Courtesy of ABC News:WATCH: @NancyPelosi tells @GMA she voted for @HillaryClinton in the #CAPrimary and is "proud to endorse her" https://t.co/ETTi85qA8Z— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) June 7, 2016
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi endorsed Hillary Clinton for president this morning on "Good Morning America" before her home state's primary today.
"I'm a voter in California and I have voted for Hillary Clinton for president of the United States and proud to endorse her for that position," the Democratic superdelegate said, though adding "it's not over until it's over."
Pelosi went on to say nice things about Bernie Sanders and said that it is important to wait for Californians to cast their vote before declaring victory.
But of course it really isn't.
And finally even the Sanders supporters in California are beginning to see that.
Bernie Sanders continued to campaign in delegate-rich California on Monday, ahead of that state's Democratic presidential primary Tuesday, even after The Associated Press declared Hillary Clinton the presumptive Democratic nominee.
And even though the candidate refused to acknowledge the news in a Monday night outdoor rally and concert with the Golden Gate Bridge as backdrop, the entire night, something was a little off.
Walking up, you could hear people telling their friends, and themselves, that they knew Sanders was going to lose the nomination.
I was beginning to wonder if these Bernie Bros had any connection to reality whatsoever.
I have to say that personally I look forward to never writing about Bernie Sanders again. I am actually more tired of writing about him than I am of writing about Sarah Palin after over eight years of doing so.