Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Fox News and the Sanders' campaign are pressuring Hillary Clinton into another debate. Ain't gonna happen.

Courtesy of Politico:  

Sen. Bernie Sanders has accepted a Fox News invitation for a Democratic debate in California, the Sanders campaign announced on Wednesday. 

“Both campaigns have been invited by Fox News to a debate. We have told the network that we would accept the invitation with the understanding that we can reach mutual agreement on the debate moderators, the format and other details,” Jeff Weaver, Sanders’ campaign manager said in a statement. 

Fox News has expressed interest in holding a Democratic debate for months and has been publicly lobbying the Democratic National Committee. 

I'm sorry there is NO way that the Sanders' campaign does not see this for what it is, a last ditch effort to destroy Hillary Clinton's chances of earning the nomination. 

Fox News has been the 24 hour anti-Hillary channel ever since she launched her campaign.

Obviously if they had both Sanders and Clinton on the same debate stage they would work to sabotage her while lobbing softballs at him.

After all Fox News and the Republicans would LOVE it if Bernie Sanders beat Hillary Clinton out for this nomination.  

And the fact that it appears the Sanders' campaign is willing to join forces with Fox News to make that happen is quite revealing.

133 comments:

  1. Anonymous4:33 PM

    What else could they possibly talk about in a debate? I sure don't want to listen to another one until after the gop and Democratic conventions.

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    1. Anonymous5:07 PM

      Sanders wants to make another single issue stump speech. That's all.

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  2. Anonymous4:44 PM

    I'm ashamed that I told myself that I'd vote for Bernie if he were the nominee. Jerk.

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  3. Anonymous4:48 PM

    Hillary Clinton has no need, duty or reason to meet Bernie in a debate on FOX! She's already beat him hands down!

    Bernie has lost and Hillary will be named the nominee for the Democratic party.

    Bernie - bow out 'gracefully' IF that word is even in your vocabulary! Get rid of the ego! It's grown way too big and is ridiculous to watch!

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  4. Anonymous4:53 PM

    *
    "earning the nomination."
    Love your choice of words there!
    Here's Hillary in her own words:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4UmG904VMOE
    “You should be willing to debate anytime, anywhere.”
    If she's so-o-o fuckin' tough,why not?

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    1. Anonymous4:56 PM

      4:53 - uneven playing field. She is tough but not stupid.

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    2. Anonymous4:58 PM

      Bernie lost. His supporters will just have to come to terms with that. They are having a difficult time.

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    3. Anonymous5:20 PM

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      @4:56
      Knock off the horseshit.
      She talks the big ride and needs to step the fuck up to the plate.
      Hillary ran this commercial against Obama in 2008:
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7yr7odFUARg
      She has since been SoS and brags about her experience in dealing with world leaders.
      Fox and Bernie should be a cakewalk,no?

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    4. I actually think that Hillary would come out relatively unscathed, she has after all essentially won all of the debates so far.

      However it is clearly a trap, and she has nothing to gain and everything to lose, so accepting this challenge really only works in favor of Sanders and Fox News.

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    5. Anonymous5:33 PM

      5:20 My, my, my. You certainly are a child. Bernie lost little one. A tantrum will accomplish nothing.

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    6. Anonymous5:41 PM

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      "uneven playing field"
      "clearly a trap"
      Those are wienie excuses.
      If she is such hot shit,why doesn't she just sashay on the stage and pulverize,then "drop the mic"?
      She's chicken if she doesn't show up.

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    7. Anonymous5:53 PM

      If you were her advisor, you'd tell her not to do it. If it were Bernie with the kind of lead she has, he wouldn't do it, either. It's ridiculous on it's face. Sanders needs to win in every remaining primary by tens of points to catch up. It's not going to happen.

      Clinton has bigger fish to fry.

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    8. Anonymous6:34 PM

      Because she is not stupid, that's why not. Why should she provide yet another opportunity for Sanders to get in some points at her expense?

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    9. Anonymous6:56 PM

      5:20 & 5:41 spoken like a true Bernie or Trump fanatical. Were you the one throwing that chair?

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    10. Anonymous3:33 AM

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      @6:56
      One more time.
      Not one single chair was thrown at the NV gathering.
      Just like that bullshit tweet about the 12yr.old girl who had her sign "torn up".
      Didn't happen.

