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WWL’s Kristian Garic, Seth Dunlap talks LSU baseball as the Tigers continue their campaign in the NCAA Baseball Regionals Saturday in Baton Rouge against the Southeastern University Lions with WWL callers.
WWL’s Kristian Garic, Seth Dunlap talks LSU baseball as the Tigers continue their campaign in the NCAA Baseball Regionals Saturday in Baton Rouge against the Southeastern University Lions with WWL callers.
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No it's going on yelled welcome back our number that you hear bar leap day edition of double coverage. Myself. Set Dunlap and Tim Zimmer are here in the letter balloon studios. As we prepared against political this now we want to hear. You and your opinions as well. Regarding tomorrow's Super Tuesday big news afoot. Or I guess tomorrow Sewell will be massive news in deciding. Who the next presidential nominees will be ready to choices you'll potentially have over it comes time to elect a new leader. Of our country but that's not all of it's it's Vegas is they differ you're the most as we all know obviously. And some kind of pain tomorrow. In and trump debate on how things play out as kind of via a last stand. For the Republican Party at an alum. Of sorts if trump wins. Does this kind of signifies a massive. Political shifter massive party shifting change in Natalie how the party operates with the very ideals that it and here's to you. And this is an exit that is not. You know we think about these parties because we have. Very limited Scopes owns receive years here tomorrow like my age only 27 years since I've been born these parties have essentially. Being in the same new major changes but if you look through American history. You're reading some articles today. These party shifts do you happen about once every fifty years somewhere in that range I mean the one of the last major ones. Was poor white southerners moving from the Democratic Party to their public Carty during the civil rights back in 1960 so. Potentially. A similar shift afoot if Donald Trump indeed. Has a big data Maher and kind of well separates himself even further from the pack. They're like you said there are these political realignment that happen in American politics and it happened quite a bit it's been awhile it's been about forty years and means that time ticks on the has been a lot of research and articles done in the past really past couple weeks on this they have what you said about every. Forty to fifty years last on those on the southern Dixie that's after the civil rights movement really Lyndon Johnson signing some legislation there. A moved away from the Democrats to the Republican Party. And you had and George McGovern you had Jimmy Carter. I'm 1976 election is well aware really of those were kind of a realignment elections on the democratic side you haven't had a Republican realignment since then. But it seems to be happening now that was a big article on the New York Times today. That's saying. Kind of like the Alamo like you said this is kind of their last stand tomorrow Super Tuesday fascinated Super Tuesday we don't know. Yeah explain it ray you know Super Tuesday it is it is the day in the primary season. That's. Has the most states voting on one single bit. On the democratic side there are twelve elections eleven states and American Samoa. And then that this on the Republican side there are eleven states Madeleine and all the same states for example. Alaska's Republican senate not Democrats I do believe. So it's most really one of the handful of biggest handful of political dazed issues gonna have the three presidential debates be God's gonna have the general Election Day come on November. And then you have Super Tuesday so really one of the handful of really big days here and the dimensions as well. So what we want to know from you were to open this up to all of you callers out there because there's a lot of speculation on what's gonna go on tomorrow. On both the democratic senate and a Republican side because this would also be Bernie Sanders maybe last chance to really for war Hillary Clinton. And her momentum as well what do you think is going to happen tomorrow. Do you think Marco Rubio can finally. Win a state that look like it according polling do you think the Donald Trump. Will essentially have this thing locked up by this time tomorrow on that when most of the states. Will have their polls close what do you think is going to have number eleven your mute and then. At 930 like you said we're gonna have on Harry intent of 538 dot com. Won't have a rising stars in the political. Statistical analysis world he got us are up by 38 if you follow politics a lot that is. Really the the bastion the signal beacon. Political analysis sites for the last eight years analytical all the other call dad it's kind of the on the Saber metrics of politics if you all the F and may it was Nate Silver said he started it was body SP and they do more than just politics now but. They've been right more than their wrong and lot of stuff today a couple of things from Nate Silver that says he thinks that it's it's almost it's almost locked up almost done almost you're gonna see Hillary unless something catastrophic happened yeah see Hillary vs trump. In the fall. And will explain why. Hillary is expected you have such a big data mart because there are some very clear