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The below LA Progressive link, which I referenced on Facebook on March 21, 2016, just came through on my Facebook Memories — what a reminder!


With a 2016 Democratic primary replete with pro-Clinton rigged favoritism from start to finish, I had forgotten about the touch-screen controversy in South Carolina.

South Carolina traditionally is the fourth primary on the DNC schedule. Had Clinton lost South Carolina, after the pounding she took from Bernie Sanders in New Hampshire and managing only ties in Iowa and Nevada, she would have been finished as a 2016 viable candidate. At all costs, Clinton had to win South Carolina!

Perhaps now you realize why Russiagate played so prominently over the past two-and-a-half years. Russiagate became so important it took everybody’s eyes off of the very much-rigged 2016 Democratic Primary! It also took a lot of heat off of the media which so blatantly boosted Trump’s 2016 surge to the top of the crowded GOPwinger pack of candidates.

Whereas Sanders received pretty near to an outright media blackout, Trump got billions of dollars of free publicity from the media. During the early going in the primaries, Ben Carson and Ted Cruz also received an inordinate share of media publicity.

Is it ironic that Wikileaks had identified Trump, Carson and Cruz as Clinton’s “pied piper” candidates? Is it further ironic that Clinton’s campaign chair, John Podesta, now sits with a cozy job at The Washington Post?

See the below Wikileaks-released documents describing the relationship between Clinton, the media and the Wikileaks exposure on how the “pied piper” candidates were created:

Both Clinton and the media got what was wanted. Back 2015 each wanted a Clinton vs. Trump match-up!

Due to the plan backfiring, we, the public, have been dosed daily with Russiagate!

Written by

Founder of Climate Change Band; former NH State Rep; Supporter of Bernie Sanders & Standing Rock!

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