Friday, May 06, 2016

The FBI's investigation of Hillary Clinton's private e-mail server is coming to a close, and it looks like bad news for the conspiracy theorists.

First there is this from CNN: 

Some of Hillary Clinton's closest aides, including her longtime adviser Huma Abedin, have provided interviews to federal investigators, as the FBI probe into the security of her private email server nears completion, U.S. officials briefed on the investigation tell CNN. The investigation is still ongoing, but so far investigators haven't found evidence to prove that Clinton willfully violated the law the U.S. officials say. 

In recent weeks, multiple aides have been interviewed -- some more than once, the officials said. A date for an FBI interview of Clinton has not been set, these officials said, but is expected in the coming weeks. Abedin has cooperated with the probe, the officials said. Lawyers for Abedin declined to comment. The officials say the interviews of Clinton and her aides would be a routine part of an investigation like this.

"Routine part of an investigation" does not exactly sound like the FBI is closing in on some kind of criminal activity now does it?

Here is more from the Washington Post:  

Prosecutors and FBI agents investigating Hillary Clinton’s use of a personal email server have so far found scant evidence that the leading Democratic presidential candidate intended to break classification rules, though they are still probing the case aggressively with an eye on interviewing Clinton herself, according to U.S. officials familiar with the matter.

"Scant evidence" is also not exactly a term to set Right Wing conspiracy theorists and Bernie Bros heart's a racing either.

And let's face it if the anti-Hillary crowd thinks that when she is interviewed she will break under the pressure and suddenly confess to secretly being a Russian agent or an operative for ISIS, I think they better go back and view those eleven hours of testimony that she gave before that Congressional Benghazi committee.

The woman does not crack. (Plus of course she is NOT a spy nor a terrorist.)

No this investigation will go the way of the Whitewater investigation, the Benghazi investigations, and the Vince Foster "murder" investigation.


  1. If the FBI investigation does indeed close soon, giving HRC a clean bill of health, what are the odds that the person who has been publically hoping for them to finish soon will say, "Don't stop now! Go look some more! There must be somthing!"?

  2. Anonymous12:22 PM

    After the FBI "closes" their investigation,they turn over their findings to DOJ,who then decide whether there have been any laws broken,including but not limited to PERJURY.
    'member that's what got Slick Willie...

    Clinton Refuses To Say Whether Or Not She Wiped The Server

  3. Anonymous12:25 PM

    Don't worry. Once Hillary is cleared of wrongdoing, they'll decide it's time for another Benghazi hearing...unless they're already having yet another one.

  4. Anonymous12:39 PM

    I'll wait for the FBI or the Justice Dept to say there was no wrongdoing. I'm not sure CNN is objective concerning Hillary.

    1. Anonymous1:13 PM

      To me, they are very right wing. Seriously. Any network that has that bigot Jeffrey Lord, Kayleigh McKenny and Amanda Carpenter as regulars is too right wing for me.

  5. Anonymous12:44 PM

    It'll all be over soon. Hillary will be cleared of any wrongdoing. Then will come the time for the Shillary Bots to accuse Bernie and his wife of being behind the whole thing from the start.

    Count on it.

    1. Anonymous1:16 PM

      Doubtful. In the Hillary campaign, no one cares much about Bernie these days. Besides, Bernie defended her on the e-mails in their 2015 December debate, remember?

    2. Anonymous1:30 PM

      Bernie doesn't have that kind of power. He had very little power at all.

    3. Anonymous1:34 PM

      @anon 1:16pm
      But Jane, who is a paid member of Bernie's campaign, went after Hillary in an interview earlier this month.

    4. Anonymous2:04 PM

      1:34 - Do you think the Bernie campaign flip-flopped on the e-mails? Say it isn't so! Heavens! Dontcha know that St. Bernie never flip-flops? /s

    5. Anonymous2:40 PM

      The Sanders presidential campaign hasn't paid Jane Sanders a single penny. This smear is easily debunked by looking at the Sanders campaign's FEC filings since he started his campaign.

    6. Anonymous3:59 PM

      2:40 - That form is completely blank.

    7. Anonymous11:31 PM

      Do you remember Bernie's whole comment about the e-mails??

      We're sick of hearing about your emails. LET'S FOCUS ON THE ISSUES.

