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Published 1 year ago with 8 Comments

John Pilger: ‘The Truth is… There Was No One to Vote For’

Going Underground with Afshin Rattansi (RT)

 

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  • leweb
    +7

    There was, but the DNC got rid of him to kiss Hillary's ass.

  • MAGISTERLUDI
    +3

    "There Was No One to Vote For’", perhaps, but Trump's robust support would seem to belie that, while Hillary's tepid support would affirm.

    • ttubravesrock
      +4

      they essentially got the same amount of votes, so it's not fair to call trump's support 'robust' and HIllary's support 'tepid'

      • MAGISTERLUDI
        +4

        Yes it is, just look to Penn, Mich, Wis, and the number of Dem voters who stayed home or even crossed over.

        • ttubravesrock
          +5

          you can call Trump's support "stronger than expected" and Hillary's support "weaker than expected" but they got the same support. Trump just had it in the right states so that he got more electoral votes.

          I completely agree with the fact that Bernie likely would have won Penn, Mich, Wisc (46 electoral votes).

          • MAGISTERLUDI
            +1

            Bernie? Irrelevant.

            • AdelleChattre
              +3

              To what? To there being a candidate to vote for in this election? I can see how that’s relevant. Can’t you?

            • MAGISTERLUDI
              +1
              @AdelleChattre -

              He wasn't a candidate, "th, th, th, that's all folks".

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