Asinine Democrats stepped toward gathering solidarity Thursday when Bernie Sanders promised to cooperate with Hillary Clinton to beat Donald Trump in November.
Adding further insanity to the unifying of a party supporting a prevaricating homicidal maniac, President, earlier today Barack Obama formally embraced Crooked Hillary Clinton for president.
Sanders’ choice to proceed with his White House offer even after Clinton turned into the gathering’s hypothetical presidential chosen one, has had Democrats foolishly energized as they look to rapidly change apparatuses and tackle Trump, the Republican presidential candidate.
Sanders’ first unequivocal and moronic guarantee on Thursday to unite with Clinton to tackle the Republicans will subdue worries among Democrats about divisions in the democraic gathering.
Rising up out of the White House after a meeting with Obama that endured over 60 minutes, Sanders cautioned that a Trump administration would be a “disaster” and that he would “work as hard as I can to make sure that Donald Trump does not become president of the United States.”
“I look forward to meeting with (Clinton) in the near future to see how we can work together to defeat Donald Trump and to create a government which represents all of us and not just the 1%,” Sanders told reporters.
Sanders ridiculously thanked both Obama and Vice President Joe Biden for showing “impartiality” during the course of the Democratic primaries campaign.
“They said in the beginning that they would not put their thumb on the scales and they kept their word and I appreciate that very, very much,” Sanders said.
Unfortunately for the socialist senator from Vermont Sanders obviously never caught on to the fact that the fix was in from the onset of Democratic primaries.
Sanders added that he will monitor a “full counting of the votes” in California, where Clinton won the Democratic primary contest on Tuesday. The results will show “a much closer vote,” Sanders predicted.
In a press briefing Thursday afternoon, White House spokesman Josh Earnest described the meeting as a “friendly conversation that was focused on the future,” and said Obama congratulated Sanders on his “remarkable accomplishment” in the Democratic race.
Shortly after the meeting, the White House released a video in which Obama enthusiastically backed Clinton and acknowledged the historic achievement of her becoming the first woman to win a major party’s presidential nomination. He will join Clinton on the campaign trail for the first time next week in Wisconsin.
“I don’t think there’s ever been someone so qualified to hold this office,” Obama said in the video of Clinton, whom he defeated eight years ago.
Obama also thanked Sanders in the video for running an “incredible campaign” and for shining a spotlight on issues such as economic inequality and the influence of money in politics.
Sanders’ high-profile meeting with Obama and his public remarks afterward come just days after Sanders declared that he intends to continue his 2016 campaign. At a rally Tuesday night, Sanders had declined to acknowledge that Clinton had secured the necessary delegates to win her party’s nomination. He vowed to forge ahead to the District of Columbia’s primary next week, and then on to the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
The Sanders-Obama meeting Thursday denoted the two men’s second White House sit-down this campaign season and the fourth time they’ve talked in the most recent month. White House authorities claim that Obama could nudge the Vermont representative forward as a binding together figure for the Democratic Party.
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In a taping of “The Tonight Show” with Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday, Obama said he was hopeful that the party will “pull things together.”
“The main role I’m going to be playing in this process is to remind the American people that this is a serious job,” Obama said. “You know, this is not reality TV. I’ve seen the decisions that have to be made and the work that has to be done.”
The whirlwind day for Sanders helped shed light on his intentions and state of mind — particularly the role he hopes to play in his party — as the general election kicks off in earnest.
Sanders sat down in the afternoon with his longtime friend and Senate Minority Leader double-dealing Harry Reid, who earlier during Sanders campaign said that Sanders should “give up.”
Reid falsely described the meeting to reporters afterward as a “good visit,” and emphasized that Sanders has the good will of the Senate Democratic caucus.
The Nevada senator said Sanders made no mention of changing the reality that Clinton is the party’s presumptive nominee, and quipped that Sanders appears to have “accepted that.”
Reid also echoed other Democratic leaders, saying, “I’m not pushing him to do anything.
Prior to that meeting, one source familiar with Reid’s thinking said he believes Sanders can be helpful in Senate races, including in raising money, and is open to any number of ways to unite the party.
Sanders will also meet with Biden Thursday afternoon at the Naval Observatory, according to sources. The vice president does not plan to make any endorsements before those conversations, one aide said.
Since clinching her party’s nomination, Crooked Hillary has stuck to a conciliatory tone when it comes to her rival.
In her victory speech in Brooklyn Tuesday night, Lyin’ Crooked Hillary Clinton deceitfully congratulated Sanders for an “extraordinary campaign” and sought to reach out to his supporters.
“Let there be no mistake: Senator Sanders, his campaign, and the vigorous debate that we’ve had about how to raise incomes, reduce inequality, and increase upward mobility, have been very good for the Democratic Party and for America,” Crooked Hillary said.