Morning Greatness: Biden, Warren Big Losers in New Hampshire Primary

Good Wednesday morning.

Here is what’s on the president’s agenda today:

  • The president has lunch with the Vice President
  • The President and First Lady meet with the President of the Republic of Ecuador and Mrs. Rocio Gonzales De Moreno
  • The president participates in an expanded bilateral meeting with the President of the Republic of Ecuador
  • President Trump delivers remarks at a Fundraising Committee Reception at the Trump International Hotel

Sanders squeaks out a win in New Hampshire

Senator Bernie Sanders won the New Hampshire primary with 26% of the vote and Buttigieg closely followed with 24%. Both men will get 9 delegates. Senator Amy! Klobuchar took third place with 20% of the vote and Senator Elizabeth Warren got 9%. If you are wondering where Biden is in the mix, 8% of the primary voters cast a ballot for him. Biden left New Hampshire before the election yesterday, which was not an encouraging sign for Biden fans.

I don’t know how much longer Biden can hold on. His strategy is to hit it big in South Carolina but after 2 humiliating defeats and a probable poor performance in Nevada on February 22, there might not be much left for him. It’s clear that Biden’s fall has benefited Amy! as those voters who don’t want a socialist on the top of the ticket flocked over to her. Klobuchar is planning to expand her campaign so we will see if she can keep her momentum in Nevada.

Elizabeth Warren is also tanking, she doesn’t have much time left unless she delivers in Nevada. I don’t know if she will even make it there, she might drop out today.

Two candidates did dropped out last night, Andrew Yang and Michael Bennett. Who do you think will be next candidate(s) to hit the “eject” button?

The spectacular collapse of Joe Biden as Democratic frontrunner
Joe Biden would show selfless patriotism by quitting the 2020 Democratic nomination race
‘Blood in the water’: Biden campaign reels after New Hampshire trouncing
Klobuchar rolls out seven-figure ad buy in Nevada
CNN Correspondent Can’t Find A Single Biden Supporter In New Hampshire

After absurd sentencing request for Roger Stone, Four U.S. Attorneys resign

Four former Mueller-connected federal prosecutors resigned yesterday after the DoJ said it would revise the ridiculous sentencing request for Roger Stone. The DoJ had initially asked for 7 to 9 years for the aged Stone who was convicted on non-violent process crimes generated out of the sham “investigation” into RUSSIA collusion.

Aaron Zelinsky, who handled several of the most prominent cases in the special counsel’s probe, and Jonathan Kravis, an assistant U.S. attorney in Washington, D.C., filed notices of their withdrawals with Judge Amy Berman Jackson, who oversaw Stone’s trial. Prosecutors Adam Jed and Michael Marando also withdrew.

Before the four attorneys bailed, the DoJ released a statement saying they were reconsidering the length of the Stone sentence saying it was “extreme, excessive and grossly disproportionate.” And President Trump also tweeted his displeasure with the recommendation, calling it “disgraceful,” and said he “cannot allow this miscarriage of justice.”

Did the prosecutors lie about their sentencing recommendation? “The Department was shocked to see the sentencing recommendation in the filing in the Stone case last night,” an official told Fox News. “The sentencing recommendation was not what had been briefed to the Department.”

And that’s not all! According to CNN, President Donald Trump on Tuesday abruptly withdrew the nomination for Jessie Liu, the former US attorney who headed the office that oversaw Roger Stone’s prosecution, to serve in a top Treasury Department position.” Liu was scheduled for a confirmation hearing on Thursday.

Now there are calls for an “investigation” of course.

Here we go again.

Harris asks Graham to bring in Barr over Stone sentencing
Trump taunts Roger Stone prosecutors who ‘cut and ran’ from case
Trump hints that Vindman may face disciplinary action from Pentagon
Giuliani producing documentary on Hunter Biden: report
Democrats struggle to counter Trump’s Roger Stone intervention
Right. Schumer says impeachment has ‘been a positive’ for Democrats

Other morsels:
Jussie Smollett indicted by grand jury on six counts for making false reports, special prosecutor says
Westminster Dog Show’s ‘Best in Show Award’ goes to Siba, a standard poodle
Report questions effectiveness of active shooter drills in schools
U.S. judge drops some charges against Theranos’s Holmes, leaves wire fraud
McConnell will not bring budget resolution to the floor
Dems pick up new GOP support to rein in Trump’s Iran war powers
Florida man who struck Republican voter tent motivated by Trump opposition
Coronavirus vaccine could be ready in 18 months, WHO officials say: ‘We are not defenseless’
Fallen Jewish American World War ll soldiers, POWs finally to be buried under Star of David
Virginia House approves ‘assault weapons’ ban
Two Convicted Sex Offenders Arrested Crossing Border into California
Nearly 200 Georgia residents being monitored for coronavirus; 97 new deaths in China
Mysterious radio signal from space is repeating every 16 days
Church of England to apologize for being ‘deeply institutionally racist’
Why sports can be so toxic to boys and how we unravel that culture
WTF Two dolphins were shot, stabbed and killed off the Florida coast. There’s a $20,000 reward for answers
‘Birds of Prey’ Retitled After Woke Comic Book Movie Bombs at Box Office

And that’s all I’ve got, now go beat back the angry mob!

About Liz Sheld

Liz Sheld is the senior news editor at American Greatness. She is a veteran political strategist and pollster who has worked on campaigns and public interest affairs. Liz has written at Breitbart and The Federalist, as well as at PJ Media, where she wrote "The Morning Briefing." In her spare time, she shoots sporting clays and watches documentaries.

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