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    New Hampshire Election Night Thread

    Will Sanders win by double digits?

    Will Amy Klobuchar manage to grab third place?

    Who will finish lower, Joe Biden or Elizabeth Warren?

    Polls close at 7pm.

    Posted by Dave at 6:30 pm
    Filed under: General | Comments (521)

    521 Responses to “New Hampshire Election Night Thread”

    1. Big Joe says:

      Iowa was a mess. I’m looking forward to some actual results, a winner, a victory speech, concession speeches, and hopefully some eliminations.

      Big Joe

    2. Skippy says:

      Why might Klobuchar do better than expected tonight?

      A whopping 48% of voters said they made up their mind in the past few days (up from 25% in 2016, 38% in 2008), per NBC News exits.

      And 32% said the debate was an “important” factor in their decision, 16% said “most important”.

    3. BayernFan says:

      Finally……real votes.

    4. PresidentPaul! says:

      Due to the new SFP, Bernie will be able to indirectly control the Fed via the treasury department. I think he’s dangerous because once he gets in there with MMT it will be a bonanza for the socialists.

    5. jason says:

      I agree Bernie would be a disaster as President.

      But he is also the easiest to beat.

      I will take the chance.

    6. jason says:

      CNN is actually touting Klobuchar as a “moderate”

      You can’t make this sh-t up.

    7. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Skippy you have more grounds for hope.

      “NH Primary
      Candidate with the best performance in last Friday’s debate
      Klobuchar 28%
      Sanders 22
      Buttigieg 17
      Not sure 21”

      (n=662 likely Democratic primary voters)

    8. jason says:

      After Sanders and Warren, Klobuchar is the next most radical.

    9. jason says:

      You did notice Jason Dunlap is on the ballot, right?

    10. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Biden has apparently fled into hiding in South Carolina. More bad news for him; I think he is out soon.

      Poll (2/6-7):
      Bloomberg 20%
      Biden 19%
      Sanders 16%
      Buttigieg 16%
      Warren 9%
      Klobuchar 5%
      Yang 2%

    11. Phil says:

      Klobuchar is a centrist. Sure she is. Look for CNN to label any Democrat who gets the nomination a “centrist”. The MSM always does this. Right out of the playbook and right on cue. In fact, if Bernie got the nomination they couldn’t get away with calling him a centrist so they’d do the very next best thing which would be to say that he’s “moderated” his views as the GE has approached…that he’s not such a radical at all. LOL

      It’s the same old Bullsh*t.

    12. Skippy says:

      Floor = strong 3rd place finish.

    13. jason says:

      I am calling it for Trump.

    14. PresidentPaul! says:

      Joe Scarborough Celebrates Demographic “Freight Train” That Will Collapse GOP

      Whites being a minority in America is a “good thing”…

    15. jason says:

      Clinton only won 1 of the first 11 contests.

      I just heard that Biden is banking on that.

      Personally, I am not putting money on that.

    16. jason says:

      I guess scumbag Romney is not the “leader” of the NH GOP…

      Nearly 9 in 10 voters in the GOP primary say Trump has kept his campaign promises;
      Nearly 9 in 10 also say they are “enthusiastic” or “satisfied” with the Trump administration;
      About 8 in 10 support building a wall along the entire Mexican border, Trump’s signature policy proposal; and
      Almost all (95 percent) voters in the Republican primary say the national economy is either “excellent” or “good.”

    17. jason says:

      Sanders 3351 27.2%
      Mayor Butt 2772 22.5%
      Klobuchar 2640 21.5%

    18. Greymarch says:

      My NH predictions:

      Sanders 28%
      Buttigieg 22%
      Klobuchar 13%
      Warren 12%
      Biden 11%

      No one else matters. Bloomberg is not contesting NH. I give Warren a 60% of dropping out of the race tomorrow if she finishes 4th or worse in NH tonight. NH is her backyard. If she cant do well in NH, where is she going to do well?

      For me, tonight’s about 3 things: where does Warren finish, has Petey’s momentum stalled, and can Klobuchar break 10%?

    19. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      NH Primary Results – Total of 5.05% Reporting

      Sanders: 26.98%
      Buttigieg: 24.40%
      Klobuchar: 17.58%
      Warren: 12.29%
      Biden: 8.35%
      Steyer: 2.91%
      Yang: 2.77%

      Total votes cast so far: 16,845

    20. jason says:

      AP has it

      Sanders 32.4%
      Mayor Butt 20.4%
      Klobuchar 17.7%
      Warren 11.1%

    21. SoHope says:

      Sanders 10,054 29.32%
      Buttigieg 7,441 21.70%
      Klobuchar 6,361 18.55%
      Warren 3,607 10.52%
      Biden 2,864 8.35%
      Steyer 1,151 3.36%
      Gabbard 1,022 2.98%
      Yang 1,001 2.92%
      Other 564 1.64%
      Bennet 120 0.35%
      Patrick 108 0.31%
      9.76% reporting (29 of 297 precincts) | 34,293 total votes

    22. jason says:

      The Drunken Lout is doing well….

      Trump 2505
      Weld 316
      Mary Maxwell 28

    23. Greymarch says:

      Please link the websites where you kids are finding the live NH vote totals.

    24. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      MICAH COHEN7:45 PM
      To Clare’s point about the mood at the Buttigieg event: It seems like the early returns suggest many late deciders that Buttigieg was hoping to win went to Klobuchar.

    25. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      25. I have posted totals from Decision Desk.

    26. Tina says:

      Deep state gettin hit hard. Lieu is removed.

    27. Greymarch says:

      I found live results at Business Insider website. I think they are feeding off the AP feed:


    28. jason says:

      Sanders is really kicking ass, that is the big story.

    29. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Sanders pulled about 60% in 2016, so am not sure below 30% is a victory for him this time. People expected him to win again.

    30. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Skippy should be happy:

      MICAH COHEN7:51 PM
      And if the early vote results hold up, that last debate will look to have been really important. As a reminder, Klobuchar outperformed her pre-debate favorability ratings more than anyone else according to our post-debate survey with Ipsos:

    31. Greymarch says:

      Wow. Klobumentum is real. She’s within a point or two of Pete for 2nd place.

      Warren’s finished. She has no path. Expect her to drop out in the next few days.

      Biden will stick around until SC. He’s gotta try at least one southern state before he leaves the race.

    32. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      NH Primary Results – Total of 13.80% reporting

      Sanders: 29.58%
      Buttigieg: 20.74%
      Klobuchar: 19.69%
      Warren: 10.32%
      Biden: 8.19%
      Steyer: 3.22%
      Gabbard: 3.09%
      Yang: 2.97%

      Total votes cast so far: 46,507

    33. Greymarch says:

      I think after tonight we will effectively be down to a four person race:

      Sanders, Buttigieg, Klobuchar and Bloomberg.

    34. Tina says:

      We need China Biden to finish 5th
      Then all $ for him is gone.

      Looks like big mo is with cccp.

    35. Phil says:


      Yep. Those four. Keep dividing that anti Bernie vote up.

      I love it.

    36. Ben says:

      Yang to suspend campaign.

    37. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      35. Totally agree.

      The other story from the early results (other than the #Klobucharge) is Warren’s and Biden’s weakness. It’s still early, but they both look to be in real danger of falling below the 15 percent threshold to collect statewide delegates.

    38. GF says:

      I was gong to ask if Skippy had shown up to gloat, but I see that he has made two appearances already. 😉

      But on a serious note, I would not mind seeing Pete humbled a little into a close 3rd, he probably thought he had this wrapped up neatly once he prematurely claimed victory in Iowa.

    39. jason says:

      Mayor Butt seems to be pulling away from Klobuchar.

    40. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      BREAKING: Decision Desk HQ projects
      @realDonaldTrump will win the GOP #NHPrimary

    41. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Total of 19.87% reporting

      Sanders: 28.20%
      Buttigieg: 22.04%
      Klobuchar: 19.47%
      Warren: 10.61%
      Biden: 8.37%
      Steyer: 3.30%
      Gabbard: 3.01%
      Yang: 2.95%

      Total votes cast so far: 65,806

    42. jason says:

      Sanders 21131
      Mayor Pete 16521
      Klobuchar 14127

      Klobuchar is losing a bit of ground now.

    43. SanDiegoCitizen says:


      Meanwhile, our friends at ABC say Trump has won the GOP primary, stunning everyone I know. Currently, he’s at about 86 percent, which is on the high side for an incumbent president running in the New Hampshire primary. My former colleague Kyle Kondik at the University of Virginia Center for Politics wrote about this today. Trump might like that he’s currently got about the same percentage as Ronald Reagan did in the 1984 Republican primary.

    44. PresidentPaul! says:

      If bloom and biden are going to be involved in this because of ground game, I doubt kobber can stick around since whatever nonbernie momentum exists will probably go to pete since he’s been #2 twice.

    45. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      ABC has assigned half of New Hampshire’s 24 pledged delegates — four each to Sanders, Buttigieg and Klobuchar. If the current results were to hold, Sanders and Buttigieg would each end up with nine, and Klobuchar would get the other six. But small changes in vote numbers could alter those totals.

      About an even split of delegates. This is heading towards a brokered convention.

    46. BayernFan says:

      Way too early to decide that it will be a brokered convention. Let’s see how Bloomberg and Amy do. I don’t see Buttegieg being a major factor down the road bc he probably won’t get black votes.

    47. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      – Total of 26.26% reporting

      Sanders: 28.14%
      Buttigieg: 22.40%
      Klobuchar: 19.26%
      Warren: 10.43%
      Biden: 8.28%
      Steyer: 3.34%
      Gabbard: 3.03%
      Yang: 2.92%

      Total votes cast so far: 80,932

    48. jason says:

      Mayor Butt and Klobuchar split the late deciders at 24% each, Sanders got 20% of them.

    49. Tina says:

      Where are the jebots?

      They seem to know a lot about brokered conventions.

    50. Tina says:

      But muh stormy.

      Richard Baris
      At 82.6% of the vote,
      is running ahead of
      ‘s very impressive 80.91% level of support for an incumbent in a New Hampshire primary.

      He’s running just behind the all-time record held by Ronald Reagan in 1984.

    51. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      If someone had suggested six months ago that neither Biden or Warren would get delegates in the New Hampshire primary, no one would have believed it. Biden with only 8% of the vote? Warren with only 11%? Sanders, who pulled about 60% of the vote in 2016, getting only 28%?.

    52. Todd McCain says:

      Biden collapse happened later than I had expected but still predictable.

    53. BayernFan says:

      Biden was dead meat from day one. He’s senile. Everyone knew it but didn’t want to say it. Warren doing so badly is actual news.

    54. PresidentPaul! says:

      Hong Kong put thermometers in every building during SARS and anyone with a fever was instantly quarantined prior to being contagious.

      However, with corona there is they just walk around spreading it and no one knows.

      Hong kong will explode just like China soon.

    55. mRviTO says:

      Bennett is dropping out.

    56. Tina says:

      Looks like Piglosi hurt China Biden. With impeachment.

      Doesn’t help much that he yelled at a voter and talked to walls.

    57. John says:

      Sanders’ lead is less than 5% with about 25% of the vote in…

    58. Tina says:

      And all the corruption he and his family have.

      Remember, he had so little money at the end of obumbler that he was going to sell his family home,

      Obumbler was going to buy it for him.

    59. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      “Andrew, I will miss you on the campaign trail. You’ve inspired so many new people to join politics. By thinking outside of the box, you will have a lasting mark in bringing new voters to the ballot box in 2020. And I’ve enjoyed hanging out with the #yanggang.”

      Kloubucher congratulating Yang.

      The top three dinosaur candidates did poorer than expected, and two younger candidates better than expected. Maybe a message was being sent.

    60. mRviTO says:

      Gabbard not dropping out.

    61. GF says:

      And with 38% in, Warren drops below the 10% mark as well. I am quite pleased with this whole operation so far, maximum chaos!

    62. John says:

      With about a third of the vote in and Sanders leads with less than a five points….thoughts…….
      1) Progressives are starting to freakout
      2) Buttigieg/Klobuchar going forward as the best for the Democrat moderates…freakout begins for the Democrats soon
      3) Biden has fallen off the radar screen…as expected

      Final analysis….this state really, really looks good for a Trump pickup.

    63. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      58. “…and talked to walls.”

      Yes, but look at the good side, he did not claim the walls talked back to him.

    64. Tina says:

      I am to find a new name for this site.

      Thinking the Cccp Report.

    65. Phil says:

      Warren has Nevada and SC before she would even get to Super Tuesday. No support in either state. Las Vegas Unions hate her healthcare proposals and zero black support in SC.

    66. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Total of 34.01% reporting

      Sanders: 27.64%
      Buttigieg: 22.54%
      Klobuchar: 19.65%
      Warren: 9.90%
      Biden: 8.54%
      Steyer: 3.37%
      Gabbard: 3.09%
      Yang: 2.87%

      Total votes cast so far: 103,638

    67. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      BREAKING: In New Hampshire Democratic primary, Joe Biden and Sen. Warren will not reach the 15% threshold statewide and in each congressional district, according to the @NBCNews Decision Desk, meaning they will not receive delegates from the #NHprimary. https://nbcnews.to/2waslgW

    68. jason says:

      Mayor Butt is comfortably ahead of Klobuchar by 5 points and 6000 votes but CNN says they are “fighting for 2nd”.

    69. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Sanders lead falling.

      Total of 41.75% reporting

      Sanders: 26.64%
      Buttigieg: 22.39%
      Klobuchar: 21.41%
      Warren: 9.53%
      Biden: 8.31%
      Steyer: 3.41%
      Gabbard: 3.13%
      Yang: 2.81%

      Total votes cast so far: 122,172

    70. Tina says:

      Cccp is who I am voting for in Ca.

      Operation chaos.

    71. jason says:

      Bernie Sanders 37,060 26.86%
      Pete Buttigieg 32,006 23.20%
      Amy Klobuchar 26,069 18.89%

      “fighting for second”

    72. dblaikie says:

      Trump derangement is alive and well tonight. MSNBC cares more about Roger not dying in prison than the NH primary.

    73. Greymarch says:

      Four left. (Sanders, Pete, Klobuchar and Bloomberg) Sanders has his lane, which is about 40% of the vote (uber-left wing.) The three others are fighting for the remaining 60% of regular dem voters. In such a scenario, obviously Sanders has the advantage. Either someone cuts into Sanders, or the moderate lane needs to winnow fast.

    74. jason says:


      Bernie Sanders 38,158 26.87%
      Pete Buttigieg 32,975 23.22%
      Amy Klobuchar 26,852 18.91%

    75. Tina says:

      Well, it looks like trump interfered in the sentencing of Flynn.

      In late 2018, the corrupt doj recommended no sentence.

      Flynn then changed lawyahs. Deep state was upset with him.

      They changed the sentence to 6 months for failing to cooperate.

      Now the doj corrupticons are being terminated.

    76. BayernFan says:

      Jason where are you seeing those up to date numbers?

    77. BayernFan says:

      Found em.

    78. jason says:

      Looks good for Sanders. He is leading big in the most populous county, Hillsborough, which is only 46% in.

