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Sandrocksonic On November 04, 2019




Randallstown, Maryland
#1New Post! Nov 04, 2017 @ 04:35:46
Infowars first to break nomination theft – get next year’s news today here at Infowars.com!

Kit Daniels | Infowars.com - November 3, 2017

Several high-level Democrats, including ex-DNC head Donna Brazile, confirmed that President Trump and Infowars were right about how Hillary Clinton stole the nomination from Bernie Sanders, which in itself confirms an Infowars prediction that Democrats would soon sacrifice Clinton.

In Aug. 2016, then-candidate Trump echoed an emergency message from Alex Jones warning that Clinton would try to steal the presidency just as she had stolen the Democratic nomination from Bernie Sanders.

“I think it was rigged against Bernie Sanders with his superdelegates nonsense,” Trump said.

Only a few days before, Jones asked Trump to make an issue out of it.

“Crooked Hillary Clinton has openly stolen the nomination from Bernie Sanders,” Jones said on July 30, 2016. “Mr. Trump, I’m not going to lay things out that you already know, but I am going to ask you to seriously think about making the issue of Hillary’s election fraud in the [Democratic] primaries one of the central issues to defeating her in November.”




Throughout the 2016 campaign, Infowars documented Clinton’s takeover of the Democratic Party and the outright theft of the nomination from Sanders, including this gem of a video from Feb. 2016 in which a Democratic superdelegate told Infowars reporter Richard Reeves how Hillary would be crowned regardless of Bernie’s surging support:



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Erimitus On 29 minutes ago




The mind of God, Antarctica
#2New Post! Nov 04, 2017 @ 05:13:19
@Sandrocksonic Said

Infowars first to break nomination theft – get next year’s news today here at Infowars.com!

Kit Daniels | Infowars.com - November 3, 2017

Several high-level Democrats, including ex-DNC head Donna Brazile, confirmed that President Trump and Infowars were right about how Hillary Clinton stole the nomination from Bernie Sanders, which in itself confirms an Infowars prediction that Democrats would soon sacrifice Clinton.

In Aug. 2016, then-candidate Trump echoed an emergency message from Alex Jones warning that Clinton would try to steal the presidency just as she had stolen the Democratic nomination from Bernie Sanders.

“I think it was rigged against Bernie Sanders with his superdelegates nonsense,” Trump said.

Only a few days before, Jones asked Trump to make an issue out of it.

“Crooked Hillary Clinton has openly stolen the nomination from Bernie Sanders,” Jones said on July 30, 2016. “Mr. Trump, I’m not going to lay things out that you already know, but I am going to ask you to seriously think about making the issue of Hillary’s election fraud in the [Democratic] primaries one of the central issues to defeating her in November.”




Throughout the 2016 campaign, Infowars documented Clinton’s takeover of the Democratic Party and the outright theft of the nomination from Sanders, including this gem of a video from Feb. 2016 in which a Democratic superdelegate told Infowars reporter Richard Reeves how Hillary would be crowned regardless of Bernie’s surging support:



Read More Here



I have heard it suggested that Sanders cost Hillary the election. When you think about it actually Hillary cost Sanders the election.
nooneinparticular On about 10 hours ago




, Hawaii
#3New Post! Nov 04, 2017 @ 06:03:05
Whelp since we've heard the rights take lets see the lefts.

Vox on Brazile's 'bombshell'
nooneinparticular On about 10 hours ago




, Hawaii
#4New Post! Nov 04, 2017 @ 06:13:27
@Erimitus Said

I have heard it suggested that Sanders cost Hillary the election. When you think about it actually Hillary cost Sanders the election.


Honestly I think it more likely that them attempting to draw from the same pool cost both of them the required votes. Bernie supporters were pissed at the end of the DNC primary when Hillary was named the nominee. Yeah the rumors, and I suppose now the sourced information, about the rigging of the DNC didn't help matters any, but I hesitate to say that sans that the primary would have gone to Bernie. Not a lot of Bernie supporters were going to vote for Hillary, despite Bernie urging them to do so. Maybe Hillary supporters might have voted for Bernie had Bernie won the Primary, but I'm not convinced that they wouldn't have just stayed home or voted Republican just out of spite anyway. Voter turnout was not exactly good in this last cycle after all.
Erimitus On 29 minutes ago




The mind of God, Antarctica
#5New Post! Nov 04, 2017 @ 12:32:19
@nooneinparticular Said

