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"Hillary could lose every single contest by a landslide and still be the nominee"

Bernie Sanders has a problem.

Remember those superdelegates, the Democratic Party leaders and elected officials who can vote for the candidate of their choice? The ones Sanders' supporters have been complaining about for months? It turns out, to have a shot at beating out Hillary Clinton for the Democratic nomination for president, he needs them.

A lot of them.

He needs the ones who remain uncommitted, as well as more than 200 of those who have already publicly endorsed Clinton. Mathematically, Sanders cannot win the nomination without that support.

On Saturday, Sanders netted more than two dozen delegates over Clinton in Washington state after the party released vote data broken down by congressional district.

But his math remains dire.

Clinton won the Guam caucus on Saturday and now needs just 17 percent of the delegates at stake in upcoming contests to clinch the nomination. That means she could lose every single contest by a landslide and still be the nominee if all of her superdelegates continue to support her

The rest: http://talkingpointsmemo.com/news/sanders-superdelegates-race-clinton?utm_content=buffer6dd24&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer

Oh, the irony of Bernie's only chance of winning is to flip over 200 superdelegates + all remaining uncommitted.


Hillary is now only 164 delegates away from clinching nomination.

Of course superdelegates count, just ask the guy who is trying to flip them.

Hillary's ARMY OF TROLLZ offering FREE HUGS to crying kids!!!


Are there any Hillary fans upset that Hillary didnt spend $$$ in Indiana?

Being the race was so close, she probably couldve eeked out a win if she dumped money into GOTV drives and tv/radio ads. Or is everyone ok with saving the cash and not contesting this race?

Elizabeth Warren says Donald Trump’s ‘woman’s card’ comment is a sign of ‘what weak men do’

Elizabeth Warren says that Donald Trump’s recent remarks about Hillary Clinton are a sign that he feels threatened by the Democratic candidate’s presidential qualifications.

“That’s what weak men do,” said the Massachusetts senator, who despite not endorsing a Democratic presidential candidate came to bat for Clinton in an interview Thursday with The Boston Globe.

“It is an old story,” she said, “and I don’t think the American voters will fall for it.”

the rest: https://www.boston.com/news/politics/2016/04/28/elizabeth-warren-reignites-feud-donald-trump-says-woman-card-comment-sign-weak-men

Its happening. Clinton/Warren 2016

(How much is Brock paying her?)

Why would Bernie fire low level staffers making $15/hr....

Instead of telling Tad Devine to take a pay cut less than the $830k/month he currently makes?

Former staffers said they were pissed because they were told they would be employed through June.

And its not just Tad, he had an army of consultants, ad agencies, and advisers that he spent almost $100 million on; more than 2x what Hillary has spent.

Even in his own campaign he couldnt stop all the money from going to the top 1%?

FULL AUTOPSY statement on Bernie Data Breach

Didnt he only fire 1 out of 4 staffers? And...

Can. You. Imagine. The. Freakout. If. This. Were. Hillary?

Election 2016 Latino Decisions Poll

In 2012, Obama won Latinos 71-27, Hillz is doing even better!

11% for Trump. 11%!

Hillary vs. Trump Election Projection

Btw, recent polls show Hillary beating Trump in Georgia, Arizona, and tied in Mississippi. MISSISSIPPI!
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