    79. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Dante Scala@Graniteprof
      A lot of prosperous suburban towns in Hillsborough County still outstanding. If they go like Bedford, @PeteButtigieg and @amyklobuchar should gain on @BernieSanders.

      To give you an idea of how Klobuchar has elbowed in between Warren and Buttigieg to become a top choice of college-educated white voters in New Hampshire, consider the town of Bedford, which has a median household income of $131,986 and where 62 percent of residents over the age of 25 have a college degree. Klobuchar won 28 percent there tonight, Buttigieg won 26 percent, Sanders won 17 percent, Biden won 9 percent and Warren won 8 percent.

    80. VictrC says:

      Bernie Sanders 39,920 26.76%
      Pete Buttigieg 34,627 23.21%
      Amy Klobuchar 28,439 19.06%
      Elizabeth Warren 14,318 9.60%
      Joe Biden 12,702 8.51%
      Tom Steyer 5,268 3.53%
      Tulsi Gabbard 4,805 3.22%
      Andrew Yang 4,245 2.85%
      Other 3,790 2.54%
      Deval Patrick 558 0.37%
      Michael Bennet 531 0.36%

    81. John says:

      I’m guessing of course. But it looks like the NH Democrat Primary is close to the 2016 numbers…which would be disappointing…for the Democrats.
      I have over 250,000 votes for the D’s in 2016 but as of 40% tonight just 105,000.
      We’ll see.

    82. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Total of 48.15% reporting
      Sanders: 26.87%
      Buttigieg: 23.22%
      Klobuchar: 18.91%
      Warren: 9.64%
      Biden: 8.51%
      Steyer: 3.54%
      Gabbard: 3.21%
      Yang: 2.83%

      Total votes cast so far: 142,021

    83. Tina says:


      Donald J. Trump
      …And a swamp creature with “pull” was just sentenced to two months in jail for a similar thing that they want Stone to serve 9 years for. A phony Mueller Witch Hunt disgrace. Caught!

    84. jason says:

      Looks like there might be 140k+ votes in the R primary, pretty impressive for a non-contested race.

    85. VictrC says:

      Ok so lets talk about Klobuchar.

      Could she be the nominee? Could “moderates” fall back to her and she become the consensus candidate because they know Biden wont make it and think the Bloomberg won’t play outside of NYC and CA

      How does Trump fare against the midwestern folksiness she tries to exude. Does she pick up enough women and minorities,or better yet, keep them to defeat him?

    86. jason says:

      Biden now only a point behind Warren.

    87. Tina says:

      Trump is dropping moabs.

      Donald J. Trump
      Is this the Judge that put Paul Manafort in SOLITARY CONFINEMENT, something that not even mobster Al Capone had to endure? How did she treat C

    88. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Skippy called it right!

      According to the exit polls, 70 percent of Klobuchar’s voters decided on her in the last few days. In contrast, that’s true for just 32 percent of Sanders’s voters — the majority of his supporters made up their mind before that.”

    89. Phil says:

      Amy’s problem is the entrance of big dog Bloomberg on Super Tuesday. Moderate lane about to get a lot more congested for her.

      Keep splitting that anti Bernie vote, Drats.

    90. Greymarch says:


      Out of the four remaining candidates (Sanders, Pete, Klobuchar and Bloomberg) Klobuchar is probably the candidate Trump wants to avoid the most.

      Klobuchar is a moderate. She will get ALL the female votes in Nov. She is from a rust-belt state. She speaks the rust-belt language the dems desperately need. She could take back MI, WI, IA and PA.

    91. BayernFan says:

      If Amy can get black votes that bleed away from Biden, aren’t gonna vote for Buttegieg and shy away from Bloomberg….. she can go far.

    92. Tina says:

      Joe Biden has run for President three times. In 1988, 2008, and again in 2020. He is yet to win a single delegate in a Democrat nominating contest.

    93. Phil says:

      Klobuchar isn’t a moderate anything.

      Just because Chuck Todd says she is doesn’t make it so.

    94. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      88. We may be in a whole new race. Biden and Warren likely to exit. Sanders in a close race in a state he won by 60% in 2016. The voters may be rejected old guard dinosaur candidates — they may want younger faces.

    95. VicrtC says:

      Grey – I don’tknow enough about her but as of now she is the candidate I fear the most as well. WI, PA and MI are the key to the election and she can appeal to voters there, at least as things stand now.

      She hasn’t been defined though, and now she is going to go up against the Sanders gang and Bloomberg money. Can she survive that onslaught.

    96. VictrC says:

      One observation about Klobuchar. I have seen her “debate” twice and have seen and heard a lot of the same comments/answers/statements. As in EXACTLY the same.

      She closes everything I’ve seen her do with the same FDR story where at the end of it she comes to almost tears and says “I knew you….I…Knew…You”. Pulling at the heartstrings.

      It will be interesting to see how she reacts to being in the limelight and if she can actually get out of the mold she has crated for herself.

    97. Pitchaboy says:

      She will cut into suburban married white women vote for sure. But she will have little appeal to the blue collar boys. She won’t take PA. WI and MI are different propositions. For sure, she will not turn out the Bernie crowd. Overall: a wash.

    98. Phil says:

      You guys are going gaga over someone who just finished third.

    99. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Total of 56.23% reporting

      Sanders: 26.73%
      Buttigieg: 23.06%
      Klobuchar: 19.73%
      Warren: 9.72%
      Biden: 8.64%
      Steyer: 3.63%
      Gabbard: 3.20%
      Yang: 2.90%

      Total votes cast so far: 165,070

    100. Tina says:

      She is done,

      Quote Tweet

      Donald J. Trump
      · 3m
      Elizabeth Warren, sometimes referred to as Pocahontas, is having a really bad night. I think she is sending signals that she wants out. Calling for unity is her way of getting there, going home, and having a “nice cold beer” with her husband!

    101. VictrC says:

      Bernie Sanders 44,812 26.24%
      Pete Buttigieg 40,158 23.52%
      Amy Klobuchar 34,518 20.21%
      Elizabeth Warren 16,271 9.53%
      Joe Biden 14,532 8.51%
      Tom Steyer 6,124 3.59%
      Tulsi Gabbard 5,528 3.24%
      Andrew Yang 4,828 2.83%
      Other 2,735 1.60%
      Deval Patrick 647 0.38%
      Michael Bennet 622 0.36%
      58.59% reporting (174 of 297 precincts) | 170,775 total votes

    102. Tina says:


      Brad Parscale – Text TRUMP to 88022
      With approximately 54% of precincts reporting, President Trump has already received more votes than Presidents Barack Obama (49,080), George W. Bush (52,962) and Ronald Reagan (65,033) in their respective re-election New Hampshire Primaries.

    103. Phil says:

      Wow, Trump with the kill shot on Warren. I laughed.

    104. Tina says:

      Pocahontas sending signals.

      Tweet of the day.

    105. Pitchaboy says:

      When u preside over the best economy in several decades and u pull a crowd of 50000 just for the fun of it, you don’t get beat by a no name folksy Senator from the Midwest or anywhere. Nobody beats DJT. Only a foreign policy disaster can.

    106. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Ultimately am seeing the race in several weeks come down to a buzz saw battle between Bloomberg and Sanders. It is going to be ugly.

      At this time neither Buttigieg or Klobucher have the resources to compete in large states — maybe things will change, but tha advantage to running in a small state like New Hampshire is you can run a low budget campaign and spend a lot of time meeting people. It cannot happen in a big state like California.

    107. Tina says:

      Yeah, I have it as cccp vs dumberg.

    108. VictrC says:

      SDC – I have to agree. How can they compete in states like Texas and CA with Bloomberg saturating the airwaves and having 800 workers, or with Sanders in those states whose supporters are dedicated, wont waiver and will get out there and campaign for him till they drop.

      Don’t see that for Klobuchar

    109. Tina says:

      Deep state getting hit


      Josh Cremeans “DirtyTruth”
      Robert O’Brien says the NSC will be down between 115 to 120 staffers by the end of this week.

    110. Phil says:

      Good analysis as always, San Diego. Really am looking forward to your insight on California over the next three weeks. That’s the big one. Can Bernie hold on vs Bloomberg’s money there. That’s the question. If so, we are definitely heading for a multi ballot convention.

    111. Greymarch says:


      If you have momentum (like Pete and Amy currently have) you dont need much staff for the larger states. The 21st century media takes care of that for you, by constantly giving you wonderful press. Due to the monopoly of the left-wing media the need to quickly “staff-up” in large states is unnecessary.

    112. jason says:

      Bill Weld has about 60% as many votes as Biden.

    113. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Total of 61.62% reporting
      Sanders: 26.27%
      Buttigieg: 23.51%
      Klobuchar: 20.22%
      Warren: 9.50%
      Biden: 8.47%
      Steyer: 3.60%
      Gabbard: 3.25%
      Yang: 2.83%

      Total votes cast so far: 175,587

    114. Tina says:

      Phil, I am voting for cccp in ca.

      I may need a few limoncellos to do it.

      My 1st vote for a Drat Evah

    115. VictrC says:

      Bernie Sanders 48,912 26.07%
      Pete Buttigieg 44,305 23.62%
      Amy Klobuchar 37,953 20.23%
      Elizabeth Warren 17,889 9.54%
      Joe Biden 15,983 8.52%
      Tom Steyer 6,732 3.59%
      Tulsi Gabbard 6,088 3.25%
      Andrew Yang 5,300 2.83%
      Other 3,030 1.62%
      Deval Patrick 734 0.39%
      Michael Bennet 669 0.36%
      Total votes cast 187,595

      Interesting to see how its moves in the last 12K votes

    116. jason says:

      Yep, I think Klobuchar is the flavor of the moment, but the fact is she got 5th in IA and 3rd in NH. I can’t see anywhere where she is actually going to win, even in MN Sanders is favored.

      It might be wishful thinking, because I don’t want her to be the nominee, she is a hard core leftist posing as “moderate”, but at this point even is she inherits a lot of Biden’s votes, he is not getting that many votes.

    117. BayernFan says:

      I’m kinda worried about the potential black swan in China. Will the beer virus roil the world economy or health? We will see.

    118. lisab says:

      @realDonaldTrump will win the GOP #NHPrimary

      i think you are fogetting Dixville Notch

    119. Tina says:

      Donald J. Trump
      Who are the four prosecutors (Mueller people?) who cut and ran after being exposed for recommending a ridiculous 9 year prison sentence to a man that got caught up in an investigation that was illegal, the Mueller Scam, and shouldn’t ever even have started? 13 Angry Democrats?

    120. Phil says:

      Tina, you go girl. Smart vote. Goal should be to get Bernie into the convention with the plurality of delegate. He will have it yanked away from him on the second ballot, but so what? A pissed off Bernie crowd I what we want going into November.

    121. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      114. Social media and the left-wing press has been swooning over Sanders, and expect them to continue doing so. I hope your right and that Klobucher and Buttigieg do get fair coverage, but doubt it will happen. Both go against the leftist, social justice, politically correct narrative the press is pushing now.

    122. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Since Skippy made the accurate projection about Korbucher in New Hampshire, we need his take on the future of her campaign.

    123. Tina says:

      Richard Baris
      · 43m
      At 85.6% and 31% reporting, Donald Trump way passed Bill Clinton’s second highest vote share for an incumbent president in a New Hampshire Primary.

      Ronald Reagan’s all-time record (86.4%) in SERIOUS danger of being broken given vote shares by region and percentage of state vote.

    124. mRviTO says:

      Sanders lead is under two percent.

    125. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Total of 71.04% reporting

      Sanders: 25.83%
      Buttigieg: 23.88%
      Klobuchar: 20.07%
      Warren: 9.47%
      Biden: 8.66%
      Steyer: 3.56%
      Gabbard: 3.28%
      Yang: 2.81%

      Total votes cast so far: 199,879

    126. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Apparently some areas are still out where Buttigieg is expected to do well

    127. Victrc says:

      Sanders 53,862 26.10%
      Buttigieg 49,651 24.06%
      Klobuchar 41,142 19.94%
      Warren 19,299 9.35%
      Biden 17,706 8.58%
      Steyer 7,330 3.55%
      Gabbard 6,743 3.27%
      Yang 5,713 2.77%
      Other 3,379 1.64%
      Patrick 816 0.40%
      Bennet 711 0.34%
      72.39% reporting (215 of 297 precincts) | 206,352 total votes

    128. jason says:

      Where? He was only leading in 2 counties and one is already 100% in.

      He is losing Hillsborough, the biggest county and the slowest to report.

      His best (and only) county left is 71% in.

    129. lisab says:


      sanders, buttigieg and klobochar the big story tomorrow?

    130. lisab says:

      of course trump losing dixville notch is the big headline

    131. Phil says:

      This one is over. Bernie wins it by a couple of points. I was hoping for 5 or 6 but it’s a win and the rest of the field fragments the rest of the vote. I like that part especially.

    132. Phil says:

      Yes, Trump losing Dixville Notch will be the lead story on the Today show in the morning. No doubt.

    133. Tina says:


      Yang Gang changes his campaign slogan frommmath to subtraction,

    134. jason says:

      Since Skippy made the accurate projection about Korbucher in New Hampshire, we need his take on the future of her campaign.”

      He was wrong about IA and I think he expected her to do better in NH.

      Let’s see how he does in NV and SC before I start asking him about winners at Penn National racetrack.

    135. Tina says:

      Brad Parscale – Text TRUMP to 88022’s Tweets

      Brad Parscale – Text TRUMP to 88022
      Now with approximately 62% of precincts reporting, President Trump has surpassed the total votes for President Clinton (not Hillary) in the 1996 New Hampshire Primary.

    136. jason says:

      Biden slowly closing on Warren, now only 0.7% behind.

    137. mRviTO says:

      Biden in SC on tonight’s results:

      “It is important that Iowa and Nevada have spoken.”

    138. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      In response to Perry’s observation about how Warren faded while Klobuchar was able to seize the opportunity of the debate — I think that there might actually be a craving for novelty right now. Warren has been talking about her plans for quite some time now. Klobuchar, by virtue of having a relatively low profile, seems sort of new. I think this is a bit of an indictment of the process, honestly. Exhaustion shouldn’t be a driver of electoral choices.

      A good point. Maybe the voters grew tired of the candidates after so many debate. They wanted someone new.

    139. Tina says:

      Brad Parscale – Text TRUMP to 88022’s Tweets

      Brad Parscale – Text TRUMP to 88022
      Enthusiasm for
      is through the roof!

      With approximately, 70% of precincts reporting, President Trump has surpassed the New Hampshire Primary vote total of every incumbent President running for re-election over the last four decades.

    140. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Total of 75.76% reporting

      Sanders: 25.90%
      Buttigieg: 23.94%
      Klobuchar: 19.90%
      Warren: 9.42%
      Biden: 8.78%
      Steyer: 3.56%
      Gabbard: 3.27%
      Yang: 2.80%

      Total votes cast so far: 217,939

    141. Phil says:

      Voters are ALWAYS looking for someone new. That’s why we keep having flavors of the month election cycle after election cycle.

