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Old February 24, 2019, 11:54 PM
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Back to the topic of election: DNC already made some sinister moves to push their preferred candidate to the top

With CROOKED Kamala Harris in mind, DNC is betting that she will be able to garner majority of the African American votes in the southern states as well as in California, and thus be a front runner by Super Tuesday.

That is the reason they have moved the California primary to Super Tuesday.

Logically it does not make sense. California is the biggest state and its size makes campaigning very challenging. Logically therefore it should be the last state to hold primary so that other candidates have ample time to gain name recognition in the state, reach voters, and present their message.

DNC does not want to give fair opportunity to other candidates and tipped the scale in favor of KOMOLA well ahead.

Will this bet pay off? Unlike 2016, Bernie this time has name recognition in the state of California, but nonetheless, Kamala being the state senator definitely poses a formidable challenge to Bernie.

It is not that other candidates will drop out if they do not do well in California, but if Kamala gets majority of the 400 Californian delegates, it will allow DNC to scream MATH and UNITY and put pressure on others.

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Very good interview by Kamala Harris on the daily show


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Back to the topic of election: DNC already made some sinister moves to push their preferred candidate to the top

With CROOKED Kamala Harris in mind, DNC is betting that she will be able to garner majority of the African American votes in the southern states as well as in California, and thus be a front runner by Super Tuesday.

That is the reason they have moved the California primary to Super Tuesday.

Logically it does not make sense. California is the biggest state and its size makes campaigning very challenging. Logically therefore it should be the last state to hold primary so that other candidates have ample time to gain name recognition in the state, reach voters, and present their message.

DNC does not want to give fair opportunity to other candidates and tipped the scale in favor of KOMOLA well ahead.

Will this bet pay off? Unlike 2016, Bernie this time has name recognition in the state of California, but nonetheless, Kamala being the state senator definitely poses a formidable challenge to Bernie.

It is not that other candidates will drop out if they do not do well in California, but if Kamala gets majority of the 400 Californian delegates, it will allow DNC to scream MATH and UNITY and put pressure on others.

DEPLORABLE!
So...who do you think from the dems should be the nominee? Do they have any good guys at all? At all at all? Even Biden's window has now closed. We have swiftboated him already as a creep. So who else is there? Tulsi Gabbard? She has kept her mouth shut thus far, which is a great strategy tbh. Who knows what kind of socialist crap will come out once she opens it. But just by the virtue of keeping silent, she already looks more decent and acceptable to America thus far.
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Kamala Harris is fake, regardless how much the media/DNC promote her, when the primary gets midway, she will be exposed.... she is hollow and fake. When she will be scrutinized, lots of skeleton will come out of her closet.



I will be very surprised if she gets the nomination.




I like Tulsi Gabbard. But I don't think she will ever be front runner anytime in the (primary) race.
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Ocasio-Cortez (AOC) says there is a ‘legitimate question’ that needs to be asked: ‘Is it okay to still have children?’




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Kamala Harris is fake, regardless how much the media/DNC promote her, when the primary gets midway, she will be exposed.... she is hollow and fake. When she will be scrutinized, lots of skeleton will come out of her closet.



I will be very surprised if she gets the nomination.




I like Tulsi Gabbard. But I don't think she will ever be front runner anytime in the (primary) race.
I was about to make a similar comment about Kamal Harris, but I resisted because I know my bias. She truly comes across as FAKE and HOLLOW because of her over acting, over reacting, over the top laughter, fake smiles, and smirks.

Why is it so difficult to be a normal human being? Her interaction in the above interview reminds me of Hillary Clinton's debate performance against Donald Trump. Hillary was switching between forced smiling and smirking throughout the debate, and subconsciously this was so oft-putting to the audience that even though Trump was grossly unprepared and shooting from his @$$ more often than not, he at the end did not come across as disingenuous like Hillary, and it worked in his favor. Body language matters, and if it is fake, people can sense it.

If CROOKED Kamala remains FAKE and being scripted by her DUMB strategists as she has been so far, even if she is the nominee, she will NOT beat Trump. And if her skeletons come out sooner than later, good news for Bernie and the progressives
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So...who do you think from the dems should be the nominee? Do they have any good guys at all? At all at all? Even Biden's window has now closed. We have swiftboated him already as a creep. So who else is there? Tulsi Gabbard? She has kept her mouth shut thus far, which is a great strategy tbh. Who knows what kind of socialist crap will come out once she opens it. But just by the virtue of keeping silent, she already looks more decent and acceptable to America thus far.
It is not about what I like or think. It is also not about whether capitalism is good or social democracy (don't mix up social democracy and socialism, they are different) is crap. DNC, if they are truly democratic, need to arrange a free and fair primary, so that people can hear the candidates out and make an informed decision.

