The critical question of the moment is what the endorsement means for the “political revolution.”
Katie Halper joins the “Unauthorized Disclosure” weekly podcast to talk about the absurd identity politics surrounding media’s crowning of Hillary Clinton.
There will be differences of opinion among Sanders supporters, however, there are some actions, which the political climate calls for.
The party “didn’t want to change their policies to accommodate an upstart that was doing better than he should have.”
“The struggle continues,” Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders declared in a speech, which capped off his statewide campaign in California. He described the struggle broadly as one for social, economic, racial, and environmental justice. Sanders also noted he has overwhelmingly won young people in the majority of the United States.
The Associated Press and NBC News inappropriately reported Hillary Clinton made history and “clinched” the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination. It spurred other media organizations, such as CNN and the New York Times, to follow suit and splash their home pages with big headlines indicating Clinton was the nominee. In engaging
Throughout the Democratic presidential primary, journalists and commentators have relied upon their interactions with Bernie Sanders supporters on social media to promote the myth that what drives white men to support the democratic socialist is angst or some form of racial resentment. But there simply is no basis in fact
Hillary Clinton has done many of the very things she attacked Trump for doing.
The Clinton campaign still sees young Sanders supporters as nothing more than dumb adolescents.
We take the concerns of Sanders supporters and research them. And it turns out there has been a lot of merit to those allegations.