Wed. Oct 27th, 2021

    There are claims that on a day to the Super Tuesday Democratic presidential primaries, Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar will be dropping out of the 2020 US. Presidential Election, and will reportedly be endorsing Joe Biden, the former Vice President of the USA. 

    According to information gathered from the Associated Press, Senator Amy Klobuchar is flying to Dallas and will be joining Joe Biden and providing support with her presence at his Monday night’s rally. 

    And according to reports coming from CNN on Monday afternoon, Senator Amy Klobuchar is not the only presidential candidate who is planning to boycott her presidential bid and team up with Joe Biden in his campaign. 

    Also, the Mayor of South Bend, Indiana, Pete Buttigieg, is planning on suspending his presidential campaign and would also be joining Joe Biden at the Dallas rally to announce his endorsement and support for Joe Biden. 

    With the absence of these two in the polls, this is offering a whole lot of votes to Joe Biden, who originally had to share the same voters with Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar. 

    Also, now that the 2020 polls is short of two candidates, the remaining candidates vying for the top seat in the United States of America are Michael Bloomberg (who is perceived as a moderate candidate), Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders (who are top contenders and who are competing on the party’s left-wing), and Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (who is perceived as a minority candidate). 

    And asides from Representative Tulsi Gabbard who is aged less (she is aged 38 years), all the remaining Democratic candidates are not lesser than the age of 70. 

    Sen. Amy Klobuchar at a campaign rally in Falls Church, Va., on Saturday. (Tom Brenner/Reuters)

    According to the latest polls gotten from Minnesota,  Senator Amy Klobuchar will have a hard time against Bernie Sanders at the state’s primary on Tuesday. 

    Even though there is every possibility for Amy Klobuchar to win delegates from her home state, Sanders is not resting on his oars as he is scheduled to hold a primary eve rally and be introduced by Representative Ilhan Abdullahi Omar at St. Paul, Minnesota. 

    Klobuchar’s campaign got to a peak during a five-day stretch in New Hampshire, an event that featured a Friday night debate performance, which boosted fundraising and also earned her a third-place finish during the primary held at Granite State. 

    It is no lie that Senator Amy Klobuchar was an establishment favorite, and this is obvious from the accruing endorsements she got from several newspapers such as the New York Times. 

    At the same time that Klobuchar was endorsed by the New York Times, she was also endorsed by Senator Elizabeth Warren. 

    But in spite of her popularity amongst the whites, Senator Amy Klobuchar still didn’t have a good standing with nonwhite voters, and this is one of the reasons why she finished sixth in both Nevada and South Carolina, which are states which feature a diversified electorate. 

    The reason behind the love lost between the last category of voters and the Senator stems from her career as a prosecutor, which resulted in the sentencing of an African-American teen to life imprisonment in the year 2002 as reported by Associated Press. 

    Against this background, the Minneapolis NAACP and the January Black Lives Matter movement have called for the Senator to suspend and cancel her campaign in Minneapolis.