The number of Democrat candidates running for president continues to drop drastically. The latest is Cory Booker, who quit the race due to overall lack of support. This same trend will continue into the Iowa Caucus where the bottom will drop out with many candidates realizing they do not have a chance of getting the nomination.
Realistically, there are only a few Democrats currently running that stand a chance of making it to the nomination at the Democratic National Convention.
They are Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden, and Pete Buttigieg.
The wild card candidate is Mike Bloomberg, only because he is spending big bucks to get himself situated as a major contender, even spending over 10 million dollars on a political ad during the Superbowl.
Elizabeth Warren will be dropping out of the race shortly after a poor showing in Iowa.
Bernie Sanders’ campaign will more than likely suffer an extended dying period, lasting for several months before he realizes he does not have the support to make it to the nomination.
The main concern with Sanders by voters will be his physical ability to perform the job as president after having a heart attack just last year.
Joe Biden will continue to self destruct his campaign by making various misquotes, appearing as if he is either drunk or suffering from Alzheimer’s affliction with slurred speech and noticeable periods of dead air while he tries to remember what he’s talking about during his campaign rallies, and the fact that he can’t remember what city he is in at a given moment on many occasions.
Thus, Biden will not make it to the DNC nomination.
Mike Bloomberg will end up spending a ton of money on his campaign keeping him in contention, but with his radical Nazi-based Socialism agenda, he will not be getting much support from voters, as seen recently at a rally in San Antonio, Texas in which he appeared with Judge Judy where less than a hundred people attended.
One cannot win a presidential primary when their main agenda is beating the current president and not based on what they can do for the average citizen and their country.
Bloomberg also made the worst decision he could have made when he stated that California is a prime example of his vision for America.
Pete Buttigieg, on the other hand, has made great strides in his campaign of late after some speculated only a few months ago that he was only staying in the race to try to secure a position as Vice President.
Currently, Buttigieg is the front runner to win in Iowa.
I believe the Buttigieg campaign is poised to literally steamroll the other contenders and ultimately put him as the DNC nomination for president.
He has some radical ideas.
He, of course, appeals to the LGBTQ community.
I look for Buttigieg to keep the lead after Iowa and gain more support from that point on.
Ultimately, it will be Buttigieg, unless someone currently not even in the race decides to give it a shot such as Hillary Clinton or Eric Holder. In that case, all bets are off.
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