Shattering the dreams of all those people who were hoping for a better United States, two-time presidential Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders has dropped out of the election race.
Source: Tech Crunch
He concluded the nomination after his powerful online campaign was unable to reflect in the voters and he withdrew from the presidential election, making the way clear for Joe Biden and Donald Trump.
“I cannot in good conscience continue to mount a campaign that cannot win and which would interfere with the important work required of all of us in this difficult hour,” Sanders said in a live stream on Wednesday morning.
Sanders was a popular leader among the youth as he supported the far-left political movement and aimed to revive the country with socialism. He received massive support in Iowa, New Hampshire, and Nevada but failed to make an influence in South Carolina as Joe Biden enjoyed a sweeping victory.
As February came to an end, it became more and more clear that Sanders was nowhere close to winning the presidential elections and so he decided it was time to say goodbye and focus on other Democratic agendas.
However, that does not mean that his influence is over. From 2016 to 2020, Sanders has introduced a new form of national politics and we hope that his party continues to reinforce it. He may not be a threat to Biden now because of the low voter turnout but we are going to hold Mr. Sanders for his words as he said, “While this campaign is coming to an end, our movement is not.”