Bernie Won’t Get the Nomination. But His Online Army Isn’t Done
If the latest projections come to pass, Hillary Clinton will lock up the Democratic nomination for president by the June 7 primaries in six states. If she does, it will be the end of a hard-fought insurgent campaign for Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders. But it will not, Sanders supporters say, be the end of the massive progressive movement that propelled him. The Sanders campaign has defied expectations from the outset. What began as a long-shot campaign in April 2015 soon became a viable threat to what pundits had long seen as Clinton’s inevitable coronation.