Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Political Change Coming Regardless of 2016 Presidential Election

This report released a day before the California primary was obviously design to influence Californians to vote for the eventually winner. While Sanders camp was rightfully mad, they have very few strings to pull with the media, so nobody really cares. And, so goes the game of politics in America where non-establishment challengers are blasted hard in the media for relatively trivial events, while sufficient grounds for Treason against the United States are selectively ignored.

If Clinton wins, a outcome already expected by the establishment, the coming crisis will change the way the majority thinks about politics and politicians. Perhaps, it's what's necessary for change to take place after 2018.

Headline: AP count: Clinton has delegates to win Democratic nomination

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Striding into history, Hillary Clinton will become the first woman to top the presidential ticket of a major U.S. political party, capturing commitments Monday from the number of delegates needed to win the Democratic nomination.

Clinton's rise to presumptive nominee arrived nearly eight years to the day after she conceded her first White House campaign to Barack Obama. Back then, she famously noted her inability to "shatter that highest, hardest glass ceiling."

Campaigning this time as the loyal successor to the nation's first black president, Clinton held off a surprisingly strong challenge from Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders. He mobilized millions with a fervently liberal message and his insurgent candidacy revealed a deep level of national frustration with politics-as-usual, even among Democrats who have controlled the White House since 2009.



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