NOT OVER YET: Nancy Pelosi Says She ‘Doesn’t Think Bernie Sanders Should Get Out of the Race'

posted by Hannity Staff - 3.12.20

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi backed Senator Bernie Sanders’ ongoing 2020 campaign Thursday; telling reporters she doesn’t think it’s time for the far-left legislator to call it quits in his fight against Joe Biden.

“In case you were going to ask, no, I don’t think Bernie Sanders should get out of the race,” Pelosi told journalists during her weekly press briefing.

“I’m a grassroots person… I know the enthusiasm of supporters for candidates and they want to see it play out for the ideas, the causes that the candidate advances, with the opportunity for people to show their support,” she added.

Sanders refused to exit the 2020 race for the White House Wednesday afternoon; vowing to debate Joe Biden one-on-one this Sunday night on a series of issues including: healthcare, the minimum wage, and military involvement overseas.

“The decision from the populist senator from Vermont came the day after he was pummeled by the former vice president in Michigan, Missouri, Mississippi and Idaho and failed to have a breakout performance in Washington state. As the bad news from the six March 10 contests continued to come in on Tuesday night, the self-described democratic socialist headed home to Burlington, Vt., and took the unusual step of not giving a prime-time primary night speech,” reports Fox News.


“Last night, obviously was not a good night for our campaign, from a delegate point of view,” Sanders said. “You need to win the voters who represent the future of our country and you must speak to the issues of concern to them. You cannot simply be satisfied by winning the votes of people who are older.”


“Sanders formally launched his second presidential campaign in February of last year. After suffering a heart attack last October, some pundits started to write Sanders’ political obituary. But as fellow progressive champion Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s presidential campaign faltered in the late autumn into the early winter, Sanders’ fortunes dramatically improved as his poll numbers rose and he hauled in a massive amount of grassroots campaign cash from small-dollar contributors,” adds Fox.

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BREAKING NOW: Joe Biden Wins Virginia Democratic Primary, Bernie Sanders Takes Vermont

posted by Hannity Staff - 3.03.20

Former Vice President Joe Biden is projected to win the pivotal battleground state of Virginia during Tuesday’s primary, with Bernie Sanders taking the top spot in his home state of Vermont.

“The Fox News Decision Desk can now project that former Vice President Joe Biden will win the commonwealth of Virginia, beating Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders in a key, delegate-rich state. But Sanders is heavily favored to win his home state of Vermont, although we do not yet have enough data to project him the winner,” reports the Fox News Live Blog Team.

This is a developing story. Check back for updates.

BREAKING NOW: Joe Biden Wins the Alabama Democratic Primary

posted by Hannity Staff - 3.03.20

From the Fox News Desk:

“BREAKING: It’s 8 p.m. and polls have now closed in four more Super Tuesday States – Alabama, Maine, Massachusetts and Oklahoma.

The Fox News Decision Desk can now project that former Vice President Joe Biden will win the state of Alabama, racking up his third victory of the night – the other two being Virginia and North Carolina. But it is too early to call the other states, including Massachusetts, where home state Senator Elizabeth Warren is surprisingly locked in a three-way race with Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders and former Vice President Joe Biden.

Voting was supposed to have ended in Tennessee at 8, but deadly tornadoes prompted state officials to keep some polls open later. So Fox News will refrain from making a projection for now.”

This is a developing story. Check back for updates.

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