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Let's get back to the actual topic instead of having a discussion about what people from the Netherlands call their country...
Sanders and his supporters seem to be living in an alternate universe now.
The Senator was on "Meet the Press" this past Sunday and did a complete about face when it comes to the Super Delegates. He has been railing against them for the entire primary season, but he told moderator Chuck Todd on Sunday that these Super Delegates should now think hard about supporting him even if the people in the Super Delegates' state overwhelmingly voted for Hillary Clinton. Chuck Todd called him out on his hypocrisy and Sanders had a rather difficult time explaining his contradictory stances.
So this is the type of candidate Sanders has become. He's against Super Delegates until they are his last bastion of hope in winning the nomination. Now he's for them.
I know there's a lot of Sanders supporters on this website. Do any of you have a problem with him doing a complete about face? Isn't his whole appeal the fact that he's supposedly "anti-establishment" politics? How can he be anti-establishment if he is begging the establishment to hand him the nomination, even if he doesn't win the majority of primary votes?
I encourage you to watch the full interview below before responding...