Officials say turnout in Saturday’s Democratic presidential primary in South Carolina was the largest in state history.
— Michael Tackett (@tackettdc) March 2, 2020
Sanders finally producing a turnout increase among white voters, except only among old very moderate southern whites is a nice piece of irony. Shows how little all the campaign narratives have lined up with reality. https://t.co/6vC4X2E0Ub
— Jon Walker (@JonWalkerDC) March 2, 2020
Damn, he's saying it earlier and even louder this time. https://t.co/g8z9RVUWzC
— Ragnarok Lobster (@eclecticbrotha) March 3, 2020
Well, at least he didn't call them the "Confederate states" again. Clearly, he's grown as a candidate. ?? https://t.co/nQJqF7ua1k
— Daily Trix (@DailyTrix) March 3, 2020
I’ve heard black voters particularly in the South be described as low information, the billionaire class, the establishment, etc.
My momma ain’t none of them. She just trust Biden more than Bernie.
— Bakari Sellers (@Bakari_Sellers) March 3, 2020
Real, live, smart American people in South Carolina voted for Joe Biden. The "Democratic Establishment" did not. It is not "progressive" to deny agency to those voters. Stop it. Support Bernie with passion, but don't demean those voters who made a different choice. https://t.co/jvy0arreVE
— Michael McFaul (@McFaul) March 3, 2020
Yet, Bernie Bros seems more interested in attacking the intelligence of the African American community after recent SC polls.
— Hey Progressives, We Need to Talk About Bernie (@HeyProgressives) February 29, 2020
Now I'm seeing a tweet from a Sandernista requesting that Kamala Harris endorse Bernie… because black people need to know that Bernie is for them. pic.twitter.com/ig18uv5IKZ
— Wakandan War Dog (@Kennymack1971) March 3, 2020
Also, a footnote to Sunday’s Selma commemoration:
It wasn’t billed as a pre-funeral, but it was silently accepted as one. Either Bernie didn’t pick up on that or he didn’t care, and both make him unworthy of being the Democratic nominee.
— Malarkey Delenda Est (@agraybee) March 3, 2020