RINO Maine Senator Susan Collins Says She Might Support Hillary Clinton … Really You Would Support Someone Who Broke Federal Law?
EVER WANNA KNOW WHY THEY CALL THEM RINO’S …
Have you ever wondered why it seems the Republican party does don’t stand up to Democrats and Barack Obama? Have you ever wondered why the GOP party does not seem to represent you nor the Republican party platform? Look no further than the liberal Republicans in the party like Sen. Susan Collins from Maine who stated she would not ruling out supporting Hillary Clinton. UNREAL. Welcome to the RINO’s that have destroyed the GOP. Who the hell in their right mind could call themselves a Republican and then state, I want to continue another 4 more years of Obama, 4 more years of this pathetic economy, 4 more years of increasing the debt to out of control numbers? What Republican would allow a lib like Hillary Clinton select 2, maybe even 3 Supreme Court Justices? Are you frigging nuts Se. Collins? Do us a favor, just change parties or retire. Oh and by the way, are the comments that Trump made about a La Raza (The Race) judge really worse than the actions Hillary Clinton took as Sec. of State and her private email server when she broke federal laws, Federal Records Act (18 U.S. Code § 2071)?
But no matter how much they have condemned Trump, none of these high-ranking Republicans have said that they would consider supporting his Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton.
In an interview with me, on Wednesday, Senator Susan Collins, of Maine, made herself the exception. Collins told me that Trump’s comment about Curiel was “an order of magnitude more serious” than anything he had previously said, including his “troubling insults towards individuals” and “his poorly-thought-out policy plan about banning Muslims from entering this country.”
She added that she was faced with an unprecedented political decision and had to keep all options open. “This is a difficult choice, and it’s one, like many of my colleagues, that I am struggling with,” Collins said. “It’s not like we have perfect candidates from whom to choose in this election.”
Collins went on to say that she has not ruled out supporting Clinton. “I worked very well with Hillary when she was my colleague in the Senate and when she was Secretary of State,” Collins said. “But I do not anticipate voting for her this fall. I’m not going to say never, because this has been such an unpredictable situation, to say the least.”
After Losing Rigged Democrat Primary to Hillary Clinton … Bernie Sanders Vows to Fight on to the Philedalphia Convention
Hillary Clinton may have won the rigged Democrat primary that saw both the Democrat political establishment (super delegates) and the liberal MSMback her, however, it is socialist Bernie Sanders that has the energy behind him. Bernie found out just how rigged the primary process truly is was the AP called the nomination for Hillary Clinton before the California primary based on super delegates. UNREAL. Sanders vowed last night to his supporters to take their fight on to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and the Democrat National Convention. One thing I can see Bernie pushing for at the convention is an end to super delegates in the Democrat nomination process that is nothing more than a rigged system that gives the appearance the people are nominating the candidate.
“Next Tuesday we continue the fight. We are going to fight hard to win the primary in Washington, D.C., and then we take our fight for social, economic, racial and environmental justice to Philadelphia.”
So which party is it again that seems to have complete division again? Bernie Sander captured more primaries and caucuses than anyone could have ever imagined. Will Sanders supporters vote for Hillary? Or will they look elsewhere or stay home? Sanders’ campaign was a social movement, not a political campaign. Those that invested that much emotional capital would find it hard to just cast a vote for the other guy or gal.
Despite a night of disappointing losses, Bernie Sanders vowed Tuesday night to continue his campaign and to take his fight all the way to the convention in Philadelphia.While Hillary Clinton secured the delegates she needed Monday to become the presumptive presidential nominee, Sanders channeled the defiance of his supporters as he took the stage shortly before 11 p.m. PT.
The crowd was on edge — angry with the press and worried that he would give in to the growing pressure from Democratic leaders to bow out of the race.
But it wasn’t long before it became clear from his remarks that his “movement” — a campaign that has given Clinton more of a fight than anyone predicted and forced the
Democratic Party to the left — would carry on, at least through the final primary next Tuesday in Washington, D.C.
“All of you know that when we began this campaign over a year ago we were considered to be a fringe campaign. Over the last year I think that has changed a little bit,” he said as the crowd thundered with approval.
NBC News/WSJ/Marist Poll: Hillary Clinton Barely Ahead of Sanders in California 49% to 47% … What If Hillary Loses CA?
CALIFORNIA DREAMING: SIMPLY AMAZING, CLINTON CANNOT SHAKE SOCIALIST SANDERS …
Just ahead of the California Democrat primary, a recent NBC News/WSJ/Marist poll has Hillary Clinton ahead of Bernie Sanders by a mere 2 points among likely voters, 49% to 47%. The poll results are within the margin of error. UNREAL. Even more amazing, among a wider electorate of all potential Democratic voters in California, the self-proclaimed socialist Sanders is actually ahead of Clinton by one point, 48 percent to 47 percent. In 2008, Clinton defeated Obama in the Democrat primary in California, 51% to 43%. In 2016 Hillary is under-performing. It is hard to believe at this point that Hillary Clinton, the presumptive nominee, is struggling so badly and is in a neck and neck race in California and limping over the finish line. If she loses California, what are Democrats to do?
