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How AMLO won the Presidency of Mexico

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I changed the title. Palast compares AMLO [Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador] to Bernie instead of Hugo. I disagree with that, even though Palast knows/knew all three men.

Bernie never fought for his stolen election. Instead he rolled over, giving submission to the DNC, just like the 'Sheep Dog' he is.

Unlike Sanders, AMLO continued his battle since his win in 2006 was stolen by Mexico's political thugs. The PRI gained control of the Presidency for the next 12 years, but they never defeated Obrador.

Instead, he continued the battle. This time, he won with such a huge huge vote difference that it couldn't be faked. 52% compared to 25% for the nearest opponent, is a bit difficult to steal! The battle now continues - Unless they use CIA methods to accomplish the theft.

Another number difficult to ignore is the 132 candidates supporting AMLO who were assassinated before the election...

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Political Activist, writer and commentator. I have eclectic interests, and am a retired Mechanical Designer. I live in Hawaii, and am far to the left of current the political mainstream.

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