      That last part of his comment is forever being left off!

    8. Anonymous7:38 AM

      Yes, 11:31! That was Bernie's reference to the e-mails & server as a political GOP ploy! He said it's nonsense: let's get back to real issues.

  6. Anonymous12:45 PM

    Great post, Gryph! Totally agree with you!

  7. Anonymous12:51 PM

    Poor Baby Jane is going to be so disappointed.
    BTW was there ever an investigation into that defunct college in Vermont? Seems with federal funds involved there should have been a federal investigation. Or did Baby Jane get to walk away leaving a heavy debt to the college with fistfuls of money for herself.
    Hmmm, it seems releasing their income tax records could settle that one.

    1. Anonymous1:33 PM

      Burlington College isn't defunct. They are still trying to survive.

      (I don't particularly like Jane Sanders from what I know of her, but you sound like Trump calling her Baby Jane in every one of your posts).

    2. Anonymous2:06 PM

      VT GOP requests federal investigation of Jane Sanders:

    3. Anonymous2:54 PM

      @ anon 2:06 pm
      Thanks, glad to see someone is finally looking into it.

  8. Anonymous1:41 PM


    A few days before the Georgia primary, influential Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed published a column on praising Hillary Clinton and ripping her opponent, Bernie Sanders. Reed attacked Sanders as being out of step with Democrats on gun policy, and accused him of elevating a “one-issue platform” that ignores the plight of the “single mother riding two buses to her second job.”

    But emails released from Reed’s office indicate that the column, which pilloried Sanders as out of touch with the poor, was primarily written by a corporate lobbyist, and was edited by Correct the Record, one of several pro-Clinton Super PACs.

    1. You can thank the GOP for the situation where a lobbyist can write partisan op-eds, for the Citizens United appeal and the SCOTUS decision making the activities of a superPAC so murky.

  9. Anonymous1:43 PM

    Why The Electoral Map Could Look Different In 2016

  10. Anonymous1:49 PM

    Thanks- but I will wait for the FBI statements and recommendations, not unnamed "US Officials" (Hillary shills) and CNN.

    Personally I think Hillary is in serious sauce.

    Also where is anyone accusing Hillary of being a spy or a terrorist? I've only heard this overplay hand on left wing websites. The concerns are real however, and there are many of them.

    1. Anonymous2:08 PM

      No one on Hillary's team is concerned. It's nearly over. Three top lawyers who are endorsing her include: President Obama, First Lady Obama, and former President Bill Clinton.

    2. Anonymous2:44 PM

      "The concerns are real however ..."

      You can be as concerned as you want to be. There is no there there. The RW propaganda machine has caused a group of folks to believe nonsense. They want to believe it.

    3. Anonymous2:56 PM

      Three top lawyers!!??


      There simply aren't enough L's or O's for your stupid statement. lol.

    4. Anonymous3:29 PM

      2:56 - Did you forget they all 3 are lawyers?

    5. Anonymous3:40 PM

      Barack and Michelle Obama won't be endorsing either candidate until the end of the convention and Bill Clinton is such a "top lawyer" that he forgot lying to a grand jury is a crime and lost his license to practice law because of his lying.

    6. Anonymous4:03 PM

      3:40 - They have already shadow endorsed her! Where have you been?

      Here's Michelle last month:

      Here's the President in Feb.: "She is my friend. She would make an excellent president."

      And all four of them (both Clintons, both Obamas) went to top Ivy-league law schools. Hillary and Michelle both practiced law. and Fact.

    7. Anonymous6:12 PM

      Pretty sure that Obama and Michelle let their licenses retire too. So basically none of them are lawyers. Not that it really matters, none of them really ever practiced law in the traditional sense, not for any period of time anyways.

      But as if it even matters, lots and lots of lawyers endorse politicians (even other lawyers from Ivy League schools gasp).... and we should be impressed with any of that why?

      Do you think Bill and Michelle and Barak are going to endorse a republican?

      Seriously, your endorsement comment is really a no brainer, and pretty stupid. Did I mention stupid? As another commenter pointed out, lawyer Bill lied to the American people and congress and forfitted his license... So really you are kind of batting zero with the signifigance of their support.

