With all of the serious political action taking place in the Republican establishment’s war on their own front-runner it is easy for the Democrats and Queen Hillary to continue to fly under the radar. That was the case until a few days ago when befuddled old Bernie Sanders finally blew his stack over the Clinton-friendly DNC’s ongoing attempts to deliver the nomination to Hillary. The dust-up over the Sanders campaign’s breach of Team Hillary’s voter information database led to Sanders suing the DNC after access his own data was blocked by the Debbie “the carp” Wasserman-Schultz run arm of the Clinton campaign but all is well again. Sanders astonishingly apologized to the bitch during Saturday’s Democratic party debate in Manchester, New Hampshire.
As reported by the Associated Press via Yahoo News “Sanders apologizes to Clinton, supporters for data breach”:
Bernie Sanders apologized to Hillary Clinton and his own supporters Saturday night for a breach of her campaign’s valuable voter data, seeking to put the controversy to rest in a debate that quickly moved on to national security concerns and Americans’ heightened fear of terrorism.
Clinton, the Democratic front-runner, kept an eye on the general election, sharply criticizing Donald Trump’s plan to ban Muslims from entering the United States. She called the leader of the GOP race the Islamic State’s “best recruiter.”
“Mr. Trump has a great capacity to use bluster and bigotry to inflame people,” said Clinton, the former secretary of state.
Clinton and Sanders, her closest challenger, entered Saturday night’s debate in the midst of one of their fiercest fights — about the campaign itself rather than a national or international issue. Clinton’s campaign accused Sanders’ team of stealing information used to target voters and anticipate what issues might motivate them. In response to the breach, the Democratic National Committee temporarily cut off Sanders’ team’s access to its own data, a move the Vermont senator said Saturday was an “egregious act.”
Still, Sanders said his staff had acted improperly.
“This is not the type of campaign that we run,” he said. Sanders’ campaign fired a worker involved in the breach but also used the controversy to raise money, sending an email to supporters that said the national party had placed “its thumb on the scales in support of Hillary Clinton’s campaign.” His campaign said after the debate it had suspended two more aides.
Clinton quickly accepted the apology Saturday night, saying “We should move on because I don’t think the American people are all that interested in this.”
Seeing some rare fire from Sanders was unusual but alas poor Bernie showed why he has less than a snowball’s chance in Hades of winning the nomination – even if there wasn’t pro-Clinton chicanery at the DNC – when he apologized to the queen during the debate over the database kerfuffle. It was like allowing Black Lives Matter activists to hijack his stage or proclaiming that nobody cares about Clinton’s “damn emails” and is yet another self-inflicted wound upon the hero of silly bleeding-heart utopians. The socialist cadaver’s spine is as flaccid as an overcooked piece of linguine and while weepy and whimsical liberals may gobble up the apologetic take the high road slop it is a sure loser with everyone else. As I have said before, Bernie Sanders has as much chance as Deion Sanders at winning the presidency and probably even less after his groveling before Clinton at Saturday’s debate.