Bernie got a lot of help in Michigan.
Fox News certainly did their part.
Last night, on the eve of the critically important Michigan primary election, Fox News hosts Martha MacCallum and Brett Bair gave Bernie Sanders the opportunity to plead his case to voters in a town hall-style event. The Fox News network was so serious about appearing to be fair and balanced, that they refused to cut to President Trump’s press conference, where he was addressing coronavirus fears that helped fuel the single worst one-day loss in U.S. Stock Market history.
“Impeach the motherf***er” Rashida Tlaib campaign tirelessly for Sanders in her home state of Michigan.
In 2016, Bernie stunned the Democrat Party, when he defeated Hillary Clinton in Michigan’s primary election. This time around he had the full backing of “Squad” member Rashida Tlaib. And along with the radical freshman congresswoman, came the support of many Muslims in Dearborn, like the Imam, Hassan al-Qazwini, who spoke at Bernie’s rally on Saturday.
Hassan al-Qazwini, head of the Islamic Institute of America, made a disgusting claim that there was a connection between ISIS and Israel.
Wait. This is a @BernieSanders rally?
THAT’S right! He’s in Michigan. Wake up America, this is really happening.
— Femme Fatale (@RealBasedMAGA) March 10, 2020
This time around, Michigan voters, who went for Trump in the 2016 general election, chose the confused, establishment Democrat Joe Biden over the cranky socialist Bernie Sanders in the Michigan primary elections.
AP News is reporting that Joe Biden has won Michigan’s Democratic primary on Tuesday, seizing a key battleground state that helped propel Bernie Sanders’ insurgent candidacy four years ago. The former vice president’s victory in Michigan, as well as Missouri and Mississippi, dealt a serious blow to Sanders, who is urgently seeking to jump-start his flagging campaign.
Sanders could still get a boost later in the night in Idaho, North Dakota or Washington state. But fewer delegates were at stake than in Mississippi, Missouri and Michigan, where Biden’s decisive performance again showed his strength with working-class voters and African Americans, who are vital to winning the Democratic nomination.
It’s a dramatic reversal of fortune for Biden, whose campaign appeared on the brink of collapse just two weeks ago. Sanders opened the nomination process with strong showings in Iowa, New Hampshire and Nevada, but Biden rebounded in South Carolina and built on that success with a surprise Super Tuesday rout last week.