And, of course, though Bernie made a disparaging sound, he had no examples, because there are none. And if you think about it, why would there be? As a professor, I talk in lots of places about social media and their impact. Sometimes I receive nice fees (not as hefty as Hillary's, but nice, for a professor). Does this mean I agree with or support the political views of the places where I speak? Hey, I'm a Professor at Fordham University, a great Jesuit university, but that doesn't mean I follow the Church's bidding on all of its views. Sometimes our views in are in agreement, as in opposition to capital punishment. Other times they are not. I am in favor of a women's right to decide what to do with her body, when she becomes pregnant. The fact that I receive money from Fordham University, make a large part of my living as a professor, does not mean I am an advocate of all of views of the institution which is at its foundation.
By the way, I agree with some of Bernie's views vis-a-vis Clinton's. Bernie is against capital punishment, as am I. I also agree with Bernie's call for free higher public education for everyone who wants it.
But I'm bothered by the "smear" from Bernie's campaign, as Hillary put it, that she's somehow a pawn of the establishment, on their leash, when in fact she's spent a lifetime fighting for the rights of children, women, people who can't afford decent health care, and others who have been victimized by the establishment that both Hillary and Bernie oppose.