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  • Pinebox (337 posts)
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    When Hillary supporters says primaries weren't rigged against Bernie

    Show them this.

     

    WYOMING.

     

    Bernie won the state by 12%.

     

    Hillary got 11 delegates.

    Bernie got 7 delegates.

     

     

    Welcome to the people getting bent over and getting screwed royally.

    Why the hell should people even bother voting? HER supporters say the system was never rigged against Bernie. BULLSHIT! And this is a prime example.

     

    Remember all those super delegates who pledged their loyalty to HER before Bernie even entered the race? We do. This is why SD’s need to go away, it’s a complete shit on the heads of people and voters.

     

    So the next time a supporter of HER says shit isn’t rigged, show them this;

     

    B Calm, farleftlib, OzoneTom and 25 othersDJ13, LiberalElite, GloriaMundi, pacalo, Tuesday, Pastiche, The Crone, 7wo7rees, cui bono, mrdmk, Haikugal, Bearian, Fordfairlanestl, WillyT, djean111, FordPrefect, Scuba, bbgrunt, daleanime, Port tack 8, Lucas Jackson, Mom Cat, LiberalArkie, WarrenPeace, Dragon Turtle like this

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    • daleanime (1787 posts)
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      1. Name a single 'fair' competition that starts…..

      with one of the competitors about a third of the way done.

      When the going gets tough, the tough take care of each other
      • Pinebox (337 posts)
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        14. Right? It's insane that people actually think there was no rigging

    • Astronaut Mike Dexter (670 posts)
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      2. The Democratic Party is a scam

      So who really cares if they have super delegates or not?

      It’s just a quagmire of identity wars with zero interest in addressing the problems facing the United States.

       

      • Pinebox (337 posts)
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        15. Unless of course you have a lot of money

        Then they hump your leg

    • Fordfairlanestl (306 posts)
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      3. One of my wife's best friends, a life long democrat,

      has indicated on many occasions that “He didn’t start early enough to get the recognition”. I always tell her the same story. I don’t think she listens.

      First of all, he started in early 2015, which was plenty of time. For the first 6-8 months he was completely ignored by the dems and the media. (Maybe received 1 minute airtime?) It was quite obvious they didn’t want any possibility of Bernie winning. And then the corruption by DWS and the DNC. Oh, it was fixed, big time., in many ways. Debate times seem to ring a bell. Finally he hits the road and get 28K in Portland. Hmmm. maybe he might win so they continued to shut him down from every angle.

      Naw, this wasn’t a corrupt, fixed primary, was it? Because of all this corruption, the queen prevailed. It was dirty politics at it’s worst.

      And now because of the dems total corruption and miscalculation of how this would turn out, we now have Trump instead of Bernie.

      We are so fucked for the next 4 years. God help us all.

      There is no one like Bernie Sanders. NO ONE!!!
      • Rosa Luxemburg (1075 posts)
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        6. The primary was stolen from Bernie

        Bernie should have complained more but he didn’t. He was probably threatened.

        The more that social democracy develops, grows, and becomes stronger, the more the enlightened masses of workers will take their own destinies, the leadership of their movement, and the determination of its direction into their own hands. Rosa Luxemburg.    
        • NUGrrl (173 posts)
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          21. I'll be more charitable and say —

          I think Sen. Sanders knew the schism in Democratic ranks was severe enough as it was — and he would ultimately be blamed for any disloyalties — so to make too big a deal would have made the schism all the more pronounced. In other words, I believe he was seeking party unity.

          Alas, the faction with whom he was seeking unity is not known for responding in kind.

