It's Beginning to Look Like 2008

  • 2016-03-09
  • Source: AAN
  • by: AAN Staff
In a stunning upset victory, Bernie Sanders defeated Hillary Clinton in Michigan. The big data website Five Thirty Eight, which gained critical acclaim for its incredibly accurate coverage of the 2012 election, projected that Hillary had a greater than 99 percent chance of winning the Michigan Primary.  Despite those long odds, Bernie defeated Hillary by about 20,000 votes, dominating the male vote count.

This stunning upset does not bode well for Clinton, whose losing personality, gravelly tone, and establishment connections make her incredibly reliant on large donors. This is great news for Republicans, who will now have to watch Clinton expend significant resources to defeat the wild haired Woodstock Socialist Senator from Vermont. If she continues to falter, we could end up seeing a replay of 2008.
 Source: AAN
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