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BREAKING: The Democrats Just Got SUED In Federal Court
The Democratic National Committee has admitted in court that they are no more “democratic” than the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.
Disgruntled Democrat voters have filed a class-action lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for Southern Florida alleging that the DNC and former chairperson Debbie Wasserman-Schultz favored Hillary Clinton during the presidential nomination process. (via Lifezette)
The lawsuit was filed on behalf of residents from 45 states and represents three types of plaintiffs: DNC donors, Bernie Sanders campaign donors, and any registered Democrats. Wow! That’s a LOT of people.
The plaintiffs accuse Schultz and the DNC of “intentional, willful, wanton, and malicious” conduct that violated the charter and by-laws of the DNC. We couldn’t agree more. Their conduct was wholly inappropriate.
Specifically, lawyers argue that the DNC violated Article 5 Section 4 of their charter, which requires the DNC chairperson to act with impartiality — especially between Presidential candidates. Anyone with EYES could see how THAT was violated! Maybe they should add “Americans with eyes” to their list of plaintiffs, or “Americans with common sense.”
DNC emails, which were leaked earlier this year, made it clear that Schultz and the DNC favored Clinton and disadvantaged Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders.
The class-action suit is hoping to receive relief for almost seven million donors who provided money to Bernie Sanders expecting a fair election process.
“There’s no contractual obligation here,” argued DNC lawyer Bruce Spiva in court. “It’s not a situation where a promise has been made that is an enforceable promise.”
Spiva goes on to explain that registered Democrats should have had no expectation of a fair election process. Further, he claims that there is nothing stopping the Democrats from selecting their nominee in a backroom negotiation without any input from voters.
Spiva’s comments need to be played on repeat leading up to the next presidential election. The Democrats have “no contractual obligation to democracy” should be known as the unofficial slogan of the establishment party. They haven’t been playing by the rules for YEARS — the only difference is, now, they’re admitting it.
It is no wonder that the Democrats nominated such an unlikable person to run for election: she was not chosen by the voters.
The mainstream media has, of course, remained silent as the case proceeds since it is actually newsworthy and has no connection to their ridiculous Trump-Russia narrative. Pathetic.
BREAKING: Iowa’s Brutal Pro-Trump Move Has Snowflake Libs Crying For Mommy
Liberals are crying as true patriots limit their ability to cheat their way to victory by rigging elections.
Governor Terry Branstad signed legislation into law on Friday to enact strict voter ID checks. The legislation will also shorten the length of early voting times and update the absentee voting procedure. (via Breitbart)
“Protecting the integrity of our election law system is very important,” said Branstad, the longest serving governor in America, “We’re very proud that Iowa has a tradition and history of doing so, and this is going to strengthen our ability and make it more effective and efficient.”
The new voter ID law will be implemented slowly and will take full effect by the June 2018 primary elections.
Poll workers will be asking for voter ID in the upcoming local elections, but residence lacking in proper paperwork will still be allowed to cast a ballot.
Full identification will be required by June 2018, but residence without ID will still be allowed to cast provisional ballots. These ballots will only be valid if the voter is later authenticated.
Passports, driver’s licenses, and military IDs will all be acceptable forms of voter identification. Iowa will also be introducing a free identification card for citizens who lack other options.
With a free option available, liberals will not be able to complain that the voter ID laws limit lower income voters.
Despite the slow introduction and the availability of a free voter ID card the ACLU, and liberal non-profit plans to sue to block the Iowa law claiming it discriminates against the disadvantaged and racial minorities – which it does not.
It is likely that the Supreme Court will be forced to rule on the constitutionality of voter ID laws as liberal groups continue to play the race card and block any effort to ensure the integrity of our elections.
With Neil Gorsuch on the bench, the Supreme Court should rule voter ID laws acceptable so long as there is a free option to obtain ID.
Do you want strict voter ID laws in your state? Let America know!
France election: Macron heckled by pro-Le Pen workers
Factory workers boo Mr Macron in AmiensFrench presidential hopeful Emmanuel Macron has been heckled by factory workers in Amiens after a visit by his far-right rival, Marine Le Pen.
Ms Le Pen upstaged her centrist rival earlier by turning up to speak to the workers as he met their union representatives a few miles away.
Mr Macron, who is far ahead in opinion polls, is in Amiens, his home town, amid accusations of complacency.
He got another boost when former President Nicolas Sarkozy endorsed him.
François Fillon, the candidate of Mr Sarkozy's own, centre-right Republican party, was knocked out in the first round, leaving uncertainty over how party supporters would vote in the second.
Opinion polls taken since the first round on Sunday suggest Mr Macron, candidate of the En Marche (On The Move) movement, will easily beat Ms Le Pen, who has temporarily stood down as leader of the National Front.
Le Pen takes the initiative: By Hugh Schofield, BBC News, ParisThis was a neat publicity coup for Marine Le Pen. As Emmanuel Macron was holding talks at the local chamber of commerce, the National Front leader made an unannounced visit to the picket line at the Whirlpool factory where she was greeted with enthusiasm by many of the striking workers.
She told reporters there that Mr Macron's decision to meet union officials in the comfortable surroundings of an office - rather than come to the factory gates as she had - was a sign of someone who deep down was contemptuous of working people's lives.
Mr Macron retorted that Marine Le Pen was cynically exploiting the situation for political ends and that it was more important to work out a long-term solution for the factory than to score cheap points in front of the cameras.
The clash is symptomatic of a second-round campaign in which so far Marine Le Pen has clearly had the initiative. Some in Mr Macron's camp are urging him to up his game and not assume that his strong lead in the polls will necessarily endure.
The Whirlpool household appliance factory in Amiens, in the rustbelt of France's industrial north, faces the threat of closure with outsourcing to Poland.
Mr Macron earlier saw union delegates at the local chamber of commerce, with TV pictures showing them in discussion in a grey meeting room. Meanwhile, Ms Le Pen was having selfies taken outside the actual factory a few miles away.
When he visited the actual factory, surrounded by journalists, he was booed and whistled.
"There is no work!" a woman shouted repeatedly as he sought to address the workers.
"It's important not to feed anger but to be up to meeting expectations," he told the crowd. "Of course there's anger in the country, there's anguish, there's a responsibility to take, that's why I'm here."
Ms Le Pen, whose new campaign slogan is "Choose France", tweeted (in French) photos of her meeting the workers and said: "With me, their factory won't close!"
She seeks to portray her pro-EU opponent as the candidate of "runaway globalisation", hoping to pick up votes from the extreme left despite her own far-right background.
Leading members of the ruling Socialist Party have criticised Mr Macron, a former Socialist minister, for not fighting hard enough in the run-off campaign.
"He was smug," Socialist Party boss Jean-Christophe Cambadelis told French radio. "He wrongly thought that it was a done deal. It's not a done deal."
In a statement (in French) on Facebook, Mr Sarkozy said he would vote for Mr Macron and was retiring from politics himself.
"I consider that the election of Marine Le Pen and the launch of her project will bring serious consequences to our country and to the French," he wrote.
"I will therefore be voting in the second round of the presidential election for Emmanuel Macron. It's a choice of responsibility, which is not in any case a support for his project."
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