No Bernie don’t step aside: most of the Democratic party leadership are supporting Hillary Clinton to continue to raise millions of dollars for the Democratic party and continue with the same old politics that hasn’t proved to support nor improve people’s lives here in the United States. That’s the bottom line.
Bernie has said “Frankly, what the Democratic Party is about is running around to rich people’s homes and raising obscene sums of money from wealthy people. What we need to do is to say to working-class people – we are on your side.” (Congress Dialing for Dollars 4 hours a day by Natalie Keshing).
Bernie Sanders has promised the people he will stay in the race through the Democratic convention and he very well should because the super delegates might have to change their opinion and support Bernie Sanders clenching the Democratic nomination for the Presidency.
It is time that the Democratic party and Democratic Congress start supporting Bernie Sanders to win this Presidential election. Poll after poll indicates Hillary Clinton cannot beat Donald Trump. Through various polls and news network stations it has been determined that ONLY Bernie Sanders has the real chance to win for President against Donald Trump.
In this election’s chess game Donald Trump wants to win and he knows that he can beat Hillary Clinton. He also knows that going up against Bernie Sanders he might very well lose the election. There is no greater reason than NOW that the Democratic party immediately start to support Bernie Sanders. Sanders told ABC’s “This week” program that Americans should not have have to choose between “the lesser of two evils” in the November 8th election. Most of the American people feel that they are between a rock and a hard place. Helplessness In Election 2016 by Natalie Keshing
Debbie Wasserman Schultz as the Democratic National Convention chairwoman is supporting Hillary Clinton and wants to maintain her position. Bernie Sanders has endorsed law professor Tim Canova, who is challenging the Florida congresswoman in the August Democratic primary. We must understand where everyone is standing and engaged in this election’s chess game.
We must fully understand that anyone running for President who is rich and has raised all their campaign money from Wall Street, rich large companies, and superPAC’s has only the interest of these campaign supporters. Hillary Clinton swallowed hard to promise a $12.00 minimum wage while Bernie Sanders has emphatically said he will increase the minimum wage to $15.00 an hour.