    8. Anonymous7:02 PM

      6:12 - Both Hillary and Michelle practiced law; that's a fact. Why don't you learn something about them? They are First Ladies with impressive CVs!
      For starters, read "IT TAKES A VILLAGE" and

      Let's meet back here in June and see who is right about how this shakes out. I know whose judgment of the situation I'm betting on: the Obamas and the Clintons.

    9. Anonymous10:52 PM

      to 1.49 I agree with you that Hillary is in serious trouble. The FBI is a law enforcement agency and it is non-partisan. The FBI would not be investigating for a year now if there was nothing there. This has nothing to do with Bernie or Republicans.

      To HRC supporters, let us all trust our premier law enforcement agency to do their job, and if they clear her of any wrong doing, THEN we can stop worrying about it. But PLEASE HRC supporters, stop shaming those of us who believe that integrity is required of our politicians. Your opinion that there is nothing there carries no weight when the FBI has been investigating this for so many months! The problem is HRC's lack of judgement; the problem is NOT those of us who choose not to support her for President!

    10. Anonymous5:47 AM

      FBI investigations can take months or even years because the wheels of law enforcement move slowly and because they are required to cross their t's and dot their i's.

      The right wing makes the smoke and you yell "fire!" Don't fall into their trap.

    11. Anonymous5:59 AM

      Integrity? Oh, please. Do you really thing Sanders or any politician has the level of integrity you are looking for?

      Personally, I don't worry about those e-mails, because (regardless of the letter of the law) I believe there was no intent of any wrong doing. This is just another case of republicans crying wolf (with the added benefit of some left-wingers shouting along because of their own agendas).

      My own measure of integrity has to do with walking the walk and that's what I've seen Hillary Clinton do for 25 years. She's made some missteps along the way, but who hasn't?

      Sanders talks a good game, but scratch the surface, and the picture isn't as pretty. His actions during this election, including the innuendos, the failure to strongly (or at all) condemn his surrogates for their divisive and insulting comments, his failure to own up to his bad legislative decisions while simultaneously dinging his opponent for similar ones, and his tone-deaf comments about women and minorities makes me question his judgement, not to mention his honor and decency.

      At the very least, he doesn't seem to have the temperament, skill set, or knowledge to be POTUS.

      I guess it's nice for you to believe you and the rest of the die hard Sanders supporters are the only ones who "believe that integrity is required of our politicians," but maybe you should take a closer look at your own candidate.

    12. Anonymous6:04 AM

      Yes. The argument that because the investigation is taking a long time here must be something there is fallacious.

    13. Anonymous7:17 AM

      Bernie said there's nothing to the e-mails. I believe Bernie.

  11. Anonymous1:52 PM

    "Clinton campaign spokesman Brian Fallon said Friday that Hillary Clinton's attorney has been in contact with the Justice Department throughout the investigation into her use of a private email server as secretary of state.
    "David Kendall is her top counsel and he has been in touch with the Justice Department throughout this review. We've always been very upfront about that," Fallon said in an interview on CNN.
    The FBI has already interviewed Clinton's closest aide, Huma Abedin, as well as some other Clinton confidantes, CNN reported Thursday. However, in an interview with MSNBC Tuesday, Clinton said that the FBI had still not contacted her "representatives."
    Fallon did not address Clinton's apparent mistruth. Instead, the spokesman confirmed Clinton's claim that the FBI still had not contacted her."

    an untruth

    1. Anonymous2:08 PM

      It must take a lot of energy to hold onto a fantasy.

    2. Anonymous3:32 PM

      "It must take a lot of energy to hold onto a fantasy."

      "However, in an interview with MSNBC Tuesday, Clinton said that the FBI had still not contacted her "representatives."
      She said it and it's a lie.

    3. Anonymous4:05 PM

      3:32 - what is the lie? She's talking about contacting her to schedule her interview; they (the FBI) has not done that. Let's meet back here in June and see what the final result is of this investigation is, eh?

  12. Anonymous2:09 PM

    Damn straight!
    "Williams’ idea, which won approval Sunday at the Pierce County Democratic Convention, would stop superdelegates from receiving money and other campaign support from the state Democratic Party if they don’t back Sanders."
    The Vermont senator overwhelmingly won Washington’s Democratic precinct caucuses in March."

