Nevada Poll: Breadline Bernie Holds Commanding Lead – Picks Up Coveted de Blasio Endorsement…

It looks like Bernie Sanders is going to win his third straight Democrat primary given the current polling from Nevada.   The Las Vegas Review Journal conducted a poll of likely caucus attendees (Tuesday through Thursday) shows Bernie Sanders with 25% of the vote.

(Source)

With the ‘Never Bernie’ vote split five ways, and with former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg not on the Nevada ballot, it looks like Bernie is going to win another primary contest.

The Club has been using establishment allies to take shots at Bernie, but the Antifa mob behind his socialist race are swarming and blasting anyone who targets their lightbringer of free stuff.   The Bernie-AOC wing have formed an impenetrable protective membrane around their candidate and most mainstream Democrats do not want to become their targets.  It’s a remarkable dynamic.

Accepting the foregone conclusion, today New York Mayor Bill de Blasio attempts to increase his progressive credentials by proclaiming his support for Bernie.

However, there are a few hitches…. Bernie’s socialized government takeover of healthcare is not sitting well with the Nevada unions.  This might foretell a problem in the future.  The union members do not want to lose their top-tier healthcare plans, and as a consequence they are withholding their endorsement:

NEVADA – Nevada’s culinary union, an influential force in the state’s upcoming caucuses, just fired a shot across the bow of Sen. Bernie Sanders’s presidential campaign. In flyers, emails, and text messages, the union warned its members that Sanders’s “Medicare for all” plan would “end Culinary Healthcare.”

The culinary union has good reason to oppose Sanders’s plan. It provides top-tier benefits to 130,000 workers and their families. “Medicare for all” would destroy these benefits and saddle union members with far worse coverage.

Unions across the country have negotiated hard to provide generous health coverage to their members. In 2018, three-quarters of union members had access to dental benefits, compared with just half of nonunion workers. Some unions have even negotiated premium-free health benefits.

Sanders’s “Medicare for all” proposal would invalidate union health plans and force all their members into the same government-run plan as every other person.

In Nevada, that would mean the end of the Culinary Health Fund, which provides some of the best coverage in the state. Benefits include access to a members-only clinic that provides 24/7 urgent care, along with dental, vision, and pediatric care. Union clinics like this tend to offer high-quality care and have helped members save hundreds of dollars a month. (read more)

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182 Responses to Nevada Poll: Breadline Bernie Holds Commanding Lead – Picks Up Coveted de Blasio Endorsement…

  1. Looks like the little Commie witch AOC is running Bernie’s campaign. Seems like she has to give her approval on all major policy decisions.

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  2. Sentient says:

    Bernie probably has a better chance in the general than Gay Pete or Lieawatha or Gropey Joe That’s not saying much.

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  3. ezpz2 says:

    Didn’t Steyer drop out?
    Hard to keep up with these kooks.
    With apologies to kooks.

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  4. simplewins says:

    “Lightbringer of free stuff”
    Kudos to Sundance for that line. LMAO

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  5. sundance says:

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  6. Kirsty I says:

    A contested Democrat Convention would be great sport!
    Will they screw Bernie again/won’t they screw Bernie again?
    Either way, PDJT wins. However, it will be fun to watch!

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    • MACAULAY says:

      It is truly fine entertainment and we ought to treat it as entertainment…or at least..not so seriously.

      The Socialists versus the Oligarchs.

      It has been going on at least back to ancient Athens…which is to be expected, as history will repeat itself, or at least rhyme…until human nature changes…which it hasn’t in at least a few thousand years.

      Trump Folks, thehuge Middle Class between Socialists and Oligarchs—had a good week last week; not so good this week…it’s a long battle. Next week will be better.

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    • BebeTarget / abdb61 says:

      It will really get interesting if there is a brokered convention. Heard John Kerry offered himself up for the job.

