Listen: Bernie, Biden And Harris discussed on Stephanie Miller
"The the ground swell energy that is there for Bernie is difficult to feel in a place like DC, but then you go out there, and they're just thousands of people in New Hampshire. It was freezing cold and people were lined up hours beforehand this early in the primary season just to see him speak, and that's a really inspiring thing. So I know it is. And I also always think of the situation like this that people are not. You know, they look at polls whatever they say eighteen percent, one birdie and twenty percent, Biden eleven present what harassed whatever. But what they might be missing in the numbers is the level of enthusiasm among that eighteen percent, if they're all going to show up to vote and only sixty percent of Biden's people are gonna show up and seventy percent of Harris's people. That's that's significant editor all going to go out and knock on doors or half of them are going to go out and knock on the doors. That's significant too. So let me ask you this. How many speeches did you see Bernie gave which probably give on at this point? But it's it's great and one of the cool things to see was the way that each speech. He clearly is in touch with the seemingly Mitch issues that affect each local community, so Twitter kind of exploded. When he started talking about the ways farming practices are taking advantage of local labors and places like Iowa. That's not something. That's a really. Disgust issue in on the main stage certain number of sexier issues that I think all the candidates are touching on now. And interestingly a lot of those were introduced by Bernie last cycle Medicare for all most notably. But"