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    11. Anonymous5:57 AM

      AP got the memo: latest story says chairs were "brandished". Well, one chair. This should be a lesson for everyone to use their common sense when they read something outrageous instead of letting your bias allow you to believe the worst because you want the worst to be true about Sanders and his supporters.

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    12. Anonymous8:05 AM

      Golly, asterisk abuser. It's almost like you're unaware that Clinton has shellacked Sanders in myriad debates already. Your lack of realization that they've taken place is pretty much typical of a Berner's failure to be informed.

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    13. Anonymous8:29 AM

      "Brandishing" a chair is outrageous enough, don't you think?

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    14. "“You should be willing to debate anytime, anywhere.”
      If she's so-o-o fuckin' tough,why not?"
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      Sure. Debate any time, anywhere.

      *While it matters.*

      A debate at this point is not likely to change enough minds to make a difference in the results, so there is no reason to have one.

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  5. Anita Winecooler5:02 PM

    After the softball "Blonde Bleeding from Everywhere/Trump interview" with Megyn Kelly, what are the chances Hillary would give them the time of day? And with Sanders? What for? Hillary's got campaigning to do, I'm sure she'll pencil them in after the elections.

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  6. Anonymous5:04 PM


    Lauren Brown
    Works at Miami-Dade College

    Hillary Clinton should reject this. Democrats haven't debated on Faux news in over 12 years. Bernie Sanders is nothing but desperate and his campaign is over. He has no path to the nomination and is a disaster. Jeff Weaver is the worst campaign manager of all time.

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  7. OFFS!
    So Bernie is canoodling with the inhabitants of the Inferno? He may be lost indeed.

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  8. Anonymous5:07 PM

    Sanders is 10 points behind Clinton in California.

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    1. Anonymous5:50 PM

      And nearly 20 points behind Clinton in New Jersey.

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  9. Anonymous5:09 PM

    Sanders has no legitimate path to the nomination. A debate at this point makes no sense for Clinton.

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    1. Anonymous5:28 PM

      This^. It makes absolutely no sense but the Bernie supporters(and GOP trolls) refuse to accept defeat. Fortunately their acceptance isn't required. Bernie has no path to victory.

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    2. Anonymous5:55 PM

      Trump is the only one winning now.

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    3. Anonymous6:47 PM

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      @5:55
      "Trump is the only one winning now."
      Yup,and all the more reason the queen HAS to step up and make her case to ALL Americans.
      Enough of this CorrectTheRecord "throwing chairs" malarkey.

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  10. Anonymous5:14 PM

    NBA Champions Golden State Warriors defeats the Cleveland Cavaliers

    Cleveland: Come on Warriors, let's play double or nothing

    Sanders: Come on Hillary let's debate one more time in California

    Fuck Off Cleveland and Sanders. Stop being poor losers

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    1. Anonymous5:44 PM

      Ay-up. Fuck off Bernie.

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  11. Anonymous5:14 PM

    IT should happen. She needs to be grilled.

    Also, while our press is obsessing over nonsense, the CIA "accidentally" destroyed a hugely long torture report.

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    1. Anonymous5:31 PM

      Like you care.

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    2. Anonymous5:34 PM

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      "IT should happen. She needs to be grilled."
      Got-dayum straight!
      Step up,Hillary.
      You skeered of Bernie and Fox?
      She-e-e-it...
      Obama has gone one on one with Fox THREE times in interviews.
      So,what's it gonna be?

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    3. Anonymous5:44 PM

      Needs to be grilled. About what? What could you possibly not yet know about about Hillary Clinton's views, history, and plans?

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    4. Anonymous6:19 PM

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      @5:44
      "About what? What could you possibly not yet know about about Hillary Clinton's views, history, and plans?"
      The FBI is "investigating" that...

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  12. Crystal Sage5:23 PM

    I am sick of the butt-hurt whiners on the Bernie side. They are desperately trying to believe that Bernie will somehow perform a miracle and win the nom. Since his chances are slim to none, they have to lay the blame on someone. Of course, it is the "establishment" (Democratic Party.) I have been listening to progressive talk radio today and the Bernie people who call in express their indignation at the situation at the Nevada convention. Except they blame the moderators of the convention for the bad behavior of the Bernie people. "They were frustrated," they say. Oh really? Is this how democracy works? The loudest and the most angry get to call the shots?

    Bernie needs to face reality and tell his supporters to do so as well.

