Last week, after the indictment of Igor Danchenko, I was stunned to see the mainstream media saying the Steele dossier, now, after all these years, was Russian disinformation.
Update, Oct. 9, 3pm ET: In the virtual DNC fall meeting held today, the motion to suspend the rules and approve Jaime Harrison’s slate of 75 at-large members was passed by DNC members by a vote of 304-59.
I hate this four year pattern the radical left is stuck in where we acquiesce to the DNC candidate, then get ignored because we've already spent our clout. We are the ones whose opponents should have been maneuvered into checkmate, but instead we're hamstrung. Not a single card left to play.
What set me off was this headline that I saw on a Facebook profile, "Bernie Sanders Asks Supporters to Donate to Democratic Party, 'Show Commitment to Party Unity.'" I'm against Democratic Party unity, because the Democrats at the top of the party hierarchy are a bunch of corporate commodities masquerading as politicians.
“If they’d wanted to win, they wouldn’t have run Hillary Clinton.”
--my mom, 2016
Nobody is voting for Joe Biden.
Tulsi Gabbard had always seemed to me like the rare exception to the rule.
If his IQ slips any lower, we'll have to water him twice a day ~ Molly Ivins
Greetings fellow swampers and those preferring to remain dry:
Please show some forbearance here because I break out into laughter all day since seeing the Super Tuesday ST results.
Ho, ho, etc.
The Democratic Party establishment tried rigging the Iowa caucus, and Bernie still won the popular vote anyway. It appears that they will try some bullsh*t in Nevada as well.
Will the rigging work any better the second time? I'd bet that it mostly fails again.