By Matthew A. McIntosh / 05.03.2016
In a Michigan replay, Sen. Bernie Sanders has defied the polls. The Associated Press has called the Indiana primary – currently Sanders’ 53.2% to Clinton’s 46.8%.
Pundits from coast to coast have been all but demanding that he exit the race as they continue their quest to place the crown firm on Sec. Clinton’s head, but it just won’t stay!
It’s on to West Virginia from here, and we’re not going to bother referencing any polls here.
Berners seem to have a knack at coming through and letting pollsters know that they’ve been speaking to the wrong people.
It’s time for the national mainstream media to stop idolizing Clinton and begin covering this race fairly. If they continue to dismiss him, they won’t look so smart having to retract all of the projections they’ve cast.