factors. As well as the potential for Donald Trump to hurt you really separate himself even further. Which crew you know become our minds via view seemed lord the rings are right of the movies and C a series. Okay we'll see Messina you seem to towers yeah I've had my favorite lord of the tournament. Well in oh Helms deep throw downs he's grey but it's an owner fields. But that gable I'm actually using Helms keeping our earlier. You know the very end they're kind of all the way back to the hold brightly pitch to did the throne room and there's works banging on the door. And Eric Gordon convinces statin you know ride out towards me kind of like this. Acting like you know it's useless it's few tile it's not going to mean anything but. Regain ending glory riding gunmen glorious blaze but lo and behold when they write out Gandalf. In the room here and show up. From the east they managed to Ralph the ports they managed to win that day so that's. How I'd kind of picture the Republican Party right now right trump. Is so Armonk in this situation and he's got his legions of supporters banging on the door right at the edge. Of breaking enter in tomorrow's today where. Rubio. In the rest I guess of the establishment figure heads. We'll try one last time to put a stop to do you think. It can happen also how did you feel about. Donald Trump's comments regarding. David duke and the Ku Klux Klan. I know that have visitors to our opinions on this. Maybe have some differing thoughts as well so. So our viewer to get involved in Texas at eight Timmy Timmy calls of five before 260187. Coming up here. It up thirteen Michigan Erie in tin. Senior political writer and analyst for 530 dot com cannot wait for that double coverage WB LAM after him and dot com. Who took on Neil welcome back double coverage here in the latter movie studios T Bob set. And Timmy hanging out with the unite in turn welcome in hairy in tin senior to write me it was 538 dot com. About seven minutes at forecaster in 22 bullets set up. From the scene for tomorrow. Kind of a how we got here type situation door to start. Left or right last asserts more clear cut. Right because elegant they have left is really quick read yet this Zach and four contests so far we saw the will really be insurgent campaign of Bernie Sanders came out of nowhere and it just like it's so interesting because just like it was in 2000 and obviously with Hillary Clinton yeah everybody knows this of him breeze through this that all the sudden Clinton's gonna talents in every boxer is inevitable although this time. Sanders looks like he has kind of trickled out so really awesome and after that South Carolina blowout loss when he lost it the points even though is only pulling down about 22 between. So but there are some states that he is projected to win tomorrow including his home state. Of Vermont he's going to be competitive in a few other states as well but its promise he just cannot be competitive he's going to have to him. Upset Hillary Clinton in a few states. Is that he's on the south so it's like Tennessee be competitive in Texas. Maybe win in Minnesota there have any chance of nomination so if there's one race that we maybe able for all intents and purposes call tomorrow it's going to be the Democrat. Race yet it looks like the burn as being cool. A little bit not too much sun screen not as many people feeling the burn actually it's an egg there is a very clear. Game numbers reason as to why Sanders has struggled recently and it's that he has. Theory low support amongst black voters. He would in South Carolina where he lost nearly fifty percentage points. Of the African American vote Clinton had 86%. To sanders' fourteen. You mentioned those twelve contests taking place tomorrow. Six of them and Alabama Arkansas Georgia Tennessee Texas and Virginia all have a very large black vote. Sinners have to have the support. All in all when everything's said and done tomorrow. Oh and those six states that its name make up 66%. Of the delegates available. Tomorrow but all all when it said and done. Hillary's probably gonna have a locked up. If from what I've read and don't fully understand it. But Hal delegates are awarded in democratic primaries is proportionally. And basically all this means is that once Sanders gets down by a hundred delegates are more. That it's almost impossible. For him to come back as Kansas win you'd have to win and dominate dash and that's not. Going after Hillary Clinton all in all is going to be one of your two choices. For president. Unless something really really where it happens in Alaska variance in about that if something really weird could happen tomorrow and by the way Bernie Sanders has said he's not going to drop out after tomorrow because he's got his fund raising base is so large around the country tunes from small donors we expect to see actually in the race for awhile even though in mine unhappy and he says he's gonna go up until now and get it confided to the variant that's a spiritual meaning you do is deep and you've. You take it all those donations Basel try to make good on the mini keyboard won that but it's good it sizzling like. Too big of a hill to climb now obviously how things have played out on the right. Much more interesting is up to this point. All efforts to stop trump have not only failed they've really. Failed spectacularly. Right and and that's highlighted even by