Clinton Blames Bernie Sanders for bad polls

Many Clinton allies are blaming Bernie Sanders genuine narrative, strength of character, as well as a lifetime of experiences that underline the fact that he is an, albeit radical, moral person with strong convictions, which does not compare well to Mrs. Clinton. I mean the only time he got arrested was for protesting racial segregation, while Clinton's husband used the confederate stars and bars in his campaign materials in 1992.
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They go on to point out that his 30+ years of proven electability as a Mayor, Congressman and Senator, as opposed to Clinton, who road into the Senate on Bill's coat tails, and didn't make it back into the Obama cabinet for a second term (Ostensibly so she could focus on her presidential candidacy, but if she was really rocking it she would have stayed and resigned when campaign season started), does not compare well. 

Clinton's hench-folk point out that the main things that are propping up Clinton's candidacy is the wealth and power of the establishment that supports her, and Sanders categorical rejection of that kind of influence, throughout his political life, and the groundswell of public support that made his candidacies possible, and that grows in parallel to peoples awareness of him, as opposed to a web search of the name Clinton+corruption,  do not compare well. Nor does it sit well that Democratic National Committee chairwoman, Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz  clearly showed preference and deference towards Clinton at every step of the nominating process.

 Democratic National Committee chairwoman, Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.), explaining the need for party unity on MSNBC, after exsanguinating a kitten

So, in the words of Obi wan Kenobi, Mrs. Clinton:

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