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Monday, May 22, 2017

Sanders supporters seek $25 million from DNC for fraud

From the Hill on July 22, 2016:
Leaked DNC emails reveal secret plans to take on Sanders
The Wikileaks that the DNC rigged its process for Hillary forced Debbie Wasserman Schultz to resign as head of the DNC a week before its convention..

Now Bernie Sanders supporters are suing the Democratic Party for $25 million.

You can see why the Democratic Party blames the Russians for leaks by the late Seth Rich or some other DNC insiders for releasing those damaging emails.

The press ignored and covered up for the Democratic Party with CNN outright lying about them.

Chris Cuomo, D-CNN, said on the air:
“Also interesting is remember, it’s illegal to possess, ah, the stolen documents — it’s different for the media. So everything you’re learning about this, you’re learning from us.”
Fake News?

He's a liar.

Since when does the First Amendment grant immunity from laws that even the president must obey?

Of course, his purpose was to persuade people that the leaking was the news, not the damning contents of the emails that showed collusion between the DNC, Donna Brazile, and the Hillary campaign during the nomination process.

Brazile, then an employee of CNN, gave her network's debate questions to Hillary. The network never explained who gave the questions to Brazile, who as a commentator had no business knowing what questions would be asked.

Now Bernie's supporters are suing Democrats.

From Fox News:
The 2016 presidential campaign is still being litigated – literally.
As Trump administration controversies command media attention, a little-noticed set of lawsuits against the Democratic Party continues to play out in the courts – including one claiming coordination with the Clinton campaign against Bernie Sanders amounted to election fraud.
The case being heard in a Florida courtroom dates back to last summer, when the Democrats were thrown into turmoil following the leak of documents that appeared to show some DNC officials sought to undermine Sanders in the party primary. Jared Beck, a Harvard law expert, shortly afterward filed a class-action lawsuit on behalf of residents of 45 states against the DNC and former chairwomen Debbie Wasserman Schultz.
The DNC has been trying for months to have the case dismissed, and scored a temporary victory last year when it was decided the plaintiffs had improperly filed paperwork.
Beck has been fighting the DNC every step of the way, and is demanding the party repay individuals and Sanders supporters for contributions made during the election, alleging misappropriation of funds. 
“If we can’t trust the two political parties to run an election in a fair manner, who can we trust?” Beck told Fox News.
During the most recent hearing on April 25 before a judge in the southern district of Florida, the DNC made a strictly legal argument – one that surely would have rankled Sanders supporters.
Bruce Spiva, a lawyer for the DNC, argued in its motion to dismiss that the party holds the right to select its candidate any way it chooses and is not bound by pledges of fairness.
“We could have voluntarily decided that, ‘Look, we’re gonna go into back rooms like they used to and smoke cigars and pick the candidate that way.’ That's not the way it was done. But they could have. And that would have also been their right,” Spiva argued.
Although the Article 5, Section 4 of the Democratic Party charter stipulates that it will function with total neutrality during Democratic primaries, the DNC lawyer argued the promise was non-binding.
Wonder if all those class-action lawyers in the Democratic Party want tort reform now.

Given that states finance primary elections, shouldn't West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morissey seek funds from the DNC for its Fake Primary scam?

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  1. "Given that states finance primary elections, shouldn't West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morissey seek funds from the DNC for its Fake Primary scam?"

    He probably would if they had any money. It looks like the Democratic Party finances are in the toilet right now. More debt than cash on hand. The GOP is just the opposite. No debt and plenty of cash on hand. Hmmm. Interesting. Nah. The big money is in suing Big Pharma with their bottomless pockets. Lawyers may be dumb, but they ain't stoopid. - Elric

  2. Sure looks like open and shut conspiracy to commit fraud to me. DNC actively subverting Sanders while folks send in donations to Sanders. A good lawyer just needs to dig... did Sanders know? Cause... that's the rub. IF Sanders or his folks KNEW the fix was in... well then.. that's out right fraud. The questions need to be asked, under oath, and documents searched... but it won't. it's a third-rail. Cannot touch.

  3. Hillary's DNC fighting a war on two fronts, from the Right and from the Far Left?

    Who's HItler now, Leftards?

  4. Wonder if Bernie's socialist supporters will share their winnings with us.

  5. Bernie should sue for TRIPLE damages. And pain and suffering.

  6. "...the promise was non-binding." That, my friends, is EXACTLY how Dems treat the Constitution as well. If ANY agreed-upon document impedes their path to sheer raw power: Ignore it. That is what's called anarchy, and the Proggies are embracing it more and more these days. Which is why they need to be stopped. By a second Civil War if necessary.