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Jeff Weaver, a campaign manager for Sanders, publicly accused the Democratic party of "sabotage" the next day, and Bernie 2016 slapped the DNC with a federal complaint Friday afternoon.
On Monday, the Sanders campaign pushed for the audit to probe all glitches in the NGP VAN database, and called upon Clinton to support that extension.
"As the Clinton campaign knows, this is not the first firewall failure at the DNC," Sanders' campaign spokesman Michael Briggs said at the time. "There was at least one other failure two months ago that we discovered and reported. Failures like these open the possibility for data access by any campaign."
Clinton's press secretary Brian Fallon then told MSNBC that only the Sanders team required investigation.
"Unequivocally, our campaign has never laid eyes on any data relating to the Sanders campaign," Fallon told the network. "We've never done that to them, and they need to stop spreading this innuendo to try to make it seem like everybody's doing this."
Anonymous, the hacktivist group that declared war on ISIS in the aftermath of the devastating Paris attacks, have announced their preferred candidate for the 2016 U.S. presidential race: Bernie Sanders. The endorsement takes the form of a list, which gives ten reasons to vote for the self-declared democratic socialist candidate. Anonymous cite Sanders’ support for a new Glass Steagall act, which would prevent commercial banks from participating in investment banking, and Sanders’ desire to break up the big banks. On the latter issue Sanders stands in stark contrast to Republican Donald Trump, who would allow the “too big to fail” banks to retain their massive size.
Then, following Obama’s win and Rove’s very public outburst, a group calling themselves “The Protectors,” believed to be comprised of Anonymous hackers, sent a letter to election transparency non-profit, Velvet Revolution, claiming to have thwarted attempts by GOP strategists to flip votes and rig the election in three swing states.
originally posted by: Swills
Sander's has been nothing but up front about this entire affair and continues to show he has nothing to hide by asking to be audited, what is Clinton hiding?
Dirty politics at its finest!
originally posted by: matafuchsWhen we get a prescription now it is amazing the info they seem to have.
originally posted by: MystikMushroom
My better half is a Bernie fan. She says a month or two ago she suddenly started getting a TON of unsolicited junk/spam emails from the Clinton campaign. She's never signed up, donated, or ever received anything from Clinton before. She thinks something's up. She has this conspiracy theory that Clinton stole some of Bernie's supporter information. I have no idea, I don't sign up/donate or any of that stuff.