(Liberty Bell) – The clown show that is the Democratic party seems poised to deliver even more laughs at their expense as it becomes increasingly less likely that any of the candidates will be able to get a majority of delegates to gain the nomination.
It’s actually the most likely scenario, reported the Western Journal, based on the predictions of a model built by the website FiveThirtyEight. The model tracks how each candidate is currently doing and predicts where they will place in the competition for delegates at the Democratic convention, and this model’s latest winner was “No One”.
Democrats will, and have, attempted damage control on this upcoming disaster by blaming on the number of candidates in the field.
On the surface, this seems like a reasonable argument, “It’s just math” the former manager of failed presidential candidate Sen. (D-NJ) Cory Booker told NBC News. But that doesn’t explain why there are so many candidates still in the field.
Because of the voters, voters continue to annoy democrat establishment by not supporting their hand-picked candidates shamelessly promoted by the mainstream media (Harris, Warren, Biden), and the obvious reason for that is that Democrat voters can’t get enthused at all about the losers that they have to choose from.
To make matters worse, for the Democrats, the divide seems to be one that potential voters might be unwilling to bridge. This is because the current front runner is Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-VT), with one of three odds, but with Biden in free fall Bloomberg is going to be Bernie’s real competition. This sets the party’s new generation of brown shirts against the deluded pragmatists that want to see Bloomberg’s billions used to defeat President Trump.
By no stretch of the imagination, this scenario leads us to a brokered convention, where candidates are forced to cede their delegates to another in order to get one candidate above the fifty percent mark.
The likelihood of a communist Bernie bro being satisfied with his candidate getting the short end of another rigged nomination process and losing to a multi-billionaire former Republican is about as likely as the Democrat party establishment willingly placing their parasitic control of our government in the hands of an Independent with no union support.
Either way the party goes a large portion of their voters are going to walk away disenfranchised and poorly motivated to show up in November and vote against their own self-interest in support of their party.
So I hope you’re not sick of winning.