Technically he isn't out of the race he is just suspending his campaign, correct? I do not support Bernie or Biden, so I am not saying this to try and convince people to still go out and vote for him, I just don't like dishonest journalism. When I initially saw the news on Twitter it kept saying he "dropped out of the race" but when I went to see the announcement and look into more articles about it, I started to see he was only suspending his campaign and is still on the ballot and I think it is incredibly scummy to see so many publishers try and trick readers into thinking he is completely out of the race.
All that said, I do not support Bernie or Biden and I firmly believe that Trump is going to get re-elected. I think most people could see the writing on the wall that Bernie was gonna do this sooner or later, except all the Bernie Bros who refused to acknowledge numbers and only listen to their echo chamber of supporters which created a skewed perception of the number of Bernie supporters in their heads. This is a really really common phenomena and the most prominent example in my head right now is that earlier this semester in my Human Sexuality class I am taking, the professor asked the class to guess how many LGBTQ people make up the population in the United States and a majority of the class guessed numbers close to 40% or more because all their friends are LGBTQ and they only follow LGBTQ social media and such, so they were shocked when they learned the answer is somewhere below 5%. I don't mean to get into the topic of LGBTQ people, I do support them, but that whole situation is the clearest comparison I could think of with this whole situation of supporters who seemed shocked by a decision that was truthfully expected by many.