  13. Anonymous2:26 PM

    CBS news reporting late this afternoon that Hillary to be interviewed soon.

    My question for Hillary (and the FBI too) is, what were the true contents of the over 30,000 emails that she deleted on her server? She won't give a straight answer on whether she deliberately tried to "wipe" her server. I hope I'm wrong but something doesn't pass the smell test that these were "only personal emails".

    1. Anonymous3:00 PM

      "I hope I'm wrong."

      Yeah, that's really convincing.

    2. Anonymous3:17 PM

      2:26 - do you think Hillary is a spy? Seriously, what are you insinuating?

    3. Anonymous4:09 PM

      You don't have to be a "spy" to be found guilty of mishandling classified information. You don't have to give it to a foreign national, or to a reporter. For example, Patraeus wasn't convicted of mishandling classified information for giving notebooks to his girlfriend that contained classified information, he was convicted of mishandling classified information because he kept the notebooks in his desk at home. Keeping classified information on a server at your home is no different from keeping classified information in a desk your home.

    4. Anonymous4:21 PM

      4:09 - You'd have to prove a "deliberate intent" to reveal information to a foreign national, right? They do not have proof of that. Petraeus deliberately gave classified information to his mistress. That's the difference.

      Here, this might help:

  14. Anonymous2:40 PM


    I won't First Lady because my husband has a snowball's chance in hell winning the presidency without the FBI's help.

    1. Anonymous2:53 PM

      It's okay Baby Jane, you will always have your private jet trip to the Vatican to think about as you count those dollars you stole from that college. Psst, you might want to spend some of it on something for yourself though, a dye job, maybe even a glaze, or some makeup.

    2. Anonymous3:02 PM

      Wow, you really have a bug up your ass about Jane Sanders. She doesn't warrant that kind of disdain or even that kind of attention.

    3. Anonymous3:06 PM

      Never in the history of this country has a candidate for President been the subject of a year-long FBI investigation into whether the candidate violated public records law and mishandled classified information. Anyone who thinks an investigation that's lasted more than a year is going to turn out to be a nothing burger is delusional. It's very unlikely that everyone who used that server will skate on the mishandling classified information issue. Guccifer. Why would a hacker admit to felonies to at least two different interviews if it weren't true?

    4. Anonymous3:17 PM

      Here's your problem, 3:06; you have a lot of facts wrong. Let's try to untangle your misunderstanding.

      1) She's not the subject of an investigation. She has not even been interviewed yet. It's a security investigation.

      Related to this: Did you know the State Department's e-mail system was also hacked? So, according to security expert Richard Clarke, her e-mails would have been insecure there anyway.

      2) Guccifer* (not his real name) is a nut job.

      3) There is no "deliberate intent" that is provable.

      Hope this helps you understand: Hillary Clinton is not a spy!

    5. Anonymous4:24 PM

      It's not a security investigation, it's a criminal investigation. Hillary Clinton and others are the subjects. The investigation is to determine whether there is sufficient evidence to prove that Hillary Clinton and others violated federal law: that they mishandled classified information and used a private email account for State Dept business to circumvent federal record keeping laws and FOIA laws.

      Whether the State Dept's email system was hacked doesn't make any difference. "Somebody else did it." is not a defense of breaking the law.

      Deliberate intent is not necessary or a charge of mishandling classified information.

      If by "spy" you mean gave classified information to a foreign govt or reporter, she's not being investigated for disclosing classified information. She's being investigated for mishandling classified information as described by 18 US Code 793(f)& (g):
      "(f) Whoever, being entrusted with or having lawful possession or control of any document, writing, code book, signal book, sketch, photograph, photographic negative, blueprint, plan, map, model, instrument, appliance, note, or information, relating to the national defense, (1) through gross negligence permits the same to be removed from its proper place of custody or delivered to anyone in violation of his trust, or to be lost, stolen, abstracted, or destroyed, or (2) having knowledge that the same has been illegally removed from its proper place of custody or delivered to anyone in violation of its trust, or lost, or stolen, abstracted, or destroyed, and fails to make prompt report of such loss, theft, abstraction, or destruction to his superior officer—

      Shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both.

