When socialist candidate Bernie Sanders, a guy who wasn’t a Democrat until recently and who attended his first Democratic National Convention just 3 ½ years ago, won the popular vote in the first two Democrat contests of 2020, many in the Democrat Establishment began to seriously worry.

As polls reflecting Sanders staying power in Nevada and South Carolina and strong showings in big Super Tuesday states, they shifted to panic mode.

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They realized that although Sanders has a passionate and energetic following, perhaps even large enough to propel him to the Democrat nomination, having him at the top of their ticket in 2020 would produce disastrous results.

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