Ladies and gentlemen, all of a sudden, we have a race.
Immediately after the second debate was concluded, Morning Consult/FiveThirtyEight took a new poll and the results were not good for Joe Biden.
Heading into the debates, Biden had a 41.5 percentage of likely voters, but that has slipped all the way down to 31.5 percent after the creaming he took from Kamala Harris on busing.
If you are reading our columns daily, you know we have it out for Biden.
I have not hid the fact I think he is a fraud, a racist, and he needs to be exposed.
Joe’s record stands on its own, as due his cherished relationships over the years in politics.
He may not be an overt racist, but that hatred trickles through his veins no matter how well he tries to hide it.
Busing may have hit him hard on Thursday night, but there are far larger problems for Biden.
At the top of that list is the fact the “cages” Democrats are so fond of discussing these days were actually built during the Obama/Biden administration.
There are also hundreds of deaths of immigrants trying to get into this country that happened on Biden’s watch that we hope to get into a Town Hall to ask him about.
The Big Moves
SPN predicted liberals would flock to Harris, and they did.
Most of what Joe lost went right to Kamala Harris, as she went from 7.9 percent all the way up to 16.6 percent.
Both Elizabeth Warren and Sanders picked up a few points, but it was nothing worth discussing.
Pete Buttigieg, who had some momentum up until he lost control of his own city, tanked and is now down to 4.8 percent.
Beto O’Rourke also took a major hit, losing almost half of his support, going from 3.6 percent to 2.2 percent.
The rest of the field is fighting for scraps and we should expect to start to see people dropping out soon, as it is clear they have no path to the White House.
This is officially a four-horse race between Biden, Warren, Sanders, and Harris with Harris chewing up massive chunks of the track with a LOT of time left in this race.
We are soon going to find out if she was bred for distance or is simply the rabbit that will soon run out of gas.
You can see the full poll results on FiveThirtyEight.
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