From Washington Examiner
For diehard Bernie Sanders supporters at the Democratic National Convention, nothing he said in his Monday night speech will convince them to vote for Hillary Clinton, or to quiet down during her all-but-guaranteed nomination this week.
“Under no circumstances will I ever vote for Hillary Clinton,” Nebraska delegate Edgar DeLeon said as the Wells Fargo Center emptied out after Sanders spoke.
“Jill Stein!” yelled another pro-Sanders delegate, referring to the Green Party candidate who some Sanders backers say they’ll now vote for in November instead of Clinton.
The Sanders address came at the conclusion of a tumultuous opening to the convention, which was punctuated by frequent pro-Sanders chanting and booing for Clinton.
When Sanders finally walked onto the stage at 10:40 p.m., deafening cheers went on for several minutes. Supporters refused to quiet down even when Sanders began to speak and when he finished, they weren’t following his advice to stop protesting and to get in line behind Clinton.
“Bernie started a revolution,” California delegate Makenzie Hayes said. “He can’t stop it now.”
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