A solid 20% of those who said they were supporting Bernie Sander told pollsters they would be voting for Trump in November if Clinton was the nominee.
Sanders supporters understand very well how the process works and what kind of candidate is supposed to make it to the end.
Such open shade-throwing is unlikely to endear many Sanders supporters to a party that will need them in November and beyond.
If Bernie Sanders couldn’t have won the Nevada convention, why did the Democratic Party go through the trouble of stifling his campaign’s influence?
Clinton crushed Obama in West Virginia in 2008, winning by by over 40 points. This time around she lost by double digits.
It now appears that Hillary Clinton is confident enough in her mathematical advantage over Bernie Sanders that she resumed taking money from Wall Street.
It appears Clinton’s campaign will directly appeal to moderate Republicans in order to win the general election against Trump, if she becomes the nominee.
The victory matters but not to the establishment media, who carry themselves with such hubris they declared Trump could never be the Republican nominee.
It does not help Clinton that the chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee defends a closed primary system that disenfranchises voters.
Eugene Puryear, the vice-presidential candidate for the Party for Socialism and Liberation (PSL) in the U.S., talks about electoral politics.