Bernie Sanders Campaign Reveals Superdelegate Votes Decided by Arm Wrestling

With Hillary Clinton’s lead growing in the race for the Democratic nomination for president, the Sanders campaign has leaked a political bombshell: Secret Democratic National Committee (DNC) rules stipulate that superdelegate endorsements be decided by arm wrestling matches between leading candidates.

“At some point at the beginning of the campaign one of my interns made the shocking discovery that union endorsements would be decided by a standard-format arm wrestling match,” said an anonymous Sanders aide. “I was quite alarmed. Bernie is 74 and suffering from chronic osteoporosis. Hillary lifts and runs daily. To be frank, Bernie is lucky to have any superdelegates at this point.”

Speculating that all of this may have been inspired by the infamous coin-toss showdowns, the same Sanders aide also revealed that union endorsements have been decided in the same fashion.

Clinton’s camp declined to comment specifically, but released a prepared statement indicating that arm wrestling is preferable to the GOP practice of deciding corporate billionaire endorsements via underground “fight clubs.”

*Organized Garlic is a satirical blog and a product of Labor 411.org.
All articles are fictitious. Have fun!

Get the latest Product Spotlights, labor blogs and more with the Labor 411 enewsletter

Buy Labor 411

Subscribe to the Nations largest union directory and blog site!


By submitting this form, you are consenting to receive marketing emails from: Senders Communications Group, 21201 Victory Blvd. #235, Canoga Park, CA, 91303, http://www.sendersgroup.com. You can revoke your consent to receive emails at any time by using the SafeUnsubscribe® link, found at the bottom of every email. Emails are serviced by Constant Contact

Featured Posts:

San Francisco Airline Workers Rally for Living Wages on Global Day of Action

By Paul Burton Members of Service Employees International Union-United Service Workers West (SEIU-USWW) rallied at San Francisco International Airport (SFO) ...
Read More

Amazon’s New $15 Wage Is The Third Major Victory By American Workers This Year

The news today that Amazon is raising its minimum wage to $15 an hour caught most people by surprise. It ...
Read More
The Westin

Leave a Reply