History was made on day two of the Democratic National Convention. Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton became the first woman ever to represent a national party's presidential ticket.
She became a historical feat. The Democratic Party is willing to take on policies Republicans often scare voters with.
Bernie Sanders officially ends his bid for president. He went forth to embrace the Clinton campaign by saying he will pledge his delegates to her and help her win the election.
The night went to Bill Clinton who best described his wife, the former first lady and former secretary of state. The 42nd President of the United States was the most successful and deeply controversial of the modern day presidents. While he didn't lead us into a costly war, a near recession and a deeply partisan environment, Bill Clinton had his misfortunes in women. He was allegedly having numerous affairs on Hillary Clinton.
She shown strength by standing by Bill despite her angry towards him for the affairs.
Bill delivered a 45 minute speech with standing ovation and boos from the Bernie Bros.
As Clinton became the nominee, Bernie Sanders supporters stormed out the convention floor.
The FBI is investigating the Wikileaks email bombshell. The emails forced Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz to step down. Julian Assange who is currently held up in an embassy is facing charges in numerous countries said that he wants to damage Hillary Clinton's chances.
Democrats gave support to the mothers of #BlackLivesMatter. The mothers of Trayvon Martin, Sandra Bland, Jordan Davis, Eric Garner and Michael Brown gave a compassionate speech about their lost family members. They gave praise to Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders for giving them a message.
The winners of the day was of course Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton and the mothers of a movement (#BlackLivesMatter).
Terry McAuliffe, the controversial governor of Virginia and former DNC chairman himself got booed and hissed when he threw his support for the Trans Pacific Trade Agreement.
Actresses Lena Dunham, America Ferrera, Meryl Streep and Elizabeth Banks threw their support to Hillary Clinton. Pop singer/actress Alicia Keys closed out the event with a plea for unity.
The Democratic Convention pledges for a stronger progressive agenda. That agenda will be exploited by Donald Trump, Softball Hannity, internet creeper Matt Drudge and old fart Rush Limbaugh.
America Ferrera and Lena Durham