Donald Trump won the Nevada caucus last night. Big deal. Everyone expected that.
The real story is who finished second. And Marco Rubio came through BIG — winning second place with 24 percent of the vote!
All that matters is the delegate count, okay? And last night? Marco Rubio won delegates! He’s keeping pace. He has Trump right where he wants him!
Rubio’s genius 3-5-2-2 strategy — i.e. finishing third in Iowa, fifth in New Hampshire, second in South Carolina, and second in Nevada — is really panning out! He’s on fire! He can’t be stopped! He’ll take second place all the way to the convention!
This definitely isn’t over!
Wow, it’s over. We blew it, America. We’re nominating Donald-freaking-Trump.
We picked the reality TV star. “You’re fired.”
I remember a year ago, when we started The Pulse 2016, we were gearing up for a substantive, issue-focused debate. It was exciting. We were ready for conservatism to finally take over the Republican Party.
Instead, we are settling for ideologically-fluid authoritarianism. Our “policy debates” in this primary have been limited to: 1.) Is Ted Cruz a liar? 2.) Is Mexico really going to pay for a wall on our southern border? 3.) Is Jeb Bush pathetic or what?
God help us.
Last night, exit polling showed that Nevada voters were really angry. Me, too.
Okay, maybe this isn’t so bad.
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