Bernie Sanders, the witless oaf peddling socialism, was victorious in Washington state's caucuses 72.7 percent to Clinton's 27.1 percent and won Alaska's caucuses by a landslide, defeating Clinton 81.6 percent to 18.4 percent. At 4 a.m. Sunday, with 87.8 percent of precincts reporting, Sanders was declared the winner in Hawaii, leading Clinton 70.6 percent to 29.2 percent. That followed his runaway wins in Idaho and Utah.
The delegate math still favors The Ice Cube In Heels. Clinton has amassed 1712 delegates to Sanders’ 1004. The nomination will belong to the candidate who garners 2383 before the Democrat convention. There are 2049 delegates still up for grabs.
And if you needed further evidence that Democrats are divorced from reality, savor this nugget from Bill Scher of Politico as he opines about the Lizard People’s idol:
This is not a joke. Senator Al Franken should be the Democratic Party’s choice for Vice-President. “If I had said that 10 years ago, or even six months ago, the notion would have been preposterous: a former Saturday Night Live writer, perhaps best known as the mock self help guru Stuart Smalley, Franken became synonymous with left-wing bombast thanks to his best-selling book “Rush Limbaugh is a Big Fat Idiot.” He took the presidency itself as a joke, writing a satirical campaign memoir, “Why Not Me,” in which Franken wins the White House on a platform of eliminating ATM fees, only to be quickly chased out by the “Joint Congressional Committee on the President's Mood Swings.”
With Hillary Clinton’s grip on the Democratic nomination firm, and Donald Trump on track to insult his way to the Republican nomination, Democrats will want their vice-presidential choice to accomplish the following:
1. Prevent Bernie Sanders’ energized left-wing youth from snubbing Clinton and flocking to the Green Party,
2. Protect the Rust Belt from Donald Trump’s blustery charms; and
3. Navigate an unprecedented media circus dominated by Trump’s barrage of taunts
Scher prattles endlessly on about the virtues of this idiot and then concludes with this gem, “The reason for Clinton to pick Franken is this: it would make the entire fall campaign bearable to watch.”