    142. John says:

      Here’s my guess after the NH primary….
      (1) Warren should get out
      (2) Sanders just barely got away
      (3) Biden is hardly alive…with a hardly a pulse
      (4) Democrats is more bucked up with sh.t that previously seen…the Dems are just on the verge of losing control of this…

    143. mRviTO says:

      Trump at 86.15%

    144. NYCmike says:

      Don’t get cocky, kids!

      VOTE in November, twice if possible.

    145. Bitterlaw says:

      Congratulations to Jason for continuing to stay in the Democratic race. He moved up 2 spots today with Yang and Bennett dropping out.

    146. Chicon says:

      Mike – good news is that in Illinois it is a tradition to vote several times. Bad news is that it won’t matter.

    147. Victrc says:

      Bernie Sanders 61,021 26.03%
      Pete Buttigieg 56,231 23.99%
      Amy Klobuchar 46,196 19.71%
      Elizabeth Warren 22,311 9.52%
      Joe Biden 20,416 8.71%
      Tom Steyer 8,250 3.52%
      Tulsi Gabbard 7,578 3.23%
      Andrew Yang 6,735 2.87%
      Other 3,903 1.67%
      Deval Patrick 973 0.42%
      Michael Bennet 799 0.34%
      79.46% reporting (236 of 297 precincts) | 234,413 total vote

    148. BayernFan says:

      Buttegieg now less than 1% behind with 79% in.

    149. Scooterboy says:

      This is turning into a major cluster puck for the Dems.

      And Bloomberg hasn’t even entered into the equation yet.

    150. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      So in the New Hampshire Democratic primary in 2016 Sanders got 60% of the vote; now in 2020 Sanders is only getting 26% of the vote. So he lost a full 1/3 of New Hampshire primary vote in just four years. Even though he was from a neighboring state, and the two candidates who pulled 46% of the vote were relatively unknown midwesterners. Not a good showing for the old Bolshevik.

    151. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      151. “And Bloomberg hasn’t even entered into the equation yet.”

      Yes, a disaster, and now the process is going to add a major slimeball.

    152. Hugh says:

      Sanders has two problems. Warren whose as crazy as he is and the rest of the dems have adopted 75% of his most radical views

    153. Phil says:

      Yeah, but NH wasn’t the multi candidate free for all this cycle. It was essentially a two candidate race – Hillary vs Sanders.

    154. Victrc says:

      AP calls it for Sanders

    155. NYCmike says:

      Sanders will stay, Bloomberg got in because Biden was faltering, Buttegieg and Klobuchar have newfound momentum so they will keep fighting.

      Bloomberg has to attack the others, no? They will be attacking him, especially with that audiotape being released. Or can he try to stay above the fray and keep going after Trump?

    156. John says:

      I’m not a funeral director nor a mortician but the Sanders campaign seems dead to me besides his apparent win.

    157. mRviTO says:

      Decision desk also called.

    158. CG says:

      What’s more embarrassing?

      That over the past eight years, both political parties in Iowa botched their Caucus?

      Or the back to back winners in the NH primaries have been Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump?

    159. NYCmike says:

      “What’s more embarrassing?”


    160. NYCmike says:

      “CG”‘s descent into Bill Kristol-like (“we are all Democrats now!”) ridiculousness continues apace……

    161. jason says:

      Mayor Butt ahead of Klobuchar by over 11000 votes, but came within 5000 of Sanders.

    162. jason says:


      Yep, that WAS embarrassing, $200 million for 4 delegates.

      Not to mention being decimated in 10 debates in a row.

    163. CG says:

      I’m not a Democrat. Just a “future former Republican.”

      Those of you who are going to vote in the Democrat primaries for Bernie Sanders should really think before you criticize others. You are creating a great risk for the country by doing so, and obviously you fear he is the only one left that Trump might be able to beat.

      I will vote for the least objectionable Democrat in the Democrat primary and if Bloomberg is nominated, I will vote for him in November, as NYC did three times.

    164. jason says:

      Congratulations to Jason for continuing to stay in the Democratic race.”

      Thanks Bitter.

      I hear I got a few write-ins on the R side too, more than Bloomberg got.

    165. jason says:

      You are creating a great risk for the country by doing so,”


      That is chutzpah. Corey “we are all Dems now” says a far left Dem is better than Trump, but someone trying to help the best Dem to run against to avoid a socialist President is “creating a great risk”.

      You can’t make this sh-t up.

    166. jason says:

      ANY of the Dems pose “a great risk to the country” including Bloomberg.

    167. jason says:

      I am not going to register as a Dem in PA but I encourage anyone who can vote in a Dem primary to vote for Sanders.

      I can live with the risk, since I think he would lose 40 states.

    168. CG says:

      Anyone who actually votes for Bernie Sanders in a primary is helping him get closer to the White House. I don’t happen to think he can win, but I was wrong the last time. It is also a sign that you know that Trump is likely to lose against Bloomberg, Buttigieg, or Klobuchar. (I think Warren and Biden are done for now)

      Bloomberg is the only one I could actually vote for in a general election (and if he were to move too far to the left I might not even be able to do that.)

      Risk with him? Maybe. But I always like to revisit the quote by Alexander Hamilton. “Any nation that can prefer disgrace to danger is prepared for a master and deserves one.”

    169. CG says:

      While I maintain it would be stupid beyond belief for Democrats to nominate Sanders, he would still win more than 10 states.

      The Coronavirus itself would win more than 10 states against Trump.

    170. Tina says:

      Cccp with the win.

    171. Hugh says:

      I have always disliked crossing party lines to vote in a primary. However this is now war. If you are a republican and in an open primary go vote for Bernie. Go Bernie. Feel the bern baby.

    172. Hugh says:

      Do it just to irritate cg

    173. Tina says:

      Expect more firings of deep state crooks.

      And finally some indictments.

      This week is off to a great start.

    174. jason says:

      It is also a sign that you know that Trump is likely to lose against Bloomberg, Buttigieg, or Klobuchar. (I think Warren and Biden are done for now)”

      No, I think Trump can beat all of them.

      But his chances are best against Sanders, Warren, Mayor Butt, Klobuchar and Bloomberg in that order.

      Bloomberg has already moved far to the left.

      Klobuchar is a far leftist radical, but the MSM is pretending she is some kind of “moderate”. I think she can be defined, but why take the chance, let’s run against Sanders and win 40 states.

      I see very little difference ideologically among all the Dems except Bloomberg. Is a big government nanny stater, but not a socialist.

    175. Tina says:

      Can’t wait to punch my vote for cccp.

      I am not doing an absentee.

    176. jason says:

      While I maintain it would be stupid beyond belief for Democrats to nominate Sanders, he would still win more than 10 states.”

      It will make for a good bet if he gets nominated.
      I hope it happens.

      I think he puts every state Trump got in the low to mid 40’s against Hillary in play. That includes CO, VA, MN, NM, NV, NH and ME, he would be the favorite in all of them. I think Trump would have a chance at NJ, DE, and CT against Sanders.

      Will be fun, how many states will Sanders lose. Kind of bet I like to make.

    177. BayernFan says:

      Always amazed at how slowly votes are counted. Still 10% to go. Crazy.

    178. jason says:

      Ok here is Predictit taking into account tonight’s results.

      Sanders 45% (+2)
      Biden 41 (+4)
      Klobuchar 10 (+8)
      Steyer 10% (-3)
      Mayor Butt 6% (-1)

      Mayor Butt 50 (+5)
      Biden 14 (-3)
      Sanders 14 (NC)
      Klobuchar 13 (-1)

      Dem Nomination
      Sanders 48% (+1)
      Bloomberg 25% (NC)
      Mayor Butt 15% (+1)
      Biden 9% (+2)
      Klobuchar 8% (NC)

    179. mRviTO says:

      Exit Poll nonwhite vote

      Sanders 32
      Biden 16
      Buttigieg 15
      Klobuchar 11
      Warren 8
      Gabbard 7
      Yang 5
      Steyer 2

    180. CG says:

      We won’t count DC

      1 CA 2. CT 3 DE 4 HI 5 IL 6 MD 7 MA 8 NJ 9 NY 10 RI 11 VT 12 WA 13 OR as a bare minimum.

      Of course four years ago at this point both jason and I were saying that Trump might lose 40 states to Hillary.

    181. Phil says:

      The Texas Primary is Super Tuesday, March 3rd. Hard for me to predict how that one will go. I know Texas has a ton of delegates. In the past half were picked by the primary and half picked that night by caucus goers. Not sure if the rules are still the same his cycle.

      Bloomberg is spending tons on advertising already. Sanders will get his share due to the four way split with he, Pete, Bloomberg and Klobuchar. He may even come in first. Biden if he were to win SC would also be a factor.

      I’ll be voting Bernie. Having trouble convincing my wife to go along, but did convince a couple of my Republican friends in my Saturday breakfast group to consider it.

    182. mRviTO says:

      Only 51% said Bernie’s positions on the issues were too liberal.

    183. mRviTO says:

      So…. Bernie does have room to grow.

    184. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      The Nevada unions have opened fire on Sanders. Nevada TV today:

      “LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — The most powerful union in Nevada is warning its members that Senator Bernie Sanders would “end” their health care if he were elected president in November.
      In a new candidate explainer handout, The Culinary Union is letting its members know where each top Democratic candidate, as well as President Trump, stands on important issues.
      Those issues listed on the handout, which was made available in English and Spanish, are health care, good jobs and immigration.
      According to the union, paper handouts were distributed beginning this week to members at employee dining rooms, and a digital version was sent out Tuesday, the same day as the New Hampshire primary where Sanders is the projected winner.”


      If Buttigieg can get the union endorsement, he might beat Sanders in Nevada. He now has more delegates than Sanders.

      Buttigieg 23
      Sanders 21
      Warren 8
      Klobuchar 7
      Biden 6

    185. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Weld needed to get 10% of the Republican primary vote in New Hampshire to get delegates. He failed.

    186. Bitterlaw says:

      Republicans voting in Democrat primaries to cause chaos and make the Democrats choose the weakest candidate? It worked so well in 2008. Just ask President Obama.

    187. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      189. Many Democrats did the same in 2016, and voted for Trump to cause chaos among the Repubicans. Hope they have been enjoying the Trump presidency.

    188. Bitterlaw says:

      SDC – Thank you for proving my point.

    189. Hugh says:

      Bitter. Bernie is no Obama. Feel the bern

    190. Tina says:

      It’s not a good point.

      Bernie is not the obumbler.

      There is no failed Bushie, who blew up the economy and made Iraq into a mess.

    191. Tina says:

      Trump should be concerned that he did not get 100 percent of the NH Vote, per radio lib. Yet, no incumbent president did the following:


      Tim Murtaugh – Text TRUMP to 88022
      So what he’s saying is that Trump got about 86% in the GOP primary.

      For context, here are the last 3 incumbent presidents running for re-election, and their vote percentages in New Hampshire:

      1996 Bill Clinton 84%
      2004 George W. Bush 80%
      2012 Barack Obama 82%

      Context matters.

    192. DW says:

      Trump’s strong performance in NH is the real takeaway from last night.

      Now just 9 communists left for him to defeat. Just looking again at the remaining clowns in the Dem car, and its obvious they don’t have much. They don’t have anyone who is a) in the prime of life, b) an established national presence, and c) a unique demographic angle to siphon votes from Trump.

      Here is the breakdown on which ones have a, b, or c:

      Biden: b and c. The problem is ‘a’ is so far gone, he is not viable. He is 77 and seems more like 87. I almost feel bad for him, and just wish he would retire.

      Bloomberg: partial on both b and c. He too is 77 years old, but on b and c are just weaker versions of Biden really.

      Buttigieg: a. But he is only 38 years old, so the youth becomes a liability, among other liabilities he has.

      Gabbard: a. Also 38 years old. Lack of experience and gravitas on the world stage would remove any advantage for being a woman.

      Klobuchar: a and c. At 59, still in prime of life and at least has been a senator, though not nationally known. She would be able to cast herself as moderate and eat into Trump’s share of the women’s vote. Probably the most dangerous opponent for Trump.

      Patrick. a. At 63 years old, still in prime, but has nothing to offer a national stage.

      Sanders. b. The dude is 78 and unashamedly wants to transform the country, as in transform the economy that is robust. That means there is only one direction it can go, away from robust. Recently chatted with someone who has multiple Democrat friends who said they would vote for ANY Democrat in the field, except if Sanders was the nominee, they would vote for Trump and contribute to his campaign, because they are scared to death they would lose all the gains in their retirement plans with Sanders.

      Steyer: a. At 62 still in prime of life, but has nothing to offer nation.

      Warren: a (sort of), and b, but not in a healthy way. She is 70 years old, and has nothing to offer anyone.

    193. jason says:

      “TOKYO (AP) — A Japanese man with a sweet tooth who believes in smiles has become the world’s oldest male at 112 years and 344 days old, according to Guinness World Records.

      Asked about the secret to longevity, Watanabe has this advice: Don’t get angry and keep smiling.”

      What a freaking a-hole, who is he to give me advice?

    194. jason says:

      Klobuchar had a good night because the MSM says so and she beat Biden and Warren, but it looks like she will finish 4th in both SC and NV, that might put some brakes on the boomlet.

    195. DW says:

      from RRH:

      Elizabeth Warren is canceling ad schedules that had been booked in SC for later in February

      Current buy runs through 2/16; set to go dark after that

    196. DW says:

      Economist/You Gov poll of the race that never happens, Dem National Primary:

      Sanders 22
      Biden 18
      Warren 15
      Bloomberg 12
      Buttigieg 10
      Klobuchar 7
      Yang 2
      Gabbard 4
      Steyer 1

    197. jason says:

      “CG says:
      February 12, 2020 at 12:13 am

      We won’t count DC

      1 CA 2. CT 3 DE 4 HI 5 IL 6 MD 7 MA 8 NJ 9 NY 10 RI 11 VT 12 WA 13 OR as a bare minimum.”

      Well, there has to be some challenge on the bet for both of us, you say he could lose 37 states and I say he could lose 40.

      Maybe if he is nominated we can make two bets:

      1.Sanders loses one of the following: NJ, CT, DE or OR.

      2. You pick four states outside of the 13 you mentioned and Sanders has to win one of them.

      Winner has to win both bets, a split is a wash.

    198. jason says:

      I am surprised Biden is still over 40% to win SC at Predictit.

    199. DW says:

      Updated RCP average of Dem field…jason breaks the top ten, with most primaries still to come:

      1 – Sanders: 23.6
      2 – Biden: 19.2
      3 – Bloomberg: 14.2
      4 – Warren: 12.4
      5 – Buttigieg: 10.6
      6 – Klobuchar : 4.6
      7 – Steyer: 1.8
      8 – Gabbard: 1.6
      9 – jason 0
      10 – Patrick: 0
      11 – Yang: Dropped out
      12 – Bennet: Dropped out
      13 – Delaney: Dropped out
      14 – Williamson: Dropped out
      15 – Booker: Dropped out
      16 – Castro: Dropped out
      17 – Harris: Dropped out
      18 – Bullock: Dropped out
      19 – Sestak: Dropped out
      20 – Messam : Dropped out
      21 – O’Rourke : Dropped out
      22 – Ryan: Dropped out
      23 – de Blasio : Dropped out
      24 – Gillibrand: Dropped out
      25 – Hickenlooper: Dropped out
      26 – Inslee: Dropped out
      27 – Moulton: Dropped out
      28 – Gravel: Dropped out
      29 – Swalwell: Dropped out
      30 – Ojeda: Dropped out

    200. jason says:

      Bill Weld says he is hoping for “lightning in a bottle” to win the nomination.

