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Mon Apr 18, 2016, 01:31 PM

11. keen observation, findrs

These are the same tactics used with phrasing the news that we saw in the first bush election theft.

I was appalled this a.m. when I listened to our local NPR station (WNYC). The guests were very negative about Bernie winning. It was said over and over and over that it was an impossibility. The host of the show, who I have a feeling is a Bernie supporter, seemed surprised at the negativity. It makes me wonder if someone besides the host strategically planned these guests.

Bernie was on Today Show, also. He was sharp as could be. Matt Lauer tried to trap him into a weapons/defense budget question. Made me ill. Bernie did well, though.

on edit: Here's a link to the interview. I don't l know if this clip includes the question Lauer asked him about the defense budget. It had to do with keeping up with technological advancements made by Russia and China. (can't listen to it 'cuz I'm at work)

http://www.today.com/video/bernie-sanders-trump-s-crooked-hillary-name-is-an-ugly-statement-668250179706


Cher

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findrskeep Apr 2016 #13
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