernie, so I don’t that will happen. The party had effectively disowned her and instead of groveling Tulsi has barked back ever since.

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        • You may be right. I don’t know much about Tulsi Gabbard’s positions on the issues (since she’s a Dem I can GUESS) but unlike the others, I find her “likable” because she comes across as sincere and honest.

          That’s probably why she’s been marginalized by the party and press: She has a mind of her own and can’t always be counted on to spew the Party’s talking points.

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  29. Paul Cohen says:

    They’re DEAD, Jim….. they are very DEAD.

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  30. Mike in a Truck says:

    None of this matters. The real Communist Democratic candidate is waiting off stage.

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  31. Doug Amos says:

    Back to hustling chumps for Grey Beaver and Groper Joe; when’s the last time you saw a 4 foot president?

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  32. getfitnow says:

    Malarkey redo. s/

    FTA – Joe Biden is staking out Nevada and South Carolina for his re-launch strategy

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  33. scrap1ron says:

    I like the original Injun Joe better.

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  34. Joe says:

    They are a train wreck. Pants suit is waiting in the wings to swoop in and “save the country”.

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  35. getfitnow says:

    FTA – The good news for the fake Indian is, Joe Biden was also on the ballot in New Hampshire Tuesday.

    The bad news is everything else.

    See, the media only have room for one major political obituary every day, and Tuesday it was Creepy Joe’s turn. (Andrew Yang and Michael Bennet don’t count, never did, obviously.)

    But don’t worry, Sen. Warren, your day is near. You’re approaching the political checkout counter. Take a number. You’re in the passing lane on the Trail of Tears, as your ancestors might put it, to the Happy Hunting Ground.
    https://www.bostonherald.com/2020/02/11/howie-carr-elizabeth-warren-heading-to-political-checkout-counter/

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  36. namberak says:

    Speaking of Fauxcahontas’ inauthentic nature– toward the tail end of Dan Bongino’s youtube broadcast/podcast yesterday he played two video clips of her, side by side, giving exactly the same answer to a question on two different occasions. You can really appreciate the epic phoniness of the woman when you see it. (About the 41:45 mark of Dan’s 2/12 show if you go looking for it.)

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  37. While Biden is the archetypal DC politician for life .. Warren is even more loathsome. I might sit with old Joe and laugh at his buffoonery .. but sitting with Warren, knowing the sanctimonious falsity of the creature, would make me puke.

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  38. PCS says:

    I’m betting Gabbard gets a little play as the field dwindles to just a couple of drooling idiots.

    Predictit doesn’t agree as she’s trading at $0.01. So, being the high roller that I am, I’m long 500 shares of Gabbard. Lol.

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  39. Publius2016 says:

    Notice Pocahontas is STILL OPEN FOR BUSINESS JUST NOT FOR SPENDING!

    let’s see if Mini Mike Madoff greases the wheels to ensure Pocahontas reaches Super Tuesday…”Beer ain’t cheap”

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  40. pageoturner says:

    Bloomberg’s massive ad spending is making it very expensive for the other candidates. Bloomberg is buying up all the available air time primary states.

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  41. MLK says:

    The Democrat establishment is using the same strategy against Bernie that Republicans had hoped to use against Trump. Whereas the Republican establishment spectacularly failed to stop Trump, smart money is on the Democrat powers that be succeeding in denying Sanders the nomination.

    The plan is death by a thousand cuts in each caucus and primary, keeping Sanders’ delegate count as low as possible. Even if he is the plurality winner, all the other delegates will be aligned against him.

    This is why Biden may well stay in it, as long as he’s the at least partial placeholder for the black and Hispanic vote. The Democrats are in sheer panic mode over these voting groups. They’re getting hit from both sides, with some backing Sanders and many intending to either vote for Trump or stay home.

    There is no way in the world that they will support the 37 year old gay guy whose only notable accomplishment is keeping himself out of trouble in the military. Nor are they actually going to support Bloomberg, though it might look like that because he’s throwing money at any Democrat with a pulse and his hand out.

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  42. littlebird160 says:

    Watch out for Michelle “Big Mike” Obama to swoop in and rescue the party at the last moment. First female president. First black female president AND an Obama third term! Just sayin…….

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  43. Eric French says:

    The big question is, how many Bernie Bros will move to Bloomy…I suspect half will leave and 1/4 of those will go to Trump, 3/4 will stay home.

    End result, Trump LANDSLIDE!

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  44. donnyvee says:

    I work in banking and I’m thinking ad buys, like Bernie is doing with his wife, are a great way to launder money. That said, I think all the democrats beatable, but I so hope that their candidate will be either Warren or Sanders.

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  45. DanJ1 says:

    Steyer and Mike are in it for the long haul. They will never run out of money and it’s three times cheaper to use your presidential campaign funds than a personal PAC. They also have no limitations on running ads.
    .
    Going into the convention, they will have some delegates in their pockets and billions in their unused campaign accounts. Look for them to use those funds and votes to bribe the DNC and the candidate and his or her running mate as well as down ticket Dems that they like.
    .
    It will be four against one at the convention and the Bernie Bros will turn violent.

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  46. Mr. T. says:

    Sundance, as usual, was SPOT ON about Jessie Liu. President Trump and AG Barr played their hand well. Today, Jessie Liu resigned. She left quite the mess behind at the DOJ, including the Stone case, but it’s being cleaned up and she won’t be around to create any further messes.

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/former-us-attorney-who-oversaw-roger-stone-case-resigns/ar-BBZYd2f?ocid=spartanntp

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  47. Bendix says:

    I have been hearing Kamala Harris as a Bernie VP. If they can’t beat him, and think he can beat Trump, while the other losers can’t, how hard would it be for them to go all out to get him into the president’s job, all the while planning a nice li’l ‘ol impeachment for Bernie, right after he is sworn in?
    Bernie has already given his tacit approval to these coups.
    A president Kamala would negate the upstarts like AoC getting any more power than they want her to have.

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  48. shipley130 says:

    Joe Biden…The emoluments clause rebooter. More like redoucher.

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