HomePoliticsBIDEN EXPECTED TO WIN S. CAROLINA, BUT BERNIE LOOKS TO SCORE BIG ON SUPER TUESDAY Politics BIDEN EXPECTED TO WIN S. CAROLINA, BUT BERNIE LOOKS TO SCORE BIG ON SUPER TUESDAY Feb 29, 2020 Rob Lauer Political Reporter Biden’s campaign said from the beginning, that South Carolina was his firewall. And after Pres. Obama wade in this week and Biden got the endorsement of Rep. Jim Clyburn, the highest-ranking African American in Congress, it looks like Biden will sail to his first badly needed victory today. Real Clear Politics Poll has Biden at 39% and Sanders at 24%. But the real story is where do Warren, Klobuchar and Buttigieg go from here. If these folks don’t win something on Super Tuesday, they’re all done. In South Carolina, Warren is at 11.8%, Klobuchar is at 4% and Buttigieg is at 11%. Their poor showing in South Carolina and in Nevada have them limping into Super Tuesday looking wounded and weak. Bloomberg did not compete in South Carolina. He’s put all his money on Super Tuesday to spring board him into the race. Sanders till holds a commanding lead in California, Texas and most of the Super Tuesday states. Can Sanders lock up the nomination this Tuesday or will there be a brokered convention? Biden has fallen out of favor with the Democrat Establishment after his numerous gaffs and his scandal ridden son Hunter’s Ukraine problem. Bloomberg seems to have bought the establishment’s support at this point. Super Tuesday States: Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, and Virginia.