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  7. Bendix says:

    Ha the leading Democrat is not a Democrat.
    Michael Bloomberg isn’t really a Democrat either. Some party.

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  8. mallardcove says:

    sundance has been dead on all along about Bloomberg. He is slowly rising. He has been the guy all along. I honestly think he is the guy making the nomination acceptance speech when the dust settles in July. Let’s just hope its a bloody drawn out fight.

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  9. Blind no Longer says:

    If this commie were to ever become President….SCREWED doesn’t describe what we’d be!!

    Some days, and this is one of them, I just think to myself, am I living in the United States of America?
    How in the hell did we get here…with a socialist aka communist leading in the Democrat Party?

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  10. Mike says:

    Bernie is on track for the nomination. Presumably he will come in first or second in most of the primaries and there are no winner take all primaries. The Dems made a major mistake in front loading a major portion of the delegates decided by Super Tuesday, 40%. This helps Bernie because it leaves little time for another major contender to emerge. Bernie has his 25% to 30% of the voters locked up and he has the organization and money to be competitive in every state.

    However, Bernie probably won’t have 1991 delegates to win on the first ballot, which then brings in the superdelegates starting from the second round onwards. Will the Dem Establishment steal the nomination from Bernie who will have the most delegates from the primaries and risk splitting the party? Inquiring minds want to know.

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    • erm9164 says:

      I think the fact that 45% of the voting age electorate doesn’t show up to vote,the power of the MSM in propagandizing the news,and the brainwashing of our youth in schools accounts for the ability of a relatively small number of socialists/communists to rise to a position of power in the Democrat party.It does look like Bloomberg has been chosen as the DNC elites answer to stopping Bernie.
      Unless things drastically turn around it would appear Biden and Warren’s paths stop after South Carolina.Bloomberg will probably garner the bigger share of the Biden voters and the Warren votes would most likely split between Sanders and maybe Bootygay.Given the special treatment granted to Bloomberg by the DNC,the Sanders voters have already targeted him as the guy trying to steal it from their guy.
      I agree with you that Bernie doesn’t get to 1991 on the first round, and the super delegates will hand the nomination to Bloomberg on the second ballot,making Milwaukee look like Chicago ’68.The DNC will hope the coup plotters somehow succeed in bringing POTUS down in the next few months,but if not I think they will be willing to watch Bloomberg go down in flames and blame the commies for his loss.
      Where they go from there is anyone’s guess.I wouldn’t be at all surprised to see 4 major parties vying for power in 2024 unless the President can translate his overwhelming popularity in the Republican Party into increased MAGA seats in both the House and Senate.I just can’t see the commies accepting another “theft” by the DNC without breaking away,and I could most definitely see a MAGA party on the horizon should the RINOs persist in helping the Democrats to make his second term a repeat of the incessant investigations and obstruction of his agenda we have seen in his first.

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    • Darren says:

      The race is Bernie verses Bloomberg. My money is on Bloomberg. The whole neo-liberal apparatus is going to be hitting all gears. I’m more afraid of Bloomberg in the general election. But Bernie is a lot more scary. At least with Bloomberg, he is the globalist devil we already know. Bernie would completely destroy the country.

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      • Tl Howard says:

        It depends on how the two houses of the legislature treat Bernie. They will NOT be full of AOC’s. YOu might actually see the GOP and the Dems opposing him.

        Thing is, it’s the middle class whose savings will be stolen by Bernie.

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      • shevee says:

        If Bloomer & the DNC steal the nomination from Bernie, his crazy cult followers will stay home or vote for Trump out of spite.

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    • trialbytruth says:

      Yes of course BUT Bernie will how out gracefully after.having to cancel an appearance due to health issues and bulging bank accounts. He is old his supporters will mostly accept it and go along with him simply releasing his delegates to follow their hearts as the best way to beat Trump yaddy yaddy yadda

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    • trialbytruth says:

      Yes of course BUT Bernie will how out gracefully after.having to cancel an appearance due to health issues and bulging bank accounts. He is old his supporters will mostly accept it and go along with him simply releasing his delegates to follow their hearts as the best way to beat Trump yaddy yaddy yadda

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  11. Zippy says:

    Ah, yes, a commie who honeymooned in the Soviet Union and the son of a Marxist professor running 1st and 2nd for the Dim nomination.

