Bernie Sanders wins the New Hampshire Democratic primary, giving the Vermont senator a good amount of momentum heading into Nevada and South Carolina as he calls it “the beginning of the end” for President Trump.

Bernie looks as if he will receive 9 delegates getting 25.8% and Pete will get 8 delegates and Klobuchar the rest running away with 19.8% thanks to her performance on the debate stage last week.

During his acceptance speech of winning New Hampshire, he called President Trump the “most dangerous president of our lifetime.” Bernie said to remember “we are taking on billionaires funded by billionaires.”

Look for Joe Biden to slither out the race eventually as he came in fifth tonight, not to mention the democratic establishment is chewing crow as the man they strategically pushed out the race last time in Bernie Sanders just won New Hampshire. Biden is having trouble raising money and this has plagued his campaign since the very start. They want him but he looks really bad and worse than Hillary Clinton at this time in 2016. This is called back folks the impeachment sealed the deal in getting rid of the snake known as Joe Biden.

Biden and Pete are banking on a more diverse population to give them a boost but I don’t see it happening. Biden’s throwing a Hail Mary that will never be caught.

Next up are the February 22 caucuses in Nevada, a state with a more racially diverse population than the first two and one where labor unions play an outsized role where Bernie can really take a hit as ads are looping to the people of Nevada claiming he will take their benefits. South Carolina’s primary is February 29 where Biden left to early Tuesday so he didn’t have to give a concession speech and face his reality.

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