The New Hampshire primary is being held today, and it’s going to be the only thing we talk about until … probably tomorrow? Around 1 p.m.? That good for you? We’ll agree to talk about something else starting at 1:01 p.m.? Like Nevada or South Carolina? Or This Is Us? Cool? Cool!
Anyway, a town in New Hampshire that votes first every primary, and where this guy is apparently running the polls, has come out in favor of Michael Bloomberg this morning, and appropriately enough he won both the Democratic and Republican primaries as a write-in.
Just in: all five Dixville Notch voters have arrived at the polling location - now we wait for the stroke of midnight. pic.twitter.com/2yUMhS9vuu— Rob DiRienzo (@RobDiRienzo) February 11, 2020
I just wonder what turnout was like. Is 5 voters good? Or bad? Bloomberg winning both primaries makes total sense since he is a Democrat when it comes to the environment and a Republican when it comes to the economy and also racism.
It’s adorable that Ryan Knight thinks that one clip will end his campaign. Wait, what’s that? There’s another clip?
And just like that @MikeBloomberg’s campaign is DONE.— Ryan Knight 🏳️🌈 🗽 (@ProudResister) February 11, 2020
We don’t need another racist billionaire in the Oval Office.
Thank you @BenjaminPDixon for uncovering this secret audio that Bloomberg tried to block from release. pic.twitter.com/Ztl6YXWCL0
Now Trump is calling Bloomberg racist, which is ironic.
Trump calling Bloomberg racist for describing a policy he supports **to this day** is very 2020.— Abby D. Phillip (@abbydphillip) February 11, 2020
Still, Michael Bloomberg has more money than God, and if God is for sale, Bloomberg will buy him off. Apparently, Kirk Douglas’ dying declaration was sponsored by Michael Bloomberg!
Why are we talking about Bloomberg, anyway? He’s not even on the ballot in New Hampshire. A Biden SuperPac, however, is super worried about Bloomberg, and they have envisioned a doomsday scenario where — if Biden doesn’t win — Bloomberg takes the nomination at a brokered convention, Bernie’s people stay home, and Trump wins again.
New: the SuperPAC backing Joe Biden ominously raises the specter of Bernie Sanders and billionaire Mike Bloomberg squaring off at a split convention. https://t.co/eyZEQiM9jF— Natasha Korecki (@natashakorecki) February 11, 2020
I dunno. MAYBE! I also think Trump is terrified of Bloomberg because he has more money than Trump.
But you know what? I know it feels like the Democrats are in disarray, but at this time four years ago, some asshole named Donald Trump was winning primaries over Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush and everyone thought the GOP was in complete shambles and that it was about to implode, but after the convention, everyone got on board. I don’t know who will emerge out of New Hampshire or Super Tuesday or the Dem convention, but I feel confident that — whoever it is — 99 percent of us are going to unify behind that person. I really do think that, and in October when Brad Parscale uses one of the Democratic candidate’s words against the nominee in a series of ads, we’re all gonna shrug our shoulders and pull the f**king lever for ANYONE BUT TRUMP.
As much as a trash fire as Iowa was, I gotta say: I’m pretty excited about watching the returns tonight. I’ll get a bottle of wine and some candles and try to parse the sexual tension between John King and his ex-wife Dana Bash as they say a whole lot of nothing and just let their bedroom eyes do all the talking. I bet they still get together every once in a while for a hate f*ck under Wolf Blitzer’s desk while John King reports on the exit polls because that’s hot. Democracy is badass. I just hope we still have one at the next New Hampshire primary. Good luck to you and your respective candidates. Even you, Mayor Pete voters (but not you, Tulsi Gabbard voters. OK, fine. Even you. Ugh. THIS IS WHAT YOU HAVE WROUGHT, DONALD TRUMP).