What this all means is Hillary would lose to Trump, no matter how much Bernie tried scaring people into voting for Hillary. The #demexit is very real. If Bernie is not the nominee there is already a move for Democrats to leave the party and go independent, simply because of the voter fraud/racketeering lawsuits and not just because Bernie didn't get the nomination. A Stanford study, two of them now, have concluded that the chance that Hillary actually won a clean election was 1 in 77 billion. The fraud is real. None of this is baseless. The California Secretary of State has already been served, and so has the DNC and Debbie Wasserman-Schultz. More on the latter here.
So that is why they have simply chosen to admit they rigged the primaries.
For many, however, it isn't about Bernie anymore, it is about integrity and the rule of law, and why anyone who stole their vote deserves to get their vote in November. Hopefully, Bernie doesn't take his supporters for idiots... but clearly, the little troll doll motherfucker actually does. Those in California, Arizona, Nevada, Puerto Rico, and New York, and more, all have a very serious, and justified, cause to never vote for Hillary or any Democrat again. They may not vote at all, but a third party is the only rational and ethical choice.
It may be, in a worst case scenario for them, that Trump wins and there is a new wave of Republicans coming in. The objective now is growing a meaningful and powerful third party, and as Bernie supporters say, "It's not about Bernie, it's about us."
It really is now.
Moreover, if Hillary loses her security clearance why would Sanders endorse her? And if it is about beating Trump, and the best chance of doing it is going independent, why would he back Hillary?
We already have proof of election fraud in several states, of DNC collusion with the Clinton campaign and media to rig the elections, which is already a class action lawsuit.
So There's This Little Thing We Call the Voting Rights Act of 1965...
Anyone who would endorse Hillary cannot make any claim to credibility or integrity. We are being asked to choose between a known history of corruption, war mongering, scandal, unaccounatbility and incompetence, and the threat of it. Which is worse? Trump didn't steal our votes, but Hillary clearly did. And it is so obvious, in fact, it has sparked a federal racketeering lawsuit.
Say it was the other way around, and the primaries were rigged for Sanders since 2014 and you put all that sweat, all that money, all that hope, all that phone banking to vote for Hillary when it was all rigged for Sanders? How would you feel? Would any fear of Trump make you want to vote for Sanders after he stole your vote?
Moreover, would Sanders be arrogant enough to believe for one second that this anger would not boil over to him if he endorsed Clinton for her doing this to his own voters?
Again, Sanders will literally have to prove there was no voter fraud, there was no suppression when the DNC has already admitted to it. He has to prove that Hillary is trustworthy, and none of that is going to happen. It's no longer about Berniecrats, it's about justice. It is about civil rights, and how blacks, whites, people of all colors were disenfranchised by the Democrats, and robbed of their votes in 2016.
So why expect Sanders supporters to feel happy, rather than indignant, about being shamed into voting for Hillary? You can't shame someone into liking you. That is the unspoken but palpable sentiment among voters today. You may not see it in phony psyop polls excreted by her campaign that are designed to prove an unwavering or even growing support for Hillary, but it will be very, very obvious on election day. Above everything else, it is is the election fraud, not a hatred for Hillary, that will change everything. Voters in the Democratic party now know their vote means nothing, and they are the ones that plan to leave in the #demexit or not vote at all.
The Republicans will not allow the Democrats to rig the presidential election, anymore then the Democrats allowed it in 2012 when Karl Rove tried to rig the election in Ohio with electronic, vote-flipping patches. Why would they? They can control the Executive Branch now, thanks to Hillary, and dispense with any deals they cut with her earlier.
So say it was the other way around, and the primaries were rigged for Sanders since 2014 and you put all that sweat, all that money, all that hope, all that phone banking to vote for Hillary when it was all rigged for Sanders? How would you feel?
What would Bernie tell the people of California, for example, where there is self-evident proof of voter suppression, acknowledged even by Sanders when AP falsely announced Hillary's win on June 6, the day before the California primary; done so that people would think it was pointless to go to the polls the next day because Clinton had already won? Will Bernie say "Trust Hillary, who cares if she stole your votes, Trump is a scary, big, bad bigot man! She is our best chance to have a progressive government because we can trust Hillary! Hillary never lies, even when she lies! She is the best chance to stop Trump! He is a bad, bad scary man and you should be afraid!"
"She is our best chance for peace! Her foreign policy is peerless, she destabilized Libya and, against pentagon advice, had Gaddafi assassinated which then created a breeding ground for ISIS. She tried to start a war with Russia with the regime change in the Ukraine, and promoted wars that are supposed to be endless so she can arm both sides, enriching herself and defense contractors backing her like Raytheon or Lockheed-Martin, so she could then launder those profits through the Clinton Foundation. She is a dove and loves peace because, I, Bernie, have spoken and said so."
Should we trust a pathological liar to honor non-binding promises?
DNC Genius: "Let's shame people into liking her!"
If the message of Sanders is to vote for Hillary for fear of Trump, Sanders is now a fear monger, has lost his legacy as the people's advocate, and he deserves Clinton's fate. Unfortunately, that fate is certain, and it is not a pleasant one, judging from what just happened in the "clearing" of her name. The FBI Director was forced to testify, and now the Attorney General herself has to testify, reminding us all that one way or another, no one will be above the law. After all, Hillary's best case scenario in this imbroglio, not getting indicted, actually created two new scandals and investigations, not to mention that surrounding the Clinton Foundation: again, a perjury investigation by the FBI, and a re-opening of the State Department's investigation in Hillary's handling of classified materials.
In a way, this in and of itself has proven to be the worst case scenario for Hillary. There is nothing Bernie can say to redeem her without losing his credibility, legacy, and honor. She embodies everything he devoted his life to fighting. There is absolutely nothing he can say.
Bernie's strategic silence on the voter fraud, the Guccifer 2.0 hacks proving DNC and Clinton primary rigging, the federal racketeering lawsuit regarding that fraud, all of that boggles the mind. Those voting rights, for which so many bravely died, that should be the focus rather than pretending our trust in the DNC or a bloodline political stooge like Hillary is warranted just because Bernie says so.
Had this been any other year, we get it, you endorse your opponent after the primaries. But this year was no ordinary year, and this time the very people who struck us down, and cheated us in polling booths from Puerto Rico to California want our vote. Think hard about that Bernie: what would you give them? A promotion to Commander in Chief? Is that how you roll?
If that is the case, kindly roll away from the national stage, we never knew you.