In a Wednesday speech before a raucous Maine crowd, Sen. Bernie Sanders slammed political pundits for “being wrong since day one.”
After reading out to attendants his results in his home state of Vermont — winning by 72 percent, Sanders tore into pundits.
“Now giving the fact the pundits have been wrong since day one, almost everything they have reported about this campaign has turned out to be inaccurate. I am very very excited when I read in The Washington Post today from some writer who said that ‘all the pundits are calling the race for Clinton,'” Sanders said.
He continued, “That means we’re probably going to win in a landslide!”
While Sanders has certainly surpassed predictions about how his campaign would fare, he still faces a difficult obstacle to overcome with Clinton’s strong lead in the delegate count, mainly buoyed by her support from Democrat superdelegates. (RELATED: Poli Sci Prof: Sanders’ Nomination Would Be ‘Herculean Task’)