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MELTDOWN: Bernie Dieheards Hilarious Reaction To Nevada Loss!

You’ve probably heard of the website Reddit.com, which describes itself as the “front page of the internet.” It’s one of the world’s most popular websites, garnering over 100 million page views a month.

One of the more liberal parts of the site is its political forum, /r/politics, which over three million of the site’s users follow. According to one study, 40% of the webtraffic related to Bernie Sanders can be traced to Reddit (and /r/politics in particular.

When Sanders lost the Nevada primary to Clinton, it became even more clear that Clinton truly is the inevitable nominee. Some of the breakdowns that echoed through /r/politics that night are too good not to share:

H/T Imgur

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