by Tyler Durden on 05/20/2016
While Donald Trump’s run through the competition on his way to the presidential nomination was swift (as was his complete dismantling of the GOP establishment), Hillary Clinton hasn’t fared as well in her quest for the Democratic nomination.
Bernie Sanders is giving Hillary fits, and she doesn’t like it one bit that the Vermont Senator won’t stop delivering his message until the final bell rings. Sanders has made it a point to do as much as he can to enact change in America, and it’s obvious that Bernie will indeed fight until the very last primary, despite Clinton and her comrades constantly whining about it.
“This is the worst case scenario, and the one people feared the most. Unfortunately he’s choosing the path of burning down the house. He continues with character attacks against Hillary. He continues with calling the Democratic party corrupt, and he not only risks damaging Hillary Clinton and the Democratic party but he’s currently donig it.” said a Clinton ally according to The Hill.
Clinton has the Democrat establishment so riled up, that prominent Senator Barbara Boxer had an epic meltdown in Nevada recently when Sanders’ supporters chastised her while on stage.
In an interview on CNN, Clinton said “I will be the nominee for my party Chris, that is already done. There is no way that I won’t be.”
While it may be a done deal, the Sanders camp simply will not relent.
“In the past three weeks voters in Indiana, West Virginia and Oregon respectfully disagreed with Secretary Clinton. We expect voters in the remaining eight contests also will disagree. With almost every national and state poll showing Sen. Sanders doing much, much better than Secretary Clinton against Donald Trump, it is clear that millions of Americans have growing doubts about the Clinton campaign.” said Sanders’ campaign spokesman Michael Briggs said in a statement.
While there is one way that Clinton won’t be the nominee, we do suspect that in the end Hillary will be facing off against Donald in the Fall. Watching the complete implosion of both the GOP and Democratic establishment has been worth the time.