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5 ways the Arizona primaries were rigged

5 ways the Arizona primaries were rigged

(10:39) Voter suppression seems to be rife in the US elections. Tim Black explains what's been going on at the Arizona primaries. youtube.com/user/TimsTakeLive

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Guest: Hitchiker (574 days ago)

Yep that sure sure is a real democracy you have down there.

Corruption is rampant in the USA, count on it.

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Yep that sure sure is a real democracy you have down there.

Corruption is rampant in the USA, count on it.

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COncernedCitizen COncernedCitizen (572 days ago)

Although it was inconvenient, many of the issues he raises didn't help one candidate over another. For example, reducing the number of polling stations from 200 to 60 means what specifically to Hillary? Hillary supporters are willing to wait longer?

When someone calls in a bomb threat, what should they do to the facility other than vacate? Seems like a good precaution to me.

I think this guy is grasping at straws because his preferred candidate did not win.

Also note that this is not the general election. This is just to determine who the democratic and republican nominees will be. If they are not backed by the democratic and republican committees, they can still run as independent candidates. You can be on the ballot of every state as an independent like Ross Perot did but these candidates are trying to use the power democratic and republican parties to get more funding and votes. Each state determines their policies for for these kinds of elections but the general election is spelled out specifically in our constitution.

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Although it was inconvenient, many of the issues he raises didn't help one candidate over another. For example, reducing the number of polling stations from 200 to 60 means what specifically to Hillary? Hillary supporters are willing to wait longer?

When someone calls in a bomb threat, what should they do to the facility other than vacate? Seems like a good precaution to me.

I think this guy is grasping at straws because his preferred candidate did not win.

Also note that this is not the general election. This is just to determine who the democratic and republican nominees will be. If they are not backed by the democratic and republican committees, they can still run as independent candidates. You can be on the ballot of every state as an independent like Ross Perot did but these candidates are trying to use the power democratic and republican parties to get more funding and votes. Each state determines their policies for for these kinds of elections but the general election is spelled out specifically in our constitution.

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WalterEgo WalterEgo (572 days ago)

"... reducing the number of polling stations from 200 to 60 means what specifically to Hillary?" Bernie does better when the turnout is high. More Hillary voters also vote early (postal votes etc.). More Hillary voters are retired so they can go to the polling stations early in the day and wait around for many hours if they need to. People who work go after work when the queues are already long. Bernie's database also got hacked which may explain why many Democratic voters couldn't vote because their registration had been mysteriously switched to Independent. LINK

Mainsteam media called the election for Hillary after only 1% of the vote had been cast. Why would you do that unless you wanted to send a message to Bernie voters: "What's the point of queuing for a few hours when Hillary has already won?"

"When someone calls in a bomb threat, what should they do to the facility other than vacate?" Of course they should vacate. But if the bomb threats are from Hillary supporters, then that is voter suppression.

"I think this guy is grasping at straws because his preferred candidate did not win." It's not just this guy, it's all over the non-mainstream news.

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"... reducing the number of polling stations from 200 to 60 means what specifically to Hillary?" Bernie does better when the turnout is high. More Hillary voters also vote early (postal votes etc.). More Hillary voters are retired so they can go to the polling stations early in the day and wait around for many hours if they need to. People who work go after work when the queues are already long. Bernie's database also got hacked which may explain why many Democratic voters couldn't vote because their registration had been mysteriously switched to Independent. LINK

Mainsteam media called the election for Hillary after only 1% of the vote had been cast. Why would you do that unless you wanted to send a message to Bernie voters: "What's the point of queuing for a few hours when Hillary has already won?"

"When someone calls in a bomb threat, what should they do to the facility other than vacate?" Of course they should vacate. But if the bomb threats are from Hillary supporters, then that is voter suppression.

"I think this guy is grasping at straws because his preferred candidate did not win." It's not just this guy, it's all over the non-mainstream news.

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Guest: Hitchhiker (572 days ago)
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Are you schizophrenic? I mean who in their right mind has an argument with themselves?

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Are you schizophrenic? I mean who in their right mind has an argument with themselves?

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