"Despite a string of victories, the delegate math is inescapable." So starts a Vanity Fair piece about Bernie Sander's presidential run.
Lots of people are "feeling the Bern," but if you look at the numbers, it seems like Bernie won't be able to win the nomination. After the New York primary, where Clinton is projected to win, it may become an inescapable fact.
Bernie has been leading the charge for a political revolution, and his supporters say a contested convention is all but certain. Is it time for Bernie to give up?