Yesterday's Super Tuesday election is a slice of where America is right now. It tells the story of a cautious America shell-shocked after 3 years of the disastrous tRump regime. It shows an electorate who felt "Berned" last time, and not willing to risk it again. In short - Biden brought home the bacon - and almost 300 electoral votes. Sanders gained less than 200. Warren is struggling with only 25 and couldn't even win her home state.
This - to me - says that while a lot of America would like to see some changes, they feel that going with the "safe" choice gets us going in the right direction. There's a lot of talk about Biden being a "moderate" (the Bernie-cult would use much less friendly sobriquets). While there was some initial thought that Warren would sap some "progressive" voters from Sanders, it seems that his Bernie-or-bust fanatics are not as prevalent as everyone (particularly themselves) would believe.