      And you have to admit, when it comes to bottles…

    201. jason says:

      Meanwhile, my campaign for the Dem nomination is going very well.

      At some point it will be down to 3 candidates, and I will be one of them.

      THAT is when my campaign starts in earnest.

    202. VictrC says:

      So something that the media is not running with yet, though they still may (FOX potentially) is that for the second primary/caucus in a row, there is no significant uptick in democrat voting. We saw the numbers in Iowa were less than, or about on par with 2008. The same is happening in NH.

      In 2008 there were 287,500 votes cast, as of right now with 92% in there are 285,000 votes cast, so almost exactly the same. In fact, its about 1,000 less than was cast in the 2016 Republican primary.

      For all the bluster, the excitement doesn’t seem to be there on the Dem side, whereas on the R side Trump is using the challenge by Weld as an excuse to go and campaign in these states, firing up the base and getting them ready for November. It will be interesting to see if that pays dividends in November, and if the low turnout by Dems in their primaries is a harboring for low turnout in November for them.

    203. Phil says:

      First of all Bernie is not getting the Democratic nomination. Democrats have no winner take all primaries and there is no way he gets a majority of the delegates on the first ballot. Not even close. After the first ballot the super delegates kick in which further ensures he doesn’t get the majority he needs to be nominated.

      My goal is to see he goes into the convention with a plurality of delegate votes. I want him and his supporters good and pissed when they leave the Democratic convention. Most will come home by November, but the more that don’t the better for the GOP in November.

      Go Bernie.

    204. Phil says:

      If someone put a gun at my head right now I’d say Bloomberg gets the nomination. That will infuriate a good number of Sanders’ hard core supporters.

    205. Chicon says:

      203 – got a good chuckle out of that one. Well played.

    206. jason says:

      I thought 196 was funnier, but nobody laughed.


    207. jason says:

      Phil thinks Bloomberg will allow him to have a gun to put to his head?

      Poor deluded bastard.

    208. DW says:

      jason–your campaign has been the most fiscally responsible in the history of modern politics. Absolutely no wasteful campaign spending. Hope that isn’t hurting your chances among the democrat base.

    209. Pitchaboy says:

      Without any real primary, Trump got over 100k yesterday in NH. If this election was a boxing match, the Dems would have thrown in the towel.

    210. jason says:

      irst of all Bernie is not getting the Democratic nomination”

      Maybe. But if you go to Predictit, Sanders is the overwhelming favorite in NV, CA, TX, MA, ME, PR, HI, NC, IN, MI, AZ, MI, WA, KY, RI, OK, UT, CO, VA, OH, VT, WV, NM, ID, ND, MT… and pretty much a slight favorite over Bloomberg in the southern states. Even in NY he is favored over Bloomberg. Now this is just a betting site, reflects the polling of the moment, and is not predictive.

      But IF he keeps winning and gets to the convention having won the vast majority of the states and most delegates, it will be tough to deny him the nomination.

    211. DW says:

      Politico generic congressional ballot –
      R 41
      D 45

      Prior gap was D+6

    212. Wes says:

      DW, it was tough for Democrats to steal a Minnesota Senate seat from the duly re-elected Norm Coleman, but they did it.

      Don’t underestimate the ability of Democrats to steal elections from the winners when so motivated.

    213. DW says:

      Wes, I presume you were replying to 195. Absolutely agree with you. People so quickly forget in 2016 they spent huge money at a doomed effort to try and get recounts in WI, MI and PA.
      They will do anything to get power, and they will do everything, plus additional things, to get rid of Trump.

    214. jason says:

      jason–your campaign has been the most fiscally responsible in the history of modern politics. Absolutely no wasteful campaign spending. Hope that isn’t hurting your chances among the democrat base.”

      My Dem base is the Inca-Quechua-Llama-Amish-A-hole coalition. This coalition is remarkably inelastic when it comes to campaign spending, for those that don’t understand basic economics, it means spending a lot of money will have a minimal impact on the number of votes.

    215. jason says:

      DW, it was tough for Democrats to steal a Minnesota Senate seat from the duly re-elected Norm Coleman, but they did it.”

      Well, I don’t know how “tough” it is when you can just use a corrupt county like Milwaukee to “find” as many votes as needed.

      They probably would thought it tough to find 10k votes, a couple thousand was a piece of cake.

    216. DW says:

      My guess is that had Dems found any way to erase the 45,000 vote hole they were in in PA, then they would have gone for it in WI and MI. But without PA, not much sense in reversing MI and WI.

    217. jason says:

      “It also means that Biden has run for president three times (1988, 2008 and 2020) and still has never won a single primary or caucus.”

      Dang, Bunu, that is Ron/Rand Paul territory….

    218. Michelle Obama vs the DNC buffet table says:

      “This is horrendous. We’re all scared,” said a Biden adviser, speaking anonymously because the comments conflict with the brave public face the campaign is trying to broadcast. “I think we’re going to make it to South Carolina. I know we’re supposed to say we’re going to and we’re going to win. But I just don’t know.”


    219. lisab says:

      deval is out

    220. mRviTO says:

      Guy Benson
      As a millionaire whose campaign is failing, you should have hugged her and handed her $20 of your own money.

      Elizabeth Warren
      · 12h
      A young girl came up to me tonight and said, “I’m a broke college student with a lot of student loan debt. I checked and I have $6 in the bank—so I just gave $3 to keep you in this fight.” We’re staying in this fight for the people who are counting on us.

    221. mRviTO says:

      Nevertheless she persisted…

    222. NYCmike says:

      “deval is out”

      -DEVAL was in?

    223. NYCmike says:


      ““My motto for the year is ‘leave no vacancy behind,’” Mr. McConnell told conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt on Tuesday morning.”

      -Stark contrast from “CG”‘s motto:

      “Let’s get an avowed socialist/communist liberal Democrat picking judges because Trump isn’t as much of an angel as JEB!2016.”

    224. Tina says:

      Sources indicate that Rudy g will not be indicted.

    225. jason says:

      I am worried about Betelgeuse…

      “Huge red star might explode soon and next few weeks are critical

      Betelgeuse has been very volatile lately, and astronomers are watching to determine if it’s terminal or just going through a phase.”

    226. jason says:

      Wow, and Warren took the poor woman’s $3?

    227. jason says:

      I think Warren should have said to the woman

      “Look, this is no time for half-hearted measures”

    228. John says:

      Byron York has called Biden at his rallies…’dead man walking’.
      Sad to say this might be closer to the truth than at first glance.

    229. jason says:

      Let’s get an avowed socialist/communist liberal Democrat picking judges because Trump isn’t as much of an angel as JEB!2016.”

      For the “Budding Dems” (NeverTrumpers is so passé)

      Judges aren’t important.
      Taxes are not important.
      Deregulation is not important.
      Energy independence is not important.
      The 2nd Amendment is not important.
      Border security is not important.
      Partial birth abortion is not important.

      What is important:
      Stormy Daniels
      Ordering steak well done (ok, I agree that is almost impeachable).

    230. jason says:

      Evidently Biden thought he was in Nevada last night and told the “crowd” that he and Obama “beat the incumbent in 2008”.

    231. John says:

      Looks like Trump is heading to India in a couple of weeks to speak in a cricket stadium before over a 100,000 securing a $2.6 billion buy from the Indian government for military gear including helicopters.

    232. jason says:

      “It is important that Iowa and Nevada have spoken,” Joe Biden

    233. jason says:

      The Asian Indian vote might be important. Supposedly there are 1.4 million Asian Indian voters, and 80% went for Hillary.

    234. lisab says:

      my school closed about noon

      there is a rumour it might snow

      in minnesota

      in winter ?

    235. lisab says:

      dixville notch has spoken

    236. DW says:

      “I am worried about Betelgeuse…”

      AOC has spoken out about Betelgeuse:

      “We are not spending enough to save this important star. Congress needs to act now.”

    237. Tina says:

      Josh Jordan
      · 5h
      Gallup: 60% of Americans say they are better off now than when Trump took office compared to just 36% who say they are not.

      That is higher than during the reelection campaigns of Obama, W, Clinton, or HW Bush.

      60% of independents say they’re better off than three years ago.
      Show this thread

    238. jason says:

      Warren upset about that.

      She says she is the protector of red stars, AOC should mind her own business and protect brown stares.

    239. jason says:

      Rasmussen by 3 to 1 margin says Trump came out of impeachment strengthened rather than weakened.

      Thanks Nancy and Schiff, we could not have done it without you.

      Special shout out to the Budding Democrats too.

    240. NYCmike says:

      “compared to just 36% who say they are not.”

      -And this number is misleading. Subtract 100% of #NeverTrumpers and this goes down to less than 25%

    241. NYCmike says:

      Coincidence? I don’t think so!

      Trillion $ companies in the world:

      M A G A!
      i m o p
      c a o p
      r z g l
      o o l e
      s n e

    242. NYCmike says:

      M (icrosoft)
      A (amazon)
      G (oogle)
      A (pple)


    243. NYCmike says:

      Dang it!

      M (icrosoft)
      A (mazon)
      G (oogle)
      A (pple)


    244. lisab says:

      which weighs more, a pound of corey’s brain or a pound of dead flies?

    245. Hugh says:

      Looks like Barr will be back in front of Nadler end of March. I guess Nadlers threshold for looking stupid is limitless

    246. Michelle Obama vs the DNC buffet table says:

      @246 – mind blown

    247. dblaikie says:

      Bernie has one path to the Nomination and that is to win on the first ballot. The establishment’s super delegates will take over after the first.

      On another matter I can’t believe the depth of Trump hatred! This spiteful rage about Roger Stone is just the current example. Their obsession and hatred with Trump is going to be their final undoing.

    248. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      223. Guy Benson
      @guypbenson “As a millionaire whose campaign is failing, you should have hugged her and handed her $20 of your own money.”

      What is most telling about the incident is apparently Warren did not realize how bad the optics looked. She is a self-righteous scold, who has shown she is willing to lie about her ancestry in order to advance herself. She needs to realize voters have seen through her shallowness, and withdraw her candidacy.

    249. NYCmike says:

      “She needs to realize voters have seen through her shallowness, and withdraw her candidacy.”

      -This is why Wes, and others, calling me stupid, dumb etc doesn’t faze me in the least……I KNOW there are millions of others I can rely on to make me seem smart.

    250. Tina says:

      Yes and Durham is likely finished by that time. Plus some indictments of coup plotters.

      And you have fireworks at the hearing.

      I think Barr goes from Barr Stool to Barr Brawler.

    251. Scooterboy says:

      Just heard that 2020 NH DEM turnout was about 50,000 more than 2016.

      I was under the impression that turnout was lower.

    252. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      National GE: Poll of Registered voters

      Bloomberg 46% (+5)
      Trump 41%

      Biden 45% (+3)
      Trump 42%

      Sanders 45% (+2)
      Trump 43%

      Buttigieg 43% (+1)
      Trump 42%

      Warren 43%
      Trump 43%


    253. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      An explaination of the “weighing” of the Reuters/Ipsos poll that came out today. It would be nice to compare the “weighed” numbers with the actual raw numbers.

      “The sample includes 959 registered voters, 471 Democratic registered voters, 385 Republican registered voters, and 80 independent registered voters. Weighting was then employed to balance demographics to ensure that the sample’s composition reflects that of the adult population according to Census data and to provide results intended to approximate the sample universe.”

    254. John says:

      Now subtract the R’s and I’s that voted for a Democrat in the ‘open’ NH primary.

    255. NYCmike says:


      Yes, between 40-50K more

    256. PresidentPaul! says:


      Senate votes 51-45 to stop Trump from starting another fake war with Iran

    257. Hugh says:

      Pollsters are getting desperate as it’s becoming obvious to even many dem pundits that dems will get crushed. It’s a lose lose. Sanders wins the primary trump rolls. Sanders loses and his supporters are convinced he was cheated out of it. And oh btw they would be right. Too many of them will sit home. It’s the Buchanan brigade all over agin in steroids. I love it

    258. Phil says:

      Yeah, bunu….because he’s started so many of them over the last three years.

      Get a clue.

    259. PresidentPaul! says:

      Bush started a fake war in Iraq. I’m referring to all the presidents not just Trump.

    260. PresidentPaul! says:

      Trump Conditionally Approves Afghan Peace Deal
      US insists Taliban must reduce violence levels this month


    261. Tina says:

      Political Polls
      · 1h
      #NewHampshire Turnout in uncontested Primaries:

      2020 (Trump): 151,602 (100% Counted)
      2012 (Obama): 61,777
      2004 (Bush): 67,624
      1996 (Clinton): 91,562
      1984 (Reagan): 75,570 https://twitter.com/PpollingNumbers/status/1227626706913067008

    262. Tina says:

      Mute 43 or Pierre would have never answered like this:

      · 3h
      Question: “Some Republicans have said they had hoped you’d learn a lesson from impeachment. What lesson did you learn?”

      President Trump: “That the Democrats are crooked.”

    263. PresidentPaul! says:

      BREAKING: Epicenter of coronavirus outbreak reports 14,840 new cases, including clinically diagnosed cases, and 242 new deaths


    264. Tina says:

      Can somebody from his family stage an intervention?

      his is just sad.
      Quote Tweet

      Mark Grant
      · 4h
      “Iowa and Nevada have spoken,” Joe Biden mistakenly declared. He then went on to claim that Barack Obama had defeated an incumbent president in 2008, which he did not.

    265. Tina says:

      Buttplug has no mo in dc:

      Political Polls
      · 6h
      #NorthCarolina, @HighPointU Poll Among Registered Voters

      Sanders 25%
      Biden 19%
      Bloomberg 13%
      Warren 12%
      Buttigieg 6%
      Steyer/Klobuchar 3% https://twitter.com/ppollingnumbers/status/1227639072853721088

    266. PresidentPaul! says:

      New cases in China graphed. What happened?

      No way China could have lied.


    267. PresidentPaul! says:

      Demented Joe is the next Hillary. The candidate the voters hate but the DNC keeps pushing.

    268. mRviTO says:

      Comfortably Smug
      Pocahontas cancels reservations
      Quote Tweet

      David Wright
      · 5h
      Elizabeth Warren’s campaign canceled over $500,000 in South Carolina ad reservations that were set to begin this week; also canceled about $60,000 in Nevada ad reservations set for next week, per @Kantar_Media data
      Show this thread

    269. lisab says:

      Buttigieg tells illegal immigrants that America is ‘your country too’ in Spanish

    270. lisab says:

      Florida man not allowed to bring cutout of Trump to dialysis appointment

      The Port St. Lucie man wants to know why can’t bring his emotional support life-sized cutout of President Trump with him to his treatments.

    271. PresidentPaul! says:

      Feel the Bern. protester storms bloomberg stage

      “Bloomberg is trying to buy this Election. That is not Democracy! That is plutocracy!”


    272. Tina says:

      Yikes, but judge Amy Obama said it was a fair trial.