    Someone should fund a large bronze bust of Joseph McCarthy for the Senate chambers marked “Senator Joseph R. McCarthy – American Hero.”

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  12. emet says:

    A friend in the culinary union got cosmetic surgery as a paid medical benefit. Las Vegas must be the breast implant capital.

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  13. John Doe says:

    2 words: Harry Reid

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  14. GKC says:

    “the integrity of our primaries are incredibly serious. ” The stupidity lives loudly within this one.

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  15. Moe Grimm says:

    This is amazing. That this collection of abject morons could be considered for the office of the president of the United States. I see this now and of course regularly, but that it’s actually surreal is always what comes to first and instantly to mind. And that not long ago all of them would have been instantly rejected as a farce. This is what it has come to. And today, McCabe gets another free pass while Stone faces as many as nine years even though Trump will surely, I pray, pardon him unless some state level marxist picks it up. At times I almost wish PDT would lose next Nov. so that the serpent is fully released and we can get this over with. Not at ll that I want to start stacking bodies, but some days it’s almost too much. Surely a reckoning is near. I just hope I live to participate. I feel terrible for our kids. Had we acted earlier I believe this scourge could have been prevented – government, academia, press, and more. Everything I’ve rigorously studied indicates our Founding Fathers would have already been shooting. Probably 25 years ago at that.

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    • Daniel M. Camac says:

      Moe, you’ve pretty much wrapped it up in a nutshell. I’m still hoping for a miracle.
      Our President has done things that I never thought possible in these last 3 years despite
      totally negative propaganda via the enemedia and the Damncrats (plus some RINOS) fighting him on every issue so I still hold out hope.

      Your comment about him losing in November so the serpent is released really struck a chord with me but I guess I’m an optimist. I’ve felt like that many times these past few years but I am still counting on OUR President to guide us to a better place.

      I miss Wolfpack, Wolfgang or whatever their name was that used to post here. He/she said many moons ago that things would be just like this, one day we win, one day we lose, up and down, up and down.

      My powder is dry and will remain that way until the time is right.

      Aim small, miss small.

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      • Moe Grimm says:

        Well stated. I hear you. I’m still holding on. Surely this level of treachery has reached God’s scrutiny. Not to be cast lightly, but this Guy I’ve come to know is surely watching. I’m keeping mine dry too. Stacking this and more deep. Makes e even more angry as at this in my life I have, and have had better damn things to do with my money. But it doesn’t look good. Every Day another abomination – here is but one more being seeded about the Goolag errornet… https://twitter.com/NatSecLisa/status/1228426073131692037.

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        • jumpinjarhead says:

          He is indeed watching and up to now, very long-suffering in being increasingly rejected and even ridiculed by more and more of our countrymen.

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    • jumpinjarhead says:

      Americans, collectively, have no one to blame but themselves. There has been, and continues to be, too many with attitudes like: “what happens in (pick your hellhole) won’t affect me,” “who cares about his/her “morals”/ideology, I like his/her looks, body, companionship, acting, music, athleticism etc., etc.,” “why vote, it won’t matter anyway,” “why go to that tea party meeting, there is a game on the TV,” etc., etc.

      The increasing self-absorption, mongrelization, hedonism and moral and spiritual bankruptcy of our “culture” has an inexorable corrosive effect on every aspect of our society, including politics and governance.