      (g) If two or more persons conspire to violate any of the foregoing provisions of this section, and one or more of such persons do any act to effect the object of the conspiracy, each of the parties to such conspiracy shall be subject to the punishment provided for the offense which is the object of such conspiracy."

    6. Anonymous5:07 PM

      I hope those are not quotes from Judicial Watch, @4:24.

      Here's what the President said in April 2016: Hillary did NOT violate national security. She was "careless but not dangerous."

    7. Anonymous5:34 PM

      You are correct in your post with citations of the law.
      4:24 cited THE LAW of the USA.
      Look it up.
      Personally,I believe Obama is sandbagging Hillary and when he summoned Bernie off the campaign trail for the one on one at the White House,he told him to hang tough all the way...

    8. Anonymous5:53 PM

      5:34 - The President does NOT like Bernie. Bernie tried TO PRIMARY HIM in 2012! Are you crazy or just uninformed? Bernie criticizes the President constantly. Who would like someone who does not have your back?

    9. Anonymous5:54 PM

      Citing the law means nothing when it does not apply to the situation. It's not an investigation. Please provide a link that states, from the FBI, that it is a criminal investigation. PLEASE. I'll wait until you do. Thank you. (By the way, Grassley does not count; he's not in the FBI. Neither does Sean Hannity.)

    10. Anonymous11:26 PM

      to 5:07 wasn't what Obama said more like "I would like to think that she had not..."? More in line with hopeful thinking of someone's actions rather than a final judgement of such? And secondly, the FBI has said that they are not keeping Obama in the loop, so how would he have the authority to render a judgment?

      Please go back to the source for the President's original comment, as I think you are missing a few very significant words here in your quote!

    11. Anonymous6:25 AM

      Quoting Judicial Watch? I quoted the law.

      Of course this is a criminal investigation. The FBI is investigating whether violations of federal law occurred regarding handling of classified information. Violations of the law are crimes. Clinton's team has tried to be very clever about insisting it's a security investigation because part of what's being looked at is if the server was secure. But it's the other way around. They're trying to determine if the server was secure as part of investigating whether federal law was violated, crimes were committed because classified information was mishandled. Reread 18 US Code 793(f).
      The penalty of mishandling classified information is up to 10 years in prison.

    12. Anonymous7:15 AM

      Please provide proof that the FBI stated it's a criminal investigation. You cannot. Thanks for playing!

    13. Anonymous9:33 AM

      The FBI is investigating whether classified information that flowed through Clinton's server was mishandled. Mishandling classified information is a crime. The FBI is investigating whether there's evidence that crimes were committed. It's by definition a criminal investigation.Duh.

    14. Anonymous10:13 AM

      The DOJ admitted the investigation is an enforcement proceeding in its recent memorandum in the Jason Leopold FOIA case about the email. The DOJ filed a classified FBI brief on the email case to explain to the judge why releasing certain information would interfere with the email investigation. The memorandum says 5 U.S.C. § 552(b)(7)(A) is the basis for exempting the brief from being made public. Page 4: "To demonstrate that information is properly withheld under that Exemption,the agency must show that disclosure could reasonably interfer with an enforcement proceeding." The investigation must be an enforcement proceeding to use that exemption.

  15. Anonymous2:57 PM

    Obama to Sanders: ‘Everybody Knows’ Delegate Math

    Well that is everybody except for Jane Sanders.

  16. Anonymous3:21 PM

    WSJ: Hillary Gets Guccifered
    "If an unemployed taxi driver from Romania knew about Hillary's server, so did China."

    1. Anonymous4:06 PM

      So? They also hacked into the State Department's e-mail server. I heard this from security expert Richard Clarke on MSNBC.

    2. Anonymous4:25 PM

      And the FBI saw fit to haul his cab drivin' ass ALL the way from Romania to Virginia to interrogate him in Virginia.

      “When the unclassified systems of the United States government, which has a full-time information security staff, regularly gets hacked, the idea that someone keeping a private server in the renovated bathroom of a server farm in Colorado is more secure is completely ridiculous,” he said.

    3. Anonymous4:38 PM

      Seriously? "Someone else got hacked, too" as a defense?

