Believe it our not, there is even a report of Sanders' supporters holding a bean supper, asking attendees to load up on the gaseous food so that they can greet Hillary with an odor representing just how much her candidacy stinks. And, of course, as a Bernie trademark it will be a free supper. You really can't make this up.
And now word has also come out that the Philadelphia Police Union has filed a major letter of protest with the DNC about the special place being given to family members of the murderers of so many police officers in recent years in America. The union rightly stated that it is an absolute disgrace that Clinton and her party would pander to these people while ignoring the criminal activities that they committed and the death of those who work diligently to protect the good people of this nation. It is likely that the Democrats will learn the hard way that blue lives really do matter and now the Dems are trying to quell that outrage by offering a few words for the police.
But here's the icing on the cake. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the leader of the DNC and one who worked so hard to guarantee Clinton her coronation, announced that she will resign from the party chair at the conclusion of the convention. The Wikileaks uproar caught up with her and she will take the fall, plus she now will go home to face a formidable challenge to her own congressional seat. Trying to minimize the damage, she met this morning for breakfast with the Florida Democratic delegation to a cacophony of boos, jeers and cat calls. Sorry, Debbie, but all the rumors about what you were doing have now been proven to be true.
So we're just warming up, folks, and tonight's opening session should add more heat to the fire. Speakers tonight will include Michelle Obama herself, Elizabeth Warren and even Bernie. As you're listening, compare what you hear to what was said at last week's Republican session, minus the punditry raves, and it should be very clear (if you are a red blooded God fearing American) that you don't want any part of what Hillary and company have to offer.
Maybe we can look back later and call it either the "Comedy Hour"or the "Little House of Horrors". Either way, it should make your decision for November very easy.