The results of the California primary shocked many Bernie Sanders supporters, who were nursing a dream that he’d win the state or lose by an extremely small margin. However, I wasn’t terribly surprised — many Clinton voters were deep in stealth, afraid to say anything in advance of the primary.
In October of 2015, Robinson Meyer wrote at The Atlantic about a phenomenon he was starting to observe among those who were #feelingthebern: The Berniebro. His piece marked (I think, and please correct me if I’m wrong) the introduction of the term to the political landscape, describing the primarily white, young men who spewed their enthusiasm for Bernie […]
A revelation that will come as a surprise to absolutely no one: I do not support Hillary Clinton for president. Another: I agree with many of the points made by the Sanders campaign, though I have grave reservations about its hyperfocus on economic policy. And another: I want to be able to have interesting conversations […]