This 26 July 2016 video from the USA is called DNC Betrayal of Bernie Sanders Even Worse Than We Thought.
Another video from the USA used to say about itself:
Still “Never Hillary“? My Thoughts After the Democratic Convention
30 July 2016
Hi, I’m Tiffany! Welcome to Socially Unacceptable. Here’s where I’m at post-Dem convention. Am I still Never Hillary? Jill not Hill?
As a sitting Member of Congress, I am automatically a “superdelegate” at the Democratic National Convention, and under party rules I was free to vote for whomever I wanted last week. But that didn’t feel quite right to me — I think that the Democratic Party should use the democratic process to choose our nominee. Which is what I did.
Earlier this year, we hosted our Grayson Primary online, to determine my Superdelegate vote. Hundreds of thousands of you came to vote, and (this was important to me) explained what led you to your decision. After many, many, many hours of tallying up your votes and reading your comments, we had a clear winner: Senator Bernie Sanders.
As promised, I voted based on the results of the Grayson Primary. So really, we gave this superdelegate vote to Bernie last week. Not me. Us.
Our vote wasn’t enough to make Bernie the nominee. The media already is treating the Bernie Sanders campaign as a footnote to history. But what they don’t realize, despite Bernie telling them over and over and over again, is that this was never a campaign about an individual – any individual. Since the very beginning, this has been a campaign about a political revolution. And that campaign will go on for as long as you are willing to fight alongside us for a better nation for all of us, not just the wealthy and powerful.
Although I’m disappointed we won’t get to see Bernie Sanders in the White House next year, I’m hopeful that he and I will accomplish great things together in the Senate. If you’d like to see me join Bernie Sanders in the Senate, chip in $27 to our revolutionary campaign now >>
It was okay to feel sad last week. So many people poured their blood, sweat, tears, and $27 donations into this race. I know how hard it is to come up a little short, after all of that work. But no matter how sad you felt last week, you cannot give up. If this campaign has shown us anything, it’s that when ordinary folks like us come together, we can accomplish extraordinary things.
We can keep this political revolution going. You and me. If you’re in it for the long haul, then click here, and show it >>
Rep. Alan Grayson
Bernie Sanders Superdelegate and Candidate for U.S. Senate
Right now, big corporations and special interests hold essentially all the power — economic and political.
Our tax system gives billionaires tax breaks while middle class families struggle. Since Citizens United, our elections are at the mercy of millions upon millions of dollars in dark money. But here’s the thing you don’t hear enough: We can fix those problems.
When we take political power away from big corporations and special interests and give it to the people who have been shut out, there’s no limit to what we can achieve.
My name is Zephyr Teachout, and I’m running for Congress in New York because I want to overturn Citizens United, get big money out of politics, win a nationwide ban on fracking, and stop disastrous trade deals like the TPP.
I was one of the first people running for Congress this year to be endorsed by Bernie Sanders, and I couldn’t be more proud to have his support. Now I’m asking you for your endorsement:
Add your name to say you want to help elect me to Congress so I can take on the special interests trying to buy our democracy. Click here to join us.
Add Your Name »
There’s something you should know about me. I’m different from other people running for Congress. I don’t have extreme personal wealth, and I’m not an ex-corporate lobbyist like my opponent, who has hedge fund billionaires pouring money into a Super PAC.
No, we’re doing something different here. I believe it’s possible for me to win backed by a grassroots movement. I don’t want to answer to anyone but voters when I’m in Congress. That’s why the average donation to my campaign is only $19.
I know it won’t be easy, and I know that huge corporations and special interests have a ton of influence in Washington.
But I’m dedicated to taking on big money and special interests no matter what. The Supreme Court justices who opposed Citizens United even cited my work on corruption in their dissent.
Bernie Sanders said he wants to see me in Congress, and I hope you do too.
Add your name to join our campaign and help me take on special interests, big money, and run a truly people-powered campaign for Congress.
Thank you for joining our campaign. I can’t wait to see what we do together.
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