In the follow up to Sunday’s Democrat debate, a few news stories have popped up measuring Bernie Sanders’ path to the presidency. Short answer: there isn’t one.
Bernie’s competitive in both Iowa and New Hampshire, but Hillary Clinton is thought to have the later states all locked up. With her vast reach among party faithful, it’s shocking to find out from the New York Times today that her campaign has put 90 percent of their efforts into Iowa. It’s so close, that’s dangerous.
Still, Hillary’s lock on unions and the African American vote has her out of reach in southern states. And her moderate base in the Democrat party is twice the size of socialist Sanders. After New Hampshire, there’s almost nowhere for him to win. Watch him flame out.