Thursday, August 4, 2016

Bernie actually won; Hillary steals vote (video)

Lee Camp (Redacted Tonight, #110, 7-29-16), Pat Macpherson, Ashley Wells, Wisdom Quarterly

Bernie Actually Won, Protests Rock DNC
I had to save my career in the Senate.
In this special episode of Redacted Tonight, Lee Camp reveals what REALLY went down at the 2016 Democratic National Convention (DNC).

Lee Camp also delves into a brand new 100 page election fraud report released by “Election Justice USA” that the Hillary-supporting mainstream media has essentially blacked out.

"Bernie's Plan B: Follow me to Hillary"
Correspondent John F. O’Donnell files a live report from Philly about where Bernie Sanders supporters are going to “Turn Their Bern” now that Hillary Clinton has successfully stolen the nomination.

And remember, folks, no refunds!
Finally, correspondent Carlos Delgado explains how capitalism and natural disasters are benefiting each other and what each presidential candidate thinks about this situation. This and more on Redacted Tonight.
The only honest candidate: Jill Stein
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Hillary hacked, FBI investigates
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Actress Shailene Woodley explains where the Bernie Movement goes now (RT)
(RT) Shailene Woodley (co-star of “Snowden,” on where Bernie Movement goes now

LA Sheriff chooses trial over prison

After pleading guilty, longtime L.A. County Sheriff Lee Baca, once one of the most powerful law enforcement officials in the nation, will go on trial for lying to the FBI in a career full of abuses and lies. The single lie he is being charged for in a federal corruption investigation concerns his role in attempting to block the FBI from looking into sheriff deputies' abuse of detainees within L.A. County jails. The maximum sentence he faces for a single offense is five years in federal prison -- after the judge surprisingly rejected his sweetheart plea deal. He may now also be charged for other offenses that were previously ignored to make the plea deal. More

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9 3 LA pregnancy centers are violating the law
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