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go next to our collar, from the 626 area code, who’s calling today, from 626 a David for some Conn. but I love your show, thank you.
So look, the democratic establishment will stop at nothing to make sure that Bertie Sanders is not phenomena, disgusting to watch. And it’s big reported that even though braces not officially
endorsing a but he called PODGE to drop out and endorse to bin. He may have even called that or to to the same thing. Where is it either? Where is that being reported?
I heard from a rebel age to… Okay, I don’t know if he is in a… But I see, listen to, here’s the thing, here’s the thing, you’re
absolutely right, and This is how politics works, this is not super delegates, this is the DNC. 03/06/20 Page 8 of 17
davidpakmanshow20200306commercialfree realizing, “Hey we probably have a coalition here. Bernie probably has some sealing. The pundits
were very wrong about what that ceiling was they said it was 1520.If I bring out the 30 okay, but this is how politics works, this is the game. They played it, and they are winning and it sucks. And
the progressive movement needs to realize that when we talk about unilateral disarmament we don’t take pack money, and if we don’t do this, and we don’t do that in Bubba, blah, blah, but at a certain
point, there’s a line at which… Well, then you’re gonna lose and that is going to prohibit you from then getting into a position to make the change that you want the I do believe that we, progressives,
need to take a lesson from this though, which is a very specific one, which is we’re an online media. A lot of people who watch the show love Bernie. A lot of people who follow me on Twitter love
burning a lot of people on our subreddit love Bernie. This is not representative of the Democratic Party at large it’s just not right, because when you
combine the realities in a lot of these different states, you realize a lot of people just didn’t wanna vote. For Bernie, that’s it, yes, of course, the DNC orchestrated the timing of this. There’s no doubt,
if it had been a twocandidate race from the beginning we might have had different results all along but we also shouldn’t assume that if you just explain Bernie’s positions to people, everyone will
wanna vote for him. There’s people who just don’t wanna vote for Bernie and in the eulogy, if there is one which we’re not doing right now, we’ll have to talk about the way Bernie’s campaign was
framed. democratic socialism will have to talk about all of these different things and discuss the effect they had. But yeah, this is just the reality. And progressives we, progressives, have to face it.
So I guess my question is, what do you think? Okay, so the Democrats nominate Jo by in Joliet, in a last leg, ’cause he’s grip.
What do you think of the progressives, the progressives leaving just completely abandoning the Democratic Party and creating their own party good estate at as a, that theocratic party. It could
happen, but I wanna throw something else out. About a month and a half ago, I gave out the four ways that this could go the four ways that could
go, or Bernie nominated and becomes President, Bernie nominated and loses to Trump bye and nominated and becomes President, by denominated and loses to Trump. And when I did that story, I
said, If you take everything into consideration, if you take the Senate balance into consideration if you take all these different things longterm, the best outcome for the progressive movement might
be that bin is nominated and loses. Now, I won’t redo the analysis now because so many of my audience members have already heard it. It’s a longterm plan and it’s difficult but it may not be the
worst thing for the Progressive Movement and I explain why in that segment. Yeah, Agrawal, thank you do, but I appreciate you answering my call. Alright, my pleasure, thank
you so much for calling in.