In a mere four days, the race for the Democratic nomination has been turned on its head.
Bernie Sanders, we thought, was in command: the leader of a social movement . . . raking up the delegates . . . and forcing the establishment and media to heel.
But after Super Tuesday, Bernie has an uphill climb ahead.
Joe Biden ran up the score in South Carolina and then took 10 of 14 Super Tuesday states. He outperformed his polls and took over the lead in delegates.
Young people still support Bernie, but aren’t willing to stop Snapchatting for one damn second and get out and vote.
While most of us had written of Joe Biden for dead (literally), he’s winning over the normies, African-Americans love him for some reason; and the establishment has closed ranks.
The panel discusses why race and political polarization will likely put an end to Bernie’s social democratic dream.