Saturday, May 28, 2016

Bernie Sanders supporters plan to file injunction in California to extend primary and allow more independent voters the opportunity to interfere in the process.

Courtesy of ABC News: 

Attorneys representing a group of Bernie Sanders supporters informed San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera Thursday night that they plan to file an "emergency request" with U.S. District Court Judge William Alsup in the city today "for a preliminary injunction" in California's June 7 presidential primary," Herrera's office said. 

"I think it's unfortunate -- and selfish, frankly -- that these plaintiffs would inject confusion and uncertainty into an election that has been underway for weeks," Herrera said in a statement Thursday night. "San Francisco's Department of Elections and its employees have been doing an exemplary job, and I'm equally confident that our co-defendants are also meeting or exceeding their legal duties. This lawsuit is without merit, and there is no basis for an emergency injunction. I intend to fight it aggressively." 

The release continued, "The activists are seeking sweeping injunctive relief in their suit, including provisions to force 58 counties to segregate ballots already cast by unaffiliated voters; to allow "re-votes" by those voters for presidential primary candidates; and to extend the state's voter registration deadline -- which passed on May 23 for eligibility to vote in the June 7 primary -- until election day itself." 

Bill Simpich, one of the San Francisco-based lawyers representing the group, said, "The main relief we are asking for is for the independent voters -- non-party preference or NPP -- to be able to vote for president on June 7 without tying up the voting lines and avoiding a situation of mass confusion.”

I think it's pretty obvious what is going on here.

The Bernie folks know full well that if they can open this up to the "non-party preference" crowd that it will allow the Trump supporters to help them steal this California primary away from Hillary, and give Sanders the momentum going into the convention that he has been talking about for the last week.

You know the Bernie Bros made a big stink by accusing the DNC of changing the rules the last minute in Nevada, which did not happen, so what do they say now about their obvious attempts to rig the system in their favor?

114 comments:

  1. Sanders and his supporters should have made the effort to learn what the rules are before they ever began.

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    1. Anonymous9:33 AM

      Oh, but the majority of his supporters can't be bothered to learn how to register to vote( even though there are volunteers all over California registering people) because they are used to Mommy and Daddy taking care of everything. The millennial generation for the most part are spoiled little children that never grew up, I made the mistake of hiring 4 of them two yrs ago they all lasted less than 30 days because they couldn't stay off social media and actually work. And get this, 3 of their Mommies called and wanted to know why they were let go!

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    2. Anonymous11:15 AM

      No worries. The judge set a hearing for August 18, by then Bernie will have lost everything and won't be able to afford court.

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  2. Anonymous9:08 AM

    At this point, what is there to say other than fuck Bernie. Every day, I dislike him more. I used to like Bernie quite a bit, but am now completely turned off.

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    1. Anonymous9:27 AM

      Me too.

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    2. Anonymous11:22 AM

      Me three.

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    3. Anonymous11:27 AM

      Me four.

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    4. Anonymous11:35 AM

      Me five

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    5. Anonymous1:13 PM

      Anonymous9:08 AM
      ditto!

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    6. Anonymous2:36 PM

      Hooked.Lined.Sinkered.

      The BernieBros might have had to work hard for their money, but their mission was, for the most part, accomplished.

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    7. Anonymous3:10 PM

      Ditto, times ten.

      Had he never done a thing, he would leave DC in retirement with a respectable legacy. As it is now, everyone in Congress knows he is a crash and burn (including burning all bridges) kind of guy. Thus, as President, he would get little cooperation from dems and zero from repubs. If he loses the election, he will be side-lined in Congress like never before. In his entire Congressional career, he has successfully enabled one law to be passed: one renaming a post office. In the future, if he remains in Congress, he will be even less productive, if that is even possible.

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    8. A Post office?!! Be still my heart I'm overcome with admiration.

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  3. Anonymous9:11 AM

    Bernie Sanders and his followers are quickly closing in on the Trump crew when it comes to despicable selfish behavior.

