DENVER — I was planning on covering a pro-Hillary Clinton march this morning to see if there were any more dead-enders than I was able to run into yesterday.
When I arrived at the designated departure point for the march just three minutes after the 11:45 a.m. start time, I saw only about 15-20 people, mostly women carrying “Hillary for President” signs, and one holding a life-sized cardboard cutout of the Senator from New York.
“The police made them leave at 11:15!,” grumbled a woman carrying a clip board. “They probably are worried about conflict.”
She then led the group in a frenzied attempt to catch up with the other Clinton supporters who left 30 minutes earlier, though apparently nobody had any way of getting in touch with the other group, and weren’t totally on top of Denver geography.
So, maybe there are millions of Clinton dead-enders ready to defect to McCain in November. But if there are, I’m certainly having trouble finding them in large numbers here in Denver, and they don’t seem to be all that well organized.
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