What I do not want or like is DNC insidiously promoting their own candidate, which they have already started by cheating around the edges, and moving the California primary earlier is one example in this regard.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8w1zf3YyXRI

Watch this clip to see how the establishment media GAS LIGHTs Tulsi Gabbard, and yet she remained composed throughout and answered their questions articulately and gracefully.

If I were there, may be I would have started fist fighting. Great restraint from Tulsi there
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Very impressive! Love her anti war stance on all those conflicts. Trump has also been a good peace maker compared to all the recent presidents we've had
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Trump has also been a good peace maker compared to all the recent presidents we've had
NOT TRUE!

His North Korea has been nothing but posturing even though I would like to give him the benefit of doubt. But giving benefit of doubt is hard when the President of the United States publicly moans for the Nobel Peace Prize

But his administration is ramping up regime change efforts both in Venezuela and in Iran. These efforts disqualify Trump from being a non-interventionist and non-imperialist president.

What has been happening in Venezuela is absolutely outrageous to say the least. Maduro is not a good guy, but the world is not black and white either, and unfortunately there is lot of grey in between. Maduro has failed to manage his country, has dictatorial tendencies, and there are question marks over Venezuelan elections, but that does not mean one can deny the impact of massive sanctions by USA that has tremendously kneecapped Maduro. And no matter what the situation is, it is simply unprecedented and abnormal for the POTUS to make a tweet and declare a no name guy from street as the president of a country. But abnormal is the new normal in Trump age.

How would it be if EU today makes a tweet and declare Pelosi as US president? Preposterous, but not when US do it.

BTW, can anyone guess why is US ramping up regime change in Venezuela and Iran? What is the common denominator between them ? Follow the money oil.

This humanitarian crisis is simply a pretext. If US is so worried about dictators and dictatorship, why do US pick and choose dictators? When Bernie was recently pressed about Maduro in his recent CNN town hall, he correctly fired back by asking why US was not doing anything against Saudi monarchy.

The bottom line is, and this is an open secret, US government will do anything to facilitate US oil companies access to Venezuelan oil. In addition, Trump's Secretary of State thinks there are active Hezbollah cells in Venezuela, which must be taken down for the purpose of NATIONAL SECURITY. This claim should break the lunacy meter, but not in the age of Trump and Fox propaganda

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/w...-a8767186.html

One more thing: Whoever had chosen bald eagle as the great seal of the United States, made the perfect choice. US has always been like an eagle, monitoring the whole world from above. Whenever and wherever it sees CAPITAL, it comes down with its might and ROB it. The motto in the seal should have been Might is Right.
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Sanders is UNSTOPPABLE this time

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By Monday, after less than a week as a presidential candidate, Mr. Sanders has collected $10 million from 359,914 donors, campaign officials said. But perhaps just as daunting a figure for his rivals is this: Nearly 39 percent of those donors used an email address that had never before been used to give to Mr. Sanders.

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There is little surprise that Mr. Sanders, whose 2016 Democratic primary run was powered by $230 million in grass-roots giving, would post big fund-raising numbers if he ran again. But the size of his advantage — he raised $5.9 million in his first day as a candidate, nearly 20 times what Senator Elizabeth Warren did in her first day and nearly four times more than Senator Kamala Harris’s $1.5 million — has established him as a financial front-runner in a crowded Democratic field.

“I think the fact that he has raised so much, so fast, so early should be concerning for anyone else who wants to pick up the liberal flag in this nominating contest,” said Craig Varoga, a Democratic strategist who is unaligned in the race.
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More than 48,000 donors have already agreed to give to Mr. Sanders over and over, signing up for recurring donations to be drawn from their credit cards worth a combined more than $1 million each month, according to statistics provided to The New York Times by the campaign. The average overall contribution was just under $26.

But the fact that such a large share of donations came from new email addresses is perhaps the most significant figure beyond the overall totals. While some fraction of those new email addresses are surely old donors with updated contact information — college students who graduated, for instance, or people who changed jobs — the idea that a sizable share of Mr. Sanders’s donors could be new undercuts the hope among rivals that Mr. Sanders had maxed out a limited, if impassioned, minority of the party when he ran four years ago.

