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Food to go: This feels appropriate, somehow.

Democratic primaries continue

What happened: As the coronavirus spreads, the United States Democratic presidential primaries continue apace. Last week, a closed race so far became less tight, even if it is apparently far from over.

What Really it happened: The endless Democratic presidential primaries dragged on last week, after a Super Tuesday that saw Joe Biden jump to the leading position quite easily, prompting Senator Elizabeth Warren and Michael Bloomberg to leave, leaving things as one Direct race between former Vice President President Joe Biden and Senator Bernie Sanders. (Yes, Tulsi Gabbard still technically works, but still.)

With the momentum clearly on Biden’s side, Sanders began to speak of Tuesday’s primaries in Michigan as the turning point, predicting victory in the state in a repeat of his 2016 performance against Hillary Clinton. It would be, he predicted, proof that it was a movement that was not only growing, but was the only option to defeat Donald Trump in November. So how did that work for Sanders? The answer is “not very well”.

The same was true in other states, with Biden winning big in every state voting, with the exception of Washington, where he divided the delegates equally with Sanders, and North Dakota, which Sanders won.

Overnight, a series of anti-Biden hashtags started trending on Twitter.

Of course, not everyone is convinced when hashtags about US politics. USA They start to have a tendency when most of the country is asleep. (Look, it looks suspicious, but maybe he true The left revolution comes from a group of insomniacs, okay?)

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Even though things seemed to be following Biden’s path, Sanders refused to resign, awaiting tonight’s debate, although some believe it is simply a feint to allow him to leave gracefully.

There is a certain irony that Sanders’ supporters resist calls for his candidate to quit when they did the same to Warren a week earlier. However, opinions were divided on whether Sanders was making the right choice.

For those wondering why the Sanders campaign seems to be stagnant, there were plenty of people trying to answer that question.

But whatever happens in the primary campaign, Democrats will unite to vote for the candidate in November, right?

Food to go: Meanwhile, perhaps in the clearest sign that Biden is the nomination favorite yet, he started talking as if he was giving a speechless speech in the general election.

Alex Jones DWI arrest

What happened: Meanwhile, InfoWars’ Alex Jones was arrested on charges of drunk driving. It turns out that the Internet was not very understanding.

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