Super Tuesday has come and gone, and it appears as though quite a few of those participating failed to take any sort of lesson away from the results.
Mike Bloomberg, former Mayor of New York City, saw the writing on the wall and bowed out after an abysmal showing. This was about the most sane thing that Bloomberg has done in the race, having spent a vast sum of money on an effort that no one believed would succeed, especially after his simply pathetic debate performances.
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren has given mixed signals on how she plans to proceed in the race, as a PAC supporting her has ceased to run ads, but the candidate herself is still booking public events.
And, almost inexplicably, Hawaii Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard is still vying for the nomination despite lagging horribly in the polls.
That certainly hasn’t quieted her down any, however.
.@DanaPerino I'm not quite sure why you're telling FOX viewers that Elizabeth Warren is the last female candidate in the Dem primary. Is it because you believe a fake indigenous woman of color is "real" and the real indigenous woman of color in this race is fake? pic.twitter.com/VKCxy2JzFe
— Tulsi Gabbard 🌺 (@TulsiGabbard) March 3, 2020
Gabbard earned her first delegate on Tuesday, from the tropical atoll of American Samoa.
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