Massachusetts is feeling the Bern.
More than 20,000 of its residents turned out for a Bernie Sanders rally at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center on Saturday, no small feat even in a Democratic-leaning state.
The Vermont independent senator who is campaigning for the Democratic presidential nomination appears to have broken a record for a primary candidate's audience in the state -- shooting past then-Sen. Barack Obama's rally of 10,000 people eight years ago, according to the Boston Globe.
You know sometimes you just have to sit back and say "Holy Shit!"
I mean the guy is now attracting larger crowds than Obama in 2008.
I didn't even think that was possible.