Susan Sarandon is an actress and has been a very vocal supporter of Democrats, but this year she is seeing something different.
During an interview with Chris Hayes on MSNBC, the Hollywood star went into politics and shocked the Hillary supporting reporter.
When asked if she thought Bernie Sanders’ voters have come to despise Hillary and if she gets the nomination they won’t support her in the general election, Susan responded with, “That’s a legitimate concern because they are very passionate and very principled.”
The reporter is shocked and can’t understand why Democratic Party fans of Bernie won’t rally behind Hillary, but Susan sets him strait. She explains why Hillary doesn’t believe in what Bernie believes in because she has taken money from Wall Street, Monsanto and fracking companies, and she doesn’t even fight for a $15 minimum wage.
Susan points out the fact that Hillary is part of the status quo and the status quo isn’t working.
The MSNBC reporter who is clearly behind his station in promoting the “greatness” of Hillary Clinton at any opportunity was shut down time after time by the former Dead Man Walking star.
The differences between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton are many. Bernie makes Hillary shift her policies more to the left than she is comfortable with and he is winning in many respects.
Bernie has won ten out of the last twelve primaries and is poised to win a lot of the more liberal leaning states coming up. But will it matter?
Simply, no! The Clinton machine is going to win the nomination one way or another. The Super Delegates will side with Clinton because they have a great long-standing relationship and Hillary will make sure she takes care of them.
Bernie just wants them to vote for the candidate that the people vote for, but that doesn’t seem like it is going to happen.
Everyone is talking about how bad the Republican convention could be in selecting a nomination with the battle for Trump to win the delegate count outright. If he doesn’t, we are going to see a brokered convention where anything could happen.
On the left, though, things could be much worse. If the majority of the people who vote select Bernie, and he is then snubbed by the Democratic elite and Hillary is given the nomination, then the Democratic Party could fracture as well.
This election season is really heating up and it is going to go down in history one way or another.
What do you think? Will both parties have crazy convention this year? Let us know in the comments.