Sanders supporters continue to make the incredible claim that Clinton “stole” Arizona primary

18 Apr 2016 01:55 am
Posted by: Donna

Hillary somehow cheated in every primary, in every caucus. Okay.

Even when such a thing was literally impossible, such as in the Arizona primary. There was no conceivable way that the Clinton campaign could have, in advance of the deadline to register as a party voter on February 22, 2016, flipped a sufficient number of Democratic registrations of voters who would have voted for Bernie Sanders in Maricopa County to “independent” for Sanders to lose the Arizona primary. This was a feat not only beyond the mind-reading capability of the Clinton people here, but also beyond their ability to convince Helen Purcell, the Republican County Recorder, to go along with that. But supporters of Bernie Sanders continue to make such claims.

Which is why I cannot take them seriously.

You can disagree with Hillary Clinton on policy direction. I respect that. But I will never respect you when you pull things directly out of your ass to impugn her.


  1. Comment by Timmys Cat on April 18, 2016 11:58 am

    The research looks at two elements that have been cited as playing a role in conspiracy beliefs: unstable self-esteem (the uncomfortable state of feeling unsure about one’s abilities, attitudes, or value to society), and a strong sense of belongingness (which leads to intense identification with some social group).

    I get back from my Tijuana mind, body transplant and I find you dueling with nitwits.
    (the bandages come off tomorrow. the clinic told me hermaphrodite just meant a two for one sale in Spanish. i don’t get it.)

    Of course the concrete block of Republican government this state has would allow the strongest of the two Democratic candidates access to voters records so they can change them.

    Me thinks someone joined the Sanders choo-choo more for personal psychological reasons than ideological and practical ones..
    To personally identify with the edgiest politician to prop up a self image, and to have a social network of other “victims” to socialize with when the campaign inevitably comes up short.

    Yes, I was surprised as well that a Jewish man born in New York City and running as a Socialist didn’t sweep Arizona.
    Both parties.

    O, and Clinton (the other one) got a blow job.


  2. Comment by Timmys Cat on April 19, 2016 12:45 pm

    This is my kind of conspiracy theory logic I can get behind.
    And no government has ever investigated!!!111


    And also too and don’t forget Christian prostitu… umm, prosecu…., shite,PURSUHQUESHEN

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