    What a shame that after watching the Republican party be overtaken by the Tea Party over the last 8 years the Dems did not anticipate a similar outcome when they let the independent democratic socialist into their party so he could snatch the party for his own selfish gain. Way too trusting of them.

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    1. Here is an interesting article/opinion in a Canadian newspaper that provides a wee bit of hope to have the best possible candidate come presidential elections time: https://www.thestar.com/news/insight/2016/05/28/why-trump-and-clinton-will-both-lose-burman.html

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    2. Anonymous11:16 AM

      I won't be reading a Canadian opinion. I'm for Hillary, not crooked finger Bernie.

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    3. Anon @ 11:16am: too bad you are so close-minded that you cannot take the time to read something with a different POV. I, too, am for HRC unless the scenario in the article came to be and then I'd definitely support those candidates!

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    4. Maple1:10 PM

      @12:50: I read Burman's article too and, actually, he provides a very provocative scenario. Biden and Warren would pretty much guarantee a landslide victory for the Democrats, IMHO.

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    5. Anonymous3:13 PM

      Bernie and his almost all-white male Bernie bros following merely prove the need for Hillary's win. They prove daily that male privilege still exists at the very highest levels, including by the most incompetent men, and that excessive testosterone, more than any other single factor, is what is really ruining our political system.

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  4. I'm in Cali and can't wait to vote for Hilary on June 7th! I saw an old stank breath Bernie ad come on during Y & R and almost threw up!

    That old goat will never get my vote...fuck him and his stupid lawsuit! The Cokehead brothers probably paying Bernies lawyers for this shit...Bernies too old and senile to know this kind of player move.

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    1. Anonymous10:37 AM

      I ❤️ You any your salty words.

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    2. Anonymous11:18 AM

      I already voted by mail for HRC in CA & I'm going to a Hillary event at the Greek on June 6--super excited! Hope Bernie will stop trying to disenfranchise my vote. :-(

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    3. Anonymous11:20 AM

      It's a good thing to me that Bernie is networking his political capital by endorsing other Democrats. We need to look out for each other.

      Have y'all seen this article?

      http://www.npr.org/2016/05/28/479757235/be-like-bernie-sanders-looks-to-spread-his-political-wealth

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    4. Anonymous11:28 AM

      Yeah, he's endorsed 8 whole people. About time. Yawn.

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    5. Anonymous3:16 PM

      Anonymous 11:28, the 8 dems that Bernie has finally endorsed may be the first dems he has endorsed in his entire political career. Never being one to work for others, he's been a loner socialist during his Congressional career. Tilting at windmills rather than actually getting stuff done and building coalitions (which is how real change is made).

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  5. Anonymous9:30 AM

    You're all just pissed off that Bernie won't layup for Hillary and is playing hard to the end. You claim to be such loyal Dems, better Dems than Sanders and people who support him. But you're 180 degrees out of step with our Democratic leadership - Obama, Biden, Reid, Pelosi - who all say it's good for the party and for democracy for Bernie to continue as long as he wants.

    You're not loyal Democrats, you're loyal Clintonites.

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    1. Anonymous10:11 AM

      Like double hockeys I am. Let him continue to the end; changing the RULES to suit his purposes I have a problem with.

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    2. Anonymous10:21 AM

      Sorry hon, but I am an independent from the 70's and will not be voting for Sanders. I have delved into many aspects of his political carerr, unlike his supporters, and can find no there, there. He has NOTHING to recommend him for the office he is seeking but his one liner about the bankers. That is not enough for me to vote for him for dog catcher let alone president of the United States.

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    3. Anonymous10:52 AM

      Here's a wonderful opinion in a Canadian paper that gives me hope that there could be a third way for the Dems to put up a great candidate: https://www.thestar.com/news/insight/2016/05/28/why-trump-and-clinton-will-both-lose-burman.html

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    4. Anonymous11:15 AM

      Wow, 10:52!

