Probably depends on one's point of view. I grew up in the 1950's when the only safety net was social security and basically nothing else. Charities and Churches took care of the poor along with neighbors. There was a free medical clinic in the town about 8 miles from our farm which also took care of those who couldn't afford medical fees. Volunteer doctors and nurses. Now this was in a era when doctors would come to your home, you didn't visit the doctors office except in case of an emergency. Anyone remember that? I wonder how anyone could say this country has moved right, we fixed a bunch of social issues, added things like Medicare, medicaid, the minimum wage and a ton of other things.

But I suppose moving left or right depends on what tint of glasses one is looking through.

Onto tomorrows primaries, the latest updated polling information. But take these numbers with a grain of salt as we don't know how the corona virus will affect turnout. But if things go fairly normal, here are the numbers compliment of Nate Silver and 538.

Arizona Biden 55% Sanders 32%
Florida Biden 65% Sanders 24%
Illinois Biden 59% Sanders 29%
Ohio Biden 58% Sanders 32%

It seems to me it's safe to assume Biden wins all four. But by what margin depends on voter turnout.
It's high past time that we start electing Americans to congress and the presidency who put America first instead of their political party. For way too long we have been electing Republicans and Democrats who happen to be Americans instead of Americans who happen to be Republicans and Democrats.