As Bernie Sanders moved Tuesday evening that the Democratic National Convention nominate Hillary Clinton for president, he managed to cast in stone a historic moment in American history.

Reporters covering the convention noted that the chants and protests that had marred Monday’s gathering were largely absent, and Sanders’ concession at last brought unity to a divided party.

That really was a beautiful show of unity, with the notable exception of the die-hard Sanders supporters who staged a mass walkout.

How much coverage will the walkout garner from the mainstream media? Bernie Sanders supporters who left the convention center in protest shouldn’t be difficult to find, seeing as they’ve stormed the media tent.

There’s so much unity, the police have moved in.