Was the Democratic Primary rigged? Still, no. Regardless of how much you say it. I was pretty clear in my post yesterday about how I feel about it. But to be clearer: I think the DNC acted inappropriately through a number of issues including e-mailing sensitive information. Does it rise to the level of rigging the primary? No. Hillary’s victory in the primaries was pretty unequivocal. For instance, Michigan and Florida’s delegation actually counted in this primary. As opposed to 2008.
Enough about the e-mails. This happened last night:
In other news, Bernie Sanders gave a full throated endorsement of Hillary Clinton.
Let me be as clear as I can be. This election is not about, and has never been about, Hillary Clinton, or Donald Trump, or Bernie Sanders or any of the other candidates who sought the presidency. This election is not about political gossip. It’s not about polls. It’s not about campaign strategy. It’s not about fundraising. It’s not about all the things the media spends so much time discussing.
This election is about – and must be about – the needs of the American people and the kind of future we create for our children and grandchildren…
By these measures, any objective observer will conclude that – based on her ideas and her leadership – Hillary Clinton must become the next president of the United States. The choice is not even close.
Bernie talked about policies that he supported that Hillary also supports. It was a great endorsement.
John McCain is busy mavericking his way to linking his challenger to Hillary Clinton’s challenges.
Jim Gray is trailing Rand Paul in fundraising.