Democracy Now! reports from the Progressive perspective on yesterday’s Wisconsin Primary.
In the race for the White House, Tuesday was a big night for the underdogs, as Democrat Bernie Sanders and Republican Ted Cruz secured decisive victories in the Wisconsin primary. Sanders beat rival Hillary Clinton by winning over 56 percent of the vote. Ted Cruz easily defeated front-runner Donald Trump by 13 percentage points. We speak to political analyst and activist Van Jones and Ruth Conniff, editor of the Wisconsin-based magazine The Progressive.
— Democracy Now!
Of particular note, Van Jones talks about the blind spots in both the white populace and racial justice wings of the Democratic Party.