      Mike Cernovich
      Juror on Roger Stone case:

      – Democrat candidate for Congress

      – Despised Trump and his inner circle

      – Far left wing activist

    273. PresidentPaul! says:

      Hong Kong banking bubble is now 850% of GDP the same level that Iceland was at when TSHTF 10 years ago.

      Hong Kong real estate bubble is now #1 on the UBS global real estate bubble index.

      Hong Kong now has 50 cases of coronavirus and climbing.

      GTFO this thing is gonna blow soon. Which bank has the most exposure to Hong Kong you ask—>HSBC who is the primary custodian for the famous ETF GLD (gold in london) meaning when and if this thing blows the gold bugs buying digital gold are gonna be sh$% out of luck.

    274. PresidentPaul! says:

      2nd Coronavirus Case Confirmed In San Diego. Two cases not houses together meaning spreaders are still out and about.

      Corona-California coming?

    275. NYCmike says:


      -This is the type of “moral, always TRUTH-telling politician” “CG” will want to replace the Republican President we have now.

    276. PresidentPaul! says:

      Well that escalated quickly. The truth seeping out of CCP?


    277. verthilertva says:

      I am just writing to make you know what a amazing encounter my daughter obtained going through the blog. She figured out numerous pieces, which include what it is like to possess a marvelous teaching nature to make other folks with no trouble master several multifaceted issues. You undoubtedly exceeded my desires. Many thanks for delivering the invaluable, safe, edifying not to mention unique guidance on that topic to Evelyn.

    278. VictrC says:

      And hello to you too in China…Nigeria….Belarus or Russia

    279. jason says:

      Bunu, seek psychiatric help for talking to yourself.

    280. Tina says:

      Is this “real con” on drugs?

      Max Boot
      · 7h
      Please, Democrats, do the smart thing and coalesce quickly around one of the three moderates—Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar, or Michael Bloomberg—who are still standing after the first two contests. The future of our democracy may depend on it.

    281. Tina says:

      How did Tomeka Hart make it on Judge Amy Obama’s jury?


    282. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      277. “2nd Coronavirus Case Confirmed In San Diego. Two cases not houses together meaning spreaders are still out and about. Corona-California coming?”

      The two coronavirus cases were among a group of 232 Americans that was evacuated from Wuhan, China and being kept under quarantine at the Miramar Marine Air Station base. There are 200 more evacuees at March Air Force base in Riverside County.

      By the way, there is already a vacine for the virus being put through pre-clinical trials by Inovio Pharmaceuticals in San Diego. It hopefully will be released very soon. We have some of the best biotech in the world in San Diego.

    283. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      284. “Please, Democrats, do the smart thing and coalesce quickly around one of the three moderates — Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar or Mike Bloomberg — who are still standing after the first two contests. (Joe Biden is down for the count.) The future of our democracy might depend on it.”

      He gave a great summary of the Joe Biden’s standing in the race.

      When the debates began, the four major candidates were Biden, Warren, Sanders and Harris. Three of these are gone or soon to be gone, and Sanders has been lackluster.

    284. Tina says:

      Can Amy Obama explain how the jury foreman was not biased and could be impartial? She tweeted that the President and all of his supporters are racist.

    285. Phil says:

      So Boot thinks Buttigieg and Klobuchar are moderates. He needs to look into Buttigieg’s background and then Klobuchar’s senate voting record and get back to us on that one.

      Of course, Max Boot and his merry band of Never Trumpers know Pete and Amy aren’t anything like moderate. The real thing is, they just doesn’t care.

    286. mRviTO says:

      Kind of funny to see where Kamala and Spartacus ended up in NH After all the hype.

      Booker 155
      Sestak 143
      Harris 104
      Williamson 95

    287. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Trump totally dominates the Republican Party now:

      New Hampshire Primary:
      Trump 85.6%
      Weld 9.2%

      Iowa Caucus:
      Trump 97.1%
      1.3% Weld
      1.1% Walsh

      Utah Republicans; Approval of Trump (Deseret News/Hinckley Institute Poll)

    288. Chicon says:

      A little educational material if any of the Trade Deadenders want to open their minds to evidence post-1930’s.


    289. jason says:

      An AFL-CIO conservative thinks idiotic trade wars are great for America?


    290. jason says:

      Put to rest any idea this woman is a “moderate”.

      Mandatory buybacks is not confiscation…

      “During the first 2020 Democratic primary debate, Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar said if there is a mandatory buyback, it would not involve gun confiscation.

      “Gun confiscation, right, if the government is buying back, how do you not have that conversation?” moderator Chuck Todd asked.

      “Well, that’s not gun confiscation because you give them the offer to buy back their gun,” Klobuchar said.”

    291. jason says:

      Real education about idiotic trade wars and the failed AFL-CIO agenda of the last 70 years.


    292. jason says:

      Think it is only the manufacturing industry that is getting killed by the idiotic trade wars?

      Think again…


    293. jason says:

      “Many thanks for delivering the invaluable, safe, edifying not to mention unique guidance on that topic to Evelyn.”

      Hey, look, thank your daughter for reading my posts.

    294. jason says:

      Put me in the 7% that doesn’t think the Republican party should be like either Trump OR Romney, not that I am a Republican anymore.

      “A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 39% of Likely Republican Voters think Romney should be expelled from the Republican Party. Only slightly more (43%) disagree, while nearly one-in-five (18%) are undecided.

      Sixty-four percent (64%) of Republicans now have an unfavorable opinion of the man who was the GOP presidential nominee in 2012, with 38% who view him Very Unfavorably. That compares to 47% and 29% respectively last October. Thirty percent (30%) still share a favorable view of the Utah senator, down from 41% four months ago, including 17% with a Very Favorable one…

      Romney, during the 2016 presidential campaign and since his election to the Senate in 2018, has been a consistent Trump critic. But 63% of GOP voters think their party should be more like Trump than like Romney. Thirty percent (30%) say it should be more like Romney.”

    295. Phil says:

      I appreciate Trump’s recognition of the fact that China has been operating under unfair trade advantages plus the issue of technology theft which has barely been even acknowledged by prior administrations…..but for the love of God, we’ve now had three years of these heavy tariffs. I kept hoping these were mainly “negotiating tactics” to gain leverage, and thus temporary. Sadly, it’s obvious by now they aren’t going away and aren’t “temporary”. They are biting us and are economic headwinds for a number of sectors. It’s just not sound policy. I’m all for renegotiating some of the idiotic trade deals like NAFTA but tariffs and trade wars? No one wins a trade war. It’s cutting off your nose despite your face. Outside of Trump’s threat of tariffs against Mexico which I’ll admit did work in to leverage Mexico to finally act to close down their southern border to caravans, tariffs are the one Trump policy that is counter productive and which I flat can’t get behind. Trump’s been a very good President in the face of an all out attack by the left, however he’s flat wrong on tariffs.

    296. Phil says:

      …but haven’t you heard? Romney is the leader of the REAL Republican Party.

    297. jason says:

      Trump’s been a very good President in the face of an all out attack by the left, however he’s flat wrong on tariffs.”

      Yeah, maybe there is a reason why they never worked in the past.

    298. Tina says:

      Oh no, he tweeted this:

      The Reckoning ? Retweeted

      Donald J. Trump
      Now it looks like the fore person in the jury, in the Roger Stone case, had significant bias. Add that to everything else, and this is not looking good for the “Justice” Department.


    299. jason says:

      I am actually surprised on 30% of Rs that want the GOP to more like Romney, given that 95% support Trump, but I think they mean in demeanor rather than ideology or policy.

      I think Romney is a scumbag, but I prefer his demeanor to Trump’s, just like I prefer Reagan’s demeanor to Trump’s.

    300. Tina says:

      Again, how did Judge Amy Obama allow this person on the jury?

    301. Tina says:


      The Federalist
      Juror in Stone’s trial tweeted tweeted about Stone’s arrest and posted an article laying out his indictment.

    302. Tina says:


      Donald J. Trump
      Mini Mike Bloomberg is a LOSER who has money but can’t debate and has zero presence, you will see. He reminds me of a tiny version of Jeb “Low Energy” Bush, but Jeb has more political skill and has treated the Black community much better than Mini!

    303. VictrC says:

      So, the moderate “centrist” Bloomberg released his tax plan today. Ready for it:

      A $5Trillion dollar tax hike for Americans.

      Yes, that will stimulate the economy alright. What a farce the Dem field is. This is the guy who is supposed to be moderate

      $5T Tax hike on Americans and corporations including cap gains, higher tax brackets, wealth taxes ON TOP of moving cap gains to ordinary which goes higher. (Meaning the real top tax bracket for those who invest in the economy and create jobs goes from 20% to approx 47% before state taxes)

      Anti – second amendment crusader
      Pro government regulation – including those put on individuals
      Open border
      Rabidly Pro Abortion
      Extreme Liberal judges
      Forced Climate Change implementation including new taxes/regulations
      Thinks China is not a dictatorship

      And this is just the surface

      Yeah. That’s moderate alright. But some think its better than voting for Trump because he’s a meanie head.

    304. Tina says:

      I am sure stones attorneys tried to block her but Amy Obama is a corrupt judge.


      John Ocasio-Nolte
      This right here is THE question.

      If she lied, the conviction has to be tossed.

      If she told the truth and Stone’s lawyers let her thru, he’s probably screwed.

      If Stone’s lawyers wanted her out and the judge said no, huge appeal issue.
      Quote Tweet

    305. Phil says:

      New prediction.

      Bloomberg will get the nomination in the end. I think we’re looking at a Bloomberg – Klobuchar ticket.

      Very good chance I’m right about this one. Of course, I was sure for half a year that Harris would be the nominee and said so on numerous occasions so take it for what it’s worth. Still, whereas, my Harris prediction was based on demographics and my assessment of how effective a campaigner I thought Harris would be (dead wrong) this prediction is based on more information – the collapse of Biden and Warren, lack of money of Pete and Klobuchar relative to Bloomberg, desire by the DNC and Democratic establishment to rally around someone to block Bernie….I just see it all lining up that way.

      The non Bernie lane is too crowded (with the entrance of Bloomberg) for Pete or Amy to jump out to any kind of a lead. It’s math. The non Bernie lane is too fragmented.

      Watch California in three weeks. Lots of delegates. If Sanders wins a plurality there I think we’re headed to a second ballot at the convention. It’s a ballot Sanders can’t possibly win….but multiple ballots are very very good for Trump.

    306. Chicon says:

      Hi, Phil, hope you’re well. I’m not sure I understand why a second ballot is so good for Trump.

    307. DW says:

      For a couple days now RRH has a few regulars there talking about the drapes Bloomberg will pick for the white house.

      I say, lets wait to see Bloomberg actually win something.

    308. Phil says:

      The more disappointed and angry Sanders supporters are the more it helps Trump in the GE. Bernie going into the convention with a plurality of delegates but being denied plays into that. Will most “come home” by November? Sure, but not all. This helps Trump at the margins especially in close upper midwestern states which will determine the election. Bernie’s people who stayed home at a minimum made the difference in Michigan (a difference of a mere 10,000 votes).

    309. jason says:

      NeverTrumper, excuse me, Budding Democrat Max Boot, after failing miserably telling Rs how to vote, now is telling Dems how to vote, and being ripped a new a-hole for it.

      Max Boot

      Please, Democrats, do the smart thing and coalesce quickly around one of the three moderates—Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar, or Michael Bloomberg—who are still standing after the first two contests. The future of our democracy may depend on it.”


      “The future of our democracy may depend on a racist Republican billionaire literally buying an election.

      Thanks for the tip, Max.”

    310. jason says:

      The Budding Democrats are suffering from the delusion that the Dems admire them for opposing Trump.

      Sorry, they don’t. They despise you.

      They might think you are useful idiots now, but they will discard you like garbage if they win.

    311. VictrC says:

      Something else I find a bit odd that no one is bringing up is that Bloomberg is the consummate carpet bagger, with no real loyalty to anyone but what furthers his agenda.

      he was a Dem for 60+ years. Then, when he saw it was hard to run in the D primary for mayor he decides to co-opt a couple R positions (in NYC not hard to do) and then run on the R ticket because he has no competition.

      When that moniker is no longer needed four years later he switches to I.

      When that moniker is no longer expedient he becomes a Dem again, but only after a majority of the 20+ candidates have been gleaned from the primary so he doesn’t have to run against them.

      Lastly, how about the Dems who rail about money in politics. In each of the last two elections Bloomberg has spent more than $100+M on liberal causes.

      This is who he really is.

    312. jason says:


      “Manchin: You bet I might endorse Trump’s re-election”

    313. Tina says:

      Welcome to Gainsboro, NC, dumberg.

      Drat candidates mention the wrong states they are in or invent a new city name.

    314. Wes says:


      Unfortunately West Virginians are so goddamn stupid Manchin will get away with this.

    315. Victrc says:

      Wes. To wit, WV may be dumb, but whose the one who gave Manchin cover to vote for conviction to satisfy his extremist party leaders…non other than St. Romney the Holy.

    316. DW says:

      Morning consult national poll

      Bolshevik Bernie 29% (+4)
      Pony Soldier 19% (-3)
      Gloomberg 18% (+1)
      Mayor Butt. 11%
      Fauxahontas 10%
      Klobber 5%

    317. Tina says:

      Cccp got big mo.

    318. NYCmike says:

      #320 – That may a bit complicated for Wes to understand, Victrc. You may have to explain it further.

    319. Phil says:

      Manchin is such a weasel. God, I despise the guy.

      Yeah, a real profile in courage type of guy. Waits ten minutes untilafter Collins announces the deciding vote for Kavanaugh and then, low and behold, he’s suddenly for him too. LOL

      Schumer: Hey, Joe. Let’s see how Collins votes.

      Joe: Ok, boss. Let me know what you want to do.

      Schumer: Never mind. Just got word Collins is a yes on Kavanaugh. Puts him over the top.

      Joe: So I have your permission to vote yes?

      Schumer: Yeah, election is just a couple of months away and we need your seat so vote yes. Your dumbass WV constituents will fall for it.

      Joe: (chuckling) yeah, they’re pretty dumb alright. Just remember, Chuck. I’m here when you need me.

      Schumer: (laughing) I know, Joe. We got a good thing going here.

    320. Phil says:

      Joe Scarborough says this morning that Trump would arrest all journalists who opposed him if he thought he could get away with it.


      That Mika must be the best stuff that any man has ever had.

    321. Tina says:

      Wow, this is mistrial material.

      Jack Posobiec ??
      Here is the Tomeka Hill’s testimony in court during her

      She testified she had no specific recollection of Roger Stone

      In reality, she had extensive postings about the Russia investigation and mocked Roger Stone’s arrest, this may constitute perjury

    322. Dylan says:

      The democrats are so shameless. Despite now fully knowing that the Stone trial was very likely tainted by a perjurious juror with an agenda, they still are floating an IMPEACH BARR, REIMPEACH TRUMP abuse of power meme for any of them daring to criticize the sentencing possibilities. What a joke. This conviction is getting tossed by the court of appeal. No way does Trump even have to invoke pardon power here.

