'It Ain’t Over’—Biden Claims No 2020 Democrat Deserves to Win Without Support of ‘Black and Brown Voters

'It Ain’t Over’—Biden Claims No 2020 Democrat Deserves to Win Without Support of ‘Black and Brown Voters


12 Feb 2020 Breitbart News

Former Vice President Joe Biden is claiming no candidate deserves to win the Democrat nomination without the support of “black and brown” voters after his own crushing defeat in Iowa and New Hampshire—two majority white states.

Speaking to supporters in South Carolina, where he retreated after defeat in New Hampshire was all but assured on Tuesday, the former vice president said the first two nominating contests were meaningless because of their lack of diversity. . .

. . . Ninety-nine-point-nine percent, that’s the percentage of African American voters, who have not yet had a chance to vote in America,” Biden said. . .

. . . Taking a shot at “all the pundits, experts, and cable TV-talkers” that had pronounced his campaign dead, the former vice president urged people of color to stand up and show that “it ain’t over.”

“We’re not going to let anyone take this election away from you,” Biden said. “Look, I’ve said many times you can’t be the Democratic nominee and you can’t win a general election as a Democrat unless you have overwhelming support from black and brown voters.” . . .


Black Democrat Rep. Clyburn (SC) thinks Joe is still the leading candidate in SC, but also had this to say:

Clyburn: Biden ‘Has Not Projected Out into the Future the Way People Would Like’


12 Feb 2020 Breitbart News

On Wednesday’s broadcast of “MSNBC Live,” House Majority Whip Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC) argued 2020 Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden has failed to project “out into the future the way people would like for him to do.” . . .

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