In doing so, he proved everything that Bruce A. Dixon, Margaret Kimberley and Glen Ford had previously said at BLACK AGENDA REPORT.
The 'great' campaign would end with Bernie being used to steer the sheep into Hillary's fold.
They warned repeatedly.
And they were right.
But Bernie's not going to be able to herd everybody into Hillary's camp.
No, not everyone's going to go marching into Hillary's camp.
In fact, it's going to be very hard for those who believed in what Bernie claimed he believed in to turn around stroll into Camp Hillary.
So what does that leave?
Some will take part in the long honored American pastime of not voting -- either for president or at all.
Others may be tempted by Jill Stein's campaign for the Green Party's presidential nomination.
But it's pretty clear that Bernie Sander's announcement that he would vote for Hillary Clinton ended his campaign.
Even if Hillary is indicted, Bernie's announcement makes it unlikely he could grab the nomination. No, his statement has pretty much cleared the path for Joe Biden to seize the nomination should Clinton get indicted prior to the convention.