Regardless of Sanders’ own plea to his supporters to vote for Clinton they refused in significant numbers to transfer their allegiance. They did this, as Michael Moore inadvertently predicted in TrumpLand
How amusing it is to see the dregs of the lunatic left out smashing up their streets when not much more than half of them even bothered to vote. Now they will learn just how fragile democracy is.
Listening to Bernie Sanders we get the impression that we are all middle class now. The mere fact of having a regular income and owning a home makes one a bona fide member of the Middle, but this is a far cry from any real definition of our socio-economic class system.
By demanding a fairer deal for Scotland we’re terrifying them, just as Bernie Sanders and DeRay Mckesson have sent the wind up the US establishment. Social justice is like kryptonite to supermen capitalists.
Francis knows that loyalty does not always mean blind obedience; sometimes loyalty, like Sanders’ loyalty to the American people, means taking a courageous stand against the prevailing tide.
Even if this snow-headed charismatic character from Vermont wins the presidential nomination – if he is allowed to win it that is – we have our doubts he will be allowed to win the White House, and this isn’t ‘crazy talk’ either.
Unless there is some drastic shift in Democratic voting over the next couple of states the most likely presidential showdown will be between Hilary and Trump, which will give Trump some clear advantages on the road to the White House.