recently right guy Governor Christie comes out in support of trump after bow and out of the race. And this is after Marco Rubio tried to get Christie on his side believe in death at just. Complete opposite affected him did he an idea why I mean language debt rubio used to Kristi basically saying will you have. Bright political future despite being ten years younger than Christie. I am made the. A more veteran. Politician a little upset. He's now gone now John midyear try to get John Kasay kept the race really focus on supporting. One establishment GOP candidate he's got dropping out it seems like. Every time the right has tried to make him move against trump the billions. To bully it cystic in a nutshell and I guess a microcosm of how this is gone. Inside the repulsion of Republican establishment it was just two weeks ago that those we always hear about the smoke filled rooms right in the back of these establishment decisions are made. And while that was kind of happening a couple of weeks ago even growing up to about a week ago. Where the establishment Mitch McConnell a lot of the governors the senators. Under the been there awhile we're trying to figure out a plan. To. To thwart do you Grail this relief momentum the troubles had to be nomination one of the leaders of that was Maine governor. Paula page he was one of the key figures in the negotiations and as the New York Times reported today. Well not this is they've reported today this was all in their report today on New York Times then on your abs icon but. Even though that he was leading a charge a week ago. Maine governor Paul page. He switched yeah reversed course and he endorsed Donald Trump's couple days ago so I you know maybe he sees the writing on the wall he wants to make sure that he's not hot. In this trump waves of this is the problem that the establishment on the right is having right now as they. They're kind of flailing around I don't know exactly what to do but in the last and I guess kind of like it is. On the left right now unless there is. Some systematic. Error in the holding right now yeah that troubles and had a huge night and he is going to be out to such a big lead in delegate count that. Don't know if there's going to be anyway. And besides feeling from Libyan news with these two choices like is this really what we've come to. Here in 2016 now see your point set. Yes so easily you mentioned those secret meetings apparently. Nobody could establishing good strategy that can go over the media really work to make it said only the celebrity goes oh in the handy and now. People in the Republican Party they're they're becoming more and more wary of publicly. Disavowing trump right educators as he gets more popular you don't want to risk. Losing some of that support from. His fan base it's got a core and also in the tennis sell its propelling proxies are way when you attack trumped only proving. What do you say and write the establishment Bergen it doesn't want him in office you stick it. To reestablish a bit like let let's shut us up because right now it is my pleasure to be joined by hairy and thin at. Forecaster intent on Twitter a senior political writer and analyst for 538 dot com Harry it's going from a different. Now I'm just basking in the glory that's about to be numerous truck victory tomorrow we had its. I don't know this and that meant that there. In IE hi I am I don't know what else secede it did this all would have seemed so absurd. Last summer yet here we are. And here it seems like every step of the way everybody's had a reason for why it's going to stop for whites now working. Is it then their predictions have been so off this cycle. I you know I think you're exactly right I might might not include including Mac class I think it's jerk that we. Prior that sort of all the and it weighed in at an odd look like anything that ever were just one thing. It's my opening democratic all of that. And remember into the leading all like these are you actually you know when he five or 30%. And the person who would really wanna nomination with a percentage of the vote. Was wrong before year ago around the court is facing a field of X and corpsman being. The number of candidates that we are strong chimp or Marco Rubio that crude. Carrie at the moment Scott Walker the let's go on and on time I think we just kept saying it couldn't happen. You are on we day in the leap year and we on the cut that's that's something potentially historic. Reds Alec the Twilight Zone on a leap day right now we're in the political twilight on. I suppose so how so Harry you look at analytic kemba Saber metrics of politics I suppose. So tell us in a nutshell how bit Donald Trump who is I believe on your cited said. He is the most disliked presidential front runner all of all time would be the most disliked presidential nominee of either party of all time. How is he right now inside the numbers how is he leading in this Republican race. Well I think it really comes down the idol and you look at say the favorable ratings which is where we get that most like sort factor in the specs indicate on the general are focusing on Republican. Even though his net favorable rating at the favorable and it's as I'm able raining quite low. If you look at it bury it or rating at people. Like that number actually. Quotes. Rating overall which inkjet. That there's that core group of people who really liked him