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This was published two hours ago by the NY Times:
What do you all think of this article? I am very skeptical about this author's claim that Clinton now has 90% of Bernie's supporters. He distorts and misrepresents perniciously all the time. I don't see that happening at all, and for Pete's sake, this guy is considered the NY Times expert on political polling. Do they just want to publish articles slanted with a particular outcome? They never printed ANYTHING about how the NY primary was stolen, nor ask any questions of the ladies' who did the purging, nor any questions of Rep. Nita Lowey, or her daughter, the realtor who handled the sale of the rat infested brownstone that had belonged to the chief purger at the New York Board of Elections. This was at the heart of how the NY Primary was hijacked, and for Bernie, that primary was like a big boulder in the stream that you run into when you are kayaking or white-water river rafting. All ignored by the Times and the glorious Clinton Leadership Team in Albany and NYC, including the Attorney General, Eric Schneiderman, to whom the petition was addressed asking for a new NY primary by Federal Court Order, signed by 7000 from Moveon.org.
Then Nate Cohn dumps on all of these actions and many more in the 12 states with documented election fraud, pins it on inaccuracies and unreliability in exit polls, as if that were the entire answer to the concerns of millions, and dismisses it all with his article DEBUNKING these concerns. Outrageous! What a bottomless pit of rotten journalism this became, at the most respected of them all, the New York Times!
This was the original article, which I consider the article with the most vicious high level warping of the truth in the entire campaign:
Exit Polls, and Why the Primary Was Not Stolen From Bernie Sanders
to which I responded with this:
Why and How Progressives Must Counter Mainstream Trivializing of Bernie's Charismatic Accomplishments
If you agree or not, please voice your opinion here in a comment, and also send one to the NY Times: Letters@nytimes.com, and send one to your local papers, too, please. I also ask your response to my email below. We will not be silenced.