Bernie actually has more votes than Hillary but in the general election. These are not just democrats though. Sigh. Independents and even conservatives etc.
Now that Bernie seems less likely to win, NPR is suddenly talking all about Bernie. After months of ignoring Bernie's popularity and big crowds, after barely mentioning him and pushing Hillary's electability etc suddenly NPR has noticed Bernie. I heard a long piece explaining why Bernie just doesn't have enough delegates and why his political revolution won't blah blah blah!
Of course Wasserman is correct but there is also something else... Something not being spoken about as the rigged game proceeds, is that what happens if Hillary gets hit with an indictment? Do we then end up with a Trump or Cruz?Looks like Trump at this present moment.
Moreover the media keeps talking about how Trump is shattering the Republican Party because the status quo Repubs don't want Trump but repub voters do. How come the same thing doesn't apply with the democrats? The media never frames Bernie's popularity with the voters like they do Trump's?
Bernie has earned great honors for being Bernie which has brought many issues into the mix when nobody else could have gotten them discussed except Bernie and his long hoistory of ethics... But we need Bernie to be elected to see them enacted.
The democrats rigged game (helped by the media) has perhaps thrown away America's democracy if Trump wins. The rigged game is pretending that that potential for an indictment doesn't exist. They never mention it because that would reflect on Hillary's electability big time. So they gamble with our democracy as if electing Hillary were more important than anything else.
All or nothing? What they really meant is >>> All their way or nothing!
They would risk democracy into the face of fascism by rigging the game for the candidate they want instead of the one that the voters want.
But Hillary is dirty in the sense she could be indicted. That's a lousy bet to gamble all on if you ask me.
If Hillary is nominated... We may see that indictment show up. The republicans are far more afraid that the voters would vote for Bernie so they won't push for an indictment until Bernie is no longer a threat to them.