Skip to comments.‘Total blackout’: Lawyer suing DNC for fraud speaks out on lack of media coverage
Posted on 05/19/2017 12:20:36 PM PDT by dontreadthis
The lawyer who filed a class-action lawsuit against the Democratic National Committee and its ex-chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz nearly a year ago tells RT that there has been a mainstream media blackout of the fraud case stemming from the 2016 primary. The class action lawsuit against the Democratic National Committee and former chair Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Florida) filed in June 2016 alleges that the party showed bias toward Hillary Clinton over Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) during the 2016 primary.
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hope he has a lot of really good body guards
MSM = PRAVDA=DNC
Don’t expect much if it doesn’t line up with the RAT side of the UniParty.
He is surprised by this?
Seth Rich was murdered 10 months ago. At the time of his death, Rich was the Voter Expansion Data Director at the DNC,
DNC = Media ,D’oh
That’s what press conferences are for. Also helps to not have a silly frivolous lawsuit that will go nowhere.
President Trump needs to activate both the Federal Trade Commission and the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) Antitrust Division, to begin a comprehensive evaluation of media antitrust, with the idea of busting up the oligarchy.
It will take several years, so the ball needs to get rolling.
If this is the case I’m thinking of, then the guy who served the papers is already dead. (Early Aug of 2016.)
I had been wondering about this.
Any Bernie supporter who made a payment to the DNC would have standing to sue the DNC for Fraud, and given how it’s been proven that the DNC also colluded with CNN during the debates, it seems that they should be criminally charged under the RICO statutes.
I completely understand that that very same media who went charging across a field like the flock of sheep they are, to see Hillary in her black SUV when she announced her candidacy, would want this hushed up.
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