It’s Time for Bernie Sanders to Apologize to his Supporters, and to President Obama
Sasha Stone

Perhaps the problem was all the obvious election rigging that occurred in the primary. I came away feeling that Bernie Sanders was the rightful nominee who had been cheated out of it by machinations of the DNC colluding with HRC’s staff. I did not feel she had fairly won, or that she had actually won. Not only did I not vote for HRC in the general, I left the Democratic Party after being a registered Democrat who voted in every election for over 40 years. If you want blame to pin on somebody, give the DNC and their machinations 95% of it, because I would have voted for HRC IF I had not felt that I’d be rewarding people for doing the wrong thing. Not that it would have mattered in my state — HRC lost FL by a wide margin. No one can convince me that the Johnson supporters would have voted for her if Johnson had not been a choice. In my county, there are more registered Liberatrians than Democrats and my #DemExit made it 1 fewer.

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