Super Tuesday is mostly composed of conservative-based states. Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia all have a Republican foundation, even on the moderate Democratic side. They also outweigh the benefits given off by more liberal and progressive states, such as Colorado, Minnesota, and especially Vermont. Let me say this right now: Donald Trump will be the Republican nominee. But…despite popular claims, we could see changes in the Democratic primaries if things go the right way for Bernie Sanders.
Once a commanding figure in the Republican party, the so-called Elephant in the Room had problems attracting support for his presidential campaign since day one. He found himself in a lot of arguments — against Rand Paul in the very beginning and against Marco Rubio at the very end. It gave him a sense of a bully, a bit of a corrupt one at that. He attacked Marco Rubio blatantly, and in short it caused both of them lost a lot of support because of it.
I’m sorry, Hillary fans, but your candidate is getting a little desperate. We’re seeing a repeat of 2008: her lead is erasing itself. But, most of you Hillary supporters like Barack Obama. Give Bernie Sanders a try. But don’t worry, Hillary supporters, welcome to America. She’ll probably end up winning the electoral vote — the one that matters in the primaries AND the general. As for the popular vote? Sanders would and will win, no question asked.