As expected, Hillary Clinton (pictured at right) won the Nevada caucuses and is heavily favored in South Carolina Democratic primary as well.
If she rolls in South Carolina as expected, she will have all the momentum going forward (unlike in 2008) and U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) will be looking at a nearly impossible task of winning the Democratic nomination for President of the United States.
As was expected, Clinton should win the nomination and will likely become our country's 45th President.
The good thing, however, is that Bernie Sanders is getting the message out there that needs to be heard and acted on . . . the American people (the REAL American people - the 99 percent) are sick and tired of the status quo and the rich bastards shitting all over everybody else.
As long as republican candidate is defeated for the U.S. Presidency come this November, that's a good thing and a blessing for the United States of America.