If you didn't already know that Joe Biden supporters are becoming an endangered species, you will now after watching this new CNN clip. A reporter on location at one of the caucus sites in Nevada on Saturday found the single Biden voter who was apparently so lonely that she went to sit and caucus with the Elizabeth Warren voters instead.
As the reporter explained, for a candidate to be viable at this particular precinct in Sparks, Nevada, he or she needs at least 16 votes. Warren was just shy of viability with 15 votes, so the Biden voter went over with the assist.
It was a similar tragic theme in Iowa earlier this month, as low turnout was recorded for Biden throughout the state.
It's an understatement to say the former VP has had a disastrous start to the 2020 presidential election. He came in fourth in the Iowa Caucus, and an astounding fifth place in the New Hampshire primary, getting upstaged not only by Sens. Bernie Sanders (VT), Elizabeth Warren (MA) and Amy Klobuchar (MN), but by a once obscure mayor from South Bend, Indiana, Pete Buttigieg. Biden was the vice president. It's nearly unrecoverable.
The VP only made matters worse when he decided it would be best to skip town and head to South Carolina to get a head start on that primary, instead of sticking it out, talking to a few more New Hampshire voters - some of whom don't decide until Primary Day - and at least make an appearance at his Tuesday night rally. Instead, he delivered his gaffe-filled concession speech from Columbia, SC, and at his campaign HQ there were reportedly no TVs to broadcast the depressing news out of New Hampshire.
CNN reporter with the Biden campaign in SC says there are no TVs showing the results from New Hampshire lol. #NHprimary— Cortney O'Brien (@obrienc2) February 12, 2020
As of Wednesday night, Biden still sounded confident about South Carolina.