Un-Friendly Persuasion..Voter Fraud and the CBC’s Lazy, Hazy Reportage

Donald Trump persuading Republicans, but would lose to Hillary Clinton, polls suggest

Republican front-runner could lose big to a Democrat, with Bernie Sanders even stronger than Clinton

By Éric Grenier, for CBC News Posted: Mar 23, 2016 9:43 AM ET Last Updated: Mar 23, 2016 9:43 AM ET


If Trump could lose even bigger to Bernie Sanders, why wasn’t that the headline? Oh wait..the Dems don’t want any actual change , they want a MOR candidate that will continue to goosestep to the corporatist tune..so once again Bernie gets the Dem shaft..kinda like what happened in Arizona, with the voter fraud, mis-registering of Dems as Republicans or Independents, etc. yet the headlines all screaming that Hillary won Arizona..how? By cheating? That is the only way it can happen now…
Funny how the long waits and confusion, as well as outright fraud perpetrated on potential voters, mirrors what happened here in Canada during our elections….didn’t do Harper any good then, won’t do Trump any good now…but the fact that the CBC just meanders along with the deceit, never asking why, is really appalling.


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2 Responses to Un-Friendly Persuasion..Voter Fraud and the CBC’s Lazy, Hazy Reportage

  1. Bill Malcolm says:

    CBC coverage of most anything national or international is sorely lacking. Last night I viewed Mansbridge’s panel, and that pop-eyed twit Coyne dominated the discussion with his stupid right wing views and harping on deficits. Hebert disagreed, but not loudly, and Ditchburn was uncharacteristically quiet. I fail to see what special expertise Coyne possesses that allows him to make continual unsupported clap trap observations. He certainly has no economics degree and seems propelled by his outsize sense of vanity. Screw that, I tend to think the opposite of what that buffoon opines.

    As for the US mess and CBC coverage, well, only their Washington correspondent Neil MacDonald makes any sense, and he’s good, but seems to be disregarded for actually seeming to know something, because it doesn’t register with Mansbridge or his equally intellectually incapable management. Time for their wholesale replacement.

    • cityprole says:

      I wholeheartedly agree, and thanks for your analysis…as for replacements, who? As long as Trudeau is willing to just throw money at them with no requisite demands, why should anything change?

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