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It looks like Bernie is the only candidate running in the democratic primary that is in favor of democracy. Ana Kasparian and John Iadarola, hosts of The Young Turks, break it down. MORE TYT: https://tyt.com/trial
"The subtext here is that the candidate most likely to arrive in Milwaukee with a majority of pledged delegates (i.e., those elected in caucuses and primaries) is Bernie Sanders. It’s what the projections say, and what logic says, too. But as the strongest candidate, Sanders is also the candidate most likely to fit Todd’s hypothetical of someone with a plurality but not a majority of pledged delegates. If that happens, then the normal order of things (barring some deal) would be to proceed to a second ballot — to a “contested convention” — as all the candidates other than Sanders implicitly endorsed, some by saying “we should let the process play out.”