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:
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