          Yes,  I'm Progressive. Yes, I'm pro-2A. Yes, I'm the loyal opposition. Yes, that's my tattoo.
    • gordyfl (323 posts)
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      4. Then there's New Hampshire

      New Hampshire Election Results:

      Bernie – 60%

      Hillary – 38%

      Depending on which news source reporting, it’s

      Bernie 16 Delegates

      Hillary 15 Delegates

      or

      Bernie 16 Delegates

      Hillary 16 Delegates

      http://www.wmur.com/article/sanders-won-landslide-nh-democratic-primary-vote-but-clinton-ties-him-in-delegate-count/5208538

       

    • MistaP (4105 posts)
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      5. well, that and DWS and the other top officials fleeing after just one

      email was revealed

      http://forward.com/news/breaking-news/345881/wikileaks-shows-dnc-was-ready-to-play-the-jew-card-on-sanders/

      and Brazile giving Her the CNN questions ahead of time

      http://www.salon.com/2016/11/09/the-hillary-clinton-campaign-intentionally-created-donald-trump-with-its-pied-piper-strategy/ (Third Way = Bell Curve)
      • Mick Lady (174 posts)
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        16. This!

        I don’t know why this wasn’t given more exposure. I’m not Jewish, but I grew up in a family where I didn’t even know people were prejudice against Jews until I was in college! It’s all the Russians, the Russians. Well how about what was actually in the emails?!

        What fresh hell is this?
    • B Calm (752 posts)
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      7. Hillary lost Indiana to Bernie, but walked away with more delegates.

      http://wishtv.com/2016/05/06/hillary-clinton-loses-on-tuesday-leaves-indiana-with-more-delegates-than-sanders/

      “When I was a kid growing up, I think my instincts always were for the underdog.” – Bernie Sanders    
    • artis life (111 posts)
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      8. This is why I revel in the fact that she LOST the election

      I think Trump is bad but he is a lot more transparent than Hillary. She deserves to be slagged in the press and in the public opinion. I remember the 2008 and being on the Feminist sites and getting plummeled by PUMAS. I didn’t know how angry and self centered they were.

       

      Even now, they use the facade about helping other people but it is mainly a bunch of bots set on seeing their girl in the White House as the first woman president. Cult of personality. They are as deeply embarrassing as Trump supporters or Palin supporters. It is really all about them.

      • Cleita (1923 posts)
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        9. That's my position too.

        At least they are obvious as to what they are. With the Third Way Dems, they pretend to be and hide behind a liberal facade, so it’s harder for us to get at the truth of  where they stand and whom they are beholden to.

      • HawkeyeX (640 posts)
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        10. So I guess Hillaryis45.com is history then?

        Now to grab the domain Hillaryis46.com and sell it for 10,000,000, cash only.

         

        • Dragon Turtle (174 posts)
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          11. Zombie or

          a clone version of HRH will be US President after 2020 in 2021.  It doesn’t/won’t matter to the insane cult of camp weathervane hillbots, all that matters is a woman and in particular HRH gets the whitehouse.

          Unthinking respect for authority is the greatest enemy of truth - Albert Einstein "The masses have never thirsted after truth. Whoever can supply them with illusions is easily their master; whoever attempts to destroy their illusions is always their victim." Gustave Le Bon
      • Dragonfli (834 posts)
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        12. She lost the election largely, ironically, due to big$ and third way ideology

        As my unofficial “campaign post mortem” presumes to explain.

        “We must dissent from the indifference. We must dissent from the apathy. We must dissent from the fear, the hatred and the mistrust. We must dissent from a nation that has buried its head in the sand, waiting in vain for the needs of its poor, its elderly, and its sick to disappear and just blow away. We must dissent from a government that has left its young without jobs, education or hope. We must dissent from the poverty of vision and the absence of moral leadership. We must dissent because America can do better, because America has no choice but to do better.” Thurgood Marshall

          

          

        • NUGrrl (173 posts)
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          18. "She lost…due to big$ and third way ideology"

          That is the one silver lining to this otherwise dark cloud. The fact that big money lost — and lost bigly — might just undermine the notion that our servants have to prostitute themselves and disregard their constituents. They may suddenly realize they are actually free to represent The People.

