’You can’t win ’em al’, Sanders concedes defeat in SC

’You can’t win ’em al’, Sanders concedes defeat in SC

Sen. Sanders cane in second-place in the South Carolina’s Democratic presidential primary, after Joe Biden won with a landslide. Addressing supporters at Virginia Wesleyan University in Virginia Beach on Saturday night, Sanders said, ’You can’t win ’em all. A lot of states out there, and tonight we did not win in South Carolina’. He congratulated Biden on the win.

Watheverable GRAMPS
Watheverable GRAMPS 3 months

Try praising Fidel Castro again!

Jacqueline 3 months

Get used to it Bernie ... the DNC will never let a Socialist/Communist be the Democrat Presidential nominee!

Joshua Green
Joshua Green 3 months

Irony escapes Bernie as he is a proponent of an ideology dedicated to losing and being an entitled parasite in its first phase. There is no winning in collectivism unless you are in the top .001% holding 99.9999% of all power and authority, then you do what you want while creating a justification for your hedonistic existence while everyone else is in bread lines.

IIZard 3 months

Sadly, the dnc could use some humility....

Anton 3 months

if the DNC screws Bernie out of the nomination using superdelegates and makes Bloomberg the nominee, that will be my and pretty much all of my group of friends exit from the Democratic party

Up 3 months

It's ok Bernie. I'm sure you'll find a other state that approves of gulags.

mantico 3 months

To be fair there was no way he would win that state. 1. They are all older voters. It was around like 70% of the voters were over 50. 2. Biden has his entire campaign there. Whereas Bernie has a little over 100 staffers. Biden has no chance in Super Tuesday states because he put barely any money in those states and has no offices

IvoryDove 3 months

Sanders won California, the most populous state in the nation, by 8 points (a landslide) and the media pretends it didn't happen. The media wants Biden.

Andre Gerard
Andre Gerard 3 months

You can't win Full Stop!

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