Hillary Clinton has become the presumptive Democratic nominee for president, according to a ABC News estimate of delegates — but Bernie Sanders is still holding out hope.The Vermont senator’s chances have dwindled from slim to virtually none over the course of the last several weeks. But recent report shows that Bernie still has a chance.The British newspaper The Independent backs Schoen’s analysis. “If Mr. Sanders were to win in California, it would seriously call into question Ms. Clinton’s candidacy in the general election and could result in a number of superdelegates — distinguished party leaders and elected officials who are free to support any candidate for the presidential nomination — withdrawing their support,” the paper opined.About three weeks after the California primaries on June 27, California Bernie Sanders supporters got a rush of hope when it was announced that Bernie “officially” beat Hillary Clinton, Inquisitr reported.Maybe FBI didn’t indict her but many voters feel that she isn’t the real candidate for president so there is a big chance that many delegates will change their mind about Hillary on July 25 or risk losing to Trump in November!From the reports and facts that you can see bellow we believe that Bernie can win the nomination!
On June 27, a “Feel the Bern” YouTube account published a video titled “L.A. and S.F. counties officially flipped — Sanders wins both!”
Superdelegates may be for Clinton right now, but “they don’t vote until they’re on the floor of the Democratic convention.”
Bernie Sanders says he will campaign to win over superdelegates, despite their verdict against him on , then hopes to eliminate them in future elections. The struggle continues, however, for the Vermont Senator, who has decided to stay in the race.Secretary Clinton has won 2,220 pledged delegates, compared to Sanders’ 1,831, resulting in a pledged delegate differential of 389. This leaves the Secretary 142 delegates short of the official nominating number of 2,382. She will not cross that threshold until the remaining 712 delegates — often labeled “superdelegates” — cast their vote in July.But she has already lose some of the superdelegates as we can see from our recent reports (Super-Delegates Flips Sides As Bernie Sanders Is Heading For Victory).
One of the reasons why the superdelegates change their mind might be because California flipped!The media, however, doesn’t want you to know that Bernie Sanders is still in the race. And so, based on that flimsiest of measures – an opinion survey of superdelegates who are allowed to change their mind at any point before July’s DNC – they’ve called the Democratic race for Clinton.Every Bernie supporter need to know that patience is the key and Bernie can win it has happen before!
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