So, the DNC gets away with cheating against Bernie Sanders on behalf of Hillary Clinton, because the DNC is a private organization…
but when some Russians allegedly interfere with Hillary Clinton’s campaign,
Robert Mueller indicts them with defrauding the US government?
But we thought the DNC and Hillary were private entities, and were not the US government?
can someone reconcile this for us?
Inside Hillary Clinton’s Secret Takeover of the DNC
who is ? en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Donna_Brazile
Republic vs Democracy
— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) February 2, 2018
just because one group is Russians, doesn’t change the fact that they DNC and the Hillary campaign were private entities, and were NOT “the US government”
how does the US government even have standing in this case?
1) Donna Brazile giving the questions to Clinton before the debate.
These are just the corruption in Nevada. Imagine the corruption in other states which I am willing to provide if asked.
2) Nevada Dem Convention They locked out Bernie representatives and voted more than an hour early & disqualified Bernie delegates.
When people contested the vote they brought in Roberta Lange she held a quick phony Yea or nea where she clearly ignored the crowd. She runs off the stage as 12 deputies block the stage & exits so people can’t leave with her. www.youtube.com/watch?v=3XEQUBtUoGs
They initially try to stall the vote until late night with no food breaks starving out the Bernie people. Also old school democrats doing some creative counting when assigning delegates:
Nevada Dem executive board changes bylaws to elect it’s executive members ‘for life”.
Superdelegate Erin Bilbray expands on the corruption of Nevada Dem Convention: www.youtube.com/watch?v=DynUsH2FXUs
Paris Casino Caucus Leader Makes Two Huge ‘Mistakes” & then allows busloads of unregistered caucus culinary workers to revote after he allows registered caucus participants who he didn’t count their votes properly to leave the caucus.
like when they decided to out Bernie Sanders as a Jew?
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