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Right now, in the entry primaries, the DNC priority is ‘Never Bernie’; and toward that end Pete Buttigieg is the tool. However, in the background the DNC Club is positioning Bloomberg to save the day, and that is becoming visible in new national polling.
Joe Biden’s current “national polling position” (2nd Place) is merely a reflection of months of media narrative building on behalf of the former VP. As voters tune-in, Biden is not in the picture. Sleepy Joe is dissolving daily & that shows up in these early primaries. So on a national scale just remove Biden and reassess.
Now we see Bloomberg coming in. That’s the plan visible within the narrative construction.
Warren is inauthentic; the media and Club organizers gave her a shot and it didn’t work. Right now Warren’s value is in keeping Sanders from gaining more far-left momentum as many, likely most, Warren progressives’ will go to Sanders. Remember, national delegates are proportional.
Regardless of a win, or close second place, the national media message coming out of tomorrow's New Hampshire primary will be heavily weighted toward favoring Pete Buttigieg.
But the end goal is for Michael Bloomberg to be the Democratic Nominee for U.S. President.
originally posted by: seagull
Perhaps. But his condescending attitude is going to turn off independents big time.
His anti-2nd amendment stance shut him out of my thinking entirely. Just ahead of his nanny-state BS.
But, do not forget the 300 lbs witch in the room... Hillary. Much as it pains me, she is a factor that can not be ignored. In a brokered convention, which this could end up being, all bets are off.
originally posted by: 727Sky
Who said money can't buy an election ?
In all, Trump and the RNC together scooped up a staggering $463 million in 2019, party officials said. In comparison, then-President Barack Obama and the Democratic Party raised roughly $220 million in 2011, the year before his reelection.
Polls are meant to DRIVE public opinion, not measure it.