WHOA! Now The Bernie Or Bust Movement Should REALLY Scare The Bejesus Out Of Hillary

Screen Shot 2016-06-07 at 8.45.08 PMWhen coronation day finally arrives for Hillary during the Democratic Party Convention in Philadelphia she will be shocked to see that many of the delegates aren’t the scratchy throated angry feminist who adore her. Politico just ran an exposé on some of Bernie’s delegates and many of them are downright combative.

Take Cornell West for example:

The Sanders campaign has already made clear its priority is not easy unity with the appointment of the radical philosopher Cornel West — who has called President Barack Obama “the first niggerized president” — to the convention platform committee. West previewed a contentious intra-party foreign policy debate when he denounced Israel’s occupation of the West Bank last month and said those views needed to be incorporated into the party platform.

How about this LGBT activist, does it sound like he will behave?
Roskoff, president of the local Jim Owles Liberal Democratic Club, was charged last year with criminal trespassing and disorderly conduct for protesting an awards dinner attended by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo — he dressed up in prison stripes to rage against the governor’s refusal to grant clemency to convicts.
This female Bernie delegate makes it clear she hasn’t decided if she’ll behave:

Linda Sarsour, executive director of the Arab-American Association of New York, posted on Facebook that she was going to the convention as one of Sanders’ 23 at-large delegates from New York and had to “decide if I’m going to behave or not.”

Hillary might have a full scale riot on her hands during her coronation party. While the Republican Party base is divided primarily over issues related to rhetoric and trust, Democrats are divided over the actual substance of what their party stands for. Policy disagreements between Pro-Trump and #NeverTrump Republicans pale in comparison to the gap between young socialists and corporate welfare hogs like Jeffery Immelt that the Democrats have to now reconcile.

The Republican party may be able to heal it’s wounds as soon as the next election when Donald Trump is not on the ballot. The division among Democrats is just getting started.