US Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is stalling for time, hoping frontrunner Hillary Clinton is indicted over her lingering email scandal, an American political analyst and activist says.
Myles Hoenig, a Green Party candidate for Congress, made the remarks in a phone interview with Press TV on Sunday, after Sanders said his campaign won’t necessarily be over if he doesn’t win the California primary on June 7.
“Obviously, if we don’t do well in California, it will make our path much, much harder. No question about it. But I think we have a good chance to winning California, maybe win big, and maybe win four or five of the other states that are off on June 7th,” Sanders said.
Sanders called California the “big enchilada” in his bid to overtake Clinton.
“California might be the ‘big enchilada’ for Sanders but it also looks like he’s stalling for time. Saying that it’s not over with California (and technically it isn’t until…