On "FOX Across America with Jimmy Failla, Rep. Jody Hice (R-GA) explained to Jimmy about how voters will have to between when they head to the polls to vote in the primaries on what's being called "Mini-Super Tuesday."
"There's no question a lot is riding on today for Bernie. No question about it. There's a lot of efforts to push him out of the race. And it's going to be interesting to see what the American people, how they're going to respond, at least the Democratic side of the American people, how they're going to respond to the message and the policies, the vision of Bernie Sanders and his socialism. It's frightening to me, to be very honest, alarming to me how that is picking up a lot of momentum. The fact that people genuinely believe that a bigger government, less freedom, it just never has worked anywhere, anywhere, anywhere in the world. And yet the fact that we have so many here in America that are believing somehow that it will work here is a little disturbing to me. But it is a make it or break it day, I believe, for Bernie Sanders. There's no question the Democratic Party right now is very fractured and that would apply here in Washington, D.C., as well as across the entire nation. It's kind of a choice, it appears, between socialism or senility. And that's when you come down to it, it's neither a real attractive choice for a lot of people."