and if you look at all that pretty much matches percentage that he's getting all be so what the actually happening at the people like voting form and the like voted for him. Because right now feel that code that we let out in the wind at 83540%. Of the vote coming up which state are looking. So do you think it's a case of I guess Taloqan draft pick that has. A high floor below ceiling and he also has a high ceiling. Well it certainly what we're here and it right in that what we do is we bill wouldn't comment on so. After a lot and I waited actually felt. A little and on number. But annually in New Hampshire and number I recount anyway in the girl and the rate that they re apple more that and it really seem like when. You look at the cult app poll that. It numbered who really Italy now at least thirteen point 4% in morning. 49%. And Ian and our people the belt and now lives. My belt the exit out at me right now the wire. 49% which definitely jeopardy numbers on a quote when. Talking to Harry instant senior political writer and analyst for 538 dot com here you had a couple of really good guides to Super Tuesday that you put up today. On the website one for the democratic side won for the Republican side and on the Republican side. You mentioned that the Republicans have aide quote you a Byzantine delegate delegate allocation system and there were some other reports in the New York time today. They count in those smoke filled rooms are talking about before. The RNC adjusted the weight of their primary work so then in a nutshell the early front runner in these recent can more easily secure the nomination so is that the case. Of I suppose the best intentions gone wrong here for the Republicans may RNC. You know it's rebuilt quoted the general were fighting the last war right. Yeah I mean it epithet in the crowd at the Democrats are saying. Portugal that long to get in some of the well. Trump what might now be perhaps that runner but there'd be manually stop. Republicans which is basically cap and yet they're cute they are truly truly Portugal at the Democrats are. The state art most of these eight guarantee that if you have the most boat struck at 830 odd report on a vote. Even though not and what our delicate in Italy. Most of the delicate and look at the overall and it mark equally active on the board were recruit the that the wind even bother you all apple closer trumpet going and the near bit deeper than that delicate that I'd probably only get about 40% of the vote. Any man more than that depending on a few short strained rule like in Alabama. We need to get over 20% of the vote in order even knew that. And right now at the other one currency to be over which could mean you get all the the biking and 50% of. We're talking hairy and thin at forecaster intent on Twitter senior political writer and analyst for 530 attack Tom is kind of to join us. On the eve of Super Tuesday and hairy. One thing that I've read a lot about it and it's really intrigued me because I'm I'm only 27 years old. And it's it's ideal like major parties shifts right where's that where it party. Doesn't necessarily. Resemble itself after you know a couple of years it's a bit I haven't. Necessarily seeing on this scale in my life. But if Donald Trump is to win then nomination or at least. Maybe become the clear favorite for our have you to say tomorrow. Does that ever present a so wondering of the GOP. Oh I think it. Sole lead does that mean minorities see a number I. Well I'll visual basic he's saying that they won't possibly be a vote for trump and a general election let it be senator and that that Romney but it essentially saying match. Yeah Carla clip oh I count in Florida representative. Bart current the united to better things. That Stephanie is that your man this year but it party that tended to eat itself on being. Gregory and trumpet potentially but now we're not gonna get it back at the much more hot spot on the a 180. Degree ship. Somewhere it up the court we in the pack tech it could be very big deal. Again that's talking to Harry instance Harry let's just lay this out tomorrow again everybody's best call expects Clinton on the democratic side to. Kind of got to leave its insurmountable same thing for trumps them all but. Taking a count are viewed this give us a path. That either Sanders takes tomorrow too high and into that lead and maybe either rubio crews on the other side or maybe even Jon K six. On the Republican side. A path tomorrow for them that we made we're not expecting. I think in the democratic much or the other means and it has any shot in the primary. That edit any in the South Carolina among American voters remember yet at all he believed a lot ordered by. 72 percentage point in South Carolina. 