Friday, May 27, 2016

Bernie Sanders: Then and Now

Ever since Bernie Sanders first announced his run for President in April 2015, all of Hillary Clinton's surrogates — the superdelegates, the political insiders, the polls takers and the media pundits on cable news — have all said that Bernie could never win. But he's been winning ever since. So far (as of May 17th) Bernie Sanders has won 20 States to Hillary Clinton's 24 States with 6 States left to vote on June 7th — with California being the biggest prize — and why all of Clinton's supporters and those in media have wanted Bernie to concede an early loss and drop out of the race prematurely.

If Bernie Sanders ends up trailing Hillary Clinton by 1 single pledged delegate after the last vote is cast on June 14th, all the naysayers — Hillary Clinton's surrogates, the superdelegates, the political insiders, the polls takers and the media pundits on cable news — will all say: "See! We told you he could never win!"

But if Bernie were to end up ahead of Clinton by one single pledged delegate, they would all call it a spectacular miracle. During the DNC convention in July, the superdelegates will decide who is the Democratic nominee. If they choose Clinton, will have President Trump. If they choose Bernie, we will have President Sanders.

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( * I haven't been blogging much lately because I've been posting a lot of mini-blogs at my Tweeter account. Maybe it's just a passing fad, and I'll start doing more blogging soon. Meanwhile, I'm sometimes here at Twitter: — or I'm responding to comments at my YouTube channel:

1 comment:

  1. Hillary Clinton's response to the Inspector General's report on her email server: "It was a mistake."

    Ignorantia juris non excusat (ignorance is no excuse) — a legal principle holding that a person who is unaware of a law may not escape liability for violating that law merely because he or she was unaware of its content.

    Morning Joe Blasts Hillary Clinton's "Mindboggling" Deceit Over Emails:

    Fact Check: Despite Clinton's claim, Colin Powell was the ONLY previous SOS who used a private email "address" for personal email (e.g. Outlook, Gmail, Yahoo, etc.), but he didn't use his own private email server like Clinton did.

    Aides close to Clinton admitted that Clinton was concerned about FOIA (freedom of information) requests for her email -- and she deleted thousands of them from her personal server. (Some believe she was hiding business with her foundation from government oversight.)

    The FBI investigations and a civil suit is still ongoing.