A detailed story posted today on The Hill reports that the elitist undemocratic super-delegate process of the Democratic National Party has sparked a revolt by Democrat voters. The DNC elite have long pandered to the simple minded, emotionally driven, free-stuff demanding useful idiots that now, apparently, are beginning to take democracy and communist protests of it seriously.
The Hill writes: Anxiety is rising among Democrats ahead of Tuesday’s primary in New York, with some fearing the battle between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders has reached a danger zone. [Cue music: Preformed by George Soros employees.]
Sanders has leveled some of his most biting criticism at Clinton in recent days, stirring passions in the race that insiders say could leave the party divided heading into November’s elections.
“While this is the NFL, and everyone understands that it’s a full-contact sport, even in the NFL one gets a yellow flag for a late hit at the knees intended to hurt the other player,” said Democratic strategist Chris Lehane.
The Vermont senator has long drawn contrasts between himself and Clinton, but his attacks have grown more caustic of late, particularly with regard to the former first lady’s links to big financial companies.
At a huge rally in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park on Sunday, Sanders said a speech Clinton gave to Goldman Sachs must have been delivered in “Shakespearean prose,” given the $225,000 fee she received.
He was equally scathing during last week’s debate when Clinton insisted that, during her time as a New York senator, she had “called out” banks for poor mortgage practices.
“Secretary Clinton called them out. Oh my goodness, they must have been really crushed by this,” Sanders responded. “And was that before or after you received huge sums of money by giving speaking engagements? So they must have been very, very upset by what you did.”
Note: Communism is a political theory derived from Karl Marx, advocating class war and leading to a society in which all property is publicly owned and each person works as directed and paid by government rather than by individual choice, effort or merit.