But some of Sanders’ surrogates haven’t been so graceful in their concession of defeat after putting up a valiant fight for the African-American vote.
Cornel West told Vice News last week that he feared many of Clinton’s most prominent African-American supporters had lost their way.
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And yet, I think of you so often smiling, or laughing outright; your sturdy frame gallant and ready for the fight. As we miss so many others who left us with this one desire: that no matter how deep the fall into obscurity and obscenity this new age portends Life might permit us to remain standing if only on the inside; smiling and laughing with you among the solemn army who went out into the darkness all those years ago, always singing, to examine the path and be the light.
Though it is true you left home like the Buddha to find a way for all of us, leaving your wife and children to suffer a most peculiar loneliness; and yes, the children, some of them would be lost. For M © 2015 by Alice Walker Mientras rodamos por la Nueva Edad de las Tinieblas te vuelves más querido para mí.
The vocal Sanders supporter singled out Congressmen John Lewis and Jim Clyburn repeatedly.
“There’s no doubt that the great John Lewis of 50 years ago is different than the John Lewis today,” West asserted. I love him, I respect his personhood, but there’s no doubt he’s gone from a high moment of Martin Luther King-like struggle to now [a] neoliberal politician in a system that is characterized more and more by legalized bribery and normalized corruption. And the Clinton machine is an example of that.” West argued that “most black politicians these days are neoliberal politicians, so it’s almost natural for them to side with Hillary Clinton.” West said that Clyburn and Lewis had become “too well adjusted to Wall Street” and are now a part of a system “in which politicians are well adjusted to injustice owing to their ties to big money, big banks, and big corporations, and turning their backs, for the most part, to poor people and working people.