Bernie didn't give us the finger. He spent 15 months working his heart out to wake up the people in this country. If he had run as a third party candidate, he would have gotten NO media attention, as opposed to the comparatively small amount of media coverage he did get. Thanks to Bernie, millions of people now realize not only that single-payer healthcare, free college, and a strong social safety net are not a utopian dream; they are facts of life in other industrialized countries. And millions have learned also that the Democratic Party leadership is guilty of election fraud and corruption on a massive scale, all in favor of nominating a woman famous for lying, promoting war, influence peddling, and demonstrating poor judgment.
Bernie has not conceded, and is still in the race. Clinton does not have the 2383 pledged delegates she would need to secure the nomination, so the superdelegates will decide. If they nominate Clinton, Trump will win in November.
Can the superdelegates wake up? Doubtful. But the rest of us aren't going back to sleep, and more people are waking up every day. Yesterday, the Huffington Post published one of the best articles yet about why so many of us won't vote for Clinton: "The Deeper Reason Many Intelligent Progressives and Independents Will Not Support Hillary Clinton," and then pulled the article down within hours, thus ensuring its popularity as it is shared through social media. You can read it here: https://medium.com/@tonybrasunas/the-deeper-reason-independents-and-progressives-will-not-support-hillary-clinton-db79a10b23c7#.qcrzgnm68