|Bernie Sanders is out. Although he is still a contender in the race, the junk food media is done with him.|
Bernie Sanders is done. Although he's still a candidate for president his coverage by the junk food media is waning down. It has been a bitter Democratic primary. Republicans were hoping Sanders would beat Clinton forcing a contested convention in Philadelphia.
Sanders said that he will continue on to Philadelphia and voice anger at the Democratic Party's chairwoman Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) and the super delegates. His campaign claims the party rigged the system for Hillary Clinton.
Many in the junk food media believe the fault solely lies on Sanders, not Clinton.
You remember "We don't give a damn about your emails!"
That killed him. It shows that he wasn't willing to fight.
Sanders was tempted by his supporters to go after her with the emails and Benghazi. The Republican talking points were about Bill Clinton's affairs and The Clinton Foundation taking donations from hostile nations.
He was too nice. He was inconsistent. He was too old.
His loss in the final primary should be enough to say, "It's time to get out."
Hillary Clinton won the District of Columbia Democratic primary and sealed the deal with a blowout win in California.
Yesterday Sanders delivered a message to his supporters asking them to stay focused on defeating the Republican Donald Trump.
The livesteam was carried briefly on some cable news channels but it was largely ignored because he wasn't conceding from the race.
Like with failed presidential candidates Sens. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Lindsey Graham (R-SC) with Donald Trump, Sanders holds off endorsing Clinton.
What happens next?
Will his supporters rally behind Clinton?