      That is a very interesting article. This part smacked me in the face:

      So, yes, hang on to your hats. A few weeks ago, Trump and Biden found themselves at the same event in Philadelphia — the graduation ceremony at the University of Pennsylvania. Trump was there to watch daughter Tiffany graduate, while the vice-president was celebrating the achievements of his granddaughter Naomi.

      Reports described how Trump arrived to warm applause from the section in which he was sitting. Biden, on the other hand, was greeted by cheering and waving from the entire stadium.

      This presidential race has not even started.

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    5. Anonymous11:19 AM

      10:52 - who cares about a Canadian opinion on US politics? I'm certainly not telling Canada what to do. Gee whiz!

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    6. Gee 9:30 how dense do you have to be? Of course the Dem leadership is saying that but if you think for one second they want Sanders over Hillary you are nuts. Favorite line from the Correspondence Dinner "we will have a new POTUS soon, whatever HER name is" ( or something along those lines.

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    7. Anonymous3:59 PM

      You're just pissed off the Hillary won't layup for Sanders. You're an asshole and probably a teabagger.

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  6. Anonymous9:35 AM

    So Bernie's supporters couldn't be bothered to register to vote and now are whining because the rules are for everyone? The ruin of all humanity will have been caused by helicopter parents in MO.

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  7. eclecticsandra9:35 AM

    The changes in attitude I keep seeing about Bernie remind me for some reason of "Animal Farm."

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    1. Anonymous12:16 PM

      Well, pigs...

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  8. Anonymous9:36 AM

    Hmmm, who's money is behind all these lawsuits?

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    1. Anonymous10:23 AM

      Koch Brothers and Sanders is too stupid to know he is being played, HARD.
      It's a twofer for the GOP, trash Bernie and his legacy with the real Democrats and screw the Democratic party. How can they lose?

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    2. Anonymous11:20 AM

      The court date set for the case is Aug. 18. Haha, feel the judge.

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  9. Anonymous9:50 AM

    This Too:
    http://americablog.com/2016/05/sanders-plays-kill-gays-rap-song-ca-rally.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+Americablog+%28AMERICAblog+News+%29

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    1. Anonymous11:23 AM

      Terrible that he played a homophobic rally song in CA! That won't fly here!

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    2. Anonymous11:25 AM

      This anti gay sentiment from Sanders is playing out in his attempt to remove Barney Frank from the convention committee, too. Why is Bernie against gay people?

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    3. Anonymous12:20 PM

      He also misreported what happened with AIDS activists - http://www.housingworks.org/news-press/detail/an-open-letter-to-sen.-sanders-challenging-the-characterization-of-meeting

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    4. Anonymous5:52 PM

      @11:23
      @11:25
      Get yer shit straight before ya pop off.
      http://www.billboard.com/articles/news/7386067/bernie-sanders-dmx-where-the-hood-at-video-fake

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    5. Anonymous9:30 PM

      5:52 - wrong song, Berniebro! Those are 2 different instances. Read the link from Ameriblog.

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    6. Anonymous9:55 PM

      5:52 - not so fast! Read the updates! http://americablog.com/2016/05/sanders-plays-kill-gays-rap-song-ca-rally.html

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  10. Anonymous9:59 AM

    Bernie will destroy his own legacy if he keeps this arrogant shit up.
    I have admired him for years, but the primary process has done exactly what it's supposed to in his case: exposed weaknesses and tested mettle. Bernie's looking weaker and more selfish every day, and he will singlehandedly ruin his own reputation by June 7th.
    Vanity. All is vanity this election cycle.

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    1. Anonymous11:00 AM

      Bernie needs to be taken for a nice walk on the Gold Gate Bridge and someone needs to suggest he take a dive into the ocean!

      The guy is nothing more than an ego driven maniac!

      Kick him out of the Democratic party, Debbie! Many would support you in that move.

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    2. Anonymous11:06 AM

      Excellent post.

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    3. Anonymous12:31 PM

      Turd in the punchbowl, plain and simple.

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    4. Anonymous1:54 PM

      What legacy? Naming two post offices in over 30 yrs of being a career politician is not a legacy.

