Election 2020: Joe Biden Fell Down in Iowa & Might Not Get Up

In Iowa, unlike Ukraine, Sleazy Joe Biden could not strong-arm primary voters to get his way. Instead, the establishment candidate that the left-leaning media assured Democrats would defeat President Trump in the general election suffered a humiliating defeat.

Not only did the Obama-era flunky not post a win, but he crawled away from the caucus without a single delegate to his credit. It as a humiliating face-plant from which quid pro Joe may not recover.

“When you see these numbers, and you see Joe Biden, 100-percent household name recognition probably on five continents, at 15, it does change your view of him,” CNN commentator and former Obama adviser Van Jones reportedly said.

“When it was just an idea, well, he might not do well in Iowa, he’ll make it up later on. Now we’re living in the reality of ‘he fell down these stairs,’ and I don’t know how he gets up.”

The Iowa caucus was an unmitigated disaster for the party as an app linked to a former Hillary campaign manager and appropriately named “Shadow” failed to deliver timely and accurate voting results.

Rather than presidential hopefuls getting a bounce coming out of the first caucus, the party that is pushing to take over America’s government demonstrated incompetence. Instead of capturing the news cycle with a standard-bearer to rally behind, it was President Trump snatching the moment with a powerful State of the Union address.

For the Biden campaign, even the narrative of suspect vote tallies won’t rescue his stumbling campaign. With more than 95 percent of the vote in on Thursday, Biden suffered a distant fourth place.

South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders are virtually tied for first place with each getting about 26 percent of the vote. Either could emerge as the victor in the tight race once counts are completed and checked. Each appears poised to capture the lion’s share of delegates, with Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth “Fauxcahontas” Warren earning the remainder. Biden is the odd man out with zero.

While the fake news media may want to dangle the possibility of Sleazy Joe rebounding by the end of the month, those chances appear quite slim. Polling data for the Feb 11 New Hampshire primary indicates this could be a payday for Bernie Sanders, who holds substantial leads and is a well-known commodity in New England.

The Obama-era number two also appears to be slipping in the last two February primaries as well. His once commanding poll lead in Nevada has entered a death spiral, and the firewall he hoped to build with African-American Democrats in South Carolina recently toppled to single digits in some surveys.

“Bad losses in Iowa and New Hampshire, and some other states, could easily hurt Biden (in South Carolina),” Princeton University academic Julian Zelizer reportedly said.

Back in May, he led by as much as 31 points. That’s a staggering loss of support.

In all likelihood, Sleazy Joe will have lost all four Democrat primary contests, and at least two are expected to be crushing defeats. Perhaps in the left’s lust to unseat President Trump, they exposed the rampant corruption of the Biden family and clipped their establishment champion. Biden has fallen and might not get up.

 


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