The Democratic establishment has been doing an abysmal job of ensuring Bernie Sanders’ supporters that the primary will be a free and fair election. Between changing debate qualification rules to benefit Mayor Michael Bloomberg, the Iowa caucus disaster, and now former First Lady Hillary Clinton’s repeated swipes at the socialist senator, it’s all beginning to look a little too… well … rigged. . .
Speaking on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” Hillary Clinton advised Democratic Party voters who are still on the fence to select someone who can “win” in the general election against President Trump.
“I say two things,” she told Ellen, as reported by The Daily Beast. “I say, vote for the person who you believe can actually win in November. And the person who you think can govern our country. Because somebody has to get in there and try to bring our country together and put us on the right track into the future and restore our democracy and our standing in the world.”
“Who do you think can win?” she asked the voters. “Because if you don’t win, you can’t govern. And who can best govern at a very difficult time in American history.”
Though Hillary did not mention Bernie Sanders by name, Ellen DeGeneres put the crosshairs on the socialist senator when she said, “It seems to me, more than ever, that we need somebody who’s going to go in and be able to steer this ship in the right direction instead of going to the extreme.” (Read more from “Ouch: Hillary Goes After Bernie, Says Democrats Need Someone Who Can ACTUALLY Win” HERE)