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    5. Anonymous3:19 PM

      What legacy? The guy never had a grown-up job until he turned 40. He's been on the government payroll ever since. Yeah, like he reaallllllly knows how things work in America, and like he reaallllly knows how to fundamentally change them. Because, unicorns and rainbows.

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  11. Anonymous10:04 AM

    I am an indy in Oregon, 58 years old, and it's a well known FACT that indies don't get to vote in primaries and it's been that way for decades. Period.

    Who the hell does Sanders think he is? I'm still not over his claim that he will have a say in whom Hillary chooses for her cabinet. The audacity of this man.....sheesh.

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    1. Anonymous11:24 AM

      What is a well known FACT is many states allow independent voters to vote in primaries.

      Some issues specific to California have been deliberately left out to aid in spinning the Bernie Bad meme.


      California primaries are open for state and congressional offices - the so-called "jungle" primaries. Presidential primaries aren't.People registered as NPP can request a Democratic, Republican or American Independent party presidential primary ballot at the polls on election day. Someone registered in a party can't.

      There are people who intended to register as No Party Preference: "Independent" who were instead registered as American Independent Party and learned it when they requested a mail ballot or checked their registration on line to find their polling place. Because of the number of people who have discovered they were registered as American Independent instead of NPP, there's a concern that many more will discover this when they get to the polls and will be unable to select the ballot they want.

      As for "being that way for decades": that is absolutely false. In every Presidential cycle since 2004, the CA Democratic Party has voted to allow No Party Preference voters to participate in CA Democratic Party presidential primary.

      The idea that people want to suppress people's votes because people in the voter registration system made mistakes or voters were confused when they registered is despicable. A fundamental Democratic Party value is to encourage voter participation and help as many people as possible to vote.

      Once again people on this site are showing they're not loyal to Democratic values, they're loyal to Hillary Clinton. Now with Voter Suppression.

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    2. Anonymous11:34 AM

      @11:24
      Thanks for the informative post.

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    3. Anonymous11:37 AM

      11:24 - If you actually vote here in CA, you know how it works. Why should an Independent get to decide what a political party does in a primary? Why is Bernie suing to suppress my vote that's already cast? Those who declare NPP in CA know why they cannot commit to any party for a primary, right? That's their choice. It's their responsibility to follow the rules. Simple.

      I disagree with you & Bernie that a primary should be open to all those who are not members of the party. Stupid!

      However: The Democratic Party in CA allows NPP voters to participate at the Presidential level in the primaries; all the NPP voters have to do is know how to read.

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    4. Anonymous11:41 AM

      Anonymous11:24 AM,

      Then move to a state that fucking allows it or change the primary rules BEFORE the start of primaries, ass hole.

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    5. Anonymous11:43 AM

      Anonymous11:24 AM,

      You sound just like Palin whining about you victimization when you can't be bothered to get informed. FU

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    6. Anonymous12:03 PM

      11:24 doesn't know much about CA. And neither does BS. Why did he wait until voting was underway for weeks to do this? Because polls show him losing.

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    7. Anonymous12:15 PM

      In NC an indy may vote in the primaries. Why would you say the opposite is true?

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    8. Anonymous1:23 PM

      I don't think that people who will not condescend to belong to a political party have any right in deciding who will be the presidential nominee for any political party. That's a job for, in this country, registered Democrats and Republicans. I don't even think that people who won't register in one of the political parties should have a right to vote in any primaries that choose candidates - for any level of government. One would think that party registration means that a person is evil incarnate. That's not the case. Grown ups should know which of the two (or more) political parties best expresses their goals of civic life and be willing to be so identified. It does not mean that they will be forced to donate money, volunteer time or vote for a particular candidate in the November elections. It does give people the right to help choose the party's nominee.
      Beaglemom

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    9. Anonymous1:57 PM

      11:37am
      No one stopped any independent registering the correct way. Ignorance on their part does not mean anything "unfair" is happening, just that those independents are fucking too stupid to register correctly.

