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There's no denying the surprisingly resounding beat-down of Bernie Sanders in NY primary by Hillary Clinton! The Sanders's camp projected a single-digit deficit in New York, not double-digit deficit!  

U can say this 2016 Democratic primary turned the "corner" on April 19th & catapulted Hillary Clinton into insurmountable legate lead and an overwhelming momentum of "certainty" as nominee at July convention in Philly. What's more impressive was that the lead was pronounced at very beginning of the vote tally last night and remained in high double-digits until 99% of vote was tallied.

Sanders can elect to stay in until the bitter end but the NY primary was assuredly the death knell of his presidential candidacy and he damn well knows it. Making it known that his campaign will fight tooth and tong for every last super-delegate just cements notion that Sanders campaign is in final stages of "utter desperation".

No matter. Next Tue, April 26th, PA primary will be held and if there is an even more friendly environs for Clinton than New York, it is PA. We may see a 20-point blow-out win for Hillary.  

Bernie, I'd quit while I'm ahead. Work something out w/DNC as far as getting speaking slot at convention. Do the statesman-like thing and suspend your campaign and do your part to reunite party as soon possible to allow Democrats to regroup sufficiently to permit Hillary Clinton to be at her optimum for Fall election.

The decision is yours, to be sure, but, might be high time to put party before personal considerations, Bernie, know when to say when. U've been licked - u know it. Superdelegate ploy by your campaign manager, Weaver, is just that, mere ploy. Concede for good of all concerned. Hillary can beat either Trump or Cruz handily in the FALL.

Clock's running down, Benie!