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      • Merle Marks says:

        People get the President they deserve…

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        • jumpinjarhead says:

          Not just the President but the rest of the government that rules over us with very little thought of empathy for the actual effects of its policies and practices. We also get the “society” and “culture” we deserve where we have pretty much sat on the sidelines occupied by far more important things like sports and reality shows while the field was occupied by increasingly radical progressivists and perverts pushing the bounds of what is “acceptable” in every facet of our lives beyond points that few of us would ever have dreamed in our worst nightmares.

          It may be worthwhile to think back even just 20 years ago to see just how successful these people have been in incrementally overturning most of our Judeo-Christian heritage and values to the point that heterosexual people of faith in these Judeo-Christian principles are openly discriminated against by both our own governments and more and more “woke” Americans as well as marginalized to the point we are considered the aberration (which of course has long been the end state sought by many of these radical groups). Essentially, we are now subject to the tyranny of fewer than 2% of our population because of the vast majority of Americans were just either “too busy” or willfully ignorant to even voice rational opposition, much less actually become involved in the fight, against these myriad “new normals” that together have brought us to this sorry state where the world is truly being turned upside down with the pathologically abnormal supplanting the normal that had brought America to its greatness.

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  16. robert van brunt says:

    “Coveted. De Blasio endorsement” That’s Gold Sundace Gold!

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  17. emet says:

    Las Vegas Culinary Union. In the 70s their leader/organizer Al Bramlet was bombing restaurants that refused to unionize. Eventually he was killed for refusing to pay for a dud bombing.

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  18. Big deal … a bunch of septuagenarians or worse who lost last time, and who bring no implementable new ideas this time – only baseless “radicalism” – against PDJT? Good grief, why bother?

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    • So true Mike Robinson.

      A lot of us have not bothered to keep up with this silly Dem primary season.

      We are waiting for them to pick one so we can get on with the real fun.

      The General election season when our wonderful Pres Trump is engaged and things start to finally get INTERESTING.

      Until then it is a great big yawn with all of these morons and clowns.

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    • jumpinjarhead says:

      Don’t forget the youthful homosexual.

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  19. gunrunner03 says:

    I cannot wait for the “debates.” Bernie and others talking about “the working man” and ” the families,” that they aren’t being taken care of. President Trump is going to wipe the floor with whomever it is that’s the Dem candidate.

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  20. Right to reply says:

    Yes, 25% for Bernie is worrying. A bunch of lazy SOB’s who think everyone owes them. Raised like victims, yet given everything. Biden on the other hand. 18%…Seriously? We have that many disgusting brain-dead people prepared to vote for Mr Gaff?

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    • WSB says:

      Is this the same poll that projected Hillary winning 97% at 6 PM on Election Day 2016?

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    • Don’t forget the Unions here in Las Vegas are primarily made up of Hispanics who love socialism especially in the USA where the host is even wealthier for the parasites to feed on. The casinos here bus them to the polls and their Unions hand out pamphlets on property with all of the usual commie “workers rights, for the little guy, free this, free that” jargon on them. So these people are here to take from us and have it handed to them. That is what they want.

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  21. freespeechfanatic says:

    This is the ascendant power in the democrat party. I called it a year ago. Pelosi and Schumer are dinosaurs.

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  22. SarahB says:

    It’s finally clear to me that biden never was a candidate.
    The only game the dems have played has been the “identity” candidates who come with a loyal following.
    They played “Isn’t it time for a black president?”, and that stuck us with obama.
    They played “Isn’t it time for a woman president?”, and that almost stuck us with clinton.
    Now they’re playing “Isn’t it time for a woman/queer/jew president?”
    What could they have used for biden?….. “Isn’t it time for an idiot president?”
    I have found it curiously coincidental that it could sort out to be bernie through the front door and bloomberg through the side door, the prevailing one going against someone whose ear is occupied by the kushners.
    BTW—- Nevada is gone. I’m here and I’m leaving after the elections if there’s anywhere left.

