Mitchell: Well, your colleague Elizabeth Warren could not have been more effusive in her embrace of Hillary Clinton. Do you share her enthusiasm for Hillary Clinton and her praise for Hillary Clinton's progressive policies?Aaaaaaand I'm out. Because I cannot stand to listen to the same shit for one more second to transcribe another four and a half minutes of it.
Sanders: Well, what I am going to do Andrea, is everything that I can to see that Donald Trump does not become President of the United States. That would be a disaster for our country and, in fact, the world. Right now, we are working with Secretary Clinton trying to hammer out some very important language on some of the most important issues facing this country. To me, what politics is about is not just electing candidates; it's about transforming this country; about dealing with the decline of the American middle class and massive levels of income and wealth inequality; dealing with climate change; dealing with the need to make sure that all of our young people have the opportunity to go to college, when we make public colleges and universities tuition-free. Those are issues that have to be dealt with, in my mind, by the Democratic platform and by Secretary Clinton. And we look forward to working with the Clinton campaign to bring that forward.
Mitchell: You said you were going to vote for her, when asked on Morning Joe on Friday. What about endorsing her? Do you see a distinction between voting for her and endorsing her? Or are they one and the same?
Sanders: No, they're not one and the same. What I am trying to do now, in a variety of ways, is to see that we have a Democratic platform that represents working families, that is prepared to take on the fossil fuel industry, and Wall Street. And, by the way, in the Democratic platform passed in St. Louis, very strong language about breaking up the major banks on Wall Street, passing a—
At one point, Mitchell asks him again when the hell is he going to endorse her, to which he replies by telling her that she's asking the wrong question. "I think—you're asking, I think, with all due respect, Andrea, the wrong question. It's not a question of my endorsement. It's a question of the American people understanding that Secretary Clinton is prepared to stand with them as they work longer hours for low wages, as they cannot afford health care, as their kids can't afford to go to college. Make it clear that she is on their side..."
Yeah, so, Sanders continues to claim that he's doing "everything he can" to defeat Donald Trump, but that apparently includes refusing to endorse the only person who stands between Trump and the White House, and implying that she might not be on the side of working people.
I can't with this guy anymore. I fucking can't.