Monday, July 25, 2016

Buckle Up

After the recent wikileaks release of tens of thousands of damning emails regarding the biased conduct of the Democratic national committee, the Democratic National Convention is off to a bumpy start.

Months ago, the Bernie Sanders Campaign made statements calling out Wasserman for her HRC bias which she, and the Clinton Campaign, adamantly and repeatedly denied.  The most recent evidence of the DNC scandal proves that not only is Debbie Wasserman unfit to hold the position of DNC chair due to her pathetically lacking moral code, but that her dishonesty is fit for only one thing; a top position on Hillary Clintons campaign.

Is anyone else dumbfounded by the implications of such a move by HRC? DWS steps down as DNC chair for corruption and is immediately hired by HRC and backed by Obama himself with high praise and glittering references?

Excuse me while I vomit.

It only seemed to add insult to injury when this morning, in Sanders opening address to his delegation, he reiterated his earlier support for a Hillary Clinton Presidency.

Perhaps he is still playing by the rules and making the necessary statements to assure he is not stripped of his speaking slots throughout the convention, but it’s not an easy pill to swallow for the Sanders supporters who are watching concrete evidence come to light about the corruption in the DNC. Evidence that the DNC is guilty of undermining the entire democratic primary in favor of Hillary Clinton with no apparent repercussions.

Bernie Sanders may not be able to scream aloud for justice against the corrupt political party, but his delegation certainly is, and so are millions of his supporters.

Directly after Bernie’s speech Jane Sanders was heard on the still hot mike saying what sounds like, “They don’t know your name has been put in nomination. That’s the concern.”  

It may be a small consolation after an epically disappointing speech, but It IS only day one after all. By the end of the week we’ll know whether the die hard Bernie supporters will get to vote for him in November on the Democratic ticket, or whether they will ultimately be the new foundation of the Green Party for Jill Stein.

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