Corporate media has continued to repeat the mantra that Hillary Clinton will be crowned the Democratic nominee for President. And the Democratic National Committee, led by Florida Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz has done its best to rig the campaign in Hillary's favor. That's a widely accepted observation based on the last 8 or 9 months. But for all of that, Hillary seems hell bent on losing.
Repeatedly making unforced errors, now Trevor Noah, successor to Jon Stewart on the Daily Show, demonstrates the problem.
Bernie's not giving up. Bernie's supporters are not giving up. The MATH and the MAP indicate Hillary's best days, in this campaign, may already be behind her.
Some people seem to think Hillary's just an average politician. I read that on Facebook yesterday. But does the average politician, with her "average politician" husband amass a personal fortune of $125 Million as a result of a lifetime of public service?
Where'd that fortune come from? Representing YOUR interests?
Yeah, I'm glad the glass ceiling of a smart, driven woman politician running for the most powerful elected office in the world has been shattered.
Perhaps in an election cycle in the not too distant future, a smart woman politician driven to passionately represent Main Street Americans will run.
Until then, we have the next best thing -- Bernie Sanders.