After Losing Rigged Democrat Primary to Hillary Clinton … Bernie Sanders Vows to Fight on to the Philedalphia Convention
Hillary Clinton may have won the rigged Democrat primary that saw both the Democrat political establishment (super delegates) and the liberal MSMback her, however, it is socialist Bernie Sanders that has the energy behind him. Bernie found out just how rigged the primary process truly is was the AP called the nomination for Hillary Clinton before the California primary based on super delegates. UNREAL. Sanders vowed last night to his supporters to take their fight on to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and the Democrat National Convention. One thing I can see Bernie pushing for at the convention is an end to super delegates in the Democrat nomination process that is nothing more than a rigged system that gives the appearance the people are nominating the candidate.
“Next Tuesday we continue the fight. We are going to fight hard to win the primary in Washington, D.C., and then we take our fight for social, economic, racial and environmental justice to Philadelphia.”
So which party is it again that seems to have complete division again? Bernie Sander captured more primaries and caucuses than anyone could have ever imagined. Will Sanders supporters vote for Hillary? Or will they look elsewhere or stay home? Sanders’ campaign was a social movement, not a political campaign. Those that invested that much emotional capital would find it hard to just cast a vote for the other guy or gal.
Despite a night of disappointing losses, Bernie Sanders vowed Tuesday night to continue his campaign and to take his fight all the way to the convention in Philadelphia.While Hillary Clinton secured the delegates she needed Monday to become the presumptive presidential nominee, Sanders channeled the defiance of his supporters as he took the stage shortly before 11 p.m. PT.
The crowd was on edge — angry with the press and worried that he would give in to the growing pressure from Democratic leaders to bow out of the race.
But it wasn’t long before it became clear from his remarks that his “movement” — a campaign that has given Clinton more of a fight than anyone predicted and forced the
Democratic Party to the left — would carry on, at least through the final primary next Tuesday in Washington, D.C.
“All of you know that when we began this campaign over a year ago we were considered to be a fringe campaign. Over the last year I think that has changed a little bit,” he said as the crowd thundered with approval.