A former Hillary staffer said Bernie is too angry, a joyful campaign is the winner.

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I know Bernie has to fight with mainstream media, but we as his supporters need to be joyful. Don't get angry with other people, just explain how you think Bernie is the most electable candidate, be joyful of the idea of a bunch of these candidates working in Bernie's cabinet. What we've done is Independents invaded and took over the Democratic Party. We won because we are smarter than them and have better strategy. We're going through some growing pains as they realize we're now Democrats. And then they'll just be glad we have a winning campaign.

Don't spread any negative energy. That's what the mainstream media does. Don't let it bother you. We have the clearest path to victory and everyone should be happy

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Studebaker: The Left Cannot Win the Country by Campaigning Like Hillary Clinton

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Excellent post here.

TL:DR: The Squad needs to leave behind identity politics and wedge issues and focus on concrete material benefits for the population, which have broad popular appeal and unite us rather than dividing us. In other words, learn from Bernie, who won over the audience when he went on Fox News.

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Remember: Bernie is not going to have a Hillary Clinton like primary campaign here

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Their is an idea going around that Bernie is going to dominant this primary and be coronated, and our initial haul helped solidify that opinion. Beto fundraising proved that we aren't in that position, as nice as it would be.

Fight like we did in 2016 (against a much larger mountain to climb), and we will win.

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RealClearPolitics’ Misleading Headline: CNN Democratic Focus Group: Hillary, Biden, and Sanders Are “Done”

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https://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2019/03/05/cnn_democratic_focus_group_biden_sanders_are_done.html

I'm sorry if this is a repost, but have people watched this video? The headline, given by RealClearPolitics, is EXTREMELY misleading and does not at all represent the focus group's views on Bernie. The focus group is clearly in agreement on their aversion to Biden and to Hillary running again in 2020, but there is only one of six members who express a distaste for Bernie in 2020. Yet, the headline lumps Sanders in with Hillary and Biden as "Done" For people who just read headlines, this can be extremely misleading and I would think that RealClearPolitics would try to be a little less transparent/subjective than this.

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Addressing the Argument that Bernie Lost the 2016 Election for Hillary (with links)

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I thought it might be useful to have a post with a series of counterarguments to the numerous pro-Hillary, pro-establishment types that are stating that Bernie lost 2016 for Hillary.

Firstly, Bernie endorsed Hillary Clinton after the 2016 primaries, as he promised he would:

https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/bernie-sanders-endorses-hillary-clinton-president/story?id=40515378

Secondly, Bernie campaigned hard for Hillary against Trump in 2016:

https://www.newyorker.com/news/amy-davidson/bernie-sanderss-hard-fight-for-hillary-clinton

Thirdly, More Clinton Voters in 2008 voted for McCain than Bernie voters voted for Trump in 2016:

https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2017/8/24/16194086/bernie-trump-voters-study (I'd also disagree with the article's general argument, because those Bernie voters in WI, MI, etc. were probably independents and conservatives who liked Bernie but would not have voted for a Democrat for president).

Fourthly, Bernie's campaign staff begged the Clinton campaign to let them help Hillary in worrisome states like Wisconsin and Michigan:

https://www.thedailybeast.com/team-bernie-hillary-fcking-ignored-us-in-swing-states

Those are off the top of my head, if you think of any other counterarguments with sources to back them up, please comment and I can update this list!

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How do you feel about many on the Left who abandoned Bernie and are still Hillary apologists all of a sudden now are enamored with AOC?

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I love Ocasio-Cortez and really hope she will reach the presidency in the future and is a great person to spread Bernie's original message however what bothers me is many now who still continue to bash Bernie and still love Hillary claiming her loss was the result of anything but her being a bad corporate candidate now love AOC isn't that hypocritical/poorly educated? I feel like that's our {The Left's} major flaw right now disunity and lack of knowledge of the core beliefs of our canidates. It seems now we are to quickly to decide we like someone based solely on gender/race/age etc. I've seen so many people bashing Bernie for no apparent reason yet hail AOC as the hero of the democratic party when their ideologies are nearly exactly the same. I'm really afraid this kind of mindset might scew us over in the election this year especially seeing the bad media already throwing hits at the likes of Bernie and Tulsi Gabbard.

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