The vote today could be very predictive as to whether or not the Marxist/Progressives (Democrats) will have a brokered convention. Will Bloomberg and Klobuchar have enough support to remain in the race. Warren has said she is a stubborn Oklahoman of with enough Indian blood to keep her in the race until the convention. Time will tell. If Klobuchar does not show some strength, she will not have the finances to continue. Will Bloomberg do well enough to convince him to continue to spend his money.
Read the news Wednesday morning and I can guarantee you the pundits will absolutely know what is about to happen, and if you do not believe me, just ask them.
If Wednesday shows that the chances of any candidate receiving enough delegates to win on the first ballot is not very good, July in Milwaukee will probably make Chicago in 1968 look like a picnic, and Humphrey was nominated on the first ballot.
We cannot use polls any longer to have an idea as what will happen. Polls no longer are conducted to try to predict accurately the outcome of elections, but are instead conducted to promoted specific candidates. Perhaps the biggest question is, will Warren really lose her home state of Massachusetts. If she does, it will make it very difficult for her.
The one thing I can say for certain is that Attorney General Barr is very relieved the discussion is centered on Super Tuesday and the coronavirus and not Roger Stone.
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