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    10. Anonymous2:25 PM

      At University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, people who will not declare for a fraternity or sorority are referred to as god damn independents (GDIs).

      It is despicable treatment; and, despicable in the general voting population.

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    11. Anonymous3:08 PM

      Exactly correct 11:24.

      In fact, it's been a stink on the news that those who thought they were registering as NPP or Independents ended up being registered as American Independent Party which was not their intention. Getting your registration changed is no small feat.

      We've actually has a few that registered as Democrats and ended up being registered as Republicans for some reason.

      Even when your practice ballot arrives in the mail, sometimes the error isn't evident as it contains material for everyone. Sometimes you don't find out until you get to the polls and they had you the "wrong" ballot.

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    12. Anonymous3:16 PM

      Anon at 2:25 pm. There's a universe of difference between being "chosen" to belong to a fraternity or sorority and the "choice" a person has to register as a member of one or another political party. Fraternities and sororities are remnants of an extremely inegalitarian way of life. Registering in a political party is an adult citizen's way of announcing that he or she wants to participate in the political process in our country. You've got some serious issues if you do not understand the difference.
      Beaglemom

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    13. Anonymous3:22 PM

      Anonymous 1:23 has hit the nail on the head. Bernie is exercising white male privilege, and it's clear as day. Hillary "should" do whatever he wants, when he wants, and how he wants, because he said so. So THERE!!! No, seriously, that's his mindset. No wonder women are turning to Hillary. We've had a lifetime of this stuff, and enough is enough.

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    14. It is really easy to register to vote in California. I helped two young kids who just turned 18 register for the first time. It takes all of five minutes to register online. While helping them I noticed the shut off day to register for the primary. I told a young lady who wanted to change her party affiliation so she could vote for Bernie when she had to change and guess what she was able to do it online too. Not hard at all. We have elections every two years so only a small amount of voters wouldn't know if they could vote for Bernie or not. It isn't like we always allowed independents to vote and finally said oh wait you can't anymore. Voting sucks for down ballets in Cal since they changed it 2011 with the passing of prop 14. Which means that the top two candidates will go to the general election in November. It was a complete failure and I hope we can get rid of it. Most districts are heavy Republican or Democratic and so a lot of times you have two people running for the same office that are from the same party. I have not been able to vote for a Democrat down ballot since 2010 because I live in red district and I couldn't move. I'll be out of here in two years when my youngest graduates.

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    15. Anonymous11:00 AM

      Well, 11:24, it's unfortunate that several weeks ago Sanders fired the very guy who was trying to fix this. The CA director wanted a huge awareness-building campaign so possible supporters would better understand the rules. Sanders said fuck that, I want TV advertising with the few million I have left. Advertising in CA cost a minimum of $4 million a week.

      Jesus Christ. Bernie could not operate a lemonade stand without fucking it up.

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  12. Anonymous10:08 AM

    How long has the California voting system been in effect?

    If those dumbfucks in California can't vote the way it is now, those retards shouldn't be voting anyway!

    Line up Bernie's followers on the Golden Gate Bridge and tell them all Bernie wants to see you guys do belly flops.

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    1. Anonymous11:05 AM

      I can see the bridge from my living room window. I'll have my binoculars ready.

      Nothing satisfies Bernie. Now he's filed to have some chairmen of the convention committees removed, including Barney Frank--no freaking way!

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  13. Anonymous10:33 AM

    And here I thought it was mostly the right wing who worked hard to change voting laws because they knew they were losing and it's the only way they could cheat.

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    1. Anonymous11:41 AM

      Bernie is right wing on many issues: women, Planned Parenthood, gun control, and now some homoohobic tendencies playing an anti-gay song at a CA rally AND trying to unseat Barney Frank at the convention committee. Suing the state to disenfranchise votes already cast is just another right wing move. The Koch Brothers praised his stance on the Import/Export bank, too.

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    2. Anonymous12:27 PM

      At this point, I feel seriously sorry for the people of VT. They deserve better.

