How Hillary Stole the Nomination

Bernie the schlub — so much for the Sander’s revolution — and how Hillary stole the nomination. You’ve got to wonder just what Bernie was offered to roll over and if he was ever in it to win in the first place or just to enrich himself by making some sort of deal.

I, for one, am glad he’s out of it because I think he could have won the general election and steered the country deep into socialism. You might like socialism, but look at what it’s done to Venezuela with it its citizens now forced to work in the fields. Medieval serfs had it better. Or in a milder version, look at Canada where meat can cost anywhere from double to ten times what it costs in the US where some of that meat is actually being shipped from Canada.

And what about free healthcare? Want to see a doctor in western Quebec? There aren’t any. You might try the emergency room and sit for 24 hours with no one seeing you. Or you could go to a clinic in Ontario where they’ll refer you to a doctor that Quebec won’t pay for. Canada used to have one of the best healthcare systems in the world, but this is the price of fixing something that isn’t broken. It’s the price of socialism.

Bernie won the first roll call at the Democrat convention. What does that mean? It means he won the nomination but the results were disregarded. And it looks like Bernie may have actually won California where they didn’t bother to count millions of votes.

In short, Hillary didn’t win anything, Hillary stole the nomination.

From Truthstream Media: Hot mic proves Bernie was never really a candidate.

Sanders surrenders democracy, justice, to endorse dictatorial election fraud in a rogue state: ‘Hillary Clinton will make an outstanding President, and I’m proud to stand with her tonight!’

By Carl Herman via Washington’s Blog

Now, Election Justice USA issued their report of the 2016 primaries, Democracy Lost, with findings that Bernie Sanders won the Democratic primaries, but was denied victory from the following types of election fraud (pg. 95):

1) Targeted voter suppression

2) Registration tampering

3) Illegal voter purges

4) Exit polling discrepancies

5) Evidence for voting machine tampering

6) The security (or lack thereof) of various voting machine types

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