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See You In Philadelphia July 24-28! Huge Sanders Rallies for Democracy. When, where & how.


See You In Philadelphia July 24-28! Huge Sanders Rallies for Democracy. When, where & how.

On July 24th-28th Come to Philadelphia to rally for the future of our Democracy!

The Bernie Sanders presidential Campaign is going all the way to the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia this July. Despite the Mainstream Medias Manipulation of the facts, and insistence that this race is all but over, Bernie is going to finish strong in the primaries and it is nearly a statistical impossibility that either Democratic Party candidate will be able to clinch the nomination on pledged Delegates alone.

It is crucial that american Citizens take a stand and show up to support Bernie during the Democratic National Convention, to show the DNC just how committed we are to his Nomination for the General Election.

No Masks, No Violence, Just Americans standing up for the future of our nation, and the values we know are pivotal to preserving our Democracy. Let's turn Philadelphia into Woodstock!

Rally, March, Demonstrate, and peacefully protest. with any luck we can motivate such an enormous response in our support community that we will be a force to be reckoned with simply by being a logistical nightmare, and unsolvable strain on the citys infrastructure. this is not a call to violence this is a call to presence. if we are able to gather crowds in the hundreds of thousands, or even millions, we stand more of a chance of keeping ourselves safe from police aggression. there is no point in physical conflict, when we have enough people to make Philadelphia stop working by simply showing up.

This video was created for free by passionate supporters of Bernie Sanders. With the most sincere hope that it is worth your time to watch and share with those who love him too.

You can connect with some of the organized rallys and marches at the following web addresses:

Excellent resource for ride-shares, housing, camping, and general information: https://www.facebook.com/notes/169999...

March For Bernie: https://www.facebook.com/groups/March...

Occupy the DNC: https://www.facebook.com/groups/occup...

Rally Bus (serving rally goers on the east coast with affordable rides to the convention): http://rallybus.net/democratic-nation...

Ride Share Board: TheBernieJourney.com/rideshare

the peoples revolution: https://www.facebook.com/PeoplesRev/

Michael N. Huff (Pro Bono Legal Assistance offered to anyone that is arrested during the rallys) : http://michaelhufflaw.com/


Peaceful Demonstration in Philly is MANDATORY - Here's Why

On July 24th-28th Come to Philadelphia to rally for the future of our Democracy!

Sanders Supporters Secure Rally Permit for 30,000 Near Democratic Convention in Philadelphia!

Wall Street Journal
Washington Wire
| Election 2016
Sanders Supporters Secure Rally Permit Near Democratic Convention in Philadelphia

Philadelphia has approved four demonstration permits in support of Sen. Bernie Sanders at the July Democratic National Convention — including a large rally planned near the convention’s epicenter.

One of the permits is for an event consisting of four days of all-day rallies at FDR Park in support of Mr. Sanders. The city said it expects 30,000 participants, and organizers said in an interview they hope turnout will be much higher.

The park is adjacent to the Wells Fargo Center, where many of the Democratic National Convention events will be held — raising the possibility of a large demonstration in support of Mr. Sanders just steps away from where delegates will officially select the Democratic nominee.

The city has also granted permits to three smaller demonstrations at Thomas Paine Plaza, a few miles from the Wells Fargo Center. The city says it expects 2,000 to 3,000 participants at those events.

The events — which are being organized independent of campaign by supporters of Mr. Sanders — aim to call attention to support the Vermont Senator has received throughout the primary process and push for long-term changes in the way that the Democratic Party nominates candidates.


Bernie Sanders Statement On Clinton's Foreign Policy Speech

Press Release

Sanders Statement on Foreign Policy
June 2, 2016

MODESTO, Calif. – U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders on Thursday issued the following statement after Hillary Clinton delivered a speech criticizing Donald Trump’s foreign policy vision:

“I agree with Secretary Clinton that Donald Trump’s foreign policy ideas are incredibly reckless and irresponsible. But when it comes to foreign policy, we cannot forget that Secretary Clinton voted for the war in Iraq, the worst foreign policy blunder in modern American history, and that she has been a proponent of regime change, as in Libya, without thinking through the consequences.

“We need a foreign policy based on building coalitions and making certain that the brave American men and women in our military do not get bogged down in perpetual warfare in the Middle East. That’s what I will fight for as president.”

Bernie Sanders: What We Can Be

Bernie Sanders New California Ad | Be Bold, Change the System

Bernie Sanders New California Ad | Be Bold, Change the System

Bernie Sanders Schools Trump on Climate Change in California

Press Release

Sanders Schools Trump on Climate Change in California
June 2, 2016

MODESTO, Calif. – Calling Donald Trump “a climate change denier,” U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders on Thursday said bold action is needed to combat the planetary crisis that the Republican White House hopeful dismisses as a “hoax.”

At a news conference, Sanders also challenged Hillary Clinton to join him in supporting a carbon tax to limit burning the fossil fuels that scientists blame for climate change.

And Sanders urged his rival in Tuesday’s California primary to support his call for a nationwide ban on fracking to further reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

“This is a crisis of unbelievable magnitude,” Sanders said of climate change. “Burying our heads in the sand and taking contributions from the fossil fuel industry is not going to solve this problem,” he said.

“I urge Secretary Clinton to appreciate the severity of the crisis and join me in telling the fossil fuel industry that yes there will be a tax on carbon,” the Vermont senator added.

Sanders spoke at a news conference here in California, where a devastating five-year drought has resulted in severe water shortages, dangerous wildfires and massive heat waves.

Trump, who is poised to become the Republican Party presidential nominee, has asserted that there is no drought in California. He also has called climate change a hoax perpetrated by the Chinese. “This is so ludicrous that it really would be funny if the future of the planet were not at stake,” Sanders said.

Sanders has proposed a comprehensive plan to tackle the worst effects of climate change. He has introduced legislation in the Senate to put a tax on carbon and cut emissions by 80 percent by 2050 from 1990 levels.

Sanders news conference was held before he spoke to 2,500 supporters at a rally in the Modesto Centre Plaza. It was the 28th rally his campaign has staged in California since May 9 in Sacramento where he began a drive to speak directly to a quarter-million Californians in advance of Tuesday’s primary.

To read Sanders’ climate change plan, click here.

Why Hillary Can't Beat Trump. Most Voters Don't Like Her, Distrust Her and Think She Is Dishonest!

What more does one need to guarantee a doomed candidacy and Trump landslide?

The Hillary Speech Transcript Clock. She's looking into releasing the Wall Street transcripts.


If Sanders isn't allowed to speak at convention his 2,000 delegates should walk out and join

tens of thousands of Bernie supporters in the streets demanding that the convention officialdom let Bernie be heard.

That plan might force them to behave democratically and let Bernie speak.
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