Bernie Sanders hit the end of the road.
He’s signaled he’s willing to give in and declare Joe Biden the nominee.
Bernie Sanders quietly ended his campaign while no one was looking.
Bernie Sanders looked like he all but had the nomination in the bag less than a month ago, but now his campaign is in ruins.
With the coronavirus making rallies and campaigning more difficult by the day, Bernie Sanders has no choice but to give in.
It must be a bitter pill to swallow to watch the Democrat establishment rally behind Joe Biden who can barely put a coherent sentence together.
But it would be simplistic to say that the Democrat establishment is the only reason that Bernie Sanders failed.
It’s far more shocking that Bernie Sanders got as far as he did.
The man can’t stop singing the praises of communist dictators on national TV.
That’s not a good look.
Most Americans don’t want a communist sympathizer who honeymooned in the USSR and earned the praise of a Soviet spy living in the White House.
Bernie Sanders doesn’t have the soft intellectual Marxist ideals that are found on college campuses.
Bernie Sanders is a plain, open communist who wants the government to take over vast portions of the economy.
Even most Democrats don’t want that.
Many big Democrat donors would rather have four more years of Donald Trump than have Bernie Sanders be president.
Bernie Sanders has a solid base that will vote for him, the problem is that he could never widen his appeal beyond it.
Once the Democrat establishment convinced enough moderates to drop out, Joe Biden was sure to win.
Joe Biden has an insurmountable lead at this point.
Even Bernie Sanders can see it and has halted vital parts of his campaign.
According to Fox News:
As Sen. Bernie Sanders mulls whether to pull the plug on his White House bid, his presidential campaign on Wednesday paused investing any new money in Facebook ads.
The move comes the morning after the progressive firebrand from Vermont was swept in Tuesday’s three Democratic presidential nomination primaries by Joe Biden. The former vice president’s overwhelming victory in Florida, his nearly 25-percentage-point defeat of Sanders in Illinois and his win in Arizona cemented his status as the presumptive Democratic nominee and all but shut the door to Sanders’ extremely narrow pathway to winning the nomination.
The pause in Facebook ads raised eyebrows – as former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg and former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg each stopped running Facebook ads in the hours before they ended their presidential runs.
At this point, Bernie Sanders has no hope of winning the nomination.
The real question is how mad he is at the Democrat Party and if he’ll try and get revenge by dividing it.
Joe Biden needs to try and win over Bernie Sanders’ voters in a way that Hillary Clinton wasn’t able to, and Bernie Sanders may not be looking to make Biden’s job easier even if he’s not spending any more money.