Aren’t we tired of politicians lying to us for our votes and doing nothing for us once they are elected? Shouldn’t we have the right to demand for fairness and integrity from our politicians…and receive it?
If your response to the latter was anything shy of, “your damn right!” then you must be fine with it being business-as-usual for Hillary Clinton and her comrades at the Democratic National Committee (DNC).
Before I continue any further, it’s necessary to point out that my frame of reference is geared towards those who supported Bernie Sanders but were on the fence with Hillary Clinton.
Thus, If you had reservations about Hillary Clinton and sensed that she was corrupt but yet wasn’t sure if your suspicions were sufficient enough to not support her….every information from this point on will be very useful to you.
According to Guccifer 2.0; a hacktivist who leaked important campaign information from the DNC servers, there was a consolidated effort since May 2015 to make Hillary Clinton the Democratic presidential nominee.
For example, the DNC chair, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, whom was also Hillary Clinton’s co-campaign chair in 2008, “schduled just six sanctioned debates at odd times when viewership would be predictably low, and after crucial deadlines to change one’s voter registration in states like New York, and then threatened to ban candidates from those if they participated in unsanctioned ones.” according to Paste Magazine.
Then, and according to Paste Magzine, there was the time when “Debbie Wasserman Schultz barred the Sanders campaign’s access to the Democratic party’s voter files over the actions of one of his staffers.” And the sanctions were not lifted until Bernie and his campaign filed a lawsuit against the DNC.
Those revelations were from the hacktivist alone, but what about the more obvious ones—that crystallized Hillary as being inauthentic and a gluttonous for dirty money?
Ones such as, the over 2 million ballots that had not been counted for during the California Primaries. And then there was Lee Fang, journalist for Intercept, who twitted that the DNC was funneling money into pro-Clinton super PACs. Or, how could we forget how unusual it was, why, and even before any single person had casted their votes, 400 superdelegates pledged their support to Hillary Clinton?
If these things don’t scream political favoritism and economic royalism, then I don’t know what does. Moreover, that is why Hillary Clinton, the entire DNC establishment and her desperate strategies that lead her to become the Democratic presidential nominee demands our continuous scrutiny and devalorization.