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Yvonne C. Claes
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What some of us don’t understand is why Bernie or Busters who said they would never, ever, ever, not ever, not even if Jesus told them to, vote for Clinton, have the audacity to be criticizing her for pandering to conservatives instead. You left her no choice. You swore you wouldn’t support her under any circumstance, no matter what she did, and she took you at your word and looked for a different demographic voting bloc to court.

Nobody can fairly refuse to support her, no matter what, and then get pissy when she assumes you’re being honest and decides not to support you in return.

P.S. look at the damn polls and don’t hide behind the “that’s just MSM lies” excuse. She’s going to win. That was a foregone conclusion from the moment that Trump became the Republican nominee. I don’t care what you think or say to the contrary; Bernie wasn’t ever going to be the Dem’s nominee, and we all knew that. The choice was always going to be Clinton, and now it’s going to be between Clinton and Trump, and the polls are very, very clear on this point: Trump is torpedoing his own candidacy.

You might as well just start preparing for a Clinton administration, because that’s what it is going to be.

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