To the surprise of no one, Hillary Clinton decisively won the South Carolina Democrat Primary tonight. With just over 20% of the vote tabulated, Hillary has garnered 76% of the vote. So three out of four Democrats in South Carolina voted for Hillary.
The question now is can Bernie stall her momentum on Super Tuesday. While I think Bernie will win in his home state of Vermont, Massachusetts and possibly Minnesota, Hillary has to heavily favored in Southern states like Virginia, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Alabama, Texas and her old stomping grounds in Arkansas. Hillary also has to be favored in the caucus state of Colorado.
Barring any more damning e-mails or other skeletons, Hillary will begin March with a very big night. In which case, Bernie will rue the day he said he was tired of hearing about her damn e-mails.
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