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Super Tuesday 1

Dean Henderson

Dean Henderson

By Dean Henderson
Democratic National Committee (DNC) Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz and her Zionist masters were sure they had laid out the perfect Super Tuesday Democratic primary calendar to deliver a knockout blow to the pesky Bernie Sanders campaign.
Having already limited debates and loaded Hillary Clinton down with nearly all “super delegates” (elected and distinguished Democratic officials, including every Democratic member of House & Senate and all Democratic state governors), the banking elite were so confident that they even sidelined nuclear option Michael Bloomberg for the time being.
Apparently Bloomberg takes votes from Sanders in a three-way race for president.
On Super Tuesday, Hillary took her victory lap early. But as contests moved west and north late, Sanders scored double-digit wins in Minnesota, Colorado and Oklahoma. Massachusetts returns showed Bernie six points down with 85% reporting. By morning he had closed it to 50-49 Hillary with 99% in.
There’s a good chance the DNC pulled some shenanigans in MA, just as they did in IA and NV. By stealing MA for Hillary, they can say she won 7, he won 4. Sounds much better than 6-5, especially considering the Deep South is nearly voted out and primaries now move to Bernie-friendly territory.
The reality in Massachusetts: Hillary picked up 46 delegates, Bernie got 45. It was a virtual tie.
The delegate count now stands as 1052-427 in favor of Hillary. Take away the undemocratic super delegates, and her lead dives to 608-413.
That’s right, Sanders got only 14 Washington elites to pledge to him, while Clinton got 444. She won the House of Lords derby 97%-3%.
But this unscrupulous delegate padding is a one-off deal for Clinton.
From here on out it’s one person, one vote.
Sanders’ Sooner State win could prove a game-changer, potentially lighting a prairie populist wildfire through this Saturday’s contests in Kansas and Nebraska. If he can win these two states, plus Maine on Sunday, he will hand Hillary a weekend 3-2 defeat — assuming she wins Louisiana and Kentucky.
Blacks, Hispanics and women are all letting Sanders down thus far. This must change.
Tulsi Gabbard

Tulsi Gabbard

Maybe the resignation of DNC Vice-Chair Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI), will shake things up in this arena.  Gabbard, who has joined the Sanders campaign and been mentioned as a potential running mate, was both the first Hindi and the first American Samoan elected to Congress when she was voted into office in 2012.
Maybe a run up the mostly-white middle of the country will give Bernie his momentum back and give minority groups time to reconsider their allegiance to Clinton — whose austerity/war policies (and those of her husband) have done none of them any good.
There are other myths which Bernie needs to burst, including Clinton’s “electability” versus his, and the fact that Bernie is anything but single-issue, contrary to Clinton lies. Sanders also needs to continue attacking her Wall Street connections, whilst hoping that the FBI can get some information from 2008 Clinton campaign worker Bryan Pagliano, whom they granted immunity from prosecution yesterday.
Mrs. Clinton herself has yet to testify, but one can be certain that she is Feeling the Bern . . . .

Dean Henderson is the author of Big Oil & Their Bankers in the Persian Gulf: Four Horsemen, Eight Families & Their Global Intelligence, Narcotics & Terror Network, The Grateful Unrich: Revolution in 50 Countries and Das Kartell der Federal Reserve. Subscriptions to his Left Hook blog are FREE at DeanHenderson.wordpress.com

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