“There’s an assumption he’s relying on that loyal base of support from 2016,” said Jen Psaki, a Democratic strategist and former White House communications director for President Barack Obama. But a rush of new donors “would make people question the assumption that Bernie supporters are solely Bernie loyalists from 2016, end of story,” she said.

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Top Democrats want 2020 candidates to sign non-aggression pact

This is so lame from corporate democrats. They know their nominee will face $**tstorm from Trump, but in their own primary, they want trigger free safe space.

It is like asking a batsmen to prepare for playing in NZ without practicing on pace, bounce, and swing.

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Very impressive! Love her anti war stance on all those conflicts.
Crooked Kamala can learn a thing or two from Tulsi about how to interact and act like a normal human being.

But of course she won't, because she is a pathetic, bought corporate democrat
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“I can die a happy man having never having lived in the White House,” Biden said. “But what I don’t want to do is take people’s time, effort, and commitment without there being a clear shot that I could be the nominee.”
Liked the above statement from Joe Biden. Unless you have a serious shot to win, it is not worth the effort to run for US presidency.

It would be wise for Biden if decides to not run.

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Faiz Shakir is Bernie Sanders' campaign manager this time. There is a powerful symbolism here - Moslems and Jews can work together.
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I believe Democratic party will experience the Trump effect RNC experienced in 2016. First RNC anointed Rubio, then Kasich, then Cruz. But ultimately they failed to prevent the insurgent candidate Trump.

Same is likely to happen in DNC this time. Insurgent Bernie will be hard to be prevent. He is polling higher than Biden in NH. If he wins in Iowa and NH, he will be hard to contain thereafter
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For what? to receive negative 1 vote?
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For what? to receive negative 1 vote?
He'll probably drop out when the polls show him at 0.5%

And he can't raise enough funds
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Sen. Bernie Sanders said Friday that he hasn’t spoken to Hillary Clinton for advice on the 2020 race, and frankly, he isn’t interested.

“Hillary and I have fundamental differences and that’s just what it is,” Sanders (I-Vt.) said on "The View."
Great answer from Bernie. Straight forward and to the point. Who would want advice from a LOSER who lost to an orange buffoon?

Hillary and her minions are the biggest SORE LOSERs ever seen in politics - they still have not gotten over 2016 loss. Hillary, you are not relevant any more. Your place is the DUSTBIN of history. Accept it Hillary, accept it. Go to the woods for God's sake.

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Prediction time:

Liz Warren: Had a very high expectation of her, but her recent interviews were very disappointing to say the least. She came across as very boring. On Medicare for all, she was not forthright, on Venezuela, she is parroting the establishment line, and on money in politics, she said she will not take PAC money and corporate donations in the primary but will take it in the general. She is a policy nerd but nerds probably do not make good presidential candidate. And now she is trying to relate to people by bringing her dog with her She was on the wrong side of history in 2016, which is the biggest strike on her resume. It is too early, but my prediction is she will not make it. Sorry Liz, you did some good works, but you betrayed when Bernie gave America a chance in 2016, and therefore, go and hang out with your buddy Hillary in the woods now.

Uncle Joe: Biden has failed miserably in presidential politics, but 2020 is a different race. Polls are showing him ahead, but crooked pollsters are heavily polling older demographic block, which heavily favors Biden or centrist type democrats. Biden is very likely to fail again because (1) he is gaffe prone (2) he has not evolved from his 80s-90s type of politics and thinks it is cool to reach out to republicans (3) his crime bill, Iraq war vote, and bankruptcy bill will work against him (4) he is still ambivalent, and you cannot win a presidential race with an ambivalent mind. You have to have near 100% belief that you can win. But I desperately want the uncle of America to run so that votes are split between corporate democrats, especially between him and Crooked Kamala, which will allow Bernie to win with 40% of votes or less

Cory Booker: I call him CHOKER Cory, and his campaign is choking even before it started, as expected. This no substance part time fire-fighter never had any chance. Cory, do some more firefighting before you again run for president.

CROOKED Kamala: I read she is struggling with her campaign at the moment, but I would be hesitant to write her off because she has the establishment weight behind her. If Boss Bernie can beat this FRAUD in California primary, it will be a sweet moment.

