Jihad Caucus Crushed in Tuesday Democrat Primaries as Biden Sweeps Primaries

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Biden’s win a severe blow to the neo-Nazi democrat party.

After Six More States Vote, Biden Takes Commanding Lead:

With similar numbers to those we saw a week ago (Fox News).  If you were watching CNN, you might have thought Sanders took the state of Mississippi (Twitter). Interesting exit poll finding most Democrats in Mississippi want Medicare for all (NBC News).  From the Wall Street Journal editorial board: The mass voter mobilization of the proletariat that Mr. Sanders promises simply hasn’t materialized. As that fact becomes clearer to Democrats who want to win in November, Bernie’s chances of a comeback diminish even more (WSJ).

Biden builds on momentum with Michigan and Missouri wins, in blow to Sanders

By Gregg Re | Fox News March 11, 2020:

Joe Biden addresses supporters after primary wins in Mississippi, Missouri and Michigan

Former Vice President Joe Biden says America needs steady presidential leadership that is honest, trusted and truthful.

Joe Biden swept to victory in Michigan’s pivotal primary contest Tuesday, while notching wins elsewhere in the Midwest and the South, building on the former vice president’s momentum from Super Tuesday a week ago and further clouding Sen. Bernie Sanders’ path forward in the presidential race.

Saying America needs a president who “believes in empathy and compassion and respect for everyone,” rather than one bent on divisiveness, Biden sounded a measured tone as he addressed supporters in Philadelphia late Tuesday.

“To all those who are knocked down, to all those who have been counted out, left behind — this is your campaign,” Biden said, his remarks frequently looking ahead to November’s general election. “Just a few weeks ago, many of the pundits had declared this candidacy dead. Now we’re very much alive.”

Biden acknowledged “there’s a way to go,” but said it looks like “we’re gonna have another good night.”

It is too early to project a winner in North Dakota or Washington state, where polls have now also closed. With 67 percent of precincts reporting in Washington state, the two candidates were locked at 33 percent each. (Washington has vote-by-mail balloting, and other candidates who have since suspended their campaigns, including Elizabeth Warren, Michael Bloomberg and Pete Buttigieg, received votes prior to Tuesday.)

But Biden quickly claimed victories Tuesday night in Missouri and Mississippi, as well as Michigan, the largest delegate prize of the night. The Associated Press called the race in Idaho for Biden shortly after midnight, as well.

Biden was up 53 percent to 38 percent in Michigan with roughly 86 percent of precincts reporting; he was posting even larger margins of victory in Mississippi and Missouri as of late Tuesday night. With these three wins alone, Biden was likely to substantially grow his delegate lead over Sanders, even as the results of the three other races remain outstanding.
Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden, accompanied by his wife Jill, speaks to members of the press at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia, Tuesday, March 10, 2020. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden, accompanied by his wife Jill, speaks to members of the press at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia, Tuesday, March 10, 2020. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

The win in Michigan, in particular, was a body blow to Sanders, who narrowly pulled off an upset in the state four years ago against Hillary Clinton and had fought anew to demonstrate his appeal in the vital Rust Belt state this time around. The Midwestern battleground state helped send President Trump to the White House.

Biden, in his remarks, seemed to extend a hand to Sanders supporters — thanking the candidate and his voters for their “tireless energy and their passion.”

“This campaign is taking off, and I believe we’re gonna do well from this point on,” Biden said, adding that he wouldn’t take “anything for granted.”

“Donald Trump’s ‘America First’ policies made America alone,” Biden went on, citing the U.S. withdrawal from an international climate change agreement. “Four more years [of Trump] would forever and fundamentally change the character of this nation. We can’t let that happen.”

Biden noted that he had canceled a planned rally in Ohio due to the coronavirus, following the guidance of local authorities. Sanders did the same.

‘Just a few weeks ago, many of the pundits had declared this candidacy dead. Now we’re very much alive.’
— Joe Biden

But Sanders’ campaign said he would not speak publicly at all Tuesday night — the first time the candidate has declined to address supporters in the aftermath of a primary vote this campaign season.

“There’s no sugar coating this. It’s a tough time for the movement,” Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., one of Sanders’ most prominent surrogates, said on Instagram.

The upcoming March 17 primary in Florida is expected to be challenging for Sanders as well.

Separately, House Majority Whip Rep. Jim Clyburn, D-S.C., told NPR that the Democratic National Committee should “shut this primary down” so that Biden doesn’t get “himself

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