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originally posted by: ntech
Bernie still has an outside shot at the nomination. That being the FBI probe into her email scandal actually produces charges before the convention. Then the question would be will the Democrats put a potential felon up for the presidency? Assuming that she presses on to the convention floor. And if she does would the superdelegates defect? Would she lose the convention if it goes to a 2nd or 3rd round of voting?
I would say Bernie should do his best in the remaining primaries and hope lightning strikes. Though what would the Democrats do if she is charged after the convention?
Mmmm goodwill donations..talk to me when you've volunteered at soup kitchens and shelters, since you seem to want to compare generosity for some reason..
As a grassroots organizer in South Carolina, all I can say is that what Nico saw in North Carolina, we saw similar things in South Carolina. We were being sabotaged on a regular basis. And not just grassroots either. The "Official" campaign here has replaced the staff in their field offices 4 times each. Except Aiken, for some reason that staff only got replaced 3 times.
We would get sent out to knock on doors of "Confirmed" Bernie supporters and find that they were either (1) ardent Hillary supporters or (2) had moved away a year ago. I'm telling you, we were definitely sabotaged.
I think Bernie is missing a great opportunity to set up a real working Socialist model. But I guess that takes real money
Those people decided already. They decided before the primaries began. Bernie hopes they will change their minds.