Hillary Clinton asserts she has secured 1 billion superdelegates, and says it does not matter how Americans vote.
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WASHINGTON (The Nil Admirari) - Today, Democratic presidential candidate and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announced she had locked the support of 1 billion superdelegates, and demanded U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont concede. Both Clinton and Sanders remain tied at 51 actual delegates - based on actual voting - less than a week before the Democratic presidential primary election in South Carolina.
"I have the support of 1 billion superdelegates. It is time for Bernie Sanders to concede the Democratic presidential nomination to me," declared Clinton, who also told the press Democratic National Committee (DNC) Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz would be unavailable for comment until Wednesday, November 9th.
Clinton continued, "Let's not worry about where that billion came from. It's all completely legitimate, and a testament to our great country's proud democratic tradition. I am ready to go out there and probably lose to Donald Trump."
"So, once again, I urge Bernie Sanders to concede the Democratic presidential nomination to me. There is no reason to see what the voters actually want in later primary states. Or any, really," explained Clinton.
Secretary Clinton refused to answer TNA's inquiry regarding what type of math she used to obtain 1 billion superdelegates in a country of just over 320 million people.
"That must be the type of math they have been using on Wall Street for the last four decades," replied Bernie Sanders when asked for comment.