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How Bernie Sanders Could Become President With Only 130,000 Votes -- theindependentthinker2016

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 When we started this movement, our goal was to get Sanders into the House of Representatives lottery. The Presidential race was set to be a photo-finish and we believed that there was a chance to throw the race into chaos and hope that we could survive round one and force a second round, where our new reps would vote Bernie in to the White House. But then an eleven year old tape of Donald Trump being a misogynist pig came out and Clinton opened up an insurmountable lead and now it is all but certain that Clinton will win the White House by an electoral landslide. [Food for thought.]

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