Things were awkward at the Democratic National Convention Monday night, as TV cameras zeroed in on weeping Bernie Sanders supporters, including one fellow in a rather appropriate Peter Pan hat, as they watched their hero address the crowd and throw his support behind Hillary Clinton.

Tuesday was declared a triumph of unity, with the exception of non-stop protest marches outside the convention hall and a walkout after Clinton’s official nomination via roll call. Many of those who walked out of the Wells Fargo Center in protest headed for the media tent, where they staged an occupation. Police quickly rolled up an enforced some unity, locking down the media tent, trapping some inside and others out.

Things were weird enough with the clown noses and taped-up mouths, but Star Wars cosplay?

Sorry, but after being struck down by the Clinton machine, Bernie merged with the Democrat Party, becoming less powerful than you can possibly imagine.

Meanwhile, those trapped inside the media tent were attempting something that looked like the climax of “Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.”

That’s the understatement of the day.

Silent protests are the best protests: