Bernie Sanders Calls Democratic Party ‘Weak and Incapable of Organizing’

Sanders is out to lunch on economics, but we don’t think of him as conniving, which stands in contrast to most of the jackals in the Senate.

The Hillary crew resented the old man. They didn’t respect him and they couldn’t believe that he’d dare challenge the anointed one. But he challenged, and in a fair fight he might have won.

We haven’t forgotten the 6 Iowa coin flips.

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“I went all in for Bernie,” she said. “But the DNC burned him, so I went off the plantation to become a deplorable.”

This is an interesting article because it hints of the tectonic shifts going on in the electorate. Some shifts, like Pennsylvania going Republican are obvious. Others are much more subtle, the result of quiet movements in political magma bubbling under the surface.

In the attached article, Politico (being Politico) makes sure to trot out the already tired memes of Tumptist racism. The article also perpetuates the “Steve Bannon is a ‘white nationalist’” bit. (Which for the record,

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Who cares who hacked the DNC? , The real story is that the DNC appears corrupt and actively worked against Bernie Sanders

Somewhere along the way the “official” media sources got the official line. –  Focus on an assertion by John Podesta Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager, who has his own ties to the Russians, that the Russians are behind exposing that the Democratic National Committee was working on behalf of Hillary Clinton in the primary process and against Bernie Sanders.

No one in the government to our knowledge has confirmed this assertion. But even still, where the leak came from is not the issue.

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Bernie Delegate Speaks Out Against Fake DNC *Seat Fillers* – “The Bernie people are not here, and the people who are are getting paid…” (VIDEO)

The video below is reflective of a theme which has run through this week, “The Revolution Won’t Be Televised.”

The official version of the Dem convention on the mainstream media outlets and the version we see actually coming from the people on the ground at the convention are very different.

Another great report from a citizen journalist.

This was from the previous night.

ACC is a completely non-partisan organization.

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New Leak: Top DNC Official Wanted to Use Bernie Sanders’s Religious Beliefs Against Him

As we’ve said many times, Bernie’s economics are just flat out dangerous. However he was treated very badly in the primaries. That should not be forgotten. The Iowa coin flips. The railroading in Nevada. I’m sure there were many other examples. Oh, here’s one.

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Ending With a Whimper: the Political Surrender of Bernie Sanders

Bernie did surrender. As we said before, the collectivist, unionish tendency in the Democratic Party is strong. Those who break from the herd are quickly rejected. If you don’t stay shoulder to shoulder the herd doesn’t want you. You will be exiled. Bernie didn’t want to be exiled. And he didn’t want a challenge for his Senate seat either. So Bernie looked around and decided he didn’t want to leave the herd after all. He bowed his head and fell back in formation.

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Sanders sells out to Hillary (?)

One thing about America’s “Left” wing party is that it knows the power of the union and it knows the power of the union boss. One way or another you will comply. You will NOT think for yourself. You will NOT think independently. You WILL fall in line. Don’t even think, think of doing anything other than what we have told you.

Sanders, for all of his frankly destructive economic ideas was a breath of fresh air.

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Who Has Donated The Most Money To Bernie Sanders? – The Unemployed

This story is not entirely an indictment of Sanders. Better the unemployed fund the guy’s campaign than Goldman Sachs or Monsanto. (Seriously.) Still it isn’t exactly a good sign either. Many of the folks sending money are receiving that money first via government, taxpayer funded programs. They presumably give with the hope that Bernie will expand government, taxpayer funded programs. That’s not really progress. Though regular welfare is slightly better than corporate welfare, which more than rivals regular welfare in cost to taxpayers,

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