    4. Anonymous5:02 PM

      4:38 - Richard Clarke, security expert, inferred on MSNBC that Hillary's private server was at least as secure as the State Department's server, because there's no evidence that hers was hacked but the State Department's was. He said it was a definite mistake that she used a private server, but he doubted there would be charges--more like definite changes in protocols. More here on the episode of "The Last Word" on MSNBC:

    5. Anonymous5:31 PM

      Richard Clarke "inferred" did he? Guffaw.

      How would Richard Clarke know how secure Clinton's server was? How would Richard Clarke know whether there is no evidence the server was hacked? The "inferences" of paid media talking heads means nothing.

    6. Anonymous5:46 PM

      Clarke was the Special Agent in charge of CyberSecurity to President Bush. I think he knows what he's talking about. Most likely he knows more about it than either of us.

      "Richard Alan 'Dick' Clarke is the former National Coordinator for Security, Infrastructure Protection and Counter-terrorism for the United States."

      Please, share the details of your vast cyber-security credentials, 5:31.

    7. Anonymous6:01 PM

      He was a paper pusher bureaucrat 5:46, now looking to get on tv whenever possible. He knows nothing of cyber security other than some key words and phrases.

    8. Anonymous6:25 PM

      "Richard Alan 'Dick' Clarke is the former National Coordinator for Security, Infrastructure Protection and Counter-terrorism for the United States."
      Awwwww fer fuck's sake!
      Then how in the motherfuckin' world did 911 happen?!?!

      " "In his campaign, Bush had said he thought the biggest security issue was Iraq and a national missile defense," Clinton said. "I told him that in my opinion, the biggest security problem was Osama bin Laden."
      Got-dayum!Git yer shit together...

    9. Anonymous6:54 PM

      6:25 - Do you need to learn about his entire career? Try Wikipedia. Here's an excerpt: "Clarke came to widespread public attention for his role as counter-terrorism czar in the Clinton and Bush administrations in March 2004, when he appeared on the 60 Minutes television news magazine, released his memoir about his service in government, Against All Enemies, and testified before the 9/11 Commission. In all three instances, Clarke was sharply critical of the Bush administration's attitude toward counter-terrorism before the 9/11 terrorist attacks, and of the decision to go to war with Iraq."

      Now, if you have a problem with him as a National Security Expert, why don't you write to CNN and MSNBC? They are the ones who have used him continually for a decade.

    10. Anonymous6:12 AM

      I didn't question Clarke's expertise in his area. I questioned how Richard Clarke could definitely know:
      1. What kind of security protected the Clinton's private server.
      2. Whether there is no evidence the Clinton's private server was hacked.

      Clarke was surmising and "inferring", not reporting facts known to him. Sheesh people.

    11. Anonymous7:14 AM

      Because he knows the people involved? Watch his segment!

  17. Anonymous3:39 PM

    The reasons that the Democrats want Bernie to stay in are these:
    1) Clinton gets more press when Bernie's on the stump. If Bernie weren't out there, she'd get a lot less mentions. The media is only covering this election as a cage match; without a sparring partner, there's no match. That's the cynical truth about why the Democrats want him to stay in the race: More Media for the Democratic message.
    2) Bernie has identified voters she can try to swing in the general.
    3) Youth voters.

  18. Anonymous3:44 PM

    Hillary Clinton is raising money for the Democrstic Party while Bernie only gave some money to the three Democrats who has endorsed him. Screw the rest of the party

    MADDOW: Well, obviously your priority is the nomination, but I mean you raised Secretary Clinton there. She has been fundraising both for the nomination and for the Democratic Party. At some point, do you think — do you foresee a time during this campaign when you’ll start doing that?

    SANDERS: Well, we’ll see. And, I mean right now, again, our focus is on winning the nomination. Secretary Clinton has access, uh, to kinds of money, uh, that we don’t, that we’re not even interested in. So let’s take it one step at a time. And the step that we’re in right now is to win the Democratic nomination

    1. Anonymous3:53 PM

      Selfish bastard

  19. Anonymous4:02 PM

    It's over for Bernie Sanders - he needs to stop attacking Hillary Clinton before he helps Donald Trump become president

    ... He also knows he’s down in the polls and can’t match Clinton for delegates. But if we've learned anything about Bernie and his dreams, it’s that they won’t be deterred by reality. He’s already vowed to keep fighting Clinton until his bones collapse, and is promising supporters a contested Democratic National Convention in July.

