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Wisconsin Primaries -- April 5, 2016

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posted on Apr, 6 2016 @ 09:41 AM
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a reply to: MotherMayEye




they just need to have done enough to trap them in a system of government corruption. One wrong move is enough for blackmail.


Nobody fits that more than Hillary.

Whats make her even more special is because of her history and positions, she likely also has blackmail on those picking the Chosen one.

I guess when the DNC picks Hillary or Sanders we will find out the chosen one.




posted on Apr, 6 2016 @ 09:44 AM
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Another republican misconception about the young people in this century. They are not anymore misled than you or me. All the people I know between 25 and 30 have jobs, chlildren,coach soccer and basketball,vote.



posted on Apr, 6 2016 @ 09:45 AM
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originally posted by: MotherMayEye

originally posted by: interupt42

Hence IMO the chosen one is Hillary who has a history of playing and focusing on the right agenda and loves Obamacare.


The elite (aka The Establishment) are Fabian socialists. Bernie's policies, history, and plan fit the bill even better.


Why would you want socialism or even toy with changing such a successful system when you have an Oligarch system that has been producing consistent billion dollar quarter earnings and has been successful in creating the greatest separation between the rich and the poor? Even when they fail they get the tax payers money to bail them out.

No need to take such a risk by changing a perfectly working system.
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posted on Apr, 6 2016 @ 09:46 AM
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originally posted by: interupt42

Nobody fits that more than Hillary.

Whats make her even more special is because of her history and positions, she likely also has blackmail on those picking the Chosen one.

I guess when the DNC picks Hillary or Sanders we will find out the chosen one.



She has enough skeletons to be blackmailed into losing, too.

I would assume The Establishment wants the voters to think they are actually electing the next POTUS.

But I very much agree that whoever actually wins is, in fact, The Chosen One. For that, I am starring your comment with enthusiasm!



posted on Apr, 6 2016 @ 09:50 AM
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If she was The Chosen One, this email scandal wouldn't have dominated the headlines for a year.


That email scandal was exposed by a hacker .

IMO I think the way that its being handle is more of a strategy to control the situation as from my understanding their could be additional information that hasn't been leaked yet.

Hence due to the wildcard they are covering their Arse for the unknown and making look like a valid investigation was done . However like with other High ranking investigations nothing will come from it that will be to damaging.

Also an investigation buys time in case more information comes out that could expose the BS or it can give them more time to find exactly what else is out there. They dont want to be caught with their pants down.


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posted on Apr, 6 2016 @ 09:53 AM
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It's not a cut-down to say that a lot of planning and marketing goes into these campaigns and people see what's being put out there. Geez.

I am not belittling them. It takes years to unravel what's going on in U.S. politics. Young voters can't help that they haven't had years to devote to that.

Besides, we don't raise children to learn how to oversee government. We raise them to trust and enable a corrupt system.

Every kid should be required to write at least one open records request before the age of 18. That is the best way to not only learn about the tools we have to oversee government, but the stonewalling they will encounter will give them an effective look at how corrupt the government is.



posted on Apr, 6 2016 @ 09:58 AM
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originally posted by: interupt42
a reply to: MotherMayEye




If she was The Chosen One, this email scandal wouldn't have dominated the headlines for a year.


That email scandal was exposed by a hacker .

IMO I think the way its being handles is to control the situation as from my understanding their could be additional information that hasn't been leaked yet.

Hence due to the wildcard they are covering their Arse for the unknown and making look like a valid investigation was done . Much like other investigations nothing will come from it much like when Billy boy wasnt damaged. Also an investigation buys time case more information comes out that could expose the BS and they dont want to be caught with their pants down.



Yeah, a Romanian hacker with a keen interest in U.S, politics. It doesn't surprise me that Bush family photos were hacked, too. How very uninteresting given the Bushes are a family with a serious criminal background. A criminal background that actually entwines with the Clintons & the CIA, and the Mena drug-running/money-laundering scandals that took place while Bill was governor of Arkansas.

I have no reason to believe this hacker was just some rando guy who was simply super-interested in our politicians. He could easily be controlled-opposition. In fact, I'd put money on that.
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posted on Apr, 6 2016 @ 10:00 AM
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But I very much agree that whoever actually wins is, in fact, The Chosen One. For that, I am starring your comment with enthusiasm!


Yep its a catch 22.

That is why I think the only way to change the system is to get the majority to focus on corruption. Then the majority of individual democrats and republicans can demand that the GOP and the DNC only focus on the following 6 issues:

1. Congregational term limits

2. campaign financing reform.

3. Lobbying reform

4. doing away with super-pacs

5. Revolving door between gov't and private sector

6. Transparency

Expecting a DNC or GOP endorsed candidate to fix the system they created and is working for them is just silly.

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posted on Apr, 6 2016 @ 10:04 AM
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For sure. 30million dollars was spent in a month on ads against Trump in Wisconsin. Seems to have worked.



posted on Apr, 6 2016 @ 10:38 AM
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a reply to: MotherMayEye

For sure. 30million dollars was spent in a month on ads against Trump in Wisconsin. Seems to have worked.


I honestly believe a brokered convention has always been the plan and ^^this is a clue of where this election is being led.

I see evidence of collusion between Trump and the GOP (and FOX news, actually), foreknowledge, and intent for Trump to ultimately split from the GOP and fracture the conservative vote. If you read this blog post of mine, from September, perhaps you'll understand why, in part, I feel this way: Trump and Preibus Sitting in a Tree

If anything, it suggests that both Trump and the RNC knew that Trump never intended to keep the GOP loyalty pledge. And the RNC kept their trap shut about it -- why would they do that?

