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According to a report from Politico.com, Ukraine apparently attempted to interfere with our election on behalf of Hillary Clinton. But good luck finding wall-to-wall coverage about their efforts.
Let’s count how many hours
@cnnpolitics and @msnbc will devote to reporting about this.
Apparently election shenanigans have continued during the primary process in states around the country. The city of Baltimore, MD has found itself with more votes cast than people who actually showed up at the polls. Woops!
Apparently one of WNDU.com’s employees is Ms. Cleo because they had the Indiana primary “results” posted at their website long enough for someone to grab a screenshot and post it to social media before the “results” were taken down.
The nation’s oldest continually published African-American newspaper, The Philadelphia Tribune, has officially endorsed Senator Bernie Sanders for President.
In their endorsement, the Philly Tribune says Sanders “offers an inspiring message and a bold vision for America,” and that his policies are in the best interest of “African-Americans, specifically”
Bill Clinton has been allowed to get away with saying many things during his wife’s Presidential campaign. Today (Apr 21) he added one more thing to the list: attacking the demographic that is strongest in their support for Bernie Sanders.
According to the Huffington Post, Bill Clinton told people at a Harrisburg, Pennsylvania rally that the “young people who are disillusioned now” should have voted in 2010 (midterm election), and because they didn’t, Democrats lost Congress.
New York City Bronx Councilmember Ritchie Torres endorsed Bernie Sanders for President. Torres said Sanders went with him, twice, to visit Housing projects to talk about the issue.
Bernie Sanders appeared at the “Faith and Social Justice Roundtable” April 16 2006 in Brooklyn to discuss a number of issues including income inequality.