The Huffington Post sums up the fall of Bernie Sanders today:

‘Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) said in an interview Wednesday that he had no knowledge of multiple allegations that members of his 2016 presidential campaign harassed or discriminated against female campaign workers. The claims have been circulating in recent weeks as the lawmaker mulls a second bid for the White House.

In an interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper, Sanders said that his campaign for the Democratic nomination, which he lost to rival Hillary Clinton, exploded in size over several months as his team hired more than 1,200 employees. Sanders suggested that disorganization may have led to instances of inappropriate behavior within his campaign.

“I’m not going to sit here and tell you that we did everything right in terms of human resources, in terms of addressing the needs that I’m hearing from now, that women felt disrespected, that there was sexual harassment which was not dealt with as effectively as possible,” said Sanders, who is actively cultivating support for a 2020 bid.’

That’s not surprising to the staff at Kwotable, as we have always viewed Sanders as a big fake.