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    1. Anonymous6:07 PM

      The NV Vice Chair told Sanders organizer Angie Morelli and her attorney, " This was never going to be a democratic process."
      http://www.msnbc.com/rachel-maddow/watch/furious-nv-sanders-supporters-alarm-democrats-687671363636

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  13. Anonymous5:27 PM

    Registered Republicans no longer need their registration to vote for Trump. Sanders hoping for thousands of Republicans to change their registration in order to corrupt the Democratic primaries.

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    1. Anonymous7:13 PM

      That's exactly it isn't it. That's exactly what Sanders and teh republicans want. They are now equally dirty.

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  14. Anonymous5:29 PM

    And there they go, still trying to make up new rules in an effort to bully the girl.

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    1. Anonymous5:37 PM

      You mean like we will show our taxes when Hillary shows her speeches? You mean new rules like that?

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    2. Anonymous5:55 PM

      Yep, what the HELL is there left to debate? To think I used to like him. No more, and not because I'm for anyone, just basic human decency. I can't stand any of 'em.

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    3. Anonymous6:10 PM

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      @5:29
      Whu-u-u-ut?

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    4. Anonymous7:26 PM

      Hillary may be as innocent as a baby's ass but Debbie makes her look like she is in on destroying the Democrats.

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    5. Anonymous8:21 AM

      "Innocent as a baby's ass" is a really creepy saying I'm sure you just made up.

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  15. Anonymous5:33 PM

    I'll bet Hillary laughed when she heard about this.

    In your dreams, old man. You can't touch this.

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  16. Anonymous5:34 PM

    Sanders: “The Democratic Party has a choice. It can open its doors and welcome into the party people who are prepared to fight for real economic and social change — people who are willing to take on Wall Street, corporate greed and a fossil fuel industry which is destroying this planet. Or the party can choose to maintain its status quo structure,

    HOLD THE PRESS! WAIT ONE, WHAT DID YOU SAY BERNIE?

    What was your last comment?

    Sanders: You mean, "people who are willing to take on Wall Street, corporate greed and a fossil fuel industry which is destroying this planet."?

    WTF? BERNIE COME ON MAN!

    Bernie did you not take around $400K from your campaign contributions to charter a Boeing 767 to fly to your wife, four kids and four grandchildren to Rome to give a 10 minute speech?

    We could be wrong Bernie, doesn't that 767 use fossil fuel that contributes to Climate Change?


    Sanders: Are you sure I did that? My memory must be slipping.

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    1. Crystal Sage9:54 PM

      That would be his wife's four children and grandchildren. Meanwhile, Bernie's only living offspring was largely ignored by Bernie as he was growing up and Bernie did not pay child support. And it wasn't a "speech." It was an interception of the Pope as he was walking through an archway on his way to another place. Hardly worth the effort or the massive amount of money spent.

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    2. Anonymous6:58 AM

      What about taking illegal campaign contributions from foreigners?

      Bernie has been pretty quite about that one, oh right HE was the one taking the money !!!!

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    3. Anonymous1:05 PM

      He was on a government mission to try to get the Vatican and the United States on speaking terms, yeah, that's the ticket. But what about Netanyahoo and Israel? They got their hands out, and always welcome some high fives from other nations.
      I can see his life story playing in the background at the Socialist Democratic Party!

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  17. Anonymous5:43 PM

    Hillary owes it to Bernie to have another debate since he is behind.

    Snark

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  18. Anonymous5:52 PM

    Obviously if they had both Sanders and Clinton on the same debate stage they would work to sabotage her while lobbing softballs at him.


    Hillary could handle being the leader of the free world, but she suddenly can't handle a Fox sabotage?

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    1. Anonymous8:12 AM

      It's not that she can't handle it, as she's ably proven time and again. She has no obligation to provide unearned legitimacy to either Fox or Sanders. One is a fake news channel, the other one has decisively lost the nomination, and the fact that Camp Bernie is willing to work with Fox -- like he's willing to use right-wing talking points against Clinton -- shines a strong light on his lack of character.

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  19. Anonymous5:53 PM

    Sanders says he does not support fracking but he doesn't mind fracking the Democratic Party

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    1. Anonymous6:23 PM

      And, I say he is a 'fraking asshole'!

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  20. Anonymous5:55 PM

    Fuck Fox News.

    Politics makes strange bed-fellows, doesn't it, Senator Sanders?

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    1. Anonymous8:13 AM

      What an unprincipled whore he's turned out to be. So disappointing.

