Bernie Sanders is currently delivering a victory speech to a very enthusiastic crowd at his campaign headquarters in Madison, Wisconsin, following a landslide win in Alaska, not to mention a huge win that was just called in Washington State. In fact, Sanders interrupted his own victory speech to announce the news that he had won Washington as well.

Did we say “huge” win? With nearly 75 percent of the votes counted in Alaska, Sanders is ahead of Hillary Clinton by a remarkable 80-20 margin, and he’s pulling similar numbers in Washington, where he has 76 percent of the vote with about a third of the votes counted.

Wow! Could “Sanders Saturday” really blow the race wide open?

Rigged for Hillary? Before we faint at the very suggestion of such a thing, we should consider Clinton’s feelings today.

Speaking of winning by huge margins: