Following the uproar at the Nevada convention earlier this month, some pro-Clinton lawmakers wanted Sanders to call for party unity, but he opted instead to rip the party establishment.More on corporate Dem DWS:
“Unfortunately, the senator’s response was anything but acceptable,” Wasserman Schultz told CNN. “It certainly did not condemn his supporters for acting violently or engaging in intimidation tactics, and instead added more fuel to the fire.”
That response struck many Democrats — Clinton and Sanders supporters alike — as tone-deaf.
“It’s very important for her to adopt a role of pouring oil on troubled waters. She did the opposite last week when she poured gasoline on the events that occurred in Nevada,” said Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-Ore.), the only member of the Senate who has endorsed Sanders.
Bill Moyers and Michael Winship, Democrats Can’t Unite Unless Wasserman Schultz Goes! Moyers & company 05/20/2016
Amy Sherman, Florida politicians and parties got $2.5 million from payday lenders, group says Miami Herald 05/10/2016
Greg Allen, Bernie Sanders Endorses The Man Trying To Unseat The Democratic Party Chair NPR/KQED 05/07/2016
Don't block limits on payday loans: Editorial Orlando Sentinel 04/26/2016
Bill Moyers and Michael Winship, Time for These Two Democrats to Go Moyers & company 03/22/2016
Bethany McLean (one of the best financial journalists), Payday Lending: Will Anything Better Replace It? The Atlantic May 2016