Liveblogging the Thrilla in Indiana
There is an arguable case to be made here.
He finally gets some belated respect from The Donald.
That's all, folks. Trump won, Cruz pulled out (I'll have another post soon on why that was a boneheaded mistake), and Sanders beat Hillary, but not by enough to really push the needle in the delegate count. We're pretty much set for Trump vs. Clinton, so a lot of conservatives are searching for option 3. Hopefully, the Bernie folks will be searching for option 3 as well.
In any case, these liveblogs have been fun. Not sure when the next one will be.
If you want more, be sure to say so via this Twitter poll. Until then, we'll see you on the main page!
Question for the Twitters: should @PJMedia_com do a liveblog for any further primaries, like June 7th in California?— Tyler O'Neil (@Tyler2ONeil) May 4, 2016
Many Dems say this.
The other ones say this.
This is funny.
Posted without comment.
Take that, socialists.
Um, yeah. But you "won with women" a lot less than you won with men.
On both sides, yes. A socialist and a crony capitalist.
Tonight we learned the American educational system failed miserably. #IndianaPrimary— RicanInBoston (@RicanInBoston) May 4, 2016
Wow, OK Sanders folks. That's ... fun.
Looks like Mexico is going to need that wall, to keep us out. #IndianaPrimary— Mike Wittmer (@MikeWittmer) May 4, 2016
Who would have thought it would be the Democrats with the contested convention?
Seriously though, who's your pick now?
And this is the Bernie people right now.
I would say "my thoughts exactly," but... my thoughts exactly.
It's official, Ted Cruz has dropped out and Donald Trump is the Republican nominee for President of the United States.— Shaun King (@ShaunKing) May 4, 2016
I've covered Cruz's campaign since it started. The final look at what happened over those 13 months. https://t.co/4y6Y6hdSXA— Katie Zezima (@katiezez) May 4, 2016