Hillary Clinton is clinging to a narrow two-point lead over Bernie Sanders in California ahead of the state’s June 7 primary, according to results from a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist poll.
Clinton gets support from 49 percent of likely Democratic primary voters in the state, while Sanders gets 47 percent, which is within the survey’s statistical margin of error.
And among a wider electorate of all potential Democratic voters in California, Sanders is actually ahead by one point, 48 percent to 47 percent.
Clinton and Sanders running even in California wouldn’t affect the overall delegate math in the Democratic race, where Clinton leads Sanders by some 270 pledged delegates and 770 overall delegates. (A tied race would essentially split the state’s 475 pledged delegates right down the middle under the Democrats’ proportional allocation system.)
There is now more than a theoretical chance that Hillary Clinton may not be the Democratic nominee for president.
How could that happen, given that her nomination has been considered a sure thing by virtually everyone in the media and in the party itself? Consider the possibilities.
The inevitability behind Mrs. Clinton’s nomination will be in large measure eviscerated if she loses the June 7 California primary to Bernie Sanders. That could well happen.
A Sanders win in California would powerfully underscore Mrs. Clinton’s weakness as a candidate in the general election. Democratic superdelegates—chosen by the party establishment and overwhelmingly backing Mrs. Clinton, 543-44—would seriously question whether they should continue to stand behind her candidacy.
Democrat Primary: Bernie Sander Wallops Hillary Clinton in Oregon, Virtual Tie in Kentucky … Sanders Continues Party Divison (VIDEO)
BERNIE SANDERS JUST WILL NOT GO AWAY …
With the Republican primary all but over and a forgone conclusion, the focus shifts to the Democrat primary and Hillary Clinton’s inability to close the deal. Last night self proclaimed socialist and what we refer to as a Marxist, Bernie Sanders, defeated Hillary Clinton in the Democrat Oregon primary 53% to 47%. Sanders’ victory was his 21st of the election cycle and his 11th in the past 17 contests. In Kentucky, the race was a virtual tie, with Clinton winning in the end by the narrowest of margins. The only reason why she won was because this was a closed primary. Had independents been allowed to vote, Hillary would have easily lost Kentucky.
Bernie Sanders mini-winning streak ended Tuesday night in Kentucky, a state analysts expected he could win.
The loss could take some wind out of supporters’ sails at a critical time as they face increasing pressure to unify the Democratic Party behind likely nominee Hillary Clinton.
But it was a mixed night for the candidates. Sanders pulled out a comfortable single-digit win in Oregon, where he is likely to walk away with a solid block of delegates.
The outcome will have negligible impact on either candidate’s path to the nomination, thanks to Democrats’ proportional delegate allocation system.
The MSM tries to portray the GOP as the party of disarray and contention; however, we can plainly see that honor really belongs to the Democrat party. Bernie Sanders will not go away and in fact his crowds seems to be getting larger and more vocal.
BERNIE SANDERS SPLITS THE DEMOCRAT PARTY
MAYBE BERNIE SUPPORTERS CAN GET YOUR FREE COLLEGE AT BURLINGTON COLLEGE, IF IT HADN’T COLLAPSED UNDER A “CRUSHING WEIGHT OF DEBT” …
You just can’t make this stuff up. Burlington College plans to shut its doors later this month due to the “crushing weight of debt” it amassed when Bernie Sanders’ wife, Jane Sanders, served as the the school’s president. What a microcosm of socialism and Bernie Sanders’ world views. Imagine that, a college is forced to close its door as it collapses under a mountain of debt. Note to millennials … money and the economics matters. Take a good look what will happen to America under liberal ideology. But of course in typical liberal values, Jane Sanders, who took over the school in 2004, resigned in 2011, and ran the school into the ground also managed to secure a $200,000 severance deal.
The school plans to cease operations by May 27,2016. The school was founded in 1972, utopia has failed. Liberalism once again causes job loss.
Vermont’s private Burlington College announced Monday it was shuttering its doors later this month because of a “crushing weight of debt” amassed under Bernie Sanders’ wife who formerly served as the school’s president.
Jane Sanders ran the liberal arts college for seven years, taking out a $10 million loan in 2010 on the school’s behalf to purchase 32 acres of lakefront property in an attempt to draw donations.
The plan ultimately fell through, placing the school under irreversible financial stress. Burlington’s Board of Trustees voted last week to halt the school’s programs May 27, the Burlington Free Press reported.