100%. To let the law by eight years ago Obama. Went in amber great years ago which were terrific in they'd like. Court your accent and the church and get close again among black voters that the only way to possibly wouldn't it. Come anywhere close to winning in the picnic tomorrow night calm on the Republican side in you know number one portrait after the Texas. He went art remarks expect it to keep trumped up. Out there a big group the only then they'd like that dollar Virginia we don't have people illegally in the well reveal Goodwin an error. I think for two truck that point crop Lou when the man they. But if you could call it margin in states like Georgia and Alabama and then winning states were the potentially it ain't that. With that scenario I'll let the by an epidemic. Harry I kind of a question and bids to major general survey she can take your whichever direction you want but it's kind of like how did we get here where. A bomber in a bunched up the other day you look at a suburb pull it affect dot com which is decide that it in your joy. And Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are deemed to most you know according to put a fact which they're deal is trying to check the veracity. Among these politicians' statements these are the two most to dis honest candidates of the entire bunch. Trump more soothing Clint -- how is it. Day you can have people look they're seeing things that are blatantly untrue and it doesn't seem to affect them negatively. I I think it's because most people can't factor but people aren't going to pull it back right I mean almost Powell how expert in promote people aren't pulling their. Opposite that's something that and the believe that more than political science research indicates that someone truly believe in something. Even if it album something they. Also her and that actually makes them want more. And and so you know oil and trump you know out front that the one thing about the cake cake in the but he he bought at an. Earlier question. It sure very typical. Group. And the senate Democrat I would really not at the Republican side. Bernie Sanders was not even registered Democrat Hubert all of these democratic opera all rushed on to. It in the battle with Harry Reid I think that will get out our. At the trump on the Republican side. I mean I think the real issue here where that number one there was no real money and then in the advertisement for. Four years ago in that kind of money again and Mitt Romney and do. Robert for trumpet it in some tremendous heat on the waiting a year away and when somebody earning your way. Yet your points daughter Alyssa is out there I've said this before but Bernie Sanders is an independent running for president a primary I'm a registered independent. And I'm not even allowed to vote and let him I don't know how or to Louisiana. Edwards. You had a blood tweet earlier today there was interest being you said I was kind of rhetorically set how does rubio win Florida which is of course his home state. So you kind of think rubio stone stone. Well you know albeit at all over the past month that fact within seven point. And should keep track. The fact is that it's 99 or whoever wins the most amount of votes that regardless of the percent. The vote they would win ball. Out at the huge amount in nearly as large as the margins at least some idiot. Ingraham I try tomorrow. Then. His market. What they are and it went it went in Florida where the track and possibly win the election and someone who you can follow any at pretty high rupiah. But Matt is the man regardless of whether or not a lot of it is demand. Yeah we never heard I guess anybody declare victory so many times analyst lea. And there aren't are not. I mean maybe if the convention talking about changing the rules are delegates at age in the convention will love it. Actually eat the winner and I get Peruvian. Rhetoric. Get Harry awesome man and a really mean is you guys at 538. To keep doing what you guys are doing and I urge everybody out there if you don't know this idea to take valiantly and it's 538 dot com what politics there are lots of sports and sport yes justice a lot of great sports stuff there as well. Harry and send senior political writer and analyst for 530 dot com thanks so much for joining us now. Our charities. Man Tim great tip rather I mean just wonderful. A man and produce you may be haven't been yet it's spelled out 538. Not. The numbers five theory but five he'd get a thought that it Andreychuk out. All right we got the Larry and you to a 5042601878. On the folk leverage your tax as well Super Tuesday DeMar what are you expecting. Is double coverage evident BL AM FM and dot com. Tell him the latter studios Q of seventy him hey you know you could street the phone lines. Yet the in Mississippi to the what's up man. I'm a pretty. Good I can't think that aren't that when you when you made the comment about. It was two questions. Question but I had to respond. That we get here. And and we're really you know where you. Want. One. It. Pretty much talk of the art a career politician to you know people talk about what we don't want to XP and experience at it why should orbit. Whichever side and get them. Keep their job. That it would be an all male. What's really happening they want cheap political. And keep. In the in the end that. Light light. Out shop and one like you're in the popular because people marched higher up career politician and. You know about on the. Wow I'll sure it would give a quote they act on little. Yeah but but I mean but I mean bid C debts but did that's what I don't necessarily understand and I don't think it explains Hillary drug in Hillary's as establishment as yet the editors and why Bernie. Had more success than many people were predicting. I think both Bernie and trump are kind of symptoms of a system. That is sick right like this indeed the dare successes on was created. By people being so fed up like he is kind of seeing right I mean. When tugged at big government shutting down. A couple of years ago I mean just massive