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  23. alliwantissometruth says:

    “Bernie’s socialized government takeover of healthcare is not sitting well with the Nevada unions”

    The real problem today is politics and government have become nothing more than special interest giveaways, and too many Americans base their votes on what’s in it for them

    So Nevada unions are against him because of a government takeover of healthcare, but if that wasn’t an issue they’d vote for him?

    Huh? What about his socialist policies? What about turning the country into a socialist third world sh*thole? What about their own children having to grow up in and live in a destroyed freedom-less America?

    Americans, especially democrats, (Americans in name only) have truly forgotten what the idea of America is all about and what the concept means and represents

    Nothing matters to them except their own narrow minded self interests

    It’s utterly disgusting

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  24. emet says:

    By the way, some of the culinary union jobs are highly lucrative. In 1977 I sat at the bar at the Desert Inn for two hours watching with curiosity as the bartender stole $100 to $150 by using the bar towel to wipe the casino chips (used as tender) from the bar into the ice container, to be retrieved later presumably. He also arranged two acts of prostitution, a drug deal, and something to do with a sports bet. This in addition to $85 in shift pay and 10% of the tips of the cocktail waitresses he was servicing. And…impossible to fire him.

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    • Amazing emet.

      I saw the exact same thing happen at a different casino bar years later.

      I watched the bartender swipe casino chips in the exact same way from drunken customers.

      Is this something they teach in bartender school?

      Anyway, I didn’t see the prostitution or the sports bet but I did see a drug deal.

      Things really never change.

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    • Tl Howard says:

      Casinos are loaded with cameras. Why didn’t the cameras catch him?

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      • The cameras are serviced by the same company that services the cameras in Epstein’s jail………………………….

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      • I know of one major casino that, finally, installed night vision cameras in their bars and then hired some people to watch those cameras. They caught so many thieving bartenders. It was amazing. Prior to that their Surveillance departments were tasked with watching the casino not the bars. Now that they are becoming lean, mean profit machines they are now going after the Food and Beverage Departments and looking to weed out the thieves in those departments. For year F&B was overlooked. Not anymore.

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        • Tl Howard says:

          Gee, I didn’t know that. I’d have thought no one was more “lean, mean profit machines” than the casinos in Reno, Tahoe, and LV I frequented in the 60s and 70s.

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    • WSB says:

      Smart dude. Probably a CEO of something in town now.

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  25. thedoc00 says:

    It is all going to plan, even with fake hand wringing over Bernie’s lead as the incentive to pick a savior at the convention. At this pace nobody has the votes to actually win the primary and the streets of Milwaukee will be look nostalgically like Chicago 1968. Brokered convention is coming, expect Bernie to have a major cabinet post and Barrack scheduled to be nominated at NWO Chairman of the UN General Assembly. when its all done … Bloomberg (1 and done) and Mooch Obama still look like a decent guess.

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  26. Jus wundrin says:

    Who would da bern pick as VP? Crazy cortex? Decommie0? Lind a cockroach sarsour?

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  27. kleen says:

    They might let Bernie win but will impose one of their swampees as the VP. Then Bernie will sell himself out of the ticket and let the VP be the candidate. You know his Dr will recommend he drops out for his fragile health.

    Radicals will fall for that and not revolt.

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  28. sunnyflower5 says:

    The little pervert is still buying his way into the election….

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  29. getfitnow says:

    FTA – There are three widely proclaimed verities now bandied about in the aftermath of the Democratic presidential primary in New Hampshire on Tuesday.

    They are that Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) is a clear front-runner with a chance for a break-through to a commanding lead in the quest for the nomination. The second is that former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg is a serious candidate with a chance for the Democratic nomination, and the third is that former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has been providentially assisted by the disintegration of the candidacy of former Vice President Joe Biden and the bunching together of Sanders, Buttigieg, and Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.), and will seize the leadership of the race when he gets to the ballot in 15 states simultaneously on Super Tuesday, March 3.

