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Bernie and Elizabeth are the leaders of this movement. They are for honesty and integrity in

Government, a Government that is for the entire American people, not just for the
few super-rich. Bernie and Elizabeth stand for reform -- removing the bribery and
corruption of the Corporate Power people -- and replacing them with people of
MORAL principles.

They are the exact opposites of the Tea-Party. The Koch brothers, I understand,
are doing a good deal of the financing of the Tea Party. They are known for their
bribery and corruption.

About the current investigation in Brooklyn: If it turns out that a crime has been committed, the

guilty parties must be punished according to the law. If nothing more than a slap on the wrist
happens, the way most of such cases have been treated so far, voter and election fraud will
continue as it always has in the past. As long as they know they can get away with it, there
will NEVER be any change.

The American public should insist on the above. Perhaps we should even make a PETITION
RIGHT NOW, before it's too late. But petition to whom? Who would be the most effective
one to make a petition to?

Many Hillary supporters are celebrating her victory yesterday in New York . It might be a little

premature. This latest massive purge of Democratic voters in NY is being taken more seriously
than similar events in other states in the past, because of its sheer size, I suppose -- 126,000
Democrats (almost all Sanders supporters) were prevented from voting in Brooklyn alone. The
Board of Elections itself, I understand, is now being sued.

I hope this is just the beginning. May it, in time, lead to some serious and much needed reforms
in laws governing our Elections -- Local, State and Federal.

Did they really expect us to continue taking this forever without complaining?


The Corporate-owned news media are sure super quiet about yesterday's "massive purge of Democratic

voters" in New York. They are doing their best to help Hillary not to lose votes. They want Hillary to win
because (1) she'll be easier for them to beat in November, and (2) she's on very good terms with the
Corporate people, even if she should beat their Republican candidate. Either way she'll be of more use to
the Republicans than Bernie would be.

Democrats, on the other hand, have no news media to depend on for help of any kind. We've got to
spread the news of the latest dirty trick by word of mouth, via the Internet, or whatever other means
of communication we can think of.

Let's do our best to spread the news of this latest dirty trick around to help Bernie win. I don't think
Hillary should be president at all. Do you?

Many thanks. In my opinion the position in which she would do our nation most good under the

present circumstances would be to take Harry Reid's place after he leaves in January, 2017. I
realize that she is still a junior senator, but she is also the most dynamic and effectual
individual of that entire body.

Don't tell me that you've never seen this: For the better part of a year now, whenever polls

compared Sanders and Clinton to Republican presidential candidates, Sanders has been
besting the Republican by double digit numbers over Clinton -- every single time.

This shows what would happen in the General Election. The majority of the American
people by far would vote for Sanders over Clinton as president. There's the majority
for you.

Just Google "Massive Purge of Democratic Voters in NY." There are already 37,000+ articles on

this topic. Government authorities - including the Mayor of NYC - are taking this seriously. This
time it's quite possible that the perpetrators will have bitten off more than they can chew. Below
are 3 of the 37,000+ articles from Google:

(1) New York Voters Sue The State, Claiming Mass Voter Roll Purges ...

www.gothamist.com/2016/04/18/voter_registration_lawsuit.php - View by Ixquick Proxy - Highlight

1 day ago ... In New York, voters certain that they should be registered Democrat have in ... " The Board of Elections, not voters, holds the voting records and ...

Google on this topic. The Main Stream Media may be keeping quiet, but the three articles
below from Google show that authorities in NY -- including the Mayor of NYC -- are taking
this seriously. This time the perpetrators may have bitten off more than they can chew!

(2) New York's Mayor Responds as Brooklyn Voter Purge Doubles to ...

www.usuncut.com/politics/nyc-mayor-responds-to-brooklyn-voter-purge/ - View by Ixquick Proxy - Highlight

23 hours ago ... New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is demanding an explanation from the city ... a 7 percent drop in the number of registered Democratic voters between ... NY Board of Elections: Conduct Full Statewide Audit of Voter Purges.

(3) Massive Clinton voter fraud in NY - The Horn News

https://thehornnews.com/15140-2/ - View by Ixquick Proxy - Highlight

1 day ago ... Many of these purged voters seem to be Bernie Sanders supporters, leading to ... voter registration and election administration: the Board of Elections. ... Sanders is a socialist but he is a member of the democrat party with a ...

Complaints of NY Board of Elections having purged more than 125,000 Democratic Voters from their

rolls will be investigated by Judge:

I wouldn't be surprised if there has been cheating in other states also since the Primaries began on Feb. 1, 2016.
Has the case in Arizona been settled? And will election and vote frauds continue right until June 14, 2016?


EW entered poliics late in life, yet became a political power within a short space of time.

I think she was able to do this because she was one of the few politicians who had
the courage to point out the depths of corruption and degradation our nation has
fallen into -- and she told the truth in such depth, and with such eloquence! It was
high time that someone in authority did come out with such information for the
American people -- and she was the one who did it, and is continuing to do it. A
large fraction of our entire nation loved her for her daring. She has earned our
admiration and respect

She is 67 years old now. How much time has she left to "leave her options open" to?
At one time we were the most admired country in the world, and deservedly so.
Among other things, we did help so many foreign nations get back on their feet after
World War II. I think both Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren are trying to bring
our nation back to that state that it once had been.

The job ahead is an incredibly difficult one. I don't expect to see it accomplished
in my life-time.

I suppose there might be a few Republican moles planted here to cause the Democrats more harm.

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