    323. Dylan says:

      Wasn’t Newt Gingrich supposed to be some sort of “grand strategist” for the Trump administration? What has he done? He should get involved with the whole corruption of liberal academia and the student loan scam and figure out a way to shepherd through some reforms so colleges are not allowed to be raking in money while incubating little socialists. These politicians. . . . .

    324. Wes says:

      You’ll find no defense of Romney’s self-serving vote and sanctimonious explanation, Vic.

      That said, Manchin went further than Romney in voting for BOTH articles. Cover from Romney goes only so far, but the brain dead West Virginians will nonetheless vote to let Manchin kick their teeth down their throats again in four years.

    325. VictrC says:

      Wes. Agreed and I don’t think anyone here, except of course our in house faux Conservatives, has defended Romney’s sleeze.

      Was just making a point how sleazy both Manchin and Romney are, and how blind the voters of WV are (as you so astutely stated).

    326. PresidentPaul! says:

      TSLA back to boom boom today.

    327. jason says:

      (as you so astutely stated).

      Take it easy, you don’t want to give wes a big head…

    328. jason says:

      Personally, any time Rand Paul is removed from anything that is fine with me.

      Preferably from the senate floor.

    329. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Biden 47% (+1)
      Trump 46%

      Sanders 47%
      Trump 47%


    330. DW says:

      335 – I know Tarrance group is an R firm, but still I will take it. Wisconsin is in my opinion at the top of list of possible at risk red states from 2016 that might flip blue. Even more so than Michigan. Wisconsin is the smaller of the two, and Milwaukee + Madison has a great potential to impact the state than Detroit does to impact MI. Furthermore, Madison is stuffed with Sanders’ Bolsheviks desperate for this to be the USSA.

    331. DW says:

      oh and that WI poll is also a month old.

    332. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      The Nevada Culinary Union announces which presidential candidate it will endorse in about 15 minutes. This is a huge endorsement — union members will likely participate in mass in the Nevada caucuses.

    333. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      The Nevada Culinary Union did not endorse any candidate. This was a blow to both Biden and Warren, who actively sought the endorsement.

      The union is still distributing flyers attacking Sanders as a threat to the union health care plan.

    334. Wes says:

      Bloomberg is garnering support from multiple black Dems. Blacks are usually Establishment Dems who toe the party line. This is probably an indication the Dems are going all in on Bloomberg to stop Sanders.

    335. NYCmike says:

      “The Nevada Culinary Union did not endorse any candidate.”

      -Not shocking….The union has another week and a half to coerce more money/promises/power from one of the candidates…….

    336. NYCmike says:


      is there a link for #341?

      Thanks in advance.

    337. Wes says:


      Here’s one, Mikey. Three black Congressmen have also recently endorsed him, though I haven’t found a link for that as yet.

    338. mnw says:

      326 Tina

      I don’t think we’re anywhere near reversed & remanded territory here. Once a court accepts a verdict, juror misconduct has to be a lot more godawful than this was in order to get a conviction overturned.

      Courts are always extraordinarily hostile to going behind a jury verdict to look for some juror impropriety. You’d have to see it to realize their animosity to it.

      The better claim might be ineffective assistance of counsel, but that’s damn near as insurmountable as getting a new trial based on juror misconduct.

    339. Waingro says:

      Bernie is gonna win this thing isn’t he?

    340. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      341. “This is probably an indication the Dems are going all in on Bloomberg to stop Sanders.”

      And that Bloomberg is spending his money well. Giving large amounts of money to people seems to always increase a candidate’s popularity among those who receive it.

    341. Bitterlaw says:

      If I saw Donald Trump coming towards me, I would cross the street to avoid shaking his hand. I would cross the street TO shake Romney’s hand. That said, I want Trump to be re-elected.

    342. Phil says:

      As I said this morning, Bloomberg will be the nominee.

      The question is, how many of Sanders’ supporters will refuse to throw in with the sixty five billionaire man in November. If Bernie goes into the convention with a plurality of delegates and then falls short in the end due to the super delegates throwing it to Bloomberg there will be a significant number who won’t.

    343. Phil says:

      I wouldn’t take half a step to shake Romney’s hand.

      To each his own.

    344. Tina says:

      Yup, I regret my vote doe Quittens,


    345. jason says:

      Romney would not shake anybody’s hand anyway, unless he thought it would get him on TV.

    346. Waingro says:

      “The question is, how many of Sanders’ supporters will refuse to throw in with the sixty five billionaire man in November. If Bernie goes into the convention with a plurality of delegates and then falls short in the end due to the super delegates throwing it to Bloomberg there will be a significant number who won’t.”

      I’ll have my popcorn ready if that happens.

    347. Bitterlaw says:

      You live in California, Tina. All of your votes are wasted.

    348. Bitterlaw says:

      In deep blue states, angry Sanders voters can stay home. In states like PA, Wisconsin, Michigan and other close states, Sanders voters would vote for Bloomberg.

    349. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      If Bloomberg in effect buys the nomination, Sanders is going to run third party as a Democratic Socialist. He is not going to support a billionaire plutocrat who openly loaths socialism.

    350. mRviTO says:

      “You live in California, Tina. All of your votes are wasted.”

      No they arent, you meanie!

      Oh, VOTES. Not VOTERS. Carry on.

    351. mRviTO says:



    352. mRviTO says:

      “In states like PA, Wisconsin, Michigan and other close states, Sanders voters would vote for Bloomberg.”

      Jason is voting for bloomberg?

    353. mRviTO says:

      John R Lott Jr.
      What percent of Americans agree with this?

      @MichaelBloomberg says California should “serve as a model for running the country should he become president.”

    354. Chicon says:

      359 – would sore loser laws prevent Sanders from running in some states as a 3rd party candidate?

    355. Chicon says:

      363 – Trump should ask why not New York City.

    356. Phil says:

      I think Bloomberg gets the nomination. I don’t think Bernie will run on a third party ticket, however. Waaay too much pressure on him from the MSM and rest of the Democratic Party for him to do that. He won’t want to be tagged as the one who ensured the re-election of Donald Trump. In fact, he will probably be pressured into endorsing Bloomberg. However, as my friend San Diego rightly points out, it’s going to be tough for him to reconcile campaigning as a socialist and then throwing in with the billionaire of all billionaires Michael Bloomberg. More importantly, many of his followers won’t. It’s a bridge too far and that is what so delicious.

      Trump in November. Until then, I will continue to feel the Bern and be voting for Sanders in my primary. The perfect scenario is for Bernie to go into the convention with a plurality of delegates.

    357. Phil says:

      If California is Bloomberg’s idea of how the country should be run then God help us. Wait, he really said that?

    358. Tina says:

      Gallup party Id


      According to Gallup’s latest Party Affiliation Poll, the breakdown is (Jan 16-29):

      Republicans – 30% (+3%)

      Democrats – 27% (same)

      Independents – 42% (-3%)

    359. Tina says:

      So when do we see the r plus 3 polls?

    360. Tgca says:

      Bloomie will not get most of Bernie’s folks behind him in a GE. They will show him more hate than Trump by far. If Bloomie buys the primary they will see him as everything they stand against – a privileged white male greedy capitalist who believes he is beyond the rules all else must live by. He couldn’t compete and win the primary so he used his money to steal it.

      Bloomie will also be very challenged with minorities with all the media play he gets on his remarks about them and his stop and frisk program – “throw them against the wall” will not play well in AA communities.

      …and lastly, his video showing contempt for the Midwest calling them ignorant and uneducated and not being allowed in the room with “the intelligentsia” is not gonna embrace working class folks to him.

      He is a coastal lib who detests those he perceives below him and that shows and that is why he will struggle to appeal to certain Dem constituents.

    361. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      370. Totally agree.

    362. Hugh says:

      370. So true. The dems are friggin delusional

    363. jason says:

      I smell a rat at Predictit. In the last few hours Bloomberg became the favorite in all southern states… Bloomberg would certainly have the money to swing the market, wouldn’t take a big investment.

    364. Phil says:

      Delusional but the powers that be are desperate to put someone at the top of the ticket not named Bernie. With the implosion of Biden many are turning to Bloomberg who has the money plus “perception” of being more moderate for a GE run.

      That’s it in a nutshell. They want more than anything to defeat Trump and Bloomberg they think gives them the best hope…just as Biden once gave them the same hope.

    365. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      This analysis is spot on:

      Derek Thompson
      – Who’s the Democratic primary favorite?
      – No one.
      – I know it’s close, but who’s ahead?
      – No one’s ahead.
      – So it hasn’t started, yet?
      – It has started.
      – And the favorite is?
      – No one.
      – Oh, it’s a tie. Who’s tied for the lead?
      – It’s not tied.
      – So who’s winning?
      – No one.

    366. michiganGuy says:

      Bloomberg said. “Redlining, if you remember, was the term where banks took whole neighborhoods and said, ‘People in these neighborhoods are poor, they’re not going to be able to pay off their mortgages, tell your salesmen don’t go into those areas
      Democrats please choose bloomberg 🙂

    367. lisab says:

      remember corey is voting for bloomberg

      of course …

      corey also thinks sean penn is a city in cambodia

    368. lisab says:

      Joe Biden: It Is Rational to Prohibit ’50 Clips in a Weapon’ –

    369. Phil says:

      Bloomberg is about to swallow Biden whole.

    370. mRviTO says:

      This thread is quite an interesting read.



      Blake Zeff
      The degree to which Michael Bloomberg is using his fortune to fundamentally alter & manipulate U.S. politics to his personal advantage extends way beyond ads. I’ve worked against him, covered him as a journalist & worked with his top aides. Here’s their playbook: (1/17)

    371. Phil says:

      Good Lord. That’s scary as hell.

    372. Cash Cow TM says:


      Now I am going to have to figure out what can be spelled using the letter in:

      Bloomberg – Klobuchar

    373. Cash Cow TM says:

      Maybe I will use “Bloomberg and Klobuchar”

      I gain an “N” and can make words ending in

      All this is making Cow’s head hurt.

    374. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      379. “Bloomberg is about to swallow Biden whole.”

      Wouldn’t that be a Mad Cow Disease risk?

    375. Merely wanna remark on few general things, The website design and style is perfect, the subject matter is very excellent : D.

    376. Victrc says:

      I read the the twitter link above about Bloomberg and a couple of things struck me:

      First is how no one is speaking about Bloomberg’s disregard for the rules. As mayor he literally did the thing that the leftnis terrified Trump will do and that was step down after his term limited time in office was up. He literally paid millions upon millions of dollars to circumvent the law and stay in office. How does this not scare anyone and how can it not reflect back on what his true nature is?

      Second. Yes. Bloomberg is going to play to the type of negative commenter you saw in the twitter thread. The Corey type get Trump out no matter who it is. That plays well in Ca, NY, DC and Chicago, but does that play with blue collar workers in Michigan, PA and Wisconsin?

      Money. Many are terrified about how much he’s going to spend. News flash. When all is said and done Trump and the RNC will have a billion dollars as well to counter him, as well as the bully pulpit of the Presidency. Eventually Bloomberg’s banning of his news agency (and therefore others) of reporting on his campaign will wear off and he will have to take his appeal to the people. Not the Rabid anti-Trump people, but the American public. He’s going to have to excite those voters in MI, WI and PA as well as convince black voters to overlook all his comments and actions from the past just because he’s not Trump.

      I think it’s a long way until November and people still have to like the man. Being rich and not Trump isn’t going to be enough. He’s going to have to earn it.

    377. Wes says:

      Random diabolical act committed by me:

      I had some habanero wings in the refrigerator and didn’t tell Tink about them. When I was out, she tried to eat one.

      I’ve never heard such vile invective.


    378. jason says:

      Some women don’t like it hot.

    379. jason says:

      According to Katy Tur, Bunu will now be able to afford a Tesla.

      ”When I ask people if they’re voting for [POTUS], I hear about their 401(k)s a lot … but there are those out that who don’t have a 401(k) and this economy is not really working for them. They can get a car, but it’s a loan that will take 30 years.”

    380. Victrc says:

      LOL Wes. That gave me a chuckle to start the day

    381. Paul says:

      New Texas head-to-head polls that show the opposite of what most show. It shows a tighter race with Trump vs Sanders (+2pt) or Trump vs Warren (+2pt) than with the others. Not sure if I buy it.

      Trump 47, Sanders 45
      Trump 46, Buttigieg 41
      Trump 46, Bloomberg 41
      Trump 46, Klobuchar 41
      Trump 47, Biden 43
      Trump 47, Warren 44


    382. Paul says:

      I imagine my Bernie compatriots will hit me over the head with that poll to prove that he has the best shot.

    383. Phil says:


      Feel the Bern!

    384. DW says:

      Some at RRH have ceded the DEM primary to Bloomberg, along with the general election.

      I am looking at it from the perspective that he could be a help to Trump. By not starting the race until Super Tuesday, he obviously isn’t making any noise in the first four states. This gives some degree of momentum to those candidates who did well in the first four. They will be in play on Super Tuesday. However, only Bloomberg will have the cash to compete in every Super Tuesday state, and may just do well enough to get a split decision so that Super Tuesday solves nothing and few drop out. Dems could still be slugging this thing out on June 2nd in New Jersey, having had months of saying things about each other that they cannot un-say for the general election.

    385. VictrC says:

      What an absolute joke. Trump wins Texas by at least 10% or more. Bernie? Bloomberg? Buttageig? Warren? In Texas? Maybe Austin, but that’s its.

      Remember good ol Abortion Wendy. How did she do?

    386. Paul says:

      Warren is an Oklahoma native, so almost a Texan. 🙂

    387. Messy says:

      i went up to new hampshire to see the primary. The Franklin Pierce fan club (they run his “manse” in Concord), is thrilled with Trump because tht makes Ol’ Frankie no longer the third worst president. He moves up a notch.

      I’ve come to the conclusion that it’s gonna be Bernie vs. Bloomburg. Sadly, Joe has imploded.

    388. Tina says:

      Bloomberg is now ahead in the Florida Primary.

    389. DW says:

      Florida D primary poll:
      Gloomberg 27%
      Pony Soldier 26%
      Mayor Butt. 11%
      Bolshevik Bernie 10%
      Klobber 9%
      Fauxahontas 5%
      Tom Steyer 1%
      Undecided 11%

    390. Tina says:

      Still deciding who would be the weaker candidate, cccp sanders or dumberg.

      Dumberg has money but he grates, maybe even more than Her Thighness. Plus he is a socialist.

      Cccp is cccp.

    391. lisab says:

      ”When I ask people if they’re voting for [POTUS], I hear about their 401(k)s a lot … but there are those out that who don’t have a 401(k) and this economy is not really working for them.:

      true … about 40% of the population have ZERO or NEGATIVE wealth

      another 20-30% have very little wealth

    392. lisab says:

      What an absolute joke. Trump wins Texas by at least 10% or more. Bernie? Bloomberg? Buttageig? Warren? In Texas?

      i don’t know

      remember in 2016, corey said alabama, utah and georgia were in play

      texas cannot be safe

    393. lisab says:

      i’m not sure people will come out for bloomberg

      much like biden he is not exciting at all

    394. John says:

      Regarding that Texas poll…the Dallas Morning News had a poll 12 days ago in which Trump leads Sanders 45-39 BEFORE his acquittal

    395. DW says:

      #Navada @AARP/@reviewjournal Poll (2/11-13):

      Bolshevik Bernie 25
      Pony Soldier 18%
      Fauxahontas 13%
      Steyer 11%
      Mayor Butt. 10%
      Klobber 10%

    396. Phil says:

      LOL Texas is safe guys. You are looking at a 9 or 10 point Trump win in the Fall. Any poll showing Bernie running the best vs Trump in my state is absolute garbage.