    I think all three of these deductions are mistaken.
    https://amgreatness.com/2020/02/13/conventional-wisdom-about-the-democrats-primary-is-wrong/

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    • Sammy Hains says:

      “He is facile and articulate, but not qualified and lacks the gravitas, experience, and inherent qualities of leadership and self-confidence the presidency requires from any serious candidate.”

      Is Conrad Black talking about Buttigieg, or 0bama?
      The similarities between these two are eerie.
      Buttigieg is dangerous because just like 0bama 12 years ago, you can’t hit something with Zero substance.

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      • WSB says:

        But edge edge’s father is MALTESE.

        Can someone square that with our Constitution and a new sheriff in town?

        Obama, can you hear me about your British subject father?

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        • Sammy Hains says:

          Not worth the time going down that avenue. The “sheriff” when it comes to interpreting the 14th Amendment is the Supreme Court.

          The only way to fix it is to get the Supreme Court to recognize that the 14th Amendment was illegally ratified by the Congress who pushed it through after several states withdrew their approval.

          Ironically, the Democrats trying to force the ERA 40 years after the deadline expired could give the SCOTUS just the opening they need to do it. But I would not bet on that as long as John Roberts is the “swing vote” on the Court.

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      • jumpinjarhead says:

        There will also be some of the same phenomenon that helped Barack Hussein Obama rule for 8 interminable years—-whites feeling obligated by guilt or the need to be hip and oh-so-very-open-minded to vote for the “electric Negro.” In similar fashion, there will like be many who will feel compelled to vote for the homosexual.

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    • Sammy Hains says:

      “To be a believable presidential candidate a person must have extensive experience of the federal government or have been a state governor, or held a high military command, or achieved a great deal in private-sector activity. (The only two in the last category are Wendell Willkie, the Republican nominee in 1940, and Donald Trump). Pete Buttigieg checks none of those boxes”

      I wish Mr. Black would tell us which of those boxes Barack 0bama checked in 2008.
      We might be waiting a while for that answer.

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  30. kleen says:

    Abrams to Host Bloomberg After Candidate Makes $5 Million Donation to Abrams’ Organization

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  31. donnyvee says:

    I’m throwing this question out to my fellow treepers. As a resident of Nevada, I’m thinking of changing my party affiliation to vote for Bernie. Plus I would get their e-mails and letters to keep an eye on what they’re up to.
    THOUGHTS EVERYONE?

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  32. JohnCasper says:

    Frankly, given the other democrat offerings, if I was forced to choose on of them as President, it would be Sanders.

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  33. JohnCasper says:

    I’ll say this about Sanders. Anyone who can put down both Biden and Warren (and hopefully mini-Harvey Weinstein Mike) can’t be all bad.

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  34. Publius2016 says:

    Didn’t Steyer drop out?

    If not why??

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  35. Carrie says:

    I’m wondering if it isn’t easier for PDJT to defeat Bernie than Bloomberg. Bernie has a loyal core, but older Americans are vehemently against socialism or communism in any form and the Democrats I know who hold reasonable jobs completely reject him. I’m more concerned about cheating with Bloomberg- he’s already bypassed the debates and is allowing the other candidates to tear each other apart while he just buys ads which can skew the truth easily. He is also a globalist through and through and his allegiance to China is frightening. I think I want Bernie to win the primaries. (Even though if he wins, America would change inextricably- I’m just hoping that could never happen).

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    • I now what you mean about Sanders Carrie.

      For a lot of Dem voters the socialist ideals that Sanders promotes are just too much to swallow.

      They will not “hold their nose and pull the lever” to vote for him if he is the Dem candidate for President.

      They will stay home or leave the Presidential vote unchecked on their ballot.

      Any of the other candidates they might be able to convince themselves that “well he/she is not too bad and I must support the party so they will cast their vote for “their parties candidate” even though the candidate is not their first choice.

      Sanders is just a candidate too far for a lot of Dem voters.

      They will not support him.

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  36. chojun says:

    Sundance makes a very good point by bringing up Antifa.