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  21. Anonymous5:56 PM

    I never thought Faux news was real. It was designed to wear into your consciousness and make you believe what's not real. Megyn Kelly is being heralded as a hard questioning reporter. She talks a good talk with that sexy little outfit she wore on Steven Colbert, and in the magazine More but I believe that the synapses aren't connecting in there. That ship sailed when she said "we all know santa is white" Donald is such an ass in that interview. Like he wants to slap the woman but we know the Republican establishment is training his ass. They hate women just as much as he and that is why they have been building this machine carefully to bring down Hillary for over thirty years. Hopefully they don't succeed.

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    1. Anonymous8:42 PM

      That interview last night made me sick. I had admired Kelly for standing her ground before and also for having Michelle Fields, the former Breitbart reporter who Lewandowski grabbed, on to tell her story and Kelly stood by her fellow journalist. But last night was a gift to Trump. He was horrible in terms of not answering specifically enough and he also did his usual of turning into the questioner a couple times, including when he smirked off having called her a bimbo and suggested she'd been called much worse and he asked her to agree. What I hated most was how she'd break into a smile and the camera would stay on her and she actually came across as somewhat flirtatious. And she came across as saying that nothing he'd done was so big a deal and she seemed charmed by him. Seriously, if he and she were not married to others, I think the media all would have wondered if they'd hooked up afterward.

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    2. Anonymous6:42 AM

      But last night was a gift to Trump

      Yes, he is a gift to himself. How do you think he will win?

      He negotiates and can turn on a dime when it is a good thing.

      Now Hillary will look like a fool to insinuate he could be sexist or doesn't like women.

      The past is over for Trump.

      Hillary is the past. She is worse than the hubby she enables. No one wants that in the White House again. Not even on a short leash.

      Thx to everyone that is taking care of Bern for Trump, the charmer.

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    3. Anonymous8:15 AM

      Anyone who's just now disappointed with Kelly has been oblivious to her body of "work." She is as she has always been.

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  22. Anonymous6:01 PM

    We have told the network that we would accept the invitation with the understanding that we can reach mutual agreement on the debate moderators, the format and other details,” Jeff Weaver



    It is not a done deal, there would be mutual agreements to reach.

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    1. Anonymous6:23 PM

      The supposed FOX debate between Bernie and Hillary is pure crap!

      Hillary doesn't need to do it because she has already won the nomination for the Democratic party!

      Bernie just wants more publicity and he's really getting fucking boring!

      He needs to bow out of the race. He's a done deal! Let it go, Bernie! Suggest that you and Jane go smoke some dope and relax! We'll be glad to see you fad into the distance!

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    2. Anonymous7:13 PM

      Bernie will never be as interesting as Donald. Donald is drug free and he does not drink.

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    3. Anonymous6:36 AM

      The Donald, never dull. The most beautiful women. Always interesting.
      He will cream Hillary in a great debate. She will be on her knees. They go back, it will all be in good fun and sport.

      Never dull.

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  23. Anonymous6:03 PM

    The President doesn't agree with you about Sanders.
    http://www.c-span.org/video/?409809-1/white-house-briefing
    Josh Earnest today's White House Briefing ~ 7:30 - 13:00

    "This kind of passionate debate....is good for our democracy." ... "hand-wringing."

    earnest speaks for Obama. So Obama doesn't think Sanders or his supporters should drop out, shut the fuck up, be brought to heel or disavow "violence".

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    1. Anonymous6:15 PM

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      @6:03
      Yeah,Baby!

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    2. Anonymous6:38 PM

      That's why all the "Sanders should disavow violence" shit went silent: the leader of the party basically told them to stand down.

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    3. Anonymous6:57 PM

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      @6:38
      Precisely.
      Not a chair got thrown.
      Although there is ONE that shoulda got thrown...
      DWS!

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    4. Anonymous7:06 PM

      Joe Biden: Let Bernie run
      http://www.latimes.com/politics/la-na-trailguide-05182016-joe-biden-let-bernie-run-1463607169-htmlstory.html

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    5. Anonymous8:20 PM

      I missed the letter he wrote about his position on violence. In regard to this brouhaha.

      I am not sure when or what exactly the title??? linl?

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    6. Anonymous5:59 AM

      Old Bernie's Bros post aggressively like 6:38 ,advocating for violence ,and make Bernie look bad.This encourages the public to have less support for him,because of his cult members.

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    7. Anonymous6:32 AM

      5:59 AM

      Trump wins the star cult members. He has Sarah cult members now. Win Win!! Yuuggee number of cult members.