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    3. Anonymous1:59 PM

      *yawn*
      It is up to the individual to get registered correctly in their own state to vote. That isn't anyone else's fault but their own.

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    4. Anonymous3:26 PM

      It's entirely possible that Bernie will not only lose the primaries/election, but lose next time he runs for Senate. The repugs will probably use everything they've learned about him during this race to throw dirt at him like crazy during that election. It would be unfortunate to see another repug replace a dem in the Senate, but it could well happen now, because they will now have a vested interest in eliminating him from the public sphere.

      And the irony about all of Bernie's right-wing positions is that he voted with Hillary 93 percent of the time when she was in the Senate. Yet he castigates her as though she had an 'establishment' or uber right-wing voting record – when it was the same as HIS voting record!! Was he not in favor of the 'revolution' THEN? Or is he lying about the fact that he is in favor of it NOW?

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    5. Anonymous6:09 PM

      @anon 3:26pm
      I think the Democratic Party needs to fund whatever Dem candidate is running against Sanders in his next election. I know I will be waiting to donate against him and Baby Jane.

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    6. Anonymous9:53 PM

      6:09 - Al Giordano is already organizing against Bernie in VT as a Democrat for 2018. Al has run 25 campaigns & has receipts in VT, knows it well. Either he will personally run or if a better candidate steps up, he will support his or her run. Folks are already pledging donations from around the US. Of course, the NRA will donate to Bernie...

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  14. Anonymous10:36 AM

    So the plaintiffs lawyer says they want to give registered independents the opportunity to vote for president on June 7th. Then hey should have registered as democrats in the first place. They chose not to. Now they want to change the established rules by filing a lawsuit? What's next? Stamping their feet and holding their breath til they turn blue?

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    1. Anonymous11:57 AM

      There's no "registered independent" in CA. Voters registered as No Party Preference in CA are allowed to select the Democratic presidential primary ballot when requesting the ballot by mail or on election day. The suit in part alleges that many county boards of election in CA do an inadequate job of informing NPP voters that they're allowed to select a Democratic primary ballot.

      The reason you're calling for voter suppression of people being able to register to vote up to election day, to be informed they can select a Democratic ballot if they're NPP is you think they'll vote for Bernie. Suppressing the votes of people who you think aren't going to vote the way you want is a Right Wing tactic. This is how low Clinton supporters are willing to go. Animal Farm indeed.

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    2. Anonymous12:01 PM

      11:57 - no, you're calling for voter suppression with a suit. Why are you trying to disenfranchise the vote I've already cast in CA? Bernie was warned on May 13 by the SF City Attorney that his talking points were wrong and voting had already begun: why did Bernie wait so long? Because the polls show him losing CA!

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    3. Anonymous12:17 PM

      @12:01, no the polls show Clinton and Bernie almost neck and neck, shudder.

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    4. Anonymous1:16 PM

      At what point does an individual become responsible in this country. Why can't all of these so-called "independent" voters pay any attention to the rules of the game? I don't think there should be any special dispensations for people who've been too lazy or too superior to find out what needs to be done.
      Beaglemom

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    5. Anonymous2:01 PM

      @ BeagleMom
      Because they are all from the millennial generation where their helicopter Mommies and participation ribbons made them never be responsible for their own actions and the consequences of their own actions.

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    6. Anonymous2:59 PM

      Yes, NPP can request a Democratic ballot in California.

      Which is why I question the need for this suit.

      It's almost as if someone is trying to smear Sanders with this suit, pretending to be supporters but actually whipping up hate and resentment against Sanders.

      Seems to have worked.

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    7. Anonymous4:06 PM

      Anonymous2:01 PM,

      No they are not all from the millennial generation, but they are all uninformed, unnacountable and with a sense of entitlement.

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  15. Anonymous10:45 AM

    Voters interfere with an election process? You must be a communist.

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    1. Anonymous4:07 PM

      It's not the voters interfering witht he election process, it's Sanders campaign and their lawyers trying to disenfranchise voters who followed the rules.