          Oh, who am I kidding. Most of them are corrupt imbeciles who couldn’t hold down a 9 to 5 job selling ice water in Hell.

          Yes,  I'm Progressive. Yes, I'm pro-2A. Yes, I'm the loyal opposition. Yes, that's my tattoo.
    • FugitiveBirdie (1268 posts)
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      13. Let's not forget even the order of the State Primaries and Caucuses…

      … was rigged to help Hillary.

      And yes that was proven by the emails but was obvious even without them.

    • TRex (1822 posts)
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      17. They don't care, they are still busy trying to find a scapegoat for her loss.

      Right now they are turning on each other, it is sad and funny to watch.

      I never promised you a rose garden.
    • Badger Badger (78 posts)
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      19. What else could Henry Kissinger's BFF say?

      There is a RICO case in the works against the perpetrators of election fraud in the primaries.  It has been filed by Cliff Arnebeck in Ohio.  He does not play.  Remember KKKarl Rove’s fabulous meltdown on election night 2012?  He threw a temper tantrum insising he had “the math” after Ohio was called for Obama.

      Here is why he thought he could AGAIN flip the state (Remember, in 2004 Kerry was winning Ohio, the computer vote tabulators crashed and when they came back online, Dur Chimpfuhrer was declared the “winner”).

      Did an Election Day Lawsuit Stop Karl Rove’s Vote-Rigging Scheme in Ohio?

      I have talked to Atty. Arnebeck periodically about his work here.  His latest filings implicate Karl Rove and his tech guru in the fraudulent Clinton primaries this cycle.  At first, he thought Clinton was unaware and ws just being used.  Now, he sees this differently (but I do not speak for him so will not try to summarize his position at this time).

      I will work on a post about this, but will wait a couple of weeks and check-in with Arnebeck first to see what the lasted developments are.  Right now, he is advocating for action before the January 5th EC vote which installs our new dictator (perhaps for life?!?!)

       

      Badger, badger, badger, badger, badger, badger, badger, badger, badger, badger, Argh! Snake, a snake! Snaaake! A snaaaake, oooh its a snake!
    • Aya Reiko (18 posts)
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      20. And yet the Hillbots…

      And yet the Hillbots have been throwing a temper tantrum harping the line that she won the popular vote while losing the election.

      Karma, mothabitches?

      • Snort McDork (1808 posts)
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        22. Whenever I ride my bike through the university campus here I think of

        …the Progressive Students chapter who campaigned and worked for Bernie. I attended a couple of their meetings. But there was a problem and it wasn’t known to me until after the Convention. One of the people who was a part of that student group was elected as a delegate who went to the convention.

        What did this little shit do? He voted for Killary.

        But now I have the thought of how this little twerp POS is feeling after pulling this stunt at the convention.

        Having Trump elected-instead of Killary makes me wish I could rub it in his face if I ever saw him again. Though I despise Chump, this POS delegate did not get his way of voting for Killary instead of Bernie. He was a sneaky shill who thought he had us over a barrel thinking he supported Bernie. But everything backfired on him.

        The joke is on him.

    • Puglover (149 posts)
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      23. I think the larger point here

      is THEY DON’T CARE. Nor would Hillary. Winning was everything no matter how corrupt and nasty the path to the win.

      DWS proved this very clearly.

      Never underestimate the persistence of a bored sociopath.
    • FanBoy (7113 posts)
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      24. am i doing the math wrong? 56% of 18 = 10, 44% = 8

      those delegate counts for Bernie & Hillary are about backwards, right?

      or maybe it’s precinct by precinct rather than by total vote I bet

      • OzoneTom (635 posts)
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        25. And that's just pledged delegates

        Considering that the Democrat PLEO and Lobbyist superdelegates were nearly all votes for Her — even against the little people in states who supported Senator Sanders and his agenda.

        Pleased to have matching hands and feet.