      Bernie tiny little number of cult members. Don't count the others that support Bernie.

      Count on Trump. Sarah's cult are with him, he can dump her now.

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    8. Anonymous8:18 AM

      Berniebros fixating on a chair being threateningly brandished rather than thrown is like Trump pretending an ad full of misogyny has been discredited because one rude comment was actually about Mexico, not women. If you have to comfort this much, you're admitting you've lost big.

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  24. Anonymous6:08 PM

    I’ve been an unapologetic shill for Bernie Sanders, writing articles, sending small donations and attending rallies, but after the recent debacle in my home state of Nevada, coupled with undeniable delegate math, it has became clear to me that Bernie cannot win the nomination. It’s sad for his supporters, like me. But what is more troubling is the heated, false and sometimes vile rage coming out of some Bernie supporters, as they grow ever more frustrated at the loss. I’ve worked hard in my own life to embrace progressive values, and the rhetoric coming from some parts of my own community reminds me of the Tea Party.

    Bernie should give a rousing speech at the convention and hammer hard at the party platform. He’s changed the conversation for a decade or more, but there is a fine line between supporting a candidate and adopting fact-denying, slanderous behavior that we rightfully condemn when it’s spewed from the right.

    Despite my warm, abiding love for Bernie, I can count. Hillary won Nevada, and she won the state convention. She has won more states and votes than my guy. It’s sad, but I’m not a poor loser. Nevada Bernie supporters are furious they weren’t able to wrest more delegates from a state that Sanders lost.

    Sorry, Bernie: I love you, but this is over — and getting embarrassing

    http://www.salon.com/2016/05/18/sorry_bernie_i_love_you_but_this_is_over_and_getting_embarrassing/

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    1. Anonymous6:59 PM

      Thank you. Spoken like a mature adult as opposed to the mad pissed off fanatic on here.

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    2. Anonymous8:16 PM

      Joe Biden: Let Bernie run
      http://www.latimes.com/politics/la-na-trailguide-05182016-joe-biden-let-bernie-run-1463607169-htmlstory.html

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  25. Anonymous6:13 PM

    "Should be willing to campaign for every vote and debate anytime, anywhere"

    She agreed to 4 debates. What's she afraid of? If she's afraid to face Bret Baier, Megan Kelly and Chris Wallace, how can she be trusted to be able to face Putin, Assad, ISI L and AQ?

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    1. Anonymous6:37 PM

      So tired of your bullshit.

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    2. Anonymous6:41 PM

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      @6:13
      Winner Winner Chicken Dinner!
      C'mon Hillary,ya talk the talk...

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    3. Anom: Are u a Trump supporter? Bernie is a genuine guy...but he is going to lose the nomination. (fact) At this point he should drop out an do EVERYTHING he can to stop Trump.

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    4. Phyllis7:23 PM

      @Anonymous 6:13 PM
      She certainly needs to be flogged for breaking the rules.
      After all there have been 10 debates by the Democrats,so she must have really fucked up by going to six more than you say she agreed to.

      I think she has more than proven that she's not afraid of any thing the Independent old goat tries to throw at her.

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    5. Anonymous7:24 PM

      Who in their right mind would go on Fox "news." She knows more than they ever will. Maybe they can invited Palin back for ratings; she's about their speed.

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    6. Anonymous7:38 PM

      Hillary doesn't need to change course for Bernie. He has spent a life time trying to get other people to do his work.

      His campaign money that should have gone to down ticket candidates went to his family's Rome trip. Once again he got someone else to provide for his shenanigans. Jane's family and BS's friends always have their hand out when Jane and BS come into a little dough from other sources. Shameful.

      If he were actually going to run as a Democrat his behavior would be different. Once again he was just using an easier path letting someone else do the tasks, rather than putting in the hard work to run as an Independent - which is what he has always been.

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    7. Anonymous9:59 PM

      Toogie6:51 PM,

      That guy, if he ever really existed, is long gone.

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    8. Anonymous8:20 AM

      "Four debates"? Yet another Sanders shill so uninformed he doesn't even know how many she's done. Not one of you could pass an eight-grade civics class or the current events category of Are You Smarter than a Fifth Grader.

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    9. " What's she afraid of? If she's afraid to face Bret Baier, ..."
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      Who says she's afraid? How about there is no need to cater to those booberkins, when she could be spending her time on important matters?

      This is not "Christmas Story" and there is no need for Clinton to waste time responding to double, triple, or even quadruple dog dares.

