I would have led the walkout had I been there.
Others applauded the endorsement. The grassroots group Progressive Change Campaign Committee released a statement arguing that "Bernie Sanders' endorsement is the latest proof that the Democratic Party is increasingly unified around big, bold, progressive ideas—and that is good for Democrats in November."-CD
"Unified around big, bold, progressive ideas?" Show me one amidst the smokescreen and down-on-their-knees grovelling.
Sanders, a man of his word, said he'd do this when he started, unfortunately. It came down to trying to win a few points at the platform committee meetings--a non-binding dreamworld that the neoconservatives backing Clinton's warmongering must be laughing at with all the glee of children in a toy store.
Just as Clinton is the wrong woman to lead an uprising of gender-focused political idealism and true progressiveness, Sanders was the wrong candidate to ever utter the words "political revolution."
But you already knew that.