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DNC Fraud Lawsuit, most important lawsuit in the nation’s history

By Joseph Ballin

While a TYT panel dismissed this and a certain MR co-host called it “boring”, there is nothing more important and vital to our nation’s survival as a somewhat quasi democratic representative republic than our fundamental right to vote. I like millions of Americans registered Democrat (and shortly afterwords back to independent) in order to vote for Senator Bernie Sanders. However, what me and millions of other Americans didn’t realize was our votes didn’t mean jack shit cause the DNC had rigged the primary years in advance for Hillary. Oh sure Hillary didn’t win in 2008, but that was only cause Obama was just as much as a DNC insider as Hillary and both had a compromise allow Hillary to be Secretary of State and to be the nominee in 2016.

Fast forward to 2017, and the DNC rigged another race, this time for their boy Tom Perez, another Clinton loyalist, for the chairmanship of the DNC.  I supported Sam Ronan in that race, but others thought Keith Ellison would have been a better choice. Either way both are light years better than Perez. But the gravy train must keep on rolling at the DNC.

Let’s take exit polling disparities.  Keep in mind exit polls were used as justification by the American empire to overthrow the democratically elected president of Ukraine and install right wing forces pandering to Nazis. According to Richard Charnin, 11 of 26 exit polls exceeded the margin of error for Sanders, while 24 of 26 exit polls shifted to Clinton in the vote . The exit polling got so bad that they stopped doing exit polls in May, meaning Kentucky, Oregon, Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, California, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, and District of Columbia had not exit poll results.

And that’s not even covering that other fraud, the super delegates, denying millions of independent and other parties from voting in the Democratic primary, the throwing off of thousands of Brooklyn voters, stealing Nevada delegates from Sanders, Bill Clinton closing down a voting station in Massachusetts, anointing Hillary the winner the day before the CA primary, and I haven’t even touched the DNC emails.

This is stuff straight out of a banana republic. Until we fix our voting process we will never be free of people like Clinton or Trump (the pied piper candidate the DNC/Clinton promoted because they thought he would be “easy” to beat). In the DNC Fraud lawsuit, Bruce Spiva, lawyer for the DNC, stated that “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,’” So what Bruce is saying is your vote doesn’t mean jack shit and the DNC charter isn’t worth the paper to whip your ass with. We need to expose corrupt people like DWS and Donna Brazile for the lying frauds. This why the DNC lawsuit is so vital to our democracy and I thank people like Tim Black, H. A. Goodman, Jimmy Dore, and others for covering this. Also special thanks to Jared Beck and Elizabeth Lee Beck for pushing this case. We cannot win in 2020 with a Tulsi Gabbard or a Nina Turner or a Bernie Sanders if the voting system is rigged against them.


The Democratic Primaries: No more exit polls; Kentucky and Oregon recap




Bigots for Obama

McCain is losing his base. From….

So a canvasser goes to a woman’s door in Washington, Pennsylvania. Knocks. Woman answers. Knocker asks who she’s planning to vote for. She isn’t sure, has to ask her husband who she’s voting for. Husband is off in another room watching some game. Canvasser hears him yell back, “We’re votin’ for the n***er!”

Woman turns back to canvasser, and says brightly and matter of factly: “We’re voting for the n***er.”

In this economy, racism is officially a luxury. How is John McCain going to win if he can’t win those voters? John Murtha’s “racist” western Pennsylvania district, where this story takes place, is some of the roughest turf in the nation. But Barack Obama is on the ground and making inroads due to unusually strong organizing leadership.

How to speak with “undecided” voters?

I know a little about this topic.  I always say failure is the best way to learn.

First of all, lets take the borderline racists out of the equation, because they are a lost cause, asking themselves whether they are really sure they can trust a black man.  The best way for them to change is probably to talk to another borderline racist and decide whether they really are racist or not.  I contend that they are a negligible percentage.   The racists are not undecided in this election.  They are McCain supporters.

Lets talk about the non-racist ones.  I fear their number is high.  In order to talk with them, first understand that with the contrast in this election, anyone who is undecided between McNasty and Obama is undecided by choice.  They are the republicans who voted for Bush, but are sick of hearing bad things about him, and they don’t trust most Democrats, especially if you throw the liberal label on them.  They do not vote on the issues.  They don’t want to discuss them, because it usually involves facing up to the consequences of their Bush support being a problem.  Instead of discussing with other humans, they watch the TV and they decide. 

My research has shown, that at this late date, if you are really a big fan of Obama, there is really nothing you can say to undecided voters.  So I would say the best strategy is to let them know that if they are not sure then the best idea is to not vote at all.  Because we don’t need another mistake like Bush in the white house.  Undecided voters only listen to other undecided voters, or they listen to the TV, which caters to their undecided status, and perpetuates the cycle of indecision.

Obama’s best strategy is to get out the vote of people who share his vision, and make sure that this is a fair election, with no votes stolen, no voters disenfranchised, and no 4 hour voting lines…at least minimize the cheating, and hope for an enormous turn out, so that a little cheating won’t hurt us.

There is one way Obama supporters can speak with an undecided voter, and that is to pretend you are undecided.  But that is a risky move.  Better to just listen, and try to learn more about what makes their indecision so decisive.

So the title to this post is still an open question that will probably never be answered, but I sure would like to hear your ideas.