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  26. Anonymous6:23 PM

    If Bernie is elected president, what do you think your role would be as first lady, especially because you’re an educator and you seem very passionate about this subject?

    I would take my $200K from Burlington College before they're shut down and see what I can do for other colleges

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  27. Anonymous6:28 PM

    *
    Ruh-roh!

    Ex-Aide to Hillary Clinton Testifies About Email Server: “What we learned is going to be embarrassing to Mrs. Clinton and the administration — maybe more than embarrassing.”
    http://www.nytimes.com/2016/05/19/us/politics/ex-aide-to-hillary-clinton-testifies-on-email.html?1=0&_r=0

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    1. Anonymous10:36 AM

      That quote isn't from the ex-aide. It's from Thomas Fitton, the president of Judicial Watch, the conservative "watchdog" group.

      Why would you fail to mention who was quoted, letting us believe it was from the ex-aid instead of a right-wing dude who has it out for the Clintons, Obama, and Liberals, in general?

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  28. Anonymous6:37 PM

    This is not yet just another last ditch attempt t for the Sanders campaign. This ratings for FOX news at the expense of the Democrats. There is no longer a horse race in the GOP primaries. They need the drama of tension and discord for their ratings.

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    1. Anonymous7:04 PM

      Yep, and now Mika Brzezinski is calling for Wasserman to resign for unfair treatment of Bernie?

      What the hell does she know; she sits behind a desk playing foil to another blowhard asshole.

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    2. Anonymous7:39 PM

      Right on!

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    3. Anonymous6:27 AM

      Don and Hil.

      Chaos and Nyx.

      TITANS.

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    4. Anonymous12:34 PM

      Good Luck with that, Mika "I'd be a nobody if my dad's last name wasn't Brzezinski and I didn't get my hair dyed every other day" I'm sure Debbie's waiting for your next command with bated breath. Did you ask Joe Schmoe about the dead lady in his office? And what did he say?

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  29. Anonymous7:02 PM

    Reince Priebus is the winner.

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  30. Anonymous7:05 PM

    Remember, his wife was on Faux Noose some time ago, bashing Hillary.
    I was an avid supporter of Bernie, but these last couple of weeks, he has lost my vote. I will support Hillary.

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    1. Anonymous8:09 PM

      Hillary and Donald are titans. Female Titan is also called Titaness.

      http://www.talesbeyondbelief.com/images/gaia-family-tree.gif

      Greek mythology. According to Hesiod, Chaos was the first thing to exist: "at first Chaos came to be" (or was) "but next" (possibly out of Chaos) came Gaia, Tartarus, and Eros. Unambiguously born "from Chaos" were Darkness (Erebus) and Night (Nyx).

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    2. Anonymous11:16 AM

      Why are you repeatedly thrusting that bad titan metaphor on us?

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  31. Anonymous7:08 PM

    Bernie Sanders’ Carson, California Rally

    http://heavy.com/news/2016/05/bernie-sanders-carson-california-rally-pictures-ca-photos-pics-oregon-kentucky-primary-how-many/

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    1. Anonymous7:58 PM

      None of the exist.

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  32. Anonymous7:09 PM

    "Before we will have the opportunity to defeat Donald Trump, we're going to have to defeat Secretary Clinton," Sanders said Tuesday night to cheers in Carson, California.

    http://trib.com/news/state-and-regional/bernie-sanders-isn-t-going-quietly/article_217b5a39-556e-5d0d-824e-09002695f4e7.html

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    1. Anonymous7:56 PM

      He knows she is about to eat him alive. Or whoever does that part for her.

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    2. Anonymous8:09 PM

      Bernie reminds me of Sarah. Something happens to their brain when they get fanfare and attention. He has turned into a sicko.

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  33. As I said on the other thread, of course, Sanders needs free advertising, ideally before the CA primary. That's all this is about.

    He worked the circuit, got on all the broadcast TV Sunday morning shows, I watched a lot of them. He did well, they weren't 'gotcha' interviews, he got his message out.

    If more people did not respond to it, that is not Hillary's fault, or Debbie Wasserman-Schultz' fault, or the DNC's fault, or the media's fault. It may not even be Bernie's fault. It may just ... be what it is.

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  34. Anonymous7:46 PM

    Marvin, Advertising is what a campaign is all about. Is it the free part that is a problem?

    Trump is endless free advertising. King of Capitalism because he is a hot, sexy, fascinating salesman to his many followers.

