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The "Fear Vote" is Not a Democratic Vote

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In desperation, the establishment shills for Hillary Clinton are stealing the primary election.
With campaign violations, suppression, purging, buying BOE officials, and controlling the media's focal point, #CrookedHillary is going to be installed into the nomination.
Why this should matter to Trump supporters is because both establishment parties are colluding together to make sure she is installed in the white house as well.

If they get away with stealing the nomination from us, you can bet your ass they will steal the general election from Trump. Guaranteed. In fact, if we step back and look at what has occurred, it's undeniably astonishing that Trump is even the nominee. Against what we ALL thought were insurmountable odds. It seemed like a joke remember? Not very funny anymore though. Now, I believe he was the intended nominee from the start, or they saw the opportunity to exploit him once he declared and pounced. He is the candidate Hillary NEEDS to run against. He is the ONLY candidate that she can easily beat without much question of means. We know how Hillary HATES questions.

While most Dems claim that high turnout is most important aspect of their strategy in winning the general election, it's clear that the Clinton camp WANTS low turnout. She hasn't and isn't going to be able to do much campaigning on the ground because her rallies tend to attract more protesters than supporters. It really looks bad for her anyway she tries to drive it. Even phone bankers for Hillary have pretty regular discussion about how they are treated when the contact realizes they're "With Her", and that doesn't help the image she must project in order to be believed as "most electable candidate".

Oh well no worries. Right from the book of republican strategy she learns it's far easier to steal an election when few people vote. And that my friend, is why the Dems have joined the suppression club. Unfortunately, none of this is good for Dems or Reps in our current situation.

Both Campaigns will lose if election is not fair. Democracy will lose. Once Hillary has the nomination, she will easily take the election from Trump. With plenty of help from the conservative establishment thugs (they really are homies u know), will see to it that Trump does not get a fair shot. Hillary has counted on, from the start, our fear of the "other" to elect her to rule. It is a requirement without which, she could not succeed. So Trump is Hillary's Saddam with many weapons of mass destruction.

With what I've seen occurring in the primaries, I'm far more terrified of Clinton than I am Trump.

When I see the MSM portraying Bernie supporters as violent and dangerous, the hair on the back of my neck salutes! It's a tactic. They need to portray us as dangerous so that when they use violence against us, say in Philly perhaps, the public will assume it is justified. They have used this very tactic many times in history so don't say I'm crazy for thinking it.

We know how Clinton and CO are exploiting the "fear vote". Telling all of us how dangerous it would be to have a Trump administration. Literally acting like it would be the end of the world. As though Trump would be an uncontrollable, WMD wielding, Arab dictator. That's pretty scary right? But I think we are being more reactionary than logical when we fail to realize how little risk there would actually be in Trump accomplishing ANYTHING egregious. Not unlike our failure to properly assess risk with regard to WMDs in the Bush administration.

With BOTH parties in congress, along with the majority of the people against him, Trump is very nearly impotent as President. He does NOT have enough weight in politics to be in any way effective. The fear of him is illogical. It's their favorite weapon. But, in taking that "fear" stance with Trump, they are talking out two sides of their own mouth, and it shows if you pay attention to detail.

Every election we hear the candidates saying how important their relation to congress is. We hear it a lot with regard to Bernie Sanders. The establishment paints Sanders agenda as impossible to achieve because "congress will NEVER agree". In relation to Trump though, the opposite is spewed. "Trump would be a very dangerous President" as though he would have more cooperation in congress than Bernie or Hillary for that matter, to achieve his outlandish goals. Which is it? Either the Presidency is capable of wielding unchecked power that could bring about our own demise, or the Presidency requires good relations with congress and the population in order to accomplish anything? It's BS.

Just as the Dems are cheating us in this primary, the Reps will cheat their party in collusion with Clinton in the General. When the election is stolen from them their fury will be every bit as warranted as ours is today. Don't forget, that they have been portrayed as violent as well (not always unfounded however) from the very beginning. MSM will have no problem convincing us they had to use force to deal with the Barbaric Trump supporters. Most of us think they should already have used force in some instances. But consider this; Donald Trump has obtained the nomination of his party by lawful democratic means. Like it or not we wouldn't want him being prevented in participating would we? Of course not. He and his supporters are Americans. They absolutely have the right to fair elections every bit as much as we do. With that said however, how can we as a party, as Americans, turn against them and vote for Hillary out of fear, knowing full well how her nomination was obtained? We couldn't. We cannot chose her and continue to claim any sense of moral superiority to Trump supporters. Doing so turns us into what we claim to detest most. The perpetrators of injustice.

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