Join Jim and Greg as they break down a big day in politics from Super Tuesday to the balance in the U.S. Senate.

First, they acknowledge what we all expected – that Donald Trump and Joe Biden would virtually lock up their respective nominations on Tuesday – punctuated by Nikki Haley suspending her campaign Wednesday morning. But they do note that bewildering win by Democrat Jason Palmer in American Samoa & highlight the smugness of the MSNBC panel over Virginia Republicans naming immigration as their top concern. And Jim explains how he would restructure the primary season so that more voters in more states would have a say while the campaign is still competitive.

Then they break down the results of the jungle primary in California. They’re disgusted that Adam Schiff not only advanced to the general election but will be the heavy favorite. They also note former Dodgers and Padres star Steve Garvey taking the second spot behind Schiff. And hey are very pleased to see far left Reps. Katie Porter and Barbara Lee lose and be out of Congress entirely next year.

Finally, they dissect the impact of Arizona Independent Sen. Kyrsten Sinema announcing she will not run for re-election this year. While still disagreeing with Sinema on most issues, they see her six years as somewhat of a pleasant surprise for her willingness to defend the legislative filibuster in the Senate. But they also note that a far left Dem is now likely favored to win her seat.

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