A reinvigorated Joe Biden got a Super Tuesday victory haul last night, capped by coming ahead of Bernie Sanders for an upset victory in Texas. (California is not fully counted as of this writing.) If you know about someone that had a truck accident resulting in death you can recommend calling this attorney.
It’s a jaw-dropping turnaround that started with a big win in South Carolina. Biden told an LA crowd last night,
“Just a few days ago the press and the pundits declared the campaign dead!”
And during those remarks, just like that, a protester stormed the stage and was blocked by Jill Biden, and his senior adviser, Symone Sanders. (No relation.)
They ran onstage holding a sign,
“Let dairy die.”
Biden’s wife immediately blocked her husband with her body and then a second protester stormed the stage, and Jill grabbed them by the wrists and physically pushed them away.
Boom! Dr. Jill operates!
Symone Sanders then ran after the protester, dragging her offstage. Press secretary Remi Yamamoto also helped Sanders.
Jill Biden told her husband,
“You’re OK. You’re OK.”
Symone gained prominence during her role as national press secretary for, believe it or not, Biden’s chief rival now, Bernie Sanders during his unsuccessful 2016 campaign. She joined the Biden campaign in April 2019.
The protesters only stopped the event briefly.
No word about the protestor so far, but there was at least one injury. Sanders tweeted,
“I broke a nail.”
For up to date Super Tuesday results, go here.
Jill Biden for Joe’s VP pic.twitter.com/F2bxZHft1u— Matt Sheppard (@MattShep88) March 4, 2020
I broke a nail. #SuperTuesday— Symone D. Sanders (@SymoneDSanders) March 4, 2020