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    1. Anonymous9:58 PM

      Sanders and Trump are looking very similar lately.

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    2. Anonymous6:24 AM

      Trump/Clinton

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  35. Anonymous8:11 PM

    This is a non-starter for HRC. I would politely say no. She has little to gain and everything to lose.

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  36. Anonymous8:47 PM

    http://www.dailynewsbin.com/news/bernie-lost-me-becomes-top-twitter-trending-topic-as-supporters-abandon-sanders/24837/

    Trending on Twitter

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  37. Anonymous9:10 PM

    He is behind by three million votes in the Democratic primaries and caucuses, and yet he's losing only because the system is rigged. And his followers throw a conniption because they fail in turning a caucus vote loss in Nevada into a delegate majority. I regret all the good things I used to think about him. He really is a monumental narcissist

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  38. Anonymous9:11 PM

    Funny how Bernie's never questioned the rules before since he has been a DC 'insider' for 25 years and has caucused with the Dems. For doing 'so much for the poor and working class' -- why the need to have to 'introduce' yourself to the nation? Guess it was in his 'Vermont State bubble' that he did this -- Vermont -- a mega white state!!! Personally -- I see Sanders as the 'Dem Trump'. For years I've commented that the Konservative Klown Klan and I've added Sanders to this too:
    1) They spew the BS and lies.
    2) They accept no responsibility and blame others for ALL
    their BS and actions.
    3) Whine.
    4) Play the VICTIM. It's a continuous cycle -- It's never their fault.

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  39. Anonymous9:51 PM


    Bernie will never tell his supporters that Hillary has 3 million more votes than him and more pledged delegates than him. Because then he would have to admit the truth, which is, more people like Hillary's policy platform and experience than his! Bernie is in denial and just can't face the fact that Hillary is beating him badly! Just the thought of not appearing before massive adoring supporters scares Bernie beyond belief so he won't give it up! The same thing will happen to Trump when Hillary beats him in November!

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  40. Anonymous9:52 PM

    Go Hillz. Bern just go.

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  41. Anonymous1:41 AM

    Bern is a Democrat alright.
    Bern will campaign and fundraise for the down ballot Democrats alright.
    Everybody who the Bern fundraised for raise your hand. Zero? Let's try it this way, raise your hand if the Bern gave you some money. One, two, three? Why you three? Because you endorsed him?

    Democrats Feel The Bern

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    1. Anonymous10:40 AM

      Who is your favorite curmudgeon?

      Socialist.
      http://www.headlinepolitics.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/socialist-bernie-sanders.jpg

      Conservative.
      http://conservativeamerica-online.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/John_McCain.jpg

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  42. He is showing himself to be quite the snake. The damage he is doing to Hillary is nothing compared to the help he is giving Trump.

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  43. Anonymous5:53 AM

    "nd in terms of popular vote, Clinton leads Sanders, 13.2 million votes to 10.2 million. Here’s the current delegate math after more delegates were allocated in Kentucky and Oregon:

    In pledged delegates, Clinton currently holds a lead of 277 delegates

    Clinton 1,771 (54%)
    Sanders 1,494 (46%)
    Clinton must win 32% of remaining pledged delegates to get a majority in pledged delegates

    Sanders must win 68% of remaining pledged delegates to get a majority in pledged delegates

    In overall delegates (pledged + super), Clinton holds an overall lead of 765 delegates"

    It seems Old Bernie is not the peoples choice.

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  44. Anonymous6:07 AM

    Fuck you, NO. GO AWAY !!

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  45. Anonymous6:13 AM

    Politico:
    Bit player Sanders poised to become Senate force
    But Democrats warn he could blow his newfound clout if he doesn't move to unite the party soon.
    By BURGESS EVERETT
    05/19/16 05:24

    Long a lonely voice of the left in the Senate, Bernie Sanders is poised to return to his day job as a potential kingmaker after a presidential campaign that made him a household name and hero of the progressive movement.

    But the Vermont senator risks frittering away that newfound clout, Democratic senators said Wednesday, if he doesn’t move soon to unite the party and train his fire on Donald Trump.

    ... Is he going to support her and campaign for her, or is he going to help elect Donald Trump?

    ... That’s starting to grate on senators. Democrats say they want to give Sanders a hearty welcome when he returns as a high-profile leader of the party’s progressive arm, but that it will be difficult the way the campaign is unfolding.

    ... But senators are worried that the hour is growing late for the Sanders unity tour to begin....

