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Hillary claims the nomination

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Only one problem, the primary is a long way from being over.  Now don't get me wrong.  The only advantage Bernie has is that he doesn't lie about who he is or what his socialist agenda would be.  It would be a horrible mistake with a Sanders presidency. Or another Clinton for that matter.  But if you don't believe it's rigged, how does Hillary know this:



Bernie comes face to face with the Clinton Mafia

For her part, Clinton proclaimed that the race is over. “I will be the nominee for my party,” she said in a TV interview. “That is already done, in effect. There is no way I won’t be.”

Beyond taunting fate, her claims are like pulling rank — if you have to resort to it, you’re in trouble.

In fact, Sanders still has an outside chance of getting to the convention with more pledged delegates than her, and wants rule changes to force superdelegates to vote with their states instead of being free agents. Dems have nearly 700 superdelegates, with more than 500 committed to Clinton.

Even assuming Clinton survives, and doesn’t get indicted, she is being diminished by the day. Sanders is exposing how weak she is and how little enthusiasm there is for her.

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Super delegate= we've been had. The US is due for election reforms, among many other needed reforms. They are deliberately defying the will of the people to install further components of their puppet government. The only way the people win is to get bloody, it's a shame it's come to this. George Washington would shit his britches if he could see what this country has become.

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