While Donald Trump and the republican party feud dominates the news and late night talk shows, the real news is in the democrat party.
Democrats have been committing voter fraud against republicans for well over 50 years. So why would anyone be surprised to find they also use voter fraud inside their own primaries?
Why does the Democratic party even have voting booths? – Mika Brzezinski
In the Wyoming caucuses, Bernie Sanders, again, defeated Hillary Clinton soundly by double digits –a margin that normally would be considered a crushing victory– but thanks to DNC insider rules, the Vermont Senator will end up with fewer delegates again.
Sanders: 55.7% = 7 Delegates
Clinton: 44.3% = 11 Delegates pic.twitter.com/RA6mJJcl8T
— Veterans For Bernie (@Vets4Bernie) April 11, 2016
Today, the hosts of Morning Joe questioned the totalitarian results, “He wins by twelve points, and he may not pick up a single delegate?“
.@BernieSanders wins WY but @HillaryClinton nets more delegates… @JoeNBC: It is a system rigged against voters https://t.co/C15I9inLAH
— Morning Joe (@Morning_Joe) April 11, 2016
Joe Scarborough, a Republican and former U.S. Representative, didn’t hold back. “This same party tells voters to go straight to hell when they select somebody by 12 percentage points, and end up letting the other candidate who lost by 12 percentage points, win the most delegates?!” decried a visibility agitated Scarborough. “THAT, by definition, is voter disenfranchisement.”
It is a system rigged against voters.
It is a system rigged against people that go to voting booths.
It is a system rigged against people that go out to caucuses.
It is a system rigged in favor of the rich and the powerful and the politically connected.
— Joe Scarborough, April 11, 2016
“It is a rigged system on the Democratic side, even worse than the Republican side. And I don’t know why Democratic voters put up with it.”
“Why does the Democratic party even have voting booths?” asked co-host Mika Brzezinski. “There’s absolutely no reason any of those people voted, in any of those states, right? Please someone tell me.”
“These are the rules,” replied Bloomberg reporter Mark Halperin
Democrat Math: 2nd Place ends up with 4 more delegates. #WYCaucus pic.twitter.com/5ZWQfOkwwX
— Veterans For Bernie (@Vets4Bernie) April 10, 2016
“No, that’s not a good answer. Tell me why those people needed to go vote, because their votes don’t matter.”
“It’s rigged!” exclaimed Scarborough.
“I wouldn’t say it’s rigged,” Halperin explained. “It’s not rigged. It’s disenfranchisement. It’s not one-person one-vote. But it’s not rigged.”
“What do you call it when voters going to the voting booth doesn’t matter?” Scarborough asked.
“It’s a messed up system, but it’s not rigged.”
In other words, according to Halperin, voter disenfranchisement is quite literally a built-in feature of the (ill-named) “Democratic” caucuses, contests that openly reject the notion of one-person one-vote to allow party elites the power of overriding 10s of 1000s of voters.
But it’s not rigged.