It's not that the pledge was ever 'legally' important -- across the board people thought it was weird -- but it happened for a reason. That's what is important. It happened for show, so that when Trump splits from the GOP, the voters can look back on it and say "Well, gee, this wan't always the plan because, at one time, he intended to support the party no matter what." But he didn't.

And when Trump is 'forced' to split from the party because the GOP is going to have a brokered convention, the voters will never blame him for splitting from them.

I understand my prediction is not popular. But, I think everything should be viewed through a filter that everything we are allowed to see, is intended to manipulate our thoughts and opinions and keep us in the dark about what's really going on behind closed doors.

These parties and the media do not deserve any more credit than that.

ETA: And, in case you haven't heard, the loyalty pledge has been officially abandoned: CNN: Candidates back off loyalty pledge

Foreknowledge. Intent. Collusion. Trump and the GOP knew this day was coming seven months ago. I refuse to believe it's meaningless -- it reeks of dirty political tricks.
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posted on Apr, 6 2016 @ 10:48 AM
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Seriously, what do all these pledges and convention rules matter? Nothing is in place to make rules stick. I read your blog and appreciate your research.
So, it is just chaos with the inevitability of the party splitting.



posted on Apr, 6 2016 @ 10:56 AM
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I don't believe the pledge was ever anything but a show.

It really made no difference to most people, at the time -- people felt like it wasn't even really a legal document, in general.

It made no sense because it has/had a future useful purpose. It was only intended to be useful AFTER Trump splits from the party and in hindsight.

Just like the 2008 primary, when DNC leaders in Michigan and Florida moved their primary date (ultimately facilitating an Obama victory), I feel this primary is completely manipulated & scripted, too.

I'd almost rather these two parties just elect their Chosen nominee and just give the voters all the campaign cash they throw out to put on a big show. Spare us the headache.



posted on Apr, 6 2016 @ 11:02 AM
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I honestly believe a brokered convention has always been the plan and ^^this is a clue of where this election is being led.


Thats the part I find most interesting about this election and will eagerly watch as it plays out.

Unlike previous years the majority are aware that something is amiss even with their own party, even-though they can't quite put their hands on it.

Hence unlike previous years: going against the popular vote in this election can really cause the boat to rock unlike it has in the past.

Machiavellian would suggest to the DNC and GOP to proceed with caution.



posted on Apr, 6 2016 @ 11:11 AM
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And, you know, for all Trump's bellyaching about the GOP, he could have just run for a third party and probably have gotten well over that magic 5% of the vote. He could have helped tear down the two party system that plagues us.

Instead, if/when he splits from the party, he'll be running as an independent. And he'll probably get 20-30% of the vote! Of course the bigger his support now, if/when he splits, the larger the margin that democrats win by.

Trump is an a-hole.



posted on Apr, 6 2016 @ 11:16 AM
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Trump is an a-hole.


Don't doubt it. However I do see some good from him running under the GOP ticket.

He has gotten a lot of republicans fired up and awaken enough to see that their is something amiss even within their own party. I have even seen it with personal friends who are hardcore GOP loyalist.

To bad they are jumping from a BS party to a BS candidate, but one step at a time I guess, LOL.



posted on Apr, 6 2016 @ 11:19 AM
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originally posted by: interupt42
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Trump is an a-hole.


Don't doubt it. However I do see some good from him running under the GOP ticket.

He has gotten a lot of republicans fired up and awaken enough to see that their is something amiss even within their own party. I have even seen it with personal friends who are hardcore GOP loyalist.

To bad they are jumping from a BS party to a BS candidate, but one step at a time I guess, LOL.




It will make it easier for a two-term democrat win if the GOP is left broken after this election.




posted on Apr, 6 2016 @ 11:29 AM
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It will make it easier for a two-term democrat win if the GOP is left broken after this election


Yep but does it really matter which DNC or GOP Oligarch endorsed candidate wins?

The Oligarch will need the Republicans to win it back once the Military Industrial Complex needs to go Full Retard again.



posted on Apr, 6 2016 @ 11:30 AM
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My method only works for the primaries . As stated , all you have to do is follow Soros' money. Your method doesnt work for the primaries , or else Sanders would be far ahead by now.




posted on Apr, 6 2016 @ 11:39 AM
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Not necessarily. Sanders just needs to end with the momentum.

And it all has to look plausible and NOT like he is The Establishment's Choice and a media-darling. He also needs to look grassroots and not sling too much mud. Hillary's email scandal has kept Bernie from having to sling mud.

Bernie's going to come out smelling like a rose.



posted on Apr, 6 2016 @ 11:41 AM
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originally posted by: interupt42
a reply to: MotherMayEye




It will make it easier for a two-term democrat win if the GOP is left broken after this election


Yep but does it really matter which DNC or GOP Oligarch endorsed candidate wins?

The Oligarch will need the Republicans to win it back once the Military Industrial Complex needs to go Full Retard again.




Agree, there will come a time for another warmonger.

But for now, the declared 'War on Terror' is enough to cause any republican or democrat administration to occupy and invade wherever the War on Terror takes us.

And it's a War that can be covertly led by our diabolical alphabet agencies.

ETA: And, no, I don't think it matters. I am completely apathetic about who wins this election.

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