Opinion| Don’t look now but it is being reported that Bernie is about to get screwed by the authoritarian Democrat power structure, yet again.

After last year’s rail roading by the DNC in favor of Hillary Clinton’s failed Presidential bid, the ‘Bernie Bros’ are going to flip their ****.

You do not have to take my word for it, just listen to the words of Bernie’s staff:

https://twitter.com/RyanAFournier/status/1233496804630704135

The Gateway Pundit is reporting that:

 

‘Superdelegates for the party are going so far to say that they’ll use their power to block him.’

The Independent reports:

DNC superdelegates warn they will block Bernie Sanders at convention and spark civil war within party

Senator Bernie Sanders’ issues with the Democratic establishment may continue past the nominating races and into the Democratic National Convention, according to a new report.

If Mr Sanders arrives at the convention with any less than a majority of delegates pledged to him, he may find himself with a wave of superdelegates voting against his nomination.

The New York Times reported Thursday that in interviews with 93 superdelegates, only nine said that Mr Sanders arriving at the convention with a plurality was reason enough to support him as nominee.

In the event that Mr Sanders does only win a plurality of pledged delegates, there could be a brokered convention and subsequent fight to choose a nominee.

The Times report was “based on interviews with the 93 superdelegates, out of 771 total, as well as party strategists and aides to senior Democrats about the thinking of party leaders.”

If the Twitter is any indication, the Bernie supports are going to flip the heck out:

https://twitter.com/ProudResister/status/1233072778531627010

https://twitter.com/BillCorbett/status/1233076734020521984

Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you, the modern Democrat Party.

Mark Siidney

Father, Husband, Son. Mark is just a regular guy from a blue color family who writes opinion articles. Mark has Economics & Political Science degrees from Rutgers University.

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