Bernie Sanders appears largely set for a big victory in this week’s Nevada caucuses, with polls suggesting the democratic socialist could win by a whopping margin of up to 19 percentage points.
Monday’s poll from Data for Progress revealed that Bernie Sanders holds a dominant lead of 35% in the state, which is third to vote in the Democratic primary process. Elizabeth Warren and Pete Buttigieg follow in a distant second and third with 16 and 15 percent.
More polling shows Sanders with a statistically significant lead, making it all but certain that the Vermont Senator will win the Nevada caucuses, which will occur on Saturday.
Staff for other Democratic candidates are already admitting that their battle in the western state will be for second place.
A big Sanders victory could heighten fears of his nomination among the Democratic establishment, who staunchly oppose Sanders’ left-wing vision for the Democratic Party.
A Sanders victory in South Carolina, the next state to vote, could all but wrap up the Democratic primary and send Sanders on an easy path to the nomination. Joe Biden, once the undisputed front-runner, will be hard-pressed to drop out if he fails to secure a victory in the southern state, long thought of as a redoubt for his struggling campaign.
Mike Bloomberg, an authoritarian oligarch attempting to buy the election through unprecedented campaign spending, remains a dark horse for the nomination, but the strength of his candidacy remains unverified until he actually competes on the ballot in upcoming Super Tuesday states.
Donald Trump’s re-election campaign may shift gears in preparing to face off against Sanders in a general election sooner rather than letter if he wins big in Nevada and secures a strong first or second place finish in South Carolina.
New York Young Republicans Call for Order After Chaos at the Capitol
Order Must be Restored
On January 6, 2020 the New York Young Republican Club issued a statement calling for an instant restoration of law and order after protests escalated at the United States Capitol.
The protests were originally in support of President Donald Trump and his efforts to challenge the results of an election marked by massive irregularities. Several protesters pushed the envelope by breaking into the Capitol and interrupting the Senate and House of Representatives proceedings.
The Republican organization issued the following statement on the incident:
Today, what we see at the United States Capitol the result of American elites permitting general malaise to foment tangible destruction. We unequivocally condemn the interruption of Senate and House of Representatives proceedings. Anyone who breached the Capitol should be arrested and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law because destruction and vandalism of property cannot be permitted by any actor.
We are the party of Law and Order, and we expect citizens all to operate in accordance with these standards.
U.S. policymakers will have to take a long hard look in the mirror. The lack of leadership has created a vicious cycle of radicalization that is increasingly getting out of control. Such developments could put America’s political system on the ropes if not addressed properly.
On the Republican side, there must be a clean break during the 2022 primaries, where the overwhelming majority of incumbents should face nationalist challengers. The current leadership has clearly failed and must be replaced.
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