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  16. Anonymous11:38 AM

    Hey Jane, where's the tax returns? You and Bernie LIED!

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    1. Anonymous11:56 AM

      What stinkin' tax returns?
      -Jane

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    2. Anonymous12:18 PM

      Hate awat, babe, but you can use the google to find those tax returns

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    3. Anonymous2:02 PM

      @ anon 12:18 pm
      You Lie! There is only part of one yr of Bernie's taxes online, the other yrs he promised to release have NEVER been released.

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    4. Anonymous3:28 PM

      You are absolutely right about Bernie not yet having released his tax returns. I, too, wonder why they are refusing to release them?????? Can think of only one reason: the rules only apply to Hillary, and we white males are the privileged ones who make up our own rules as we go along – while continually accusing, attacking, and blaming the females for doing on a small scale what we have done writ large.

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  17. Anonymous11:58 AM

    Calling for killing Sanders supporters: you are scum of the earth.

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    1. Anonymous12:05 PM

      What? That's not funny.

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    2. Anonymous2:29 PM

      BernieBro.

      ...called out by a real Berner.

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  18. Anonymous12:14 PM

    It's just another political stunt, and the voter suppression meme is false. It's another way to shirk responsibility for losing and waste taxpayers' $$. Don't fall for the sanders BS. Anyone calling it "voter suppression" knows that Sanders has already lost CA. Aw, too bad Ron Paul fans! http://www.sfcityattorney.org/2016/05/24/federal-suit-sanders-backers-improper-political-stunt-san-francisco-city-attorney-says/

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    1. Anonymous12:41 PM

      You bet he has and he knows it.

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  19. Anonymous12:45 PM

    I'm confused.

    Did SANDERS file this?

    Or did some attorneys representing some people who CLAIM to be Bernie Supporters?

    Almost reads like a set up to rile up the anti-Sanders hate. Not like anyone needs more incentive to bash Bernie.

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    1. Anonymous11:04 AM

      Bernie already filed another one himself. Try to keep up.

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  20. Anonymous1:22 PM

    @12:45
    "Did SANDERS file this?"
    Nope.
    "Or did some attorneys representing some people who CLAIM to be Bernie Supporters?"
    Yup.
    Just google "who filed sanders suit in california"
    and there is your answer.

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    1. Anonymous2:55 PM

      Duh.

      I guess you couldn't read the inference in my post despite the caps.

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    2. Anonymous6:52 PM

      @2:55
      You asked,I delivered.
      Inferences aside,and all that happy horseshit...

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  21. Anonymous1:47 PM

    Bernie Sanders Says Two DNC Committee Co-Chairs Are Biased Against Him

    His campaign accuses Barney Frank and Dan Malloy of “professional, political and personal hostility toward the Senator and his Campaign.”

    Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) on Friday continued his attack on the Democratic National Committee, asking that the co-chairs of two committees be booted from their posts because they were partial to Hillary Clinton.

    Sanders’ campaign requested that Connecticut Gov. Dan Malloy and former Rep. Barney Frank (Mass.) be removed from their respective positions on the Platform Committee and the Rules Committee. Both have endorsed Clinton.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/bernie-sanders-dnc-bias_us_5749f73ee4b03ede44150194

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    1. Anonymous3:11 PM

      I guess anyone who has supported Hillary Clinton or any other Democratic candidate must be banned from the Democratic National Convention now. What chutzpah! Both Frank and Malloy are long standing Democratic leaders and have every right to chair a committee at the convention. Had Bernie Sanders become a Democrat twenty years ago he might be in a leadership position today too. Obviously Bernie Sanders does not believe in "playing fair." I can just imagine what a whiny little nuisance he must have been as a child!
      Beaglemom

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    2. Anonymous3:43 PM

      Oh bullshit overwrought exaggeration.

      Sanders is trying to level the playing field and fighting to remove the thumb in favor of Clinton from the scale.