      Nominate Bernie.

    397. jason says:

      Elections have consequences…

      “NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — From sleeping on the ground to stealing, some business owners in Grand Central Terminal say the homeless population is taking over and they simply can’t take it anymore.

      Inside the world-class transit hub adorned with grand chandeliers, you’ll find men and women sleeping at tables, hunched over on benches, using drinking fountains to bathe and walking barefoot feet away from where about two dozen business owners are trying to make a living selling food.

      “At 5:30 in the afternoon, it becomes a homeless shelter,” business owner Joe Germanotta said.

      Germanotta owns Art Bird & Whiskey Bar, one of the restaurants in the lower-level dining concourse of Grand Central Terminal. He says the overwhelming homeless problem has him on the brink of closing. He’s already cut staff.

      “What’s the worst thing you’ve seen?” CBS2’s Jessica Layton asked.

      “People sitting in chairs with their… exposed,” Germanotta said. “Sometimes they can be violent … One guy, I think it was yesterday, he was peeing himself.”

      A worker at a Chinese-American take-out recently opened the shop to find a man passed out on their floor, and they have surveillance video of someone breaking in overnight and stealing tablets.

      “The customers are afraid to come in to buy. You know, the customers don’t want to eat because there’s no space for seating,” restaurant manager Tamarsha Sandiford said.

      “People are scared to come and sit here and eat with their families,” restaurant manager Jimmy Ponce said.

    398. Tina says:

      McCabe is free. No charges to be filed for his lies to investigators.

      Notice the contrast for Flynn who was doing his job and egomaniac stone.

    399. Tina says:

      McCabe even admits he lied and he lied to several differrent investigators

      This makes Barr Stool look weak unless he drops prosecutiion into Flynn and justice makes Flynn whole again.

      More importantly it does not restore faith to the doj and reinforces a two tier system of justice. U

    400. Tina says:

      I am not for political retribution.

      Flynn did not lie.

      Stone lied about something immaterial.

      McCabe lied several times and walks.

      Trump needs to intervene and pardon flynn and stone. Send a message that we no longer seek retribution

    401. NYCmike says:


      Don’t fret.

      Bitterlaw will be by shortly to let us know why and how FBI employees can lie to investigators but others can’t lie to the FBI.

      He learned it in law school, don’t you know.

    402. jason says:

      What about Durham, is McCabe off the hook with him too?

    403. jason says:

      A lot of conservative sites jumping on the “Bloomberg is a racist” meme.

      I don’t think Bloomberg is a racist, I don’t think stop and frisk is racist either even if Bloomberg is now apologizing for it.

    404. Tina says:

      Nothing from durham

      Only no charges for the ig referral on McCabe

      Bar stool is turning into sessions 2.0.
      Weak and ineffective

      Hate to say it and still opens to be proven wrong.

    405. Tina says:

      So McCabe a drat lies in a criminal investigation several times and walks free

      Stone lies about something not material and is charged.

      Flynn does not lie and is charged by coup plotters

      Two tier system of justice

    406. Tina says:


      Barr orders review of Flynn case and others

      Shimon Prokupecz
      · 9m
      William Barr is ordering a re-examinations of several high-profile cases, including that of former national security adviser Michael Flynn. US Attorney Jeffrey Jensen of St. Louis has been tasked with taking a second look at some aspects of the sensitive cases. @evanperez

    407. Tina says:

      It’s bitter sweet I guess

      A consolidation prize of sorts is that these corrupt drat Leo’s were fired But under a drat/rino regime they can reappear.

    408. NYCmike says:

      “I don’t think Bloomberg is a racist, I don’t think stop and frisk is racist either even if Bloomberg is now apologizing for it.”

      -Same as with Trump, Bloomberg is not a racist.

      AND, stop-and-frisk was a necessary, effective, and event-dictated policy put in place by the NYPD.

      Bloomberg is also a pandering, anti-gun, nanny-state, thinks-he-is-better person who believes in abortion up until, and possibly after, the birth of a child…….which is why strong “lifelong small-government conservative Republicans” like Robbie and “CG” want him to defeat Trump in November.

    409. dblaikie says:

      Just to remind folks, this decision has nothing to do with what Durham is investigating. This comes from way back to the IG report on Hillary’s e-mails. People need to chill out.

      One thing I do believe. Bill Barr is his own person with lots of integrity. As for me, I will continue to trust his process — sorry Tina.

    410. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      BREAKING: Avenetti guilty on all counts in the Nike case. And here, I thought CNN said he was Presidential material!

      Stephen Brown
      · 5m
      Michael Avenatti guilty on all counts in Nike extortion trial. He stared straight ahead and showed no reaction as verdict was read.

    411. Wobbles says:

      I am on hold on the Suicide Hotline.

      They say the hold is 845 minutes.

    412. Tina says:

      Does real con, the whale, think that Avenatti is the “Holy Spirit?”

    413. Tina says:

      Jack Posobiec ??
      · 1h
      “Roger Stone lied under oath in an investigation that’s why he needs to be locked up until he dies unlike Andrew McCabe who lied under oath in an investigation and doesn’t need to be charged”

      – Legalbros today

    414. Phil says:

      Does that mean we won’t see Avenatti on CNN for the next twenty years? How about The View? MSNBC?

      I thought this was the guy who was going to save our Republic. How do they expect him to do so from jail. Not fair.

      Free Michael Avenatti!

    415. NYCmike says:

      Hopefully, this will be the last time anyone mentions Avenatti, Stormy and any of these other bit players the media has used to divert attention away from the crimes committed by the Obama administration.

    416. Waingro says:

      “BREAKING: Avenetti guilty on all counts in the Nike case. And here, I thought CNN said he was Presidential material!”

      Brian Stelter hardest hit.

      I can’t wait for the Trump troll tweets. I usually could care less about that and get annoyed some times by them, but Trump absolutely deserves to go OFF on that guy.

    417. Tina says:

      Poor wobbles. Maybe the Clinton Groupie can consult you.

    418. Tina says:

      I am all for trumps tweets.

      Not about pending legal matters/cases before doj.

      Hope he cools it in that regard. I agree with Bar Stool.

    419. Phil says:

      Well, you know the MSM won’t be mentioning him. He lost his usefulness to the left as soon as the indictments of him came out. It’s like CNN has never heard of him…the guy who once appeared on their network 4-5 nights a week for three solid months. Now? It’s like Michael Who?

    420. mRviTO says:

      Political Polls
      #National Democratic Primary, Head-2-Head:
      Sanders 54% (+21)
      Klobuchar 33%
      Sanders 54% (+17)
      Buttigieg 37%
      Sanders 53% (+15)
      Bloomberg 38
      Sanders 48% (+4)
      Biden 44%
      Sanders 44% (+2)
      Warren 42%


    421. mRviTO says:

      Feel the Bern.

    422. mRviTO says:

      Trump needs to let DonJr be his surrogate on the tweeting front for most things.

    423. lisab says:

      corey says:

      In a matter of hours, I believe Donald Trump will have “failed hugely” and for America, that will be good. The work is not done though until Trumpism and what it represents is thoroughly defeated.

      Now, on to the predictions. These are changes and totals only


      IA- Tossup Trump, change from Tossup Clinton

      Electoral College- Clinton 341, Trump 197

    424. Waingro says:

      #430, yeah, I don’t buy that poll for a second.

    425. Tina says:

      “One reason why I’m taking you seriously as a contender is because of your presence on cable news.”

      Cn and ns fugly, unreliable sources to Porn Lawyah, back in the days

    426. NYCmike says:

      “#430, yeah, I don’t buy that poll for a second.”

      -Re-weigh! Re-weigh!

    427. Tina says:

      Ain’t this the truth

      Larry Schweikart Retweeted

      Robert Barnes
      By now, after Rosenstein, Huber, Whitaker, Durham, etc., you should see the pattern: announce a “independent review” to quiet the base, distract Trump, then cover up for the #DeepState. #McCabe #DOJ

    428. jason says:

      Amoral Scumbag must be devastated his hero, the man he considered the moral compass of America because he was out to destroy the evil Trump, was convicted on all counts.

      But there are still 2 more trials to go, and they should be slam dunks for the prosecutors.

    429. jason says:

      IA- Tossup Trump, change from Tossup Clinton”

      Trump 800,983 Clinton 653,669

    430. Paul says:

      #430: I would have thought there would be more of a moderate coalescing when it is just one candidate against Bernie. Good news for Bernie. Is it bad news or good news for Dem party, not sure.

    431. Waingro says:

      #440, the fact that Pocahontas is the closest to Crazy Bernie in that poll tells you all you need to know about that sample.

    432. Tina says:

      g ? Retweeted

      Political Polls
      South Carolina Democratic Primary:
      Biden 28%
      Sanders 20%
      Steyer 14%
      Buttigieg 8%
      Klobuchar 7%
      Warren 7%
      Bloomberg 6%
      Gabbard 1%

      East Carolina University 2/12-13

    433. Tina says:

      I am sure Goober will be on pawn Hannitys program.

      Pawn says that there is something coooking with the Durham investigation.

      Something big about to break.

    434. NYCmike says:

      “Something big about to break.”


      Maybe let’s try this…….let it happen, then we can be like “WOW, something actually happened!”……instead of this constant “about to” b*llsh*t.

      Just a thought……

    435. Tina says:

      I agree.

      According to pawn Hannitys and Goober graham, this is a daily event.

      Something big is going to happen could mean a lot of things.

    436. PresidentPaul! says:

      I’m thinking gold mining stocks are the way to go right now. If you believe in gold you can still get yield but not enough might as well just go with the miners. yamana, barricks, franco, asas etc

    437. PresidentPaul! says:

      Democrats React to the New Hampshire Primary Results’ Ep. 304 Cold Open | Our Cartoon President


    438. PresidentPaul! says:

      Charlie Munger discusses EBIDA earnings.

      Munger slammed companies that use “adjusted EBITDA” to report their earnings, calling the metric exactly what it is: “bullsh/it earnings”.


    439. PresidentPaul! says:

      “And I heard a voice in the midst of the four beasts, and I looked and behold: a pale horse. And his name, that sat on him, was Death. And Hell followed with him.”
      Don’t sit out for the dollar collapse

    440. Tgca says:


      Romney switching parties?

      The GOP left him.

      He feels more at home with the Dems.

      He has great admiration for Pelosi and her leadership is more what the country needs.

      He sees AOC and Ilhan as the future with sensible ideas and solutions to problems that plague the US.

      He will always protect a woman’s right to choose.

      He was for gay marriage before he was against it and is now for it again.

      Romney for Tranny rights all along…folks just distorted his views.

      Romney/AOC 2024!!!

    441. Tgca says:

      Does this mean Avenatti won’t be POTUS?

      If Trump pardons him, can he run against and oust Trump or does the original felony conviction fore tortious bar him from the presidency?


    442. Tgca says:

      Happy VD!!!

      Here’s wishing all you Hedgehoggers many more VD celebrations.

    443. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Right after the Brett Kavanaugh SCOTUS confirmation, Charles Grassley(R-IA) sent criminal referrals to the FBI on about a half-dozen women who lied to the Senate Judiciary Committee about their interactions with Mr. Kavanaugh.

      What has Wray’s FBI done with this matter that seemed like a slam dunk for prosecution?

      There really is a two-tiered justice system in DC when it comes to federal offenses.

    444. Bitterlaw says:

      McCabe goes free. Where is the outrage at Trump over this? Oh. Wait. There is never outrage at Trump.

    445. Bitterlaw says:

      Can we just fast forward to November?

      Trump will run on the booming economy. Dems will run on Trump being a scumbag. Both are true. Why waste billions on ads? Whomever gets the most delegates on Super Tuesday is the Dem nominee.

    446. Phil says:

      There is never outrage at Trump?

      That’s all we’ve seen is outrage at Trump for the last three years……morning noon and night, 24/7, all day every day, dawn to dusk, day in day out.

    447. Bitterlaw says:

      Phil – I meant at HHR. Trump was right. If he pointed a gun at Tina and NYC they would fight over the right to be shot first.

    448. Phil says:

      Well, in this case it would be hard to rage at Trump over McCabe skating. If Trump had his way he’d not only have McCabe in jail, he’d have him boiled in acid. I have no idea what Trump’s Dept of Justice was thinking here. The Dept of Justice has been doing its own thing since Trump was inaugurated. Maybe Trump should have cleaned house when he first took office and since he didn’t that’s on him.

    449. Tina says:

      Oh no, Peggy Nuissance declares Dumberg is a moderate.

    450. Tina says:

      Don’t worry, bitters friend, Goober, will make it right through his “investigation.”

    451. Cash Cow TM says:

      “Bloomberg and Klobuchar”

      rob Don black gamble hour
      had boomerang blur block
      bumble log bark doo ranch
      humble black dragon boor

    452. jason says:

      Senator Sasse on Avenatti…

      “Michael Avenatti is a D-list attorney but a Grade-A scumbag. It’s hard to get airtime from the slammer, so Nike’s win is cable television’s loss. In the end, Michael Avenatti wasn’t a real attorney, he just played one on TV.”


    453. jason says:

      “Trump will run on the booming economy. Dems will run on Trump being a scumbag. Both are true.”

      Wishful thinking. If that were the choice, Trump would win the biggest landslide in history.

      The Dems will run on what they always run. Free goodies, entitlements, the nanny state. Unfortunately, that is appealing to a lot of people.

      And of course the Dems have their own scumbags, unless anyone believes Joe Biden is not a scumbag.

    454. Bitterlaw says:

      Biden is a flaming liberal. He used his influence to gain financial advantage for his son and himself. However, I am not aware of him treating women like Wes and Trump do. That places him on a lower level of scumbag than Trump.*

      *If there is evidence of him assaulting children, he would be worse than Trump.

    455. Bitterlaw says:

      Biden is a flaming liberal. He used his influence to gain financial advantage for his son and himself. However, I am not aware of him treating women like Wes and Trump do. That places him on a lower level of scumbag than Trump.*

      *If there is evidence of him assaulting children, he would be much worse than Trump.

    456. Messy says:

      BTW, when you said that Republican hacking of the Iowa caucuses was due to Democratic incompence…no it wasn’t. https://www.newsweek.com/rnc-funded-roughly-11000-automated-calls-jam-house-democrats-phone-lines-amid-impeachment-1469719
      445. McCabe did nothing wrong or illegal. They tried for two years. They brought a case to the Grand Jury TWICE and they decided NOT to iniddict.

    457. jason says:

      I am not aware of him treating women like Wes and Trump do.”

      You haven’t been watching the videos or listening to the testimony.


    458. Victrc says:

      Well, if we are making Trump’s treatment of women over a decade ago as a campaign issue, certainly the left will not want someone like Bloomberg, who apparently is cut from the same vein as Trump…right?

