Bernie Sanders Wins In Wyoming, Hillary Clinton Walks Away With The Most Delegates

Hannah Bleau

Bernie Sanders won Wyoming by over 10 points. How many states has Hillary Clinton lost lately? Seven? Eight? Shouldn’t she be freaking out right now? I mean, she’s losing to a senile socialist who was only supposed to serve as a prop to make it look like the DNC wasn’t completely handing her the nomination. Now he’s winning and even picking fights. That is NOT how this was supposed to go.

But Hillary is oddly…calm. Why? Probably because she’s walking out of Wyoming with more delegates than Bernie Sanders. It’s New Hampshire all over again.

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Because of the way the Democratic Party of Wyoming distributes delegates, each candidate will get 7 pledged delegates. So right off the bat, they’re at a tie. But Wyoming also has 4 superdelegates, and all of them have previously announced that they will vote for Hillary Clinton, which means Hillary is walking out of Wyoming with 11 delegates. Bernie only gets 7, even though he technically won the state.

A candidate needs 2,383 delegates to secure the nomination. If not for the superdelegates, Bernie would actually be giving Hillionaire a run for her money.

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It’s a close race, if you take away the superdelegates. But the Democratic Party elites want Hillary, and they’re going to make it happen. And that, Bernouts, is why Bernie will never be the Democratic nominee. Come on. Say it with me. “Rigged.”