Hannity: Biden campaign on life support

Hannity: Biden campaign on life support

Published on Feb 12, 2020

Biden campaign thought he’d ride in on Obama’s coat tails.

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Hannity: Biden campaign on life support

Feb. 13, 2020 - 9:07 - Biden campaign thought he’d ride in on Obama’s coat tails.

https://video.foxnews.com/v/6132053492001?playlist_id=930909813001#sp=show-clips

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FoxNews analyst Dana Perino said the REAL reason Biden left New Hampshire was
not necessarily to get a “head start” in South Carolina.

She said he probably left New Hampshire
to avoid all the press people asking things like this . . .

Mr. Biden is it true you are dropping out of the race now?

Mr. Biden, what does it mean that your fundraising is drying up?

Mr. Biden. You ran on a predicate of electibility. What does it mean that you can not even win over these Democrat primary electorates?

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Even CNN is starting to see Biden fading.

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How Joe Biden lost his front-runner status

By Maeve Reston, Eric Bradner, Arlette Saenz, Jessica Dean and Sarah Mucha, CNN

Updated 8:13 PM ET, Wed February 12, 2020

(CNN)Joe Biden’s scramble to regain his footing in New Hampshire after a poor showing in Iowa ended in a half-filled Radisson Hotel ballroom.

Biden wasn’t there.

Instead, the former vice president appeared by video conference from South Carolina to briefly thank the die-hard New Hampshire supporters who had come. He was in fifth place in the Granite State by the time he spoke, mired in the single digits and falling short of the threshold needed to collect delegates – a dramatic descent for a candidate who had been the front-runner for much of 2019.

Victory now seems elusive for a two-term vice president who has premised his entire campaign on his ability to beat President Donald Trump, only to see that electability argument undercut by crushing losses in the first two Democratic contests. He’s in the worst position after the first two contests of any sitting or former vice president in history . . .

Still a long way from anyone having 2000 delegates.

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ProVobis . . .

Still a long way from anyone having 2000 delegates.

True enough ProVobis. Never-the-less, he doesn’t have a chance in my opinion.

Fund raising is going.
He is ducking out of NH to avoid being confronted with embarassing questions.
He continues to make more gaffes.

Not much chance here.

Biden portion of this video qued up at proper place concerning Biden’s campaign, Biden’ granddaughter going after Axelrod.

Former Obama campaign strategist David Axelrod rhetorically asks "Who would have predicted that . . . (Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren) . . . would leave N.H. without a single delegate?

Here is the same but unqued video.

Published on Feb 13, 2020

Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Bernie Sanders’ camp is reportedly not seeing eye-to-eye on some issues. President Trump’s 2020 campaign press secretary Kayleigh McEnany reacts.

Fox Business
868K subscribers

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=zcGvc5EqUi4

Biden’s chance was in 2016. I understand why he didn’t run then, but it was his last chance. He’s gotten old and the party has moved left.

Bernie generates a lot of enthusiasm, but he’ll also generate a lot of motivation for those who dislike his talk of socialism to get out and vote against him.

I’m not really a fan, but Bloomberg might have a slim chance. He’s a (real) New York billionaire who’s not going to be intimidated by Trump.

All that said, the Democrats are in such disarray that I doubt they can unite behind anyone. At this point it’s probably Trump’s election to lose. Unless he actually DOES shoot someone in the middle of Fifth Avenue, he’s probably got it in the bag.

One of the things I always though absurd in our electoral system is how one of the smallest states hold the first election and every thinks that matters more that the 48 states still to go. We have a most inequitable system of nominations, that would only be marginally improved if the rest of the states would rotate through the first spot.

Besides, isn’t Hannity still a Republican, or does he want to play both sides?

pnewton . . .

One of the things I always though absurd in our electoral system is how one of the smallest states hold the first election and every thinks that matters more that the 48 states still to go.

Why do you think that is “absurd”?

Virtually nobody thinks BECAUSE people vote this way, the other 48 states will vote this way.

(Rather it is a signpost.)

These are prognostications based upon the PAST.

Not necessarily because of a “cause and effect”.

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