    Everyone realizes that when Trump wins against a Bernie candidacy there’s going to be riots, right?

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  37. Shrike says:

    Here’s an article from 2016 that predicts what a Bernie Sanders presidency would be like. Not pretty at all.
    http://sultanknish.blogspot.com/2016/02/the-first-year-of-president-bernie.html

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  38. bessie2003 says:

    The other day I mentioned that commercials in support of Warren with Obama’s voice were running in northern Nevada; two days ago those are no longer running but ones with Obama endorsing Bloomberg are now running!

    In a conversation the other day with strangers here in Nevada who are going to be attending their different caucus locations none of them ever mentioned Biden or Sanders; were leaning toward Steyer, Mayor Pete or the salad comb lady.

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  39. conservalicious says:

    Happy Valentines Day fellow Treepers!

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  40. rigst4 says:

    HA HA HA HA HA HA. This crap is so entertaining, I absolutely LOVE IT that Sanders is getting so much of the democrat vote. They really are a party of nothing of value. Their people are all garbage. But, almost half the country votes for democrat so what does that tell you???? The end is near for the United States as a concept. It is devolving into third-world, banana republic status. Sadly. And I see Hillary is at 13% and not even running, yet, but you know that the “undecided” vote is Hillary. When Sanders has his next big heart attack, Hillary will step in to “help out” the country. Will Hillary pick Oprah or AOC or Butt-geek for her running mate???

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  41. Jus wundrin says:

    DOJ scum let McCabe walk.

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  42. CO Gal says:

    Mayor Pete not playing so well in Nevada if this poll holds.

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  43. Tl Howard says:

    I want to smash Sean Hannity in the face. “Premeditated fraud on a FISA Court.” Over and over and over…..P*O*W*

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  44. WSB says:

    The coveted Warren Wilhelm III HillarNatzi award. Mmmmmmmmm…..cannot wait!

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  45. starfcker says:

    What’s up with the Buttpirate? He sort of disappears in the polling here and in South Carolina. If we come to the conclusion that Biden’s numbers are fake, Bernie’s about to have a hell of a run.

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  46. AndrewJackson says:

    May God bless us to run against a communist. Bernie is a dream canidate for me. End the hard left with a resounding electoral and popular vote victory. Remember, Bernie got 5% of Iowa Dems over 65. This guy will get anihalated in all the swing States.

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  47. ezgoer says:

    Every Democrat candidate will be in favor of government run health care and the elimination of private insurance either now or at some point in the near term. They just aren’t honest about it. There is NO SUCH THING as a moderate Democrat.

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  48. ChampagneReady says:

    This is why the Culinary thugs in the union are going after Sanders.

    First these union leaders cull out their favorite in the primary, try to intimidate their union members to vote for that candidate ONLY. Extorting them for their dues and using that money. Those leaders sure don’t want that nominee to be Bernie Sanders. But this time Bernie followers are wise to the rigging operation the DNC pulled on them with Clinton. They’re not about to let it happen again.

    This union (60,000 strong) was Reid’s mafia operation for every election when he was senator. They would even bus union members to the polls and watch them as they went in to the voting booth to vote to insure maximum intimidation that they voted ONLY DEMOCRAT. I remember reading several stories about it in past Nevada elections

    Since Trump took office, union membership has been decimated to only one-third of what it was and the union leaders are desperate. Trump has unions on their way to being extinct.

    They will use any measures necessary to throw Trump out. And I mean ANY.

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  49. Magabear says:

    de Blasio’s endorsement should net comrade Bernie another half dozen votes or so. 😆

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  50. Casandra says:

    In the UK the socialist government nearly bought the country to it’s knees in the 1970s, it’s horrendous to think what ‘Breadline Bernie’ or is it ‘Holodomor Sanders, could do to America’s vibrant economy? The only beneficiaries will be all those sculptor artists being commissioned to build statues around the country of their Dear Leader.

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