Amy Klobuchar: Go and swim in Mississippi river. You have No CHANCE Amy. Do not be delusional.

Kirsten Gillibrand: She is portraying herself as an American Mama, but sorry mama, you have NO CHANCE!

Andrew Yang: I like his idea of Universal Basic Income, he is progressive in many ways, but frankly speaking, he has NO CHANCE.

Tulsi Gabbard: As much as I want her to succeed, she is not getting any media attention and also polling fairly low. Her chance is low but I regard her as the dark horse of 2020 race.

Pete Buttigieg: The gay mayor from Indiana supports medicare for all. In terms of looks, he is the bubba of 2020. But he has no chance.

Julian Castro: Is he still running? No CHANCE.

Bernie Sanders: So far, the grandpa of America has been the boss of the race, in terms of grass root support and small donation fund raising. Boss Bernie has the most chance, but he must remain vigilant against complacency. It will be a bruising primary and general election race.
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Liz Warren: Had a very high expectation of her, but her recent interviews were very disappointing to say the least. She came across as very boring. On Medicare for all, she was not forthright, on Venezuela, she is parroting the establishment line, and on money in politics, she said she will not take PAC money and corporate donations in the primary but will take it in the general. She is a policy nerd but nerds probably do not make good presidential candidate. And now she is trying to relate to people by bringing her dog with her She was on the wrong side of history in 2016, which is the biggest strike on her resume. It is too early, but my prediction is she will not make it. Sorry Liz, you did some good works, but you betrayed when Bernie gave America a chance in 2016, and therefore, go and hang out with your buddy Hillary in the woods now.

Uncle Joe: Biden has failed miserably in presidential politics, but 2020 is a different race. Polls are showing him ahead, but crooked pollsters are heavily polling older demographic block, which heavily favors Biden or centrist type democrats. Biden is very likely to fail again because (1) he is gaffe prone (2) he has not evolved from his 80s-90s type of politics and thinks it is cool to reach out to republicans (3) his crime bill, Iraq war vote, and bankruptcy bill will work against him (4) he is still ambivalent, and you cannot win a presidential race with an ambivalent mind. You have to have near 100% belief that you can win. But I desperately want the uncle of America to run so that votes are split between corporate democrats, especially between him and Crooked Kamala, which will allow Bernie to win with 40% of votes or less

Cory Booker: I call him CHOKER Cory, and his campaign is choking even before it started, as expected. This no substance part time fire-fighter never had any chance. Cory, do some more firefighting before you again run for president.

CROOKED Kamala: I read she is struggling with her campaign at the moment, but I would be hesitant to write her off because she has the establishment weight behind her. If Boss Bernie can beat this FRAUD in California primary, it will be a sweet moment.

Amy Klobuchar: Go and swim in Mississippi river. You have No CHANCE Amy. Do not be delusional.

Kirsten Gillibrand: She is portraying herself as an American Mama, but sorry mama, you have NO CHANCE!

Andrew Yang: I like his idea of Universal Basic Income, he is progressive in many ways, but frankly speaking, he has NO CHANCE.

Tulsi Gabbard: As much as I want her to succeed, she is not getting any media attention and also polling fairly low. Her chance is low but I regard her as the dark horse of 2020 race.

Pete Buttigieg: The gay mayor from Indiana supports medicare for all. In terms of looks, he is the bubba of 2020. But he has no chance.

Julian Castro: Is he still running? No CHANCE.

Bernie Sanders: So far, the grandpa of America has been the boss of the race, in terms of grass root support and small donation fund raising. Boss Bernie has the most chance, but he must remain vigilant against complacency. It will be a bruising primary and general election race.
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https://www.politico.com/story/2019/...mpaign-1200725
Another no name guy jumped into the race. John Hickenlooper? Let's call him Chickenlooper. He will not get any vote, his consolation prize will be chicken lollypop.
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Ocasio-Cortez, chief of staff illegally moved $885G in campaign contributions 'off the books,' FEC complaint alleges



"New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Saikat Chakrabarti, the progressive firebrand's multimillionaire chief of staff, apparently violated campaign finance law by funneling nearly $1 million in contributions from political action committees Chakrabarti established to private companies that he also controlled, according to an explosive complaint filed Monday with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) and obtained by Fox News."




Who is this Saikat Chakrabarti? Looks like a deshi bhai.
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