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OUTRAGE FROM DEMS: DNC Chair Explains Why Their Votes For Bernie Won’t Count.

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DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman-Schultz explained to Democrats EXACTLY why their votes for Bernie Sanders won’t count. The way it’s set up, Democratic Party Bosses control the so-called un-pledged or “Super” delegates, meaning basically Democrat voters don’t count.

Hey Democrats…get ready for Hillary whether you want her or not.

In a stunning admission, with absolutely no shame at all, Debbie Wassmerman-Schultz explians how the DNC nomination process is utterly a rigged game.

From CNN:

CNN’s Jake Tapper asked Wasserman Schultz on Thursday,“Hillary Clinton lost to Bernie Sanders in New Hampshire by 22 percentage points, the biggest victory in a contested Democratic primary there since John F. Kennedy, but it looks as though Clinton and Sanders are leaving the Granite State with the same number of delegates in their pockets because Clinton has the support of New Hampshire’s superdelegates, these party insiders. What do you tell voters who are new to the process who says[sic] this makes them feel like it’s all rigged?

Wasserman Schultz replied, “Well, let me just make sure that I can clarify exactly what was available during the primaries in Iowa and in New Hampshire. The unpledged delegates are a separate category. The only thing available on the ballot in a primary and a caucus is the pledged delegates— those that are tied to the candidate that they are pledged to support, and they receive a proportional number of delegates going into our convention.

She added, “Unpledged delegates exist really to make sure that party leaders and elected officials don’t have to be in a position where they are running against grassroots activists. We are as a Democratic Party really highlight and emphasize inclusiveness and diversity at our convention, and so we want to give every opportunity to grassroots activists and diverse, committed Democrats to be able to participate, attend, and be a delegate at the convention. And so we separate out those unpledged delegates to make sure that there isn’t competition between them.

Tapper responded, “I’m not sure that that answer would satisfy an anxious young voter, but let’s move on.

 


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