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Pete at Home

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The offer that Bernie Sanders could not refuse
« on: July 17, 2016, 01:05:29 AM »
I was asking the other day why Sanders so blithely backed the candidate that so blatantly committed election fraud against him, until I saw this story.

http://bnonews.com/news/index.php/mobile/id4798

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Seth Conrad Rich, who worked as Voter Expansion Data Director at the Democratic National Committee, has been killed in a shooting in Washington, D.C. over the weekend, officials say. No arrests have been made.
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The incident happened at around 4:20 a.m. ET on Sunday when officers patrolling in northwest D.C. heard gunshots being fired. Upon arrival in the 2100 block of Flagler Place, they located Rich, who was suffering from multiple gunshot wounds.

36 hours later,  Sanders folds and declares support for Hillary.  No more waiting on the lawsuit over the voter fraud. 

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Re: The offer that Bernie Sanders could not refuse
« Reply #1 on: July 17, 2016, 03:02:05 AM »
I think it's more likely Sanders was, like me, hoping for a Clinton indictment so he could swoop in for the nomination. Once it was clear that that wasn't going to happen, he folded.

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Re: The offer that Bernie Sanders could not refuse
« Reply #2 on: July 17, 2016, 04:06:07 AM »
I think it's more likely Sanders was, like me, hoping for a Clinton indictment so he could swoop in for the nomination. Once it was clear that that wasn't going to happen, he folded.

Correct that Sanders was waiting for an indictment, and the last hope for the indictment, after the FBI turned patsy, was the lawsuit.  Nothing says "no hope for indictment" as seeing one of the last investigators murdered with no investigation, no clues, and no sign of robbery.