‘A capacity to move voters’: can California be Sanders’ golden state?

After Hillary Clinton won the New York Democratic primary in April, her surrogates began relaying the message: game over, Bernie Sanders. Time to go home. It is mathematically impossible to win the nomination.

Technically, they were right. The rivals may be separated by only 270 pledged delegates, a large but not insurmountable gap, but that figure does not take into account the superdelegates who do not owe allegiance to any vote and almost all of whom – 571 – are already pledged to Clinton.

Nobody appears to have told Sanders.

I have a feeling were gonna see a very crazy, very violent Democratic convention this year, especially if Bernie loses to the Super Delegates.

  • The Butterfly

    Has California not learned the lessons of Berniezuela?

  • Raymond Hietapakka

    PuffHo published this, then tried to send it down the Orwell Memory Hole…https://archive.is/bERJ6

    • Yea, I saw that, be nice if she was indicted.

    • Norman_In_New_York

      She gains nothing if she remains unindicted. You won’t have to be a rocket scientist to conclude that the fix is in.