Clinton Loses Vote In Michigan, Leaves With More Delegates

It was a stunning loss by a razor-thin margin, but it wasn’t really a loss at all. Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton was expected to win the Michigan primary, but came up 1.5 percent short, losing to Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders Tuesday night 49.8 percent to 48.3 percent.

No. That’s not crooked at all.

  • dance…dancetotheradio

    She’s no Geraldine Ferraro.

  • Dana Garcia

    Some Democrat votes are more important than others.

  • Brett_McS

    With that system ¡Jeb! would be the Republican candidate and all this unpleasantness would have been avoided!

  • kkruger71

    Wonder if she gets the nomination if all the leftists will protest her, say her term is illegitimate, and vote Republican since she “stole the nomination (election)”. Nahhh, that would require some level of consistency on their part.

  • BillyHW

    Wouldn’t it be wonderful if Bernie has more elected delegates but Hillary still wins because of the superdelegates? Just watch the Democratic party implode then. It’ll be fun to watch. Please Lord.

    • Norman_In_New_York

      It might make Chicago 1968 look like a picnic.

  • Question for my Yank brothers (or sisters) out there: I know the Republicans don’t have “super-delegates” like the Dems, but if Rep candidates decide to gang up on Trump and thrown in with Cruz for example, do they take their delegates with them? In other words would Cruz automatically get Rubio’s accumulated delegates if Rubio decided to back Cruz?

    Canuck learning the Yank system.

  • Hard Little Machine

    I’ll give Bernie this – he’s been remarkably cooperative with this charade, this fake theater that was determined years ago. He could win twice as many votes as her and he’d still lose. The DNC let’s him pop off about this and that and it will be his swan song. It was never going to be anything else and he and everyone else always knew it.

  • mauser 98

    meanwhile the GOP rips its guts out trying to stop Trump
    GOP been Obama slaves for past 7 years