Hillary Clinton appears to have eked out a win in Kentucky, by as few as a couple of thousand votes.
Unfortunately, turnout was characterized as light. Fortunately, it was also characterized as uneventful.
I have to believe a lot of Kentuckians figure this thing is over and didn't bother. I doubt that was the case in Oregon, where Bernie would naturally have a lot more support, and I doubt that will be the case in California, which as we know is filled with political animals. These are generalizations, but so are lots of other truths.
Not exactly a ringing endorsement for her to win by so little, but better than losing.
Trump is already harassing Hillary for winning a rigged primary. “Rigged”—this coming from a man whose personality could best be described as one of those morbidly obese, chuckling fat cats found in 1800s political cartoons.
Welp, math (in the primaries, in the electoral college) is on Hillary's side, but we're going to have to hope that people suddenly decide they like such a hated school subject!
On another note, Bernie's statement regarding the deplorable behavior of some of his followers in Nevada is as deplorable as the behavior itself—he can't even bring himself to say it was wrong for people to act like Tea Party nut jobs? Come on, Bernie, you're better than that. Demanding that we respect the people barking “bitch” at Sen. Barbara Boxer? Nope.
So much for Bernie's supporters who said he would bow out gracefully eventually and help be a uniter. Not happening.