He can't refuse to endorse her at this stage, or he will be pushed out of further activities. That is not proof he will stand by her after the convention ends.
Yeah, I guess there's really no telling what he'll do.
Seems such an honorable upstanding man would be easier to predict.
Insulting the man because of what I wrote is real smart.
Well since all the outward trappings of why he has been waiting are taken care of, I'm still curious about how he does it. IMO a lukewarm, reluctant tone when endorsing would say something about this man's character. Here's hoping he can big it up a bit.
"I have come here to make it as clear as possible why I am endorsing Hillary Clinton and why she must become our next president.”
When it came to most issues at the Democratic debate in Flint Sunday night, Bernie Sanders was his usual crusty, confident self. But when CNN’s Don Lemon asked a seemingly innocuous question—“What racial blind spot do you have?”—the senator from lily-white Vermont stumbled, reaching for an ancient bromide from his long-ago Brooklyn childhood. "When you're white, you don't know what it's like to be living in a ghetto, you don't know what it's like to be poor," Sanders said.
Quote:“What racial blind spot do you have?”
Secretary Clinton has won the Democratic nominating process, and I congratulate her for that. She will be the Democratic nominee for president and I intend to do everything I can to make certain she will be the next president of the United States.
I have come here today not to talk about the past but to focus on the future. That future will be shaped more by what happens on November 8 in voting booths across our nation than by any other event in the world. I have come here to make it as clear as possible as to why I am endorsing Hillary Clinton and why she must become our next president.
So, next question, what will the Bernie-or-busters do?
All of these progressive policies were at the heart of our campaign. The truth is our movement is responsible for the most progressive Democratic platform in the history of our country. All of that is the direct result of the work that our members of the platform committee did in the meetings and that you have been doing over the last 15 months.
But none of these initiatives will happen if we do not elect a Democratic president in November. None! In fact, we will go backward. We must elect the Democratic nominee in November and progressive Democrats up and down the ballot so that we ensure that these policy commitments can advance.