      Oh wait, those scandals and Bloomberg’s misogyny dont matter right. Just trump being gone.

    459. Messy says:

      468. The Guardian wants to take the US down and surreptitiously supports Trump in order to do so.

      469. No scandals. Nothing is more important than getting rid of the orange destoyer.

    460. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      #467- Messy the Moron
      We still await your informing us of the eight(8) Republican Senators you said would voted for Trump’s removal from office.(You claimed that 55 Senators in total would vote to give The Donald the boot.)Granted that you received “Mommy Pants”Romney’s vote.
      Your prediction of 55 Senators voting for removal came after months of your claiming that the vote for removal by 67 Senators “would be close”.At this time, would you like to recant your imbecilic prognostications?

      WOW, are you incompetent!! The link you refer to in #467 is dated Nov., 2019 and has adsolutely ziltch to do with the Iowa Caucii. It’s an article about Impeachment.Your ineptitude knows no bounds, does it?!

      Lastly, any third grader knows there is a big difference between a wrong action and a criminal one. McCabe has admitted that he lied under criminal exposure at least four(4) times. Why he was not indicted is a story yet to be told.(Of course, you must have some insider information in which to enlighten us!)

    461. jason says:

      McCabe did nothing wrong or illegal. They tried for two years. They brought a case to the Grand Jury TWICE and they decided NOT to iniddict.”

      If you want to talk about “indict”, go back to grade school and learn how to spell it.

      McCabe was fired for lying, so “did nothing wrong” is BS.

      Second, there is no evidence McCabe’s case was ever brought forth before a grand jury. Since as it well known that prosecutors can indict a ham sandwich, it is unlikely that it happened. The most likely explanation is that this type of wrongdoing in a federal agency is normally handled by what already happened, dismissal.

      I don’t agree with it, but that is what it is.


    462. jason says:

      The Guardian wants to take the US down and surreptitiously supports Trump in order to do so.”


      The Guardian is a left wing rag. Messy is unbelievably ignorant.

      “The paper’s readership is generally on the mainstream left of British political opinion, and its reputation as a platform for liberal and left-wing editorial has led to the use of the “Guardian reader” and “Guardianista” as often-pejorative epithets for those of left-leaning or “politically correct” tendencies.”

      And of course, that is an MSM review… “mainstream left” actually means far left.

    463. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      These Valentine Day’s cards from the President to his Democrat opponents are hilarious!


      Let’s do the same to our Democrat irritants on HHR!
      Roses are Red
      Violets are Blue
      Messy the Moron is missing a brain screw

    464. jason says:

      Messy is known for ignorant comments, but I still think the “Roberts will vote with the Democrats” was the best (or worst) of them.

      But of course there was “Trump will be narrowly acquitted”…..

      And now the Guardian is pro-Trump….a paper that endorsed Jeremy Corbyn. You can’t make this sh-t up.

    465. Tgca says:

      466. Oh give me a break Bitter!

      The women accusing Trump were gold diggers or party girls happy to run in his circle and be part of the spotlight as often is the case with celebrity men. So he used them sexually like they used him for attention and whatever. I would guess 90%+ of men have used a female at one time or another to get their rocks off with no intention of harming them, and I would gather most men on this forum or their male relatives (brothers, fathers, sons) have done the same thing for instant gratification as well when they had no long term interest in commitment to these females. That is NOT abusing women! It’s trying to get laid! Women do the same to men too! This is a sexual game started in middle to high school and often continues through the 20s until folks mature and settle down…and for some, it never ends.

      That’s different than sexually or emotionally manipulating a woman in distress or using one’s political stature to touch or inappropriately engage young girls, especially ones in adolescence. This is usually about power and control as opposed to scoring.

    466. Tina says:

      Biden on why he kept the illegal kids in jail and wrapped them in foil:


    467. VictrC says:

      476…kind of like someone who could be the most powerful man in the world who is 53 seducing a 20 year old awe struck girl?

      But that’s ok. No anatomically correct hats in protest for that one.

    468. Tina says:

      McCabe lied four times to investigators.

      He should have been charged and at least on trial.

      Contrast this to what happened to General Flynn and Stone.

      Nobody is sure if Flynn lied. Comedy and McCabe indicated he did not. The original 302 is missing. The whole set up and leak of a phone call are disgusting.

      Roger stone lied about something immaterial. The whole witness tampering charge is b.s.

      So, you either make this right. I am fine with Flynn and stone going free. Same with McCabe.

      (I make no comments about the separate Durham matter)

    469. Tina says:

      If Barr Stool does not fix this mess (I am not for political retribution), he only reinforces that the fib and the doj are corrupt.

      He also reinforces the bigger matter, one set of rules for one side and another set for another.

    470. Tgca says:


      What Monica did was wrong! She sought out Clinton in her place of employment so she bares blame for having sexual relations with a married man in a place where his wife and daughter reside as well.

      However, the Clinton machine tried to destroy her and make her as some stalker until the blue dress came into evidence. The fact they were willing to destroy her life simply to protect him goes to the character. Remember, it was not that they just denied it, they had an orchestrated effort to destroy her and to me that is wrong when clearly there was a mutual ongoing relationship there.

    471. Bitterlaw says:

      I am not talking about accusations, Tgca. I am talking about the women Trump was with when married to other women. He was not divorced because he was too kind and faithful.

      I would tell you to suck it but…ummm…you know.

    472. Phil says:

      Michael Avenatti

      Number of television interviews with NBC, ABC, CBS, CNN, and MSNBC in 2018 between March 15 and May 7:


      Number of minutes he’s even mentioned on newscasts of those five networks since his indictments and this week’s conviction:

      Practically none.

    473. mRviTO says:

      · 1h

      Sources close to Bloomberg campaign tell DRUDGE REPORT that candidate is considering Hillary as running mate, after their polling found the Bloomberg-Clinton combination would be a formidable force… http://drudgereport.com

    474. Phil says:

      Better appoint a food taster.

    475. Tgca says:


      Ok. We’re talking infidelity now. Great! Studies seem to indicate infidelity (at least once) among married men may run as high as 70% but at least 30% because many men don’t admit infidelity in studies depending on how the study is done.

      Trump is in good company because at least 60% of US presidents have had affairs and/or children out of wedlock, including the founding fathers so I assume you rate them as scum too.

      I don’t condone infidelity but I also don’t condone singling folks out for it without knowing specifics of their relationships unless they’re hypocrites about it especially when it’s very prevalent among guys in his league who routinely have arranged trophy wives and screw about on the side. If he were to abuse women, then that would be different.

    476. Tgca says:

      Can every dude on HHR state they never engaged in infidelity in any relationship they ever had either during or after marriage? Sorry! Cheating on a girlfriend in high school or college is infidelity too!

      Jadon’s close relationship with his llama is not an act of infidelity. It’s not cheating if you are in love with different mammalian species.

      Infidelity also does not include unhealthy fascination with flower shows, sweaters, and Nicholas Sparks romance movies.

      Wes is excused from this inquiry for obvious reasons.

    477. Victrc says:

      Comments on Hillary – Bloomberg

      1. Their combined age at inauguration would be 151.

      2. All the people who hated Hillary before are not going to come to Bloomberg because she’s on the ticket. In fac it would turn them off

      3. They are both from NY. One would have to claim residence somewhere else, though I’m sure one of Bloomberg’s 45 houses are in another state.

      4. Lastly. How much would you bet that after inauguration Bloomberg steps down making Hillary President. Could it be that the only reason he’s running is to get Trump out and Hillary in?

      You have to wonder….as far fetched as it is

    478. Tgca says:

      So Bloomie can’t win an election on his own and has to bring in Hillary? Oh that sounds like a formidable ticket to me – 2 East Coast liberals bashing white males, STOOPID mid-westerners, and throwing them AA and Ricans up against a wall while expecting Bernie voters who got burnt twice by these 2 idiots to vote for them.

      Bloomie also wants to relocate his home to another state to avoid constitutional conflict of POTUS and VP being from the same state?

      It’s a good thing Bloomie is trying to run on ideas instead of his money and gimmicks to buy an election.

      Also, can you see Bloomie sitting back on the campaign trail while Hillary and her crew try to take it over. It will be her I’M BACK! campaign tour.


    479. jason says:

      I think this is fake news.

      Why would Bloomberg want to put Hillary’s baggage on his ticket?

    480. jason says:

      A moonbat complaining about MSM coverage?

      You can’t make this sh-t up.

      Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) issued a scathing denunciation of the mainstream media on Friday, accusing several outlets of ignoring her campaign in favor of lesser candidates and blaming that coverage in part for her campaign’s failure to gain traction with primary voters.

      In an email to supporters on Friday, Warren’s campaign said it could no longer “count on the media to cover our campaign fairly.” It argued that other candidates, such as former vice president Joe Biden, received more coverage despite posting less impressive results in early primary states.

      “The night of the Iowa Caucuses, CNN didn’t air Elizabeth’s full speech. But they aired the speeches of other candidates she beat,” the email said. “In New Hampshire on Tuesday night, networks played Vice President Biden’s speech from South Carolina despite the fact that he left the state before polls closed—but not Elizabeth’s even though she outperformed him, again.”

    481. Bitterlaw says:

      Tgca – I start judging somebody being faithful when they get engaged. I cheated on every high school and college girlfriend. I matured and realized hurting women like that was terrible. Trump never did.

    482. Tgca says:

      492 Bitter

      I’m sure many would disagree with you. It’s ok to cheat as long as it’s before marriage? Glad to know you were once the same scumbag as many of the elite today.

      Consider that many of these wealthy marriages are arranged and there is often an understanding of expectations. Do you think many of these younger women marry older wealthy men for love? People use each other for their own needs and desires.

      The very privileged have always had their own rules with regard to marriage and fidelity so your judgment is faulty. They often enter into these arrangements knowing the rules. I personally would not want it but it’s the norm at that level. Again, look at the vast majority of US presidents. If we valued their contributions on fidelity, most would not be presidential material. Same for leaders throughout the world.

      Now get off your f*cking high horse you hypocrite and show Wes some respect and apologize to him you cheating b*tch!

      …at least Jadon stuck by his llama and did not cast it aside.

    483. Bitterlaw says:

      I never said it was ok to cheat. I am sorry I did. I hurt people when I was young and selfish. Trump never cared.

    484. Bitterlaw says:

      As they say in jason’s village, “The distance between a man and his llama should never be greater than the size of his heart.”

    485. Tgca says:

      Trump is going through a phase. It will pass.

      Now give Wes a hug and apologize and let him know you understand as you used to be him. Be his mentor.

    486. Bitterlaw says:

      I was 22 when I met my wife. I was never Wes. I did not prey upon emotionally damaged women.

    487. lisab says:

      Messy is unbelievably ignorant.

      “The paper’s readership is generally on the mainstream left of British political opinion, and its reputation as a platform for liberal and left-wing editorial has led to the use of the “Guardian reader” and “Guardianista” as often-pejorative epithets for those of left-leaning or “politically correct” tendencies.”

      for everyone’s benefit

      the ny times is read by people who think they run the country;

      the washington post, boston globe and the chicago tribune is read by people who think they should to run the country;

      the wall street journal is read by the people who actually *do* run the country;

      usa today is read by the wives of the people who run the country;

      the financial times is read by people who *own* the country;

      the L.A. times is read by people who think the country ought to be run by another country;

      and the washington times is read by people who think it already is.

    488. Bitterlaw says:

      D amn

    489. lisab says:

      actually trump does not have a terrible reputation about how he treats women and children …

      he has a fairly good relationship with his ex wives and children. none of his former girlfriends have said terrible things about him, and his children all seem well balanced and successful

      in fact only his first wife said bad things, after a bad divorce, but they made up once ivanna got the money she wanted

    490. PresidentPaul! says:

      China hid corona so they could sign a trade deal that they knew they didn’t need to adhere to since corona was already known and would be an exemption.

      Trump would have brought china to its knees had he known of this.

    491. PresidentPaul! says:

      Everyone assumed Trump was negotiating from a position of weakness since he just wanted a good election year whereas xi could just put his ppl in labor camps, but little did Trump know that it was the Chinese who were actually in a position of weakness.

    492. lisab says:

      the chinese economy has been devastated by this

      and is unlikely to recover for years

    493. lisab says:

      The very privileged have always had their own rules with regard to marriage and fidelity so your judgment is faulty. They often enter into these arrangements knowing the rules.

      that is my understanding from ivanna’s book

      trump and her had an agreement … trump wanted out … ivanna refused … trump told her he wanted a divorce … he moved on … eventually with maples … ivanna took him for millions

      he made a more iron clad agreement with maples, and eventually filed for divorce

      played the field for a few years … and eventually met his current wife

      ivanna has since made up with him

    494. mRviTO says:


      Yikes. I guess nevertrump will have to go with Klobuchar.

    495. PresidentPaul! says:

      You think all the GLD ETFers are going to lose all their gold when hsbc goes bust?

    496. PresidentPaul! says:

      What about Stormy

    497. lisab says:

      what about stormy?

      if they had an affair i assume she got paid her fee

    498. lisab says:

      also, keep in mind i said donald has arrangements

      i NEVER said he had good taste

      he hopefully dipped his thingy in lysol

    499. mRviTO says:

      The Onion
      Feb 14
      Bloomberg Hires Thousands Of Canvassers To Stop Black Men On Street And Force Them To Hear Campaign Pitch

    500. Tgca says:

      It’s interesting the things we learn about each other over time. So Bitter, one of our Pope-loving Catholics was a slut in high school and college but mended his ways when he met a wonderful Jewish woman who made him see the light. Good for you Bitter…otherwise you and Wes might have become inseparable buddies on the prowl.

      I pass no judgment here on my friend Bitter for being a pig slut ho! I too went through my slutty phase. I’m sure others here can relate except for SusyQ (obvious with no further explanation warranted) and Jadon who has been forever faithful to his llama.

    501. PresidentPaul! says:


      Antibodies in blood plasma of recovered patients “used to treat 11 patients in critical condition, with significant results”

    502. PresidentPaul! says:

      A married Japanese couple in their 60s tested positive for the coronavirus after returning home from a Hawaiian vacation, health officials said Saturday, according to the New York Times.


    503. PresidentPaul! says:

      I’ve been buying up a bit of corona stock: INO, GILD, and AABV

    504. Bitterlaw says:

      he has a fairly good relationship with his ex wives

      If a man has one ex-wife, she might have been the one with a problem. 2 ex-wives? He is the problem.

    505. Bitterlaw says:

      I don’t love the current Pope. I don’t really like or agree with him on some issues and I do not like his political stances. However, he alone sets Church policies. He is irrelevant to whether I go to Mass.

    506. Tina says:

      Dumberg and her thighness. 2 of the most ugliest and abrasive peoples ever. Jebots will go wild though.

    507. Bio mom says:

      Christ said let he who is without sin cast the first stone.
      No one should judge another’s soul.

    508. Bitterlaw says:

      Bio Mom – So you never judged Bill Clinton? I find that hard to believe. I think you are a good person. I hope your husband respects you more than Trump respected his wives.

      But Bitter…McCain cheated on his first wife…

      I know. I view that as his greatest negative action. Certainly worse than his vote on the Does Not Repeal. Does Not Replace Obamacare Bill.

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