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Although liberal brains are still in a state of total denial, they start to accept that Bernie will probably win - eventually, they will get used to it


Right after Jeremy Corbyn's heavy defeat in the recent UK national election, we warned that the corporate Democrats and the Clintonian establishment will seek to invest on this defeat in order to crush Sanders' momentum. Indeed, the US liberal media and their corporate stooges didn't waste time. Almost simultaneously, they launched one more anti-Sanders campaign based on Corbyn's defeat. 

As the Clintonian machine is still alive and strong, freshly-constructed narratives related to Corbyn's defeat have been added to the typical anti-Bernie campaigns by the machine's operators.


Yet, we also witness some level of weariness from the establishment in its effort to suppress and dissolve the progressive movement. As has been already mentioned, the establishment apparatus has come now to the point where it hesitates to try any new tricks against Bernie because it knows that may backfire further. 

And it's impressive that many liberals now identify the limited options they have against Bernie Sanders. An article written by Jonathan Chait, gives you the picture. Chait starts with a typical argument against Bernie, claiming that "Bernie Sanders is currently favored to win the nomination, a prospect that would make Donald Trump a heavy favorite to win reelection, and open the possibility of a Corbyn-esque wipeout."

In the next paragraph you can witness some signs of disappointment and the fact that liberals can't accept that their choices are incapable to inspire voters [important part highlighted]: 

                    The liberal conundrum begins with Joe Biden. The former vice-president led national polls until very recently, and has been the most plausible mainstream liberal candidate. At the same time, doubts about his ability to handle the rigors of the campaign at an advanced age have caused the Democratic Party to withhold the institutional support it gave Hillary Clinton. Yet his name was big enough to preclude a younger, more vigorous Democrat from emerging in the ideological space he occupied. Beto O’Rourke, Cory Booker, and Kamala Harris all tried and failed to run as ideological heirs of Barack Obama, because Obama’s actual partner was still there.

The highlighted part shows you the level of delusion that has occupied liberal brains. Chait actually blames Biden for the fact that some younger establishment candidates didn't make it. He doesn't understand that Obama "replicates", even as "updated versions", would never inspire voters, exactly because Obama himself has disappointed them as he didn't bring any change. He just faithfully followed the neocon/neoliberal agenda.

And Chait doesn't even understand that O'Rourke, Booker, and Harris are mediocre political figures who are incapable to inspire and excite the electorate with their own personality. Not to mention that, exactly because they are what they are, they couldn't survive a second in the race without being permanently fed with corporate money.

And the great delusion doesn't end here. Check out the following insane view: "Also, as an additional morbid touch, the South Carolina primary will feature an organized influx of Republicans voting for Sanders in a specific plan to boost what they see as Democrats' weakest nominee."

He doesn't understand (or he pretends that he doesn't know), that when it comes to fight Bernie, the Republicans and his beloved corporate Democrats unite behind the scenes in no time. And that's because Bernie is the only one who has the power right now to disturb and bring some damage to their precious neoliberal order. And in the electorate, the only Republicans who will vote for Bernie, are the ones who have been disappointed from the Trump-fraud and seek an alternative. Which is the exact opposite of what Chait claims.

Nevertheless, the main point of the article is to show that the establishment Democrats have quite limited strategic moves available against Bernie Sanders. And you can tell that there is a flavor of desperation because of this conclusion.

According to Chait, things for the establishment would be much easier if the progressives would stop protesting against every attempt to rig the process against Bernie. It's not going to happen. Bernie will walk towards victory with the whole movement behind him. Liberals start to realize it. And eventually, they will get used to it.

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