    What does that mean? It means Sanders will get up on stage and do his damnedest to convince Clinton supporters that she’s totally unfit to sit in the White House. He’ll need to slag her off like he’s never done before in a desperate attempt to deepen a detrimental party divide that shouldn’t even exist in the first place...

    Nobody benefits from all that infighting and self-doubt but The Donald. So why would Bernie want to make life easier for that monster?

    Now that Ted Cruz has dropped out of the GOP race, Republicans are stuck with Trump. The party may be riddled with sour grapes, but Trump is now free to stop worrying about securing the nomination and start working to bridge gaps and unify his would-be supporters. That’s exactly what Hillary Clinton should be doing. It’s time for Democrats to stop arguing about Marxist theories and start focusing on blowing Trump out of the water in November...

    But thanks to Bernie Sanders, that’s not going to happen. The Democrats are going to spend another two months bickering, twiddling their bloody thumbs and showing Trump exactly how and where to strike in the general election. That’s bad for the party, bad for America and bad for the planet.

    Listen: Bernie is a nice guy with special ideas. He’s given us a lot to think about. But America is not some mythical fairytale land, and this election can't be won on Twitter. It’s time for Bernie to realise that. He's got to bow out of this race so that Democrats can finally buckle down and get to work – before it’s too late.

    1. Anonymous5:32 PM

      The Revolution Will Not Be Digitized. Amen.

    2. Anonymous12:21 AM

      Do you really think Hillary will get enough pledged delegates before the convention?

      If you look at this table, the math doesn't look good for her:

    3. Anonymous5:15 AM

      She, like Obama in 2008, has the superdelegates to get her over. Obama did not have a "contested" convention. Why should she? Because she's a woman?

  20. Anonymous4:11 PM

    “Are you sh*tting me?”

    ‘The Daily Show’ Takes On Overzealous Bernie Sanders Supporters To Point Out Major Campaign Flaws
    BY KIMBERLY RICCI • 5/6/2016

    Bernie Sanders remains beloved by many, but his idealistic ways only stand the remotest chance of taking the Democratic nomination. The Vermont senator still promises a contested convention despite the dismal odds, so Trevor Noah is here to provide a reality check to Sanders supporters. However, he tries not to anger them too much because they can be a little fierce in their defense. So, Noah begins with jokes about how Hillary Clinton would remain unstoppable even with “another Benghazi” or if she outed herself as “Becky With The Good Hair.” Barring a hemp-filled miracle, Sanders won’t prevail based upon pure mathematics, but he still insists upon a contested contest. To which Noah replies, “Are you sh*tting me?”

  21. Anonymous4:31 PM

    Bernie followers do you know why Trump is constantly attacking Hillary Clinton and has not attacked Bernie Sanders?

  22. Anonymous4:51 PM


    TALK ABOUT "Are you shitting me"

    Hillary Clinton is unqualified to be president but Bernie will talk to Hillary after the convention about being her vice president.

    Sanders leaves door open to being Clinton's VP

    Asked by CNN's Wolf Blitzer if he would accept a hypothetical offer to be Clinton's running mate, Sanders said he would talk about it with her after the convention.


    If Presidential Nominee Hillary Clinton wins the presidencey

    And if she picks Socialist Bernie Sanders as her vp pick, Hillary better get a food taster.

    This is 2008 McCain/Palin all over again.

    1. Anonymous5:16 PM

      Yeah, right

    2. Anonymous6:13 PM

      How nice of them to put words in Hillary's mouth. She's a big girl, she's got a brain and knows how to use it.

  23. Anonymous11:20 PM

    "Justin Cooper, a longtime aide to former president Bill Clinton registered the domain on January 13 [2009], a little more than a week before Hillary Clinton took office as secretary of state on January 21."

    This is from page 332 of the 2015 book The Clinton's War on Women by Roger Stone and Robert Morrow.

    1. Anonymous5:43 AM

      Forgive us for not accepting at face value anything written in a book called, "The Clinton's War on Women."


  24. Anonymous5:13 AM

    "Conservative" Roger Stone has been writing garbage against Hillary for 20 years. Next?


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