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Democrats Send Diversity To The Back Of The Bus

Patrick J. Buchanan, The American Conservative

As the 2020 campaign began, the party divided into two camps. The promise of victory offered by Biden and the ideological agenda offered by Sanders and Warren trumped the ethnic appeal of Booker, Castro, and Kamala Harris. Now, with the arrival of moneybags Mike Bloomberg and his tens of millions of dollars in ads, almost certain to reach hundreds of millions before Super Tuesday, there is the possibility that four or five candidates will survive to the convention, with no one having a majority of delegates. And the horse-trading will begin. My view: Super Tuesday will cut the field to two or three. And the nominee will be one of the six palefaces on the stage December 19.