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Forum Post: How the Delegates Scam Works

Posted 1 year ago on Jan. 12, 2016, 7:45 a.m. EST by turbocharger (1756)
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First off, when you control the MSM, it basically makes robbing the place blind a piece of cake. Who has time to verify all of this stuff on their own? Basically no one. With that being said..

Check out this link to see a rough outline of how the delegate scam works. Then start to think about how you game this system, if you had enough fame, money and opportunity to offer (which just so happens to be endless for TPTB seems how they control the media, can print and rob money at will, and therefore DO control the opportunity).

http://www.cnn.com/2008/POLITICS/02/11/delegates.explainer/

At this point in 08 Clinton was leading Obama in superdelegates by 3:1. This time its 45:1. And while some may point out that superdelegates will never go against someone who loses in all the primary states, once the first two are over, its an absolute whirlwind that no human can possibly keep track of, and this is where the establishment candidates make their moves.

The Ron Paul campaign went through a detailed delegate strategy in 2012, realizing the polling that would be reported would never reflect reality (Bauchman winning Iowa, really? According to friends, it basically looked like a Ron Paul party up there. Guess petting zoos are the key to success lol).

My prediction: Bernie takes Iowa AND NH, the media plays up real concern for Hillary, she then takes South Carolina and Nevada, and the media reports its a real competitive primary.

March 1st, 5th, 6th and 8th are where things unravel for the Bernie campaign. Polls shift dramatically, its now Hillary's to lose, and by the time March 15th is done, its basically game over (from the primary participants viewpoints).

Schedule here: http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2016/us/elections/primary-calendar-and-results.html?_r=0

Why does all of this seem so obvious? The establishment doesnt want Sanders, plain and simple. He's too hard to control. And I dont care how many campaigners you hire, you simply can't force a company that powerful to hire someone that it feels is a threat to said company. And thats what the D/R primary season is, its the corporate hiring process.

We know all of this. Its all out in the open.

So once its done, and all the campaigning and infrastructure building and email list generating is done for yet another election, with 98% of it all going directly back into teh hands of the establishment....

Whats Plan B?

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[-] 1 points by ImNotMe (1488) 1 year ago

''Bernie Sanders' Official Endorsement of Hillary Clinton'' ...

ho hummm and glummm ...