The Clintons are a powerful, elite machine. And Bernie Sanders amazing movement has already won huge victories on trade - the TPP is dead till after the election and hopefully, dead in its recent form, forever, and Barack Obama has remembered himself - hard being a President, a drone firer/killer, to remember himself - and called for the expansion of social security. Clinton has already been condemned for lying and refusing to meet in the State Department IG report - and the FBI report, even under Obama, waits in the wings. And she was very likely to lose in California, demonstrating yet again, that even with all the Democratic Party's fingers on the scales (in New York, a hammer...), she is a very weak candidate.
Clinton cannot secure the nomination until the super delegates vote. But the all Clinton and Trump all the time corporate media led by the AP has declared the nomination hers before the election in California and New Jersey and South and North Dakota...They do not want you to come out and vote today for Sanders. Every vote is part of a movement which challenges the allegiance to the .0001% of the corporate Democratic Party. NPR has a particularly corrupt story about how the AP called it, and Sanders voters at a big rally yesterday in San Francisco were thinking about this - even as Bernie continues campaigning. It is all from Clinton's point of view - call the AP and NP Clinton's "press flacks." NPR noted that many will not vote for Hillary (are repulsed by the Clintons) in the fall. That is likely. The elite press has made the contest Trumo v. Hillary.
But being part of the movement which has won back social security and defeated the TPP so far is very important. Go out today if you are in a primary state and cast your vote for Bernie Sanders. And even more importantly, join in every movement from below to fight racist police murder, support indigenous people, fight for welcoming immigrants and opposing deportations, higher wages and better conditions, an end to student debt-slavery...
One wonders how with a straight face, so called editors and journalists do such stories. NPR: