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One by one, Sanders' supporters are being picked off by a brainwashing media, told to line up with the corporate candidate. And like in "The Invasion" they're giving in, citing slogans like "First Woman President," and "Trump is awful, do you want Trump?"
I'm here to say we've got alternatives, and to suggest strategically voting. Who you vote for is your choice, but if you supported Sanders, then you should not be focusing on Hillary, but on holding her corporate feet, to the fire. If your state is a big-win, particularly like mine, Alabama, you can vote for anyone--I'm going to vote Green if they manage to get on the ballot again. Alabama will stupidly, with all its poor people, vote 67% for Republicans. All Democrats could vote for the Green Party in protest, and of course for all down-ticket Democrats running for the Senate or House, and it won't make a bit of difference to the outcome of the election. Save Virginia, and "maybe" North Carolina and Georgia, the rest of the South will be overwhelmingly red. Oklahoma is another one. You can check. In these states you don't have to vote for Hillary, you can safely do whatever you want, write in, vote for someone else, whatever.
The same thing applies to huge blue States, like New York, or California, or Connecticut. If you're going to win by 20 points, Sanders' voters straying to Green won't hurt.
And don't bother sending your $27 to Hillary--she's got a fault splitting open of corporate money, now that she's won the primary corporate donors are lining up to fill her PAC's anew.
I'd suggest contributing to liberal sources, like Truthout, or Truthdig, or Reader Supported News, as they've been stressed. We need to continue focusing on liberal issues, and ripping the corporatocracy out of government, on Peace, and campaign finance reform, on campaign reform, and liberal issues that will at least bring our Democratic Party back to the people.