debates. Brian grandstands being made over things like Planned Parenthood words are words Albert. People just feel like nothing's getting done at the system that becomes stagnant it's become that its ground to all blocked. My issue with what you said he is everything you said you disliked about his other politicians. I guess they just ask you how is trumped different like I look my favorite part about him. Is that yes he does not he's not taking money from super pacs he's not be older and to any money necessarily invests these kind of free to make his own choices but there are some of his choices. That maybe I remain a bit wary of and his lack. Of true talent like I said out of 91. Statements. Looked at by it would affect dot com seven. Were true. And Hillary Clinton was the second most dishonest candidate. And she was still being truthful a little over 50%. Of the time so would shocking to me is you have you know a billionaire businessman. Whom. He's seeding that are blatantly untrue and yet he's managed to be kind of make it make himself a voice of the people but I agree tee adding adding so much of it is just. Tapping into. I very real anti establishment sentiment it's kind of representative of the identity crisis and the GOP's our defining establishment I guess did question isthmus a mile on the Bernie Sanders that Sanders has a politician for forty years. He's been in government for forty year I think I think I think you're sick I think establishment wouldn't go behind. But I mean he's been a senator for one he was in the house representatives for Iowa about a decade before that you it's your buddy buddies are imminent and subnet adding that Yemen and Arabia and I behind your name I think no well obviously his caucus with the Democrats retire her honestly I think that I think that goes a long way if you have that I towards named sitting so much of this comes from people's frustration. With the two party system and getting pigeonholed. In 21 decision or another nobody being able that are being willing to compromise and UK's even if it is not sure even if Sanders is a establishment politician. Com. Yeah at least appears to be someone. Who is sticking to his ideals right you as these goals in the state like team to. Champion yourself as a socialist. It's in America is going to be about as anti establishment as you get at bed worked. Very Smart people that I'm trying to discuss Bernie with you know give their take on it. There were people we were born to be lawyers consider whatever like people who I respect from an intelligence standpoint who've just told me no would you say socialist conversations over there. Right and it's like I think you're talking about I think when your your sensitive and things and we're up against the break here but I knew everything into everything he's an anti establishment. And then somebody an outsider outside of politics altogether it's still perplexed is in need just a little bit I get beat. Anti establishment and I am with you bonded the two party system maybe a little bit outdated especially in today's populist society on both sides of the aisle. But it it it confuses me just a little bit why. I think we would agree year may be one day it's the high levels. Politics it's pretty important job president senators specially talking about the leader of the senate the majority leader I would agree with that you have so why is that those jobs we consider. Some of the most important in the country why are those the only jobs and when now a lot of people are saying we don't need any experience to hold those discussions. I still don't think it's dead people things they don't I think it's achieved a lesser of two evils they think that people have no experience. I think it did people become incredibly jaded and cynical. And they feel like the rights of the constituents the rights of the community. Are being kind of shoved aside for whatever the lobbies or whatever the people funding. Then to get an. Office one that's way and that's part I here but I think where were mixing up our arguments because what I heard TC and there was that people who have been in politics for this long. Well in order to get experience for running you know for the highest office really not only in the country in the world. My view is. Have some experience right that's just mind you have about a mile good in this even dovetails into like a longer conversation about now. How an election works is it necessarily than picking a good leader. It's it's it's a popular because if I don't I don't regret years. Involve being an incredible amounts of money backroom deals garnering support silly. And we get a whole conversation rounded. How we do it automatically is kind of giving us. Dedicated towards suited for the actual job climbed to just suited to winning. An election all right I'll wrap up our number two here on double coverage next Larry cabbage in Europe here to reveal the amendment. Chris and handle for the Oscars and surface there's Chris it's up. It was so. Odd guys that cap it won't. Do. It's about is don't want right now. 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Out of here but I just want to say before I leave I want to congratulate you on being the ninety's buffalo bills' Q my ninety's Dallas Cowboys on the excellent map once again all of you for that. Everybody. Thanks everybody will double coverage. LSU talk coming up next.