Honestly I think it more likely that them attempting to draw from the same pool cost both of them the required votes. Bernie supporters were pissed at the end of the DNC primary when Hillary was named the nominee. Yeah the rumors, and I suppose now the sourced information, about the rigging of the DNC didn't help matters any, but I hesitate to say that sans that the primary would have gone to Bernie. Not a lot of Bernie supporters were going to vote for Hillary, despite Bernie urging them to do so. Maybe Hillary supporters might have voted for Bernie had Bernie won the Primary, but I'm not convinced that they wouldn't have just stayed home or voted Republican just out of spite anyway. Voter turnout was not exactly good in this last cycle after all.



yeah...
chaski On about 16 hours ago
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Tree at Floydgirrl's Window,
#6New Post! Nov 04, 2017 @ 15:47:06
Also in 2016, the Cleveland Indians lost the World Series.
chaski On about 16 hours ago
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Tree at Floydgirrl's Window,
#7New Post! Nov 04, 2017 @ 15:52:00
@Erimitus Said

I have heard it suggested that Sanders cost Hillary the election. When you think about it actually Hillary cost Sanders the election.



Or Trump cost the Democrats the election.
bobbimay On about 10 hours ago




Tucson, Arizona
#8New Post! Nov 04, 2017 @ 17:23:57
@nooneinparticular Said

Honestly I think it more likely that them attempting to draw from the same pool cost both of them the required votes. Bernie supporters were pissed at the end of the DNC primary when Hillary was named the nominee. Yeah the rumors, and I suppose now the sourced information, about the rigging of the DNC didn't help matters any, but I hesitate to say that sans that the primary would have gone to Bernie. Not a lot of Bernie supporters were going to vote for Hillary, despite Bernie urging them to do so. Maybe Hillary supporters might have voted for Bernie had Bernie won the Primary, but I'm not convinced that they wouldn't have just stayed home or voted Republican just out of spite anyway. Voter turnout was not exactly good in this last cycle after all.



@Erimitus Said

yeah...


Quote:
Voter turnout was not exactly good in this last cycle after all.


ya might want to rethink that...

2016 vote total....138.8
2012 vote total....130.2
2008 vote total....132.6

So the Trump election had 6 million votes cast then the obama "historical" election...

https://www.electproject.org/home/voter-turnout/voter-turnout-data
Erimitus On 29 minutes ago




The mind of God, Antarctica
#9New Post! Nov 04, 2017 @ 18:14:54
@chaski Said

Or Trump cost the Democrats the election.



indeed
nooneinparticular On about 10 hours ago




, Hawaii
#10New Post! Nov 04, 2017 @ 19:08:12
@bobbimay Said

ya might want to rethink that...

2016 vote total....138.8
2012 vote total....130.2
2008 vote total....132.6

So the Trump election had 6 million votes cast then the obama "historical" election...

https://www.electproject.org/home/voter-turnout/voter-turnout-data


I mean sure if you want to define about 50% of the voting population as 'good' then yes the voting turnout was good. I however don't think that a 50% voter turnout is good regardless of the numbers in years beforehand.
chaski On about 16 hours ago
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Tree at Floydgirrl's Window,
#11New Post! Nov 04, 2017 @ 19:51:25
Per Wikipedia...

Election VAP Turnout %Turnout

1992 189,493,000 104,600,000 55.2%
1996 196,789,000 96,390,000 49.0%
2000 209,787,000 105,594,000 50.3%
2004 219,553,000 122,349,000 55.7%
2008 229,945,000 131,407,000 58.2%
2012 235,248,000 129,235,000 54.9%
2016 250,056,000 138,847,000 55.5% (estimated)

Statistics are fun... gross numbers vs percentages...
bob_the_fisherman On February 22, 2020
Anatidaephobic





, Angola
#12New Post! Nov 05, 2017 @ 04:29:58
@chaski Said

Statistics are fun... gross numbers vs percentages...


gross numbers...? Is this a veiled reference to the link between obesity and support for Hillary?

If 'one man one vote' was replaced with "one pound one vote" I am led to believe that Swillary would have won in a landslide... or, earthquake, perhaps.
chaski On about 16 hours ago
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Tree at Floydgirrl's Window,
#13New Post! Nov 05, 2017 @ 16:40:39
@bob_the_fisherman Said

gross numbers...? Is this a veiled reference to the link between obesity and support for Hillary?

If 'one man one vote' was replaced with "one pound one vote" I am led to believe that Swillary would have won in a landslide... or, earthquake, perhaps.


Really? Trump is fairly fat himself.
bob_the_fisherman On February 22, 2020
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, Angola
#14New Post! Nov 05, 2017 @ 20:47:17
@chaski Said

Really? Trump is fairly fat himself.



y u haz no hoomar?

It was a joke dude, chillax
chaski On about 16 hours ago
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Tree at Floydgirrl's Window,
#15New Post! Nov 05, 2017 @ 21:38:28
@bob_the_fisherman Said

It was a joke dude, I am actually in love with Hillary


Yes, I think you are.
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