Sanders to Dem Establishment: There’s “No Stopping Us!”

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The Democrat establishment is moving in to stop Bernie Sanders from winning the nomination. Within the past week alone, Joe Biden has received seven endorsements from former 2020 rivals. As the DNC moves the qualification goalpost to keep Tulsi Gabbard off the upcoming debate stage and does all they can to prop up Biden, Sanders is in serious trouble.

Despite the dire state of his candidacy, the Vermont senator appears committed to seeing this one through. On Sunday, Sanders spent time campaigning in Michigan, a state whose residents will go to the polls this week.

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During his time in the Mitten State, Sanders sent a clear message to the Democrat establishment, pronouncing that there’s “no stopping” him and his supporters, as reported by Washington Examiner.

The Latest from Sanders in Michigan

Sanders is doing all he can to win in Michigan. Although with Kamala Harris and Cory Booker set to stump for Biden tonight, Sanders’ window to make the most impact and win over Michiganders is closing.

Just yesterday, the Vermont senator spent time in Ann Arbor and professed to his supporters that there’s “no stopping” his agenda for working Americans. This statement somewhat mirrors Sanders’ past claim that his campaign is “unstoppable.” It’s worth noting that shortly after this claim, Biden went on to gain the aforementioned series of endorsements.

In his additional attempts to appeal to Michiganders, Sanders lamented over “crumbling schools” and poisonous water systems in the state. The socialist then took aim at Joe Biden, stating that while the former vice president has the backing of the establishment, Sanders himself has support from America’s “strongest grassroots movements.”

The Power of the Democrat Establishment

Sanders may not believe that the DNC can stop him, but the DNC seems to think otherwise. Thus far, the establishment has gotten multiple former 2020 candidates to back Biden, thus providing him with a massive boost during last week’s Super Tuesday.

Bernie Sanders by Gage Skidmore, on Flickr

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In the wake of the additional backing from Harris and Booker, Biden is likelier to walk away with the win in Michigan, despite Sanders’ best efforts. Last week, the Vermont senator admitted that he’ll suspend his candidacy if Biden has more delegates than him when the convention arrives.

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