Andrew Garfield, Could Bloomberg Win with Gabbard & Moderate Republicans Abandoning Trump? YES!

Andrew Garfield with Robert David Steele Andrew Garfield You asked me to answer the question, “Could Bloomberg-Gabbard beat Trump-Pence?”  The answer is a solid YES. Bloomberg needs a solid VP with left leaning credentials to turn out the Democratic Party base, win the primaries, and secure the nomination. A female VP would make the ticket even stronger and more appealing to the far left. Without a VP with the right credentials, Bloomberg risks turning off left leaning voters in the primaries. A Bloomberg Gabbard ticket would also appeal to Independents…

Matt Taibbi Trounces Intellectual Mainstream: “Everyone’s a Russian Asset?”

Matt Taibbi America laughed at Hillary Clinton’s remarks about Tulsi Gabbard, but her ideas fit perfectly in the intellectual mainstream Hillary Clinton, not long ago the nominee of the Democratic Party, had some choice words about the state of American politics Friday. “I’m not making any predictions, but I think they’ve got their eye on somebody who is currently in the Democratic primary and are grooming her to be the third-party candidate,” Clinton said on a podcast with former Barack Obama aide David Plouffe. “She’s the favorite of the Russians.” Clinton appeared…

Hillary Clinton’s attacks on Tulsi Gabbard sow more Democratic division than Moscow could ever dream o

By Graham Dockery, RT In her zeal to beat off challengers to her party’s hardline anti-Russia orthodoxy, Hillary Clinton has only succeeded in sowing discord between the crop of Democratic presidential contenders. How very ‘Putin-esque’ of her. Unfounded blaming of Russia for her own woes is nothing new from Hillary Clinton, who still blames the Kremlin for denying her the presidency three years ago. If it wasn’t ‘Russian hackers’ leaking her emails, it was ‘Russian bots’ backing Bernie Sanders in the Democratic primary, or Vladimir Putin convincing the Green Party’s…

Henry Samson, Is the DNC Establishment backing Trump while Rigging the Nomination against Bernie and Tulsi?

Henry Samson This is the question that was asked by a great many DNC/CDP members last weekend as they tried to understand the scheduling debacle that pitted the Democratic National Committee Meeting in San Francisco against the California Democratic Party meeting in San Jose (one to three hours away, depending on traffic). On the two main days for both events, August 23rd and 24th, attendees had to choose which to attend and which to miss. It turned out that the CDP did better on overall attendance than the DNC. When…