    More at
    http://www.politico.com/story/2016/05/bernie-sanders-senate-democrats-223336

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  46. Anonymous6:31 AM

    What is Sanders trying to prove hurting Clinton on purpose in the last primary with no chance of winning the nomination.

    So what. All he is doing from now till the end of the primary season is helping Trump make Clinton look bad.

    MSNBC
    According to the Times’ piece, for example, Team Sanders believes it may yet win the California primary, where polls show him trailing, which might have “a psychological impact” on Democrats. OK, but then what? If the idea is that Democratic insiders will ignore the will of the voters and the delegate count because of one primary result, awarding Sanders the nomination despite his second-place finish, there’s no reason to believe such a scenario is plausible.

    The same article said Team Sanders is willing to hurt Clinton, on purpose, even as the general-election phase gets underway. OK, but then what? There’s still no reason to believe this will prompt party officials to override the primary and caucus results.

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    1. Anonymous10:38 AM

      "California...where polls show him trailing"
      The last published poll out of CA was April 30. Based on how actively Sanders is campaigning in CA - 2 and 3 rallies a day, I think his internal polling shows he can win.

      What will prompt the supers to vote for Bernie is the state poll after state poll coming out that shows he beats Trump by significantly wider margin than Clinton and sometimes beats him in states - GA, AZ - where Trump beats Clinton.

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    2. Anonymous11:13 AM

      Do you really think Sanders would be campaigning any differently whether or not they "can win?"

      Everything you've written is pure speculation. He's trying to keep his campaign going. As long as he has money, he will be going hard in California. If his internal polling showed he could win, they would have leaked the results.

      These are just the figurative death throes of a dying campaign.

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  47. Anonymous6:45 AM

    "I ask all of you to join me in working as hard for Barack Obama as you have for me,"
    -Hillary Clinton 2008

    What will Sanders's message be in 2016? This campaign was rigged by the establishment for Hillary Clinton. I never had a chance.

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    1. Anonymous8:24 AM

      It will be a festival of self-pity, unsupported accusations and bitter vitriol. What a loser.

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    2. Anonymous12:16 PM

      Persecution Complex much, Bernie?

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  48. Anonymous7:59 AM

    Anything to stop a congenital liar like HRC being president.

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    1. Anonymous9:58 AM

      Give her a break. Now she won't have to act like she could be progressive.

      She has been enabling far worse people then her husband.
      https://i.guim.co.uk/img/media/0de1c75741d26ac1ee1d4449038900d3e8830469/45_232_606_363/master/606.jpg?w=620&q=55&auto=format&usm=12&fit=max&s=0858d98a9c8e920ec6d82e3ddc55b215

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    2. Anonymous10:38 AM

      Congenital?

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  49. Anonymous8:00 AM

    SHE'S BAAAACCCCKKKK
    PALIN/TRUMP 2016?


    TRUMP CLOSER TO CHOOSING PALIN AS VP, ADDS MAN RESPONSIBLE FOR HER VETTING TO CAMPAIGN

    It appears that Donald Trump can't avoid being linked to Sarah Palin, one way or another.

    Trump-Palin 2016?
    The first names to be announced as possible running mates for Trump were former Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer, and current Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin. The billionaire real estate mogul released the names during an interview on Fox News, and within hours it was also leaked that former half-term Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin was at the top of the list.

    More at
    http://us.blastingnews.com/news/2016/05/trump-closer-to-choosing-palin-as-vp-adds-man-responsible-for-her-vetting-to-campaign-00927075.html

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  50. Anonymous8:01 AM

    Bernie Sanders, Eyeing Convention, Willing to Harm Hillary Clinton in the Homestretch
    The New York Times - 15 hours ago

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  51. Anonymous8:13 AM

    “I went to the Wharton School of Business. I’m, like, a really smart person.”
    -Donald Trump

    LOL


    How the Lawyer Who Vetted Sarah Palin Will Help Trump Find a VP
    Washingtonian.com-2 hours ago

    Senator John McCain charged Culvahouse with the same task in 2008, a search that ultimately led to ...
    Donald Trump VP Search Looks To Lawyer Who Vetted Sarah Palin ...International Business Times

    Trump Taps Washington Lawyer to Help Vet Potential Running Mates
    Bloomberg

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    1. Anonymous8:51 AM

      And this is the guy the Republicans picked to be their nominee? Lord help us if Sanders help Trump beat Secretary Clinton

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