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    Elizabeth Warren Didn’t Back Bernie When it Counted, Now Jumps on “Rigging” Bandwagon

    Elizabeth Warren Didn’t Back Bernie When it Counted, Now Jumps on “Rigging” Bandwagon

    How convenient…

    https://youtu.be/UcVanYs2aQo

    Elizabeth Warren was nowhere to be found during the 2016 Democratic primary. She never came to the aid of Bernie Sanders. She only endorsed Hillary Clinton once she was safely the nominee.

    Now that Donna Brazile has let the cat out of the bag about the rigging of the primary for Hillary Clinton, Elizabeth Warren is just shocked.

    Mandy Mayfield of the Washington Examiner:

    Elizabeth Warren: ‘Yes,’ the DNC was rigged to favor Hillary Clinton

    Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., responded with a firm “yes” to the question of whether she believed the Democratic National Committee was rigged to favor the presidential nomination of Hillary Clinton.

    “Very quickly senator, do you agree with the notion that it was rigged?” CNN’s Jake Tapper asked.

    Former DNC Chairwoman Donna Brazile said that that the Clinton campaign gained control of the DNC’s finances and operations to defeat Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., in the 2016 Democratic primary, according to a book excerpt published by Politico on Thursday.

    Brazile cited “proof” on an agreement she discovered between two Clinton campaign funds and the DNC, in which money would be exchanged for control over DNC finances and strategy.

    Paul Crookston of the Washington Free Beacon has more of her comments:

    “This is a real problem, but what we’ve got to do is, Democrats now, we’ve got to hold this party accountable,” she said. “When Tom Perez was first elected chair of the DNC, the very first conversation I had with him is to say, you have got to put together a Democratic Party in which everybody can have confidence that the party is working for Democrats, rather than Democrats are working for the party.”

    She said the test facing Perez will be to ensure a fair process for Sanders, who is not a Democrat, and his “representatives.”

    “Either [Perez] is going to succeed by bringing Bernie Sanders and Bernie Sanders’ representatives into this process and they’re going to say it’s fair, it works, we all believe it, or he’s going to fail,” she said. “I hope for Democrats everywhere, I hope for Bernie and for all of Bernie’s supporters he’s going to succeed.”

    Watch the video below:

    Bernie supporters must be outraged by this. Where was this Elizabeth Warren during the primary?

    Here are some Twitter reactions via Twitchy:

    Also, this Warren quote tweeted by Hillary didn’t age well…

    Featured image via YouTube.

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    Comments


    Fauxcahontas is such scum, of course this kind of b.s. will come out of her mouth.

    She’s the hillary clinton of fake Indians.


     
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    Lewfarge | November 3, 2017 at 1:28 pm

    FAUXcahontas – a day late and wampum short !


     
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    Albigensian | November 3, 2017 at 5:31 pm

    The Good Ship Hillary seems to be listing badly to port. They said she was unsinkable, but now she’s going down at the bow and, are there enough lifeboats?

    It could be lots of things, but Occam says it’s just that loyalty doesn’t extend to going down with the ship.


     
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    Cleetus | November 4, 2017 at 6:27 am

    We live in a “democracy” where the crux of most everything in our government is based on free and fair elections. Can someone please explain to me how the DNC can throw the primary race to ensure the candidate they want to win will win and the will of the people ignored and no law is broken? If the DNC can manipulate the primary,with no consequence, then why do we even bother with the primaries, their cost, the effort and so forth. Surely some law must have been broken for if there was no law guaranteeing a fair election, then the underpinnings of this country no longer exist.


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