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Massachusetts Senator and Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren absolutely crushed a Bernie Sanders supporter who tried to troll her at a CNN town hall, but learned a hard lesson before he could even finish his question.
At Wednesday night’s CNN town hall, moderator Don Lemon introduced a Bernie Sanders supporter named Jason Pietramala, who launched into a question dripping with smugness and sprinkled with ancient Howard Stern catchphrases.
“Hey now, Senator Warren, welcome to Charleston,” Pietramala said, scoring his first Howard brownie point as tens of neckbeards roared approval on their mom’s couches.
“During the Nevada debate, you and every other candidate on the stage, except for Bernie, hello somebody, indicated that the candidate with the plurality of delegates should not necessarily be the nominee,” he continued, adding “This essentially means the will of the voters could be denied by the superdelegates and the DNC, which is basically undemocratic, and in my opinion is a bunch of, bababooey, to put it politely.”
“Can you explain why the will of the voters should not matter if no candidate reaches a majority of delegates?” Pietramala concluded and awaited glory.
WATCH Bernie Sanders From 2016 Explain Why Bernie Sanders From 2020 Shouldn’t Be Nominee if He Has Most Delegates pic.twitter.com/ee1HFqlVfW
— Tommy X-TrumpIsARacist-opher (@tommyxtopher) February 20, 2020
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