Super Tuesday: Biden Wins Big, Bernie Bags CA, Bloomberg Biggest Loser After Warren

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Super Tuesday: Biden Wins Big, Bernie Bags CA, Bloomberg Biggest Loser After Warren

Bloomberg walked away with American Samoa and it Only cost him $500 million. (TLB) ed.


Biden’s campaign was broke and all but dead until he won South Carolina on Saturday. The revival that unfolded across 14 states last night was built not only on strong support from African Americans but also a consolidation of white, establishment Democrats around the former vice president.

“They don’t call it Super Tuesday for nothing,” Biden declared at a rally in Los Angeles.

The night ended with Biden dominant, including surprise wins in Minnesota and Texas

  • Biden wins Virginia, North Carolina, Alabama, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Minnesota, Arkansas, Massachusetts, Maine, & Texas
  • Bernie wins Vermont, Colorado, Utah, & California
  • Bloomberg wins American Samoa?


But, as Axios notes, this won’t be over for a long time. Sanders’ enduring appeal to younger voters, Latinos and progressives foreshadows a long fight, especially in the West, but Biden’s wins in states where he hadn’t even competed were the story of the night.

A veteran strategist said of the late but swift rally around Biden: “Bernie terror finally took hold in a big way.”

Despite having nothing to show for his $500 million except American Samoa, Mike Bloomberg wants everyone to know he has no intention of getting elbowed out of the presidential race, even as fellow moderates are dropping out and endorsing Joe Biden.

The Trump campaign puts out a statement:

The results only increase the likelihood that no candidate will have enough delegates for a first ballot victory at their convention, which only means more chaos! The media is hyperventilating about Joe Biden but everyone should remember that he is just as terrible a candidate right now as he was a few days ago.”

Even if Bernie is not on November’s ballot, his big government socialist ideas will be because they have become mainstream in today’s Democrat Party. President Trump will wipe the floor with whatever Democrat is unlucky enough to be the nominee.”


VIRGINIA (99 delegates)

Winner: Joe Biden

The former VP got 66% of the black vote. Bloomberg was a distant third which is a major blow given the time and effort he focused in that state.

VERMONT (16 delegates)

Winner: Bernie Sanders

100% expected to clinch his home state. Mike Bloomberg in 4th behind Warren

NORTH CAROLINA (110 delegates)

Winner: Joe Biden

NBC’s Kornacki showing exit polls showing “a landslide” for Joe Biden in North Carolina. He’s crushing among African Americans and winning by double digits among white voters too.

AMERICAN SAMOA (6 delegates)

Winner: Mike Bloomberg

“A decisive victory, we are led to believe, over Tulsi Gabbard…” says MSNBC’s Brian Williams on Bloomberg’s win in American Samoa.

ALABAMA (52 delegates)

Winner: Joe Biden

Exit polls again showing huge support among African Americans powering Biden to a big win in Alabama, per MSNBC.

OKLAHOMA (37 delegates)

Winner: Joe Biden

Fox is calling it for Joe – With 413 of 1,948 precincts reporting, Biden 32%, Sanders 23%, Bloomberg 17%, Warren 14%, Gabbard 2%.

COLORADO (67 delegates)

Winner: Bernie Sanders

NBC project Bloomberg finishing second in Colorado.

TENNESSEE (64 delegates)

Winner: Joe Biden

MINNESOTA (75 delegates)

Winner: Joe Biden

Biden winning Minnesota is first genuine whoa of the night, apparently after he was endorsed by Amy Klobuchar. Bernie Sanders carried the state in 2016.

ARKANSAS (31 delegates)

Winner: Joe Biden

UTAH (29 delegates)

Winner: Bernie Sanders

Fox projects Sanders as the winner, Biden is 4th.

MASSACHUSETTS (91 delegates)

Winner: Joe Biden

“They don’t call it Super Tuesday for nothing,” Biden says. Warren finishes 3rd in her home state.

CALIFORNIA (415 delegates)

Winner: Bernie Sanders

Worth noting the significance of AP feeling confident enough to call Sanders winning California, the state with the largest number of delegates, immediately after polls closed. Sanders is polling 12 points ahead of Biden in California, according to Real Clear Politics average of polls.

TEXAS (228 delegates)

Winner: Joe Biden

By the way, Donald Trump has a big lead in the race for the Republican presidential nomination. With 1,276 bound delegates needed to win, Trump has 548 delegates right now, versus former Massachusetts Gov. William Weld, with 1.


The market is bid on the back of Biden’s gains for now…

When asked if Mike Bloomberg will drop out tonight, Bloomberg Campaign Manager Kevin Sheekey says, “absolutely not.” President Trump has other ideas..

Hillary Clinton tells NPR she doesn’t plan to endorse anyone.

“I am going to say the same thing I’ve been saying from the beginning of this vigorous primary contest: I hope the voters will pick the person that is most able to beat Donald Trump in the electoral college. At the end of the day, that is all that matters.”

It appears The DNC have pulled out all the dirty tricks to defeat Bernie…


But, Sanders strikes a defiant tone.

“Tonight I can tell you with absolute confidence we are going to win the Democratic nomination.”

Trump tweets Warren was the loser of the night, other than Bloomberg, he says…



(TLB) published this report from ZeroHedge as compiled and commented on by Tyler Durden. 

This article/report was edited by The Liberty Beacon to reflect a timely up-date of Super Tuesday.



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