MSNBC's Gabe Gutierrez catches up with one protester among "thousands" marching outside the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. The woman was holding up a sign that read "Release The Transcripts." The woman said she hoped Sanders would rescind his endorsement of Clinton and throw his support behind Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein.
The protester said four years of Donald Trump getting nothing done is better than a Hillary Clinton presidency. She said she preferred Trump to Clinton because "Trump is less dangerous." Also after four years of Trump they will have a better chance to nominate a progressive candidate whereas a Clinton presidency will guarantee at least 8 years of a non-progressive Democratic party candidate.
"Personally, I feel that her platform has every opportunity to pass because she's really a Republican," the protester said. "Whereas Trump is hated by his own base and I think four years of Trump getting nothing done is better."
"So tell me, what happens now? you know, could you see yourself voting for Hillary Clinton?" Gutierrez asked.
"Absolutely not," she answered. "Never."
Gutierrez interviewed several other protesters who said they will vote for Jill Stein or not even vote at all.
"My vote needs to go somewhere that will prevent Hillary Clinton from being elected to office," one protester later told Gutierrez.
Transcript of the exchange where the protester says a "a superdelegate vote for Hillary is a vote for Trump."
GUTIERREZ, MSNBC: So tell me, what is your reaction to everything that's been going on in week and at the convention. This e-mail scandal, what do you think?
PROTESTER: Well, I think it just confirms what we felt all along. That Bernie's campaign has been undermined from the purportedly impartial media. Sorry. And the DNC itself.
GUTIERREZ: So tell me, what happens now? You know, could you see yourself voting for Hillary Clinton?
PROTESTER: Absolutely not. Never.
GUTIERREZ: So then what's the alternative? Who do you think you'll vote for?
PROTESTER: I think I'll vote for Jill Stein. I'm going to watch the polling number's and pray that if the superdelegates don't pick the strongest candidate, that Bernie will throw his support behind Jill Stein.
GUTIERREZ: Many Hillary Clinton supporters will say, 'Look, a vote for a third party candidate could essentially be seen as a vote for Donald Trump.' Are you okay with that?
PROTESTER: I think a superdelegate vote for Hillary is in fact a superdelegate vote for Trump. I agree that if you put Hillary as our candidate, there's a lot of us that aren't Democrats that will not vote for her.
Personally, I feel that her platform has every opportunity to pass because she's really a Republican. Whereas Trump is hated by his own base and I think four years of Trump getting nothing done is better -- really eight years because Hillary will automatically be the nominee in four years -- so we'll have eight years without a progressive candidate.
GUTIERREZ: A lot of folks here told me they want a third party candidate, however you were telling me just a few minutes ago, you actually prefer Donald Trump to Hillary Clinton?
PROTESTER: I would prefer Donald Trump. I would like, I want Jill Stein, absolutely or Bernie Sanders, beyond that, I think that Trump is less dangerous.