*Attorney Antonio Moore discusses the impact of James Clyburn endorsing presidential candidate Joe Biden with no agenda demands. And critiques Clyburn’s 10-20-30 plan.
Moore also looks into the issues facing presidential candidate Bernie Sanders as a front runner heading into Super Tuesday.
Tuesday, March 3, will be enormously important because it’s the first day that a lot of the delegates necessary to win the nomination are at stake, and the biggest delegate day overall. A total of 14 states and one territory — including California and Texas, the two most populous states in the country — will hold their primaries or caucuses.
Candidates are competing for about a third of the overall delegates at stake. Those 1,344 delegates allocated on Super Tuesday could effectively settle the race, if one candidate locks down a gigantic lead that will be nearly impossible for anyone else to overcome. The candidate with the best chance of doing that is Sen. Bernie Sanders — his current lead in the polls indicates he can theoretically rack up enough plurality wins in a crowded field to clean up in delegates.