Caitlin Johnstone: Six Thoughts on Bernie Sanders 2020 [PBI: Sheepdog 2.0]

Six Thoughts On Bernie 2020 The DNC can still rig its primaries. Sanders would be better than Trump. He would also be far from perfect. I won’t object to his candidacy. Your fantasy Bernie-Tulsi ticket isn’t going to happen. Sanders is more interesting as a phenomenon than as a candidate.

Graphic: How Hillary Clinton Stole the Democratic Nomination from Bernie Sanders — and Did Not Legally Win the Popular Vote

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Mongoose: Hillary Clinton Electoral Fraud Confirmed by Stanford University — Bernie Sanders Won…

Stanford University Confirms Democratic Election Fraud – Bernie Would Have Won ! A bombshell study released by Stanford University confirms evidence of election fraud during the 2016 Democratic Party primaries.  This fraud has overwhelmingly benefited Secretary Clinton at the expense of Senator Sanders. Odds Hillary Won Without Widespread Fraud: 1 in 77 Billion Says Berkeley, …

FadedRose: Uncounted Votes – How Clinton Stole California with the Active Complicity of Bernie Sanders?

This was predicted by Greg Palast. UNCOUNTED – The Story of the California Election How California is being stolen from Sanders right now (Greg Palast)

Bernie Sanders: Can He Rise to the Moment as Hillary Clinton is Indicted and Joe Biden Co-Conspires with Elizabeth Warren?

Bernie Sanders is at the single most significant turning point in his life. Against all odds (greater odds than those faced by Donald Trump) he has mobilized a generation and restored some semblance of social and economic justice to the Democratic Party’s notional position. It is virtually certain that Hillary Clinton will be indicted before …

CounterPunch: The Imperial Bernie Sanders

No Bern Notice: the Imperial Myopia of Candidate Sanders But the reticence to attack Clinton on the substance — and the essence and the goals — of American foreign policy is very much a hallmark of the Sanders campaign. For example,his only word about the American-backed campaign of slaughter, ruin and starvation being conducted by …

Can Bernie Sanders Break the DNC Rigging of the Super-Delegates? A Game Plan…

Sanders for President by Breaking the Super-Delegates? The Game Plan for Winning and Governing with Intelligence and Integrity Robert David Steele After Bernie won the New Hampshire primary, many progressive organizations figured out the daunting superdelegate math for Bernie, and started calling for the superdelegates to vote according to their state outcomes rather than their …

Jesse Gordon: Bernie Sanders is Toast!

This book is a re-packaging of Sanders’ 1997 book, Outsider in the House, with a new introduction and a new afterword written for the September 2015 re-release. Our 2015 excerpts are from the new introduction and a new afterword. The bulk of the book is the same autobiography as the 1997 book — Bernie’s rise …

Chris Hedges: Ralph Nader on Death of Electoral Politics — and Bernie Sanders as a Sheepdog

Days of Revolt: The Death of Electoral Politics In this episode of teleSUR’s Days of Revolt, Chris Hedges and Ralph Nader analyze Bernie Sanders’ campaign and the role of the two-party system in shutting out third parties. –   November 10, 2015

IVN: Bernie Sanders Loves the Two-Party Tyranny, Refuses to Embrace Non-Partisan Electoral Reform

Why Won’t Bernie Sanders Embrace Nonpartisan Election Reform? On Thursday, Open Primaries President and CEO John Opdycke and Dr. Jessie Fields, a founding member of the Independent Party in New York City and Open Primaries board member, co-authored an op-ed in Newsweek titled, “Bernie Sanders Should Embrace Political Reform.”  . . .   When it comes …

CNN: Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump agree on 1 big issue

Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump agree on 1 big issue Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders aren’t political pals. But they agree on one key issue: they think the U.S. government’s jobs numbers are a crock.