Say whatever about him, but Bernie Sanders certainly seems to have a much more righteous nobility in his soul than most of the other 2016 candidates from any party, and certainly viewers watching at home Monday night witnessed the free-flowing, unashamed tears from many of his supporters as they understood only all too well the malevolent charade of the Democratic National Committee partisan pirates who likely became frantic when they observed how much more beloved Sanders was compared to their own hand-picked candidate, Hillary Clinton.
"I understand that many people here in this convention hall and around the country are disappointed about the final results of the nominating process. I think it's fair to say that no one is more disappointed than I am."For readers missing out on some of the WikiLeaks DNC revelations of the conspiracy against Sanders, please see an initial revelation of the issue in a previous story here.
Stirring the political pot
"It really is a topic that goes to the heart and soul of why people are so frustrated and angry at Washington, which is this perception that politicians go in with relatively modest means and they come out fabulously wealthy," the author is quoted by Elizabeth Harrington last May in her story for the Free Beacon.
"And the Clinton's have done that, there's no logical explanation other than that they have monetized public service in a massive way."http://www.inquisitr.com/3347328/clinton-cash-expose-they-have-monetized-public-service-in-a-massive-way-says-writer-peter-schweizer/
Sanders: 'a political revolution'
"Together, my friends, we have begun a political revolution to transform America and that revolution – our revolution – continues," Senator Sanders told the crowd of loyal men and women," according to the Bay News 9 online transcript for the Monday night speech he gave troubled fans and the rest of the 2016 conventioneers.
But Sanders had more to say in his brief good-bye to his truest fans. "Election days come and go. But the struggle of the people to create a government which represents all of us and not just the 1 percent – a government based on the principles of economic, social, racial and environmental justice – that struggle continues. And I look forward to being part of that struggle with you."
Further along in the heartbreaking speech, Sanders admitted he and Clinton "...disagree on a number of issues." As many in the crowd perhaps wished that he would fight for those of them who also disagreed, the political warrior seemed to have no more fight in him.
"It is no secret that Hillary Clinton and I disagree on a number of issues. That's what this campaign has been about. That's what democracy is about. But I am happy to tell you that at the Democratic Platform Committee there was a significant coming together between the two campaigns and we produced, by far, the most progressive platform in the history of the Democratic Party. "Jaded DNC pirates
Perhaps that is the best Sanders could do, in leveraging more of the systemic change which he was fighting for, out of those jaded DNC pirates who had spent so much time and wasted so much energy in trying to besmirch his reputation and his insurgent campaign over the many, long months against their pre-ordained and favored candidate, Clinton.
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