Joe Biden Bails On New Hampshire As His Supporters Dwindle

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The Democrats see Joe Biden as their most established candidate in the presidential race. For weeks now they have been shoving the former Vice President down our throats. They somehow think that he possesses the ability to steal moderate voters away from Donald Trump in the general election.

However, despite their obvious attempts to bring Biden to the forefront, the party’s younger voters are turning up their noses at him and urging their peers to dabble in a brand of democratic socialism that cannot possibly beat Trump in November.

In fact, things are getting so bad for Biden that the former Vice President left early from New Hampshire, during the primary vote itselfto go campaigning in South Carolina, a state where he is much more popular.

The former vice president abruptly announced on Tuesday morning that he won’t spend primary night in New Hampshire as planned and instead is flying to South Carolina to headline a newly scheduled kick-off rally in the state he’s long considered his campaign firewall.

“We’re going to head to South Carolina tonight,” Biden told reporters as he visited a polling station with voting underway in the state that holds the first primary in the race for the White House. “And I’m going to Nevada… we’ve got to look at them all.”

The campaign confirmed Biden is now canceling his originally scheduled appearance at a primary night party in Nashua, N.H., and will be in South Carolina instead. The New Hampshire party will go on as scheduled without him. But the campaign emphasized that Biden would continue to stop by polling stations during the afternoon.

It appears that Biden took a disastrous 5th place finish in Iowa. There has been a delay in the release of the results by several days due to a newly developed smartphone voting app malfunction.

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