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Shows Clinton in Free Fall
Bernie Sanders continues to wallop Trump in hypothetical general election match-ups, a fact that is blacked-out by corporate media, (RealClearPolitics).
For example, the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll shows Sanders destroying Trump in a head-to-head race, 50 to 39 percent, (RealClearPolitics).
Voters for Bernie Sanders have denied Hillary Clinton's campaign to amass enough pledged/won delegates to secure the Democratic Party's nomination for the presidency.
So, Clinton has been forced to Plan B: Superdelegates—Democratic Party politicians and myriad insiders who pledged their fealty to Clinton last year in self-serving attempts to move up in the Party hierarchy.
Superdelegates don't vote until the Convention and are not bound to vote for any candidate.
A rigged primary system for Clinton includes the DNC front-loading the Democratic Party's primary calendar in an failed attempt to lock up the nomination for Clinton before the late July Convention.
Meanwhile, corporate media such as ABC News, Washington Post, MSNBC and CNN for example, disingenuously present the findings of their own polls as demonstrating Clinton has already won the nomination.
Clinton has failed to garner the necessary total of bound delegates.
"Never in the history of the Post-ABC poll have the two major party nominees been viewed as harshly as Clinton and Trump," write Dan Balz and Scott Clement in the Washington Post.
The facts that Clinton is not the nominee, and cannot obtain the necessary bound delegates to guarantee a win before the nomination do not deter the factually incorrect, biased and slanted statement that Clinton is a "party nominee."
Sanders and progressive Tim Canova
Sanders is calling for a political revolution and growing number of his supporters reject Clinton in the general election.
Democratic National Committee (DNC) Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz maintains her loyalty to Hillary Clinton.
Sanders has endorsed Schultz' primary opponent, the progressive Tim Canova, against Rep. Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla).
Writes Sanders in email this morning:
So let me introduce you to Tim Canova, a progressive challenger who is running against Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz in a Democratic primary in Florida this year.
Tim endorsed Bernie’s presidential campaign, and was inspired to run because of Wasserman Schultz’ support of the Trans-Pacific Partnership. His campaign is funded like ours, by lots of people giving small amounts of money.
And on issues like taking on Wall Street, making tuition free at public colleges, and reforming our broken campaign finance system, he is someone you can be proud to support. That's why Bernie is endorsing Tim's campaign ... .
This weekend Sander repeated his call to include the votes of all remaining state primaries and caucuses in consideration of whom the Democratic Party selects as its nominee for the presidency.
Sanders called for voters to ensure the general election is not a lesser-of-two-evils race, rather a clear choice between a progressive and the presumptive Republican nominee, Donald Trump.