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After decisive losses to Hillary in New Jersey, California, and Washington D.C., there is nothing left for the nomination except to persuade the Super Delegates to switch to Bernie before the convention. He has not conceded defeat, he has not endorsed Hillary, and he has not suspended his campaign; the Secret Service is obliged to continue protecting him at enormous tax payer cost until he formally quits the race. That will not likely happen until the Philadelphia convention.
He is now putting all his energy into rewriting the Democratic Party Platform, getting Debbie Wasserman Schultz fired (successful on that one), getting Hillary to adopt his stump speech demands, and to rally his supporters to run for local and state offices. On this latter point, it seems a bit late for that as the rosters for the remaining primaries and the general election are largely set...unless he is going to encourage a massive write-in campaign. But that's life in Bernie land.
He also wants open Democratic primary elections with same day registration, but caucuses seem to be okay with him.
Meanwhile as I read articles and comments in my local newspaper, Bernie supporters remain defiant: "We will never ever vote for Hillary or Trump. Trump is insane and Hillary is exactly the same as a 1980's republican. I didn't vote for her in 2008, and I won't vote for her now. A vote for Clinton is a vote for a republican."
Independent: Though Bernie's campaign looks busted, local delegates are still with him
Bernie supporters need a reality check (and a lesson in Civics 101). If Trump is elected, those Bernie supporters who refused to vote for Hillary are in for a rude awakening.