In his speech yesterday endorsing Hillary Clinton as the Democratic Presidential candidate, Bernie included a crucial phrase:
"when the roll call at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia is announced it will show that we won almost 1,900 delegates."
The following was posted on Facebook:
L eslie Lash White"-Bernie Sanders: Advice and Strategies on HOW TO WIN Yes, he had to "endorse" but he did not concede - he WILL demand a roll call of his delegates at the convention. That's not what someone who's conceding does.
She said that Bernie held a conference call with his pledged delegates after his speech, to instruct them to vote for him when the roll is called. In contrast, Hillary suspended the roll call vote at the 2008 convention, and conceded her delegates to Obama.
On the same facebook page, Alex Klenski explains that "according to DNC rules, a candidate with an active campaign is not allowed to deny an endorsement of another campaign. Doing so would result in forfeiture of said candidate's superdelegate status, and the loss of access to the convention floor stage. Bernie's just playing their game."
It's worth noting that Sanders was the roll call amendment king while serving in the House of Representatives from 1995 to 2007, passing more roll call amendments in a hostile Republican Congress than any other representative. He is a consummate strategist.
Bernie could still win if enough superdelegates switch sides. You can write to them easily. A link to Clinton superdelegates, given by state, is http://www.lobbydelegates.com/delegates.php
You could point out that Hillary is only winning because of voter fraud, especially in California, NY and Arizona. A study by Stanford students revealed widespread primary election fraud favoring Hillary Clinton, in multiple states. http://yournewswire.com/stanford-university-confirm-democratic-election-fraud/
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