These morons just realized the monster they’ve created is killing the hopes of the hapless Hillary Clinton and realize it’s time to take our their socialist dreamdate.
Bernie Sanders is suddenly facing a barrage of criticism from liberal commentators.
As the fallout from last weekend’s Nevada Democratic convention spreads, sharply critical pieces about the White House hopeful and his campaign have appeared in progressive outlets such as Mother Jones, Talking Points Memo and Daily Kos within the past 48 hours.
That’s a regular Who’s Who of the far left, the ultra left and the insane left turning on crazy Bernie. Pass the popcorn.
The Sanders campaign has also taken hits from progressive CNN contributor Sally Kohn, who endorsed the Vermont senator from the stage at a massive rally in New York City just before the Empire State’s April primary.
Kohn wrote an article published Wednesday for Time magazine that was headlined, “I felt the Bern but the Bros are extinguishing the flames.”
Oh no, not Sally Kohn, an unstable crackpot who actually believed Mike Brown put his hands up before being put down in Ferguson. Gee, when you’ve lost thought leader Sally Kohn, you’re really in trouble.
The fact that the criticism is coming from left-leaning sources makes it more difficult for Sanders supporters to rebut it.
Meanwhile, Democrats outside Sanders’s orbit argue the jabs show that even influential writers on the left — who tend to take more progressive positions than Democratic leaders in Washington — are concluding that the senator is hurting the party.
“Progressive thought-leaders were early validators for Bernie Sanders’s candidacy, helping him define himself as a credible candidate for president,” said Democratic strategist Evan Stavisky.
“However, as it becomes clear to anyone who can do basic math that Hillary Clinton is going to be the Democratic nominee … people who live in the real world see that the time has come for Bernie Sanders to say he did the best he could. Ultimately the math simply isn’t there for it to be viable.”
Speaking of basic math, Grandma Clinton is now trailing Donald Trump in a new Fox News poll.
Donald Trump edges out Hillary Clinton by 3 percentage points in a hypothetical general election match-up, according to a new Fox News poll.
Trump has 45 percent support, while Clinton trails with 42, putting just within the poll’s margin of error.
Clinton rival Bernie Sanders, meanwhile, leads Trump 46 to 42, according to the same poll.
The presumptive GOP nominee is buoyed by his support among whites, leading Clinton 55 to 31 percent. That margin grows among whites without a college degree, 61 percent of whom favor Trump, while just 24 percent back Clinton.
That tells you what an awful candidate the Democrats are stuck with. No wonder they’re tearing each other apart.