The HRC strategy to gain the White House would seem akin to Nixons "Southern Strategy". It appears what she is counting on as she alienates many in the democratic party, is the support of the Republican voter and the type that support Koch.
In essence people like Gloria Steinham and others that have come out for HRC (because she is a woman) are wanting the same things the Koch brothers do and see that being delivered in the person of one HRC.
Now this hardly a revelation. Mr Sanders has been pointing out that it Wall Street and these same billionaires and millionaires that are flooding the Clinton campaign with money. Any person with an iota of intelligence would have known this all along and would not have needed this pseudo endorsement of Hilary from one of the Koch brothers to arrive at that conclusion. That they persisted in the HRC support demonstrates on of the failings in a democracy of the people as modelled. Just as with Donald Trump , too many will self identify with an HRC or a Donald Trump because /s/he is White, Black, Female, Male, hates Mexicans, likes Mexicans and so on and so forth and thus is on "their side" looking after " their interests. This sort of thing happens in virtually every country , here in Canada as example and abroad to one degree or another. The degree to which it applies in any given nation is related directly to the degree to which the concept of Community and the people has been sacrificed in favor of self interest and the individual.
It my opinion that when choosing a candidate for political office "we the people" have to select the person who is going to do best for the other rather than the self and in particular the poor, the underprivileged the environment and all of those things we as individuals may not benefit from directly even as those "others" might.. "self Interest" is killing us and the world around.
The focus of neoliberalism in the Western Countries has been to take care of that small percentage that already have too much and they in turn would take care of us. We can all see the disaster that strategy has led to. The way forward is to help those at the very bottom rungs of the ladder first and foremost.