I'll continue to support Bernie, and I'm also working and contributing to support Jill Stein. The political revolution continues; Bernie told us it wouldn't be easy, and, like everything else he has said, it's the truth.
Bernie is setting up new organizations (the Sanders Institute, Brand New Congress, Our Revolution, and more to come) to train, support, and organize progressive candidates for office and to educate Americans about the real issues that we face, and why they need to vote in new people in order to achieve our goals. http://www.bustle.com/articles/175270-what-is-the-sanders-institute-bernie-will-help-keep-the-revolution-going
Jill Stein's choice for V.P., Ajamu Baraka, Is "an internationally recognized leader of the emerging human rights movement in the U.S. who has been at the forefront of efforts to apply the international human rights framework to social justice advocacy in the U.S. for more than 25 years." http://www.ajamubaraka.com/about/
He doesn't yet have a lot of name recognition outside of the human rights community, but as a black man who has been organizing, writing and working for human rights in the U.S., he is a great choice for Jill Stein's campaign. He is a good speaker; here he is, speaking at the forum, "Why Can't America Have Human Rights?" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H6XTF_JG6oY
We don't have to collapse into cynicism and despair, even though the corruption in the Democratic Party leadership is even greater than we had thought. As long as we are resisting the attempts to divide us and tear down our political revolution, we, and Bernie, have power. But as soon as we give in to the calls to succumb to fear and social pressure, our power, and Bernie's, will be gone.