How Hillary Clinton “Won” New York: Massive Voter Disenfranchisement – In Fact, Syria Has a Freer Democracy than New York

by Scott Creighton

I don’t see why we need to stand by and watch a (state) go (socialist) due to the irresponsibility of its people. The issues are much too important for the (New York) voters to be left to decide for themselves.” Henry Kissinger. long time mentor of Hillary Clinton

If this were Florida 2000, the streets would be lined with outraged Democrats demanding justice for the millions of disenfranchised voters who were deliberately denied their fundamental right to have a say in our democracy.

But this isn’t Florida 2000 and the villain isn’t republican George W. Bush. It’s “progressive” New York and the bad guy is a woman who many Dems think stands a chance at beating either Donald Trump or Ted “the Evangelist” Cruz in November.

So you know what those committed social justice warriors on the left are doing about this round of voter suppression? Nothing. Not a damn thing. They’re keeping their mouths shut, looking the other way and hoping people just stop talking about it before the next primary contest, when it will almost certainly be repeated.

Funny thing is, another little election took place on Tuesday as well and the results of that democratic contest put us to shame by comparison. And drawing a comparison should teach us something. But you know it wont. Because we are the land of the free and home of the brave and everyone wants to be as democratic as we are, right?

The Kings County Board of Elections purged 126,000 registered Democrats from the voting rolls in Brooklyn, prompting an outcry from Mayor Bill de Blasio and an audit from Comptroller Scott Stringer. “It has been reported to us from voters and voting rights monitors that the voting lists in Brooklyn contain numerous errors, including the purging of entire buildings and blocks of voters from the voting lists,” de Blasio said. “The perception that numerous voters may have been disenfranchised undermines the integrity of the entire electoral process and must be fixed.”

Polling places didn’t open on time, voting machines malfunctioned, and voters showed up to find their names weren’t on the rolls. Some voters had their party affiliations mysteriously switched from Democratic or Republican to independent or non-affiliated and couldn’t vote in the closed primaries. And 3 million New Yorkers, 27 percent of the electorate, didn’t get to vote because they weren’t registered with the Democratic or Republican parties, and the deadline to change party affiliation was an absurd 193 days before the April 19 primary, as I reported on Monday.

As a result, only 19.7 percent of eligible New Yorkers cast a ballot, the second-lowest voter turnout in the primaries after Louisiana, according to elections expert Michael McDonald. There were over 900 calls from frustrated voters to the Election Protection Coalition, more than in any other primary state. The Nation

I live in Florida. I lived in New York city for 7 years. I know the corruption in both states is rampant, especially when it comes to election politics.

So I wasn’t shocked to learn about the collusion that took place in 2000 in order to get “W” and Dick “elected” to the White House back then and I am certainly not surprised to find out about the gerrymandering that took place this week in New York in order to ensure the member of the other royal family of our One Party (the Business Party) political divide gets into office this year.

These numbers are horrendous. This is third-world tin-pot dictator level stuff right here.

In order to put it in a little better perspective, let’s take a look at another election that took place on Tuesday this week in a country Hillary herself started destabilizing 5 years ago.

In Syria they held parliamentary elections this past Tuesday. That country is a war-zone with Obama’s “moderate” terrorists still shelling population centers routinely. They held an election and this was the outcome:

Tuesday’s Syrian election was a vote of confidence by the Syrian people in their government. 5,085,444 voters cast their ballots out of a possible 8,834,994 eligible voters.

The overall participation rate of 58% (virtually identical to Canada’s last federal election) exceeded the government’s expectations in most places but was low in others. Global Research

Imagine that. In a country run by the “brutal dictator” Assad (and he isn’t really a dictator) they have more voter participation in their elections than we do in most states and certainly better than they do up there in “progressive” New York.

It’s kind of funny when you think about it.

But then again, when you think about it in another way, it makes perfect sense. We hate democracy overseas. It causes instability. Dictators and royal family bloodline are much more stable for our precious Business Interests… so of course, we hate it over here as well, right?

I don’t see why we need to stand by and watch a (state) go communist due to the irresponsibility of its people. The issues are much too important for the (New York) voters to be left to decide for themselves.” Henry Kissinger. long time mentor of Hillary Clinton

Had there only been 19% voter participation in Syria this past Tuesday, you would have been hearing about that stat on CNN, Fox News, MSNBC and all the rest non-stop.

And had all the voter suppression we saw in New York been present in Damascus, Killary herself would have been screeching about holding yet another of her patented “soft power humanitarian interventions” on behalf of freedom, justice and the American Way.

And all her neocon friends would have been saying the same thing.

Yet, as it turns out, no one says a word when more people vote in a war-zone in Syria than they do in “progressive” New York state.

And as it turns out, the reason so few voted in New York is because of blatant voter suppression tactics designed to ensure Hillary of the Royal Clinton Clan “won” the delegates.

How funny. What one would expect from the “brutal dictator” Assad is actually what you find right here in support of Hillary Clinton. And few on the fake left say a word about it.

I called Hillary supporters fascists the other day and here’s more proof.

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One Response

  1. Scott, in a REAL dictatorship turnout would be compulsory, with a 100% turnout. After carefully counting the votes the dictator would win by a close 99.9% for and 0.1% against, just to prove fairness.

    Perhaps, in the eyes of The West, Assad isn’t dictatorial enough.

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