On last night's "Full Frontal," Samantha Bee did what many of us have been too afraid to do -- she attempted to pick the brains of Bernie Sanders supporters, who are still convinced the nation is going to #FeelTheBern. (She's hilarious -- and has quickly become the go-to Jon Stewart replacement.) Here's the thing about why people are starting to look at you like you're delusional: If there truly were this groundswell of support for Bernie Sanders that, according to his fans, would then carry through to Capitol Hill and completely start a revolution and change the status quo, then he would actually be winning. (I know surrounding yourself with 30,000 adoring fans can warp your view of reality, but you're totally not winning, by any measure.) You'd be winning and it wouldn't matter if Hillary Clinton had started out as the presumptive nominee. It wouldn't matter who the superdelegates wanted. It wouldn't matter who the DNC lined up to support from the get-go. You know who you can ask to see if what I'm saying is true? Hillary Clinton.
Note that the guy who is asked what three things he'd like Sanders to do first if elected president names three things the president is not empowered to do!