      Dan Malloy endorsed Clinton on day 1 of her campaign. He was among those who claimed Sanders was responsible for Sandy Hook - one of the most outrageous smears ever leveled against a candidate.

      Frank is not just a Clinton supporter. He's strongly against Sanders. He's given multiple interviews against Bernie.
      He even wrote an opinion piece on Politico "Why Progressives Shouldn't Support Bernie".

      The chairman is supposed to be neutral. She should nominate neutral parties as her picks for the Platform Committee. Putting two blatantly biased people on the Platform committee like Malloy and Frank is like giving Clinton 2 extra spots. Unfair. Sanders has every right to protest DWS stacking the committee. You'd be up in arms if it was the other way around.

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    3. Anonymous6:35 PM

      @3:43
      You are correct.
      And Rendell,Mr.“There are probably more ugly women in America than attractive women." is whining that the DNC is $10mil. short for their convention!
      http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/presidential-races/281567-report-democrats-short-10-million-for-convention
      Where are all those fuckers that paid Hillary $21mil. for those speeches?
      https://libertyblitzkrieg.com/2016/05/23/heres-the-full-list-of-companies-organizations-that-paid-hillary-clinton-from-2013-2015/
      Are they shittin' their panties knowing that the FBI has the emails between the State Dept. and the Clinton Foundation that Hillary thought were deleted forever,but Datto in Conn. saved ALL of 'em and now the FBI is reading them?
      $10mil is chump change to the heavy hitters on that list.
      Why is Rendell whining like a bitch about not enough money for the coronation?
      Can't the queen cough it up herself?
      http://moneynation.com/hillary-clinton-net-worth/

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  22. Anonymous3:03 PM

    What dupes you are!

    The DMX video was faked.It was an obvious fake.

    http://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/hip-hop/7386018/bernie-sanders-dmx-california-rally

    Edwin Acuna who edited the video,"Everyone seems to be very easily fooled by anything they see on the Internet"

    So eager to smear the guy who's spoiling the coronation, you will believe and spread anything. Shame. Shame. Idiots.

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    1. Anonymous7:04 PM

      @3:03
      Yup!
      Violence-chair throwing-Barbara Hoaxer "I was scared" bull-SHIT.
      These Hillaristas slurp it UP!

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    2. Anonymous9:26 PM

      But what about the homophobic song that was played? That was not fake.

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    3. Anonymous9:49 PM

      No - update! They are not sure it was fake! Weird that a Sanders supporter is involved. Read all the updates. http://americablog.com/2016/05/sanders-plays-kill-gays-rap-song-ca-rally.html

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  23. Anonymous3:14 PM

    Desperate times call for desperate measures, the DNC the democrat loathes is as fault for the votes, delegates and superdelegates any particular candidate gets. He called for a recount, and there was no there "there", what's next Bernie?
    The RNC is doing a bang up job, have you thought of switching sides and shaking things up big time?

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  24. Anonymous3:31 PM

    Hostility toward Bernie is a one-way street. He and his followers are free to express hostility toward whomever they choose (especially Obama and Hillary), but anyone who questions them is showing hostile behavior. Folks, it's the same mindset as Trump: white male privilege. Please see it for what it really is.

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    1. Anonymous11:06 AM

      Damn straight.

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  25. Anonymous6:01 PM

    Bernie is either playing into the hands of Trump or playing his hand with Trump. It's baffeling. Up until this ridiculous campaign started, there was nothing wrong with the Democrats. Now everything is wrong. And the shit of it all that everyone and I mean everyone is drinking the koolaid. Someone's instigating bigtime in the shadows. And because we've been trained by media, tv, and gameshows, suddenly the average American has no mind to make up on their own. It's astounding. Did you see the NRA commercial with Charlie Danial? The South really wants to rise again. They just not done with it yet. Oh, and I am sick of Sarah Palin who keeps popping into the scene with her smug face. Why she lookin' like the Chesire cat?

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  26. Anonymous10:00 PM

    Legal fraud trouble still brewing for Jane: https://twitter.com/puestoloco/status/736591563938234368

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