That statement about sums it up from Clinton supporter Sarah Silverman who stood at the podium with Sen. Al Franken Monday night. This is after everyone in the country has learned from the wikileaks emails that the DNC hierarchy kneecapping Sanders and his campaign supporters during the nomination process. It belittles the conviction of Bernie supporters and a systemic attitude from the Clinton campaign and the DNC to sweep the floor at the convention of any discourse from many who aren’t just going to fall in line like mindless ants.
If Sanders wins the California Primary shouldn’t the elite democratic party super delegates begin to change allegiance and back Sanders. The party is so split thanks to the contested battle between Obama and Clinton in 2008 that clintonites and the democratic party find themselves in a weaker position than they ever imagined going into the democratic convention and states like Ohio, Florida , Michigan, and North Carolina can’t be won in the general election with Hillary Clinton as the Presidential nominee.
What should have been an easy path to the Democratic nomination has become a long slog to the democratic convention. Voters in Kentucky were split and begs the question does the electorate have confidence in the Clintons.