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DNC thinks it has a right to rig elections

JamPAC (at is a leftie group suing the DNC over the 2016 primaries. Some points from a recent update (hosted by Stefan Molyneux):

  • Class action filed in June 2016 on behalf of Bernie-supporting Democrats, alleging that Bernie-supporting donors were defrauded, in that the primary process was rigged unfairly to favor Hillary.
  • April 25 2017, the court heard the DNC’s second motion to dismiss.
  • DNC argued that the plaintiffs don’t have standing because the DNC has every right to pick candidates itself in back rooms, disregarding its own election rules.
  • DNC also argued that its rules (and its explicit promise to donors to enforce them fairly) is like a politician’s promise, not to be taken seriously.
  • Earlier, DNC had tried to dismiss the lawsuit by alleging that Shawn Lucas had not served it correctly.

Predictably, the Controlled Media has not given this story much coverage.

The original complaint is halfway-interesting reading. For one thing, it sticks with the “Russia hacked the DNC” narrative (ignoring Seth Rich). But, whatever; the plaintiffs clearly have other fish to fry.

The complaint goes on to mention the DNC’s plans to collude with the media “with no fingerprints” in the general election; to plant fake news and social media attacks to “muddy the waters” around Hillary’s vulnerabilities; to influence the selection of generals on the Joint Chiefs of Staff; and more.

In view of the fact that Seth Rich and Shawn Lucas both seem to have died unexpectedly after crossing the DNC, you might want to include in your thoughts and prayers Jared Beck, the JamPAC lawyer.



  1. it sticks with the “Russia hacked the DNC” narrative

    This frosts me to no end. The DemonizingRats have been enormously successful with this “nothing there, there” repetition.

    Why can’t the Repugnants turn this baloney into “Where’s the beef??

    As Alan Dershowitz asks: “What is the crime?” You can investigate dog poop or herpes, but for a Special Counsel, you need a crime.

    The DNC wouldn’t permit the FBI to examine their servers. They hired private investigators. If the FBI isn’t allowed to properly investigate, why should the FBI be involved at all?

    Comment by Heliotrope — May 22, 2017 @ 9:45 am - May 22, 2017

  2. The Beltway GOPers are committed to the success of the Deep State as much as the Democrats; elected politicians, their staffs, and the hundreds of thousands of civil-service members and their private-sector collaborators and fellow-travelers. All the consultants, private contractors, and the private vendors sucking on the Guv’mint Teat right down to the Pizza shops and Chinese-places that deliver. Washington DC and it’s Home Counties are the wealthiest in the Nation — even with wide-swathes of DC sucking-down the averages through unemployment, underemployment and depressed property values.

    All of them on both-sides of the aisle benefit from the Deep State and perpetuate it’s existence — so why should they interfere when it’s against their own private and professional interests?

    Comment by Ted B. (Charging Rhino) — May 22, 2017 @ 11:09 am - May 22, 2017

  3. ignoring Seth Rich

    You should find this article of interest, ILC. I’m posting it in the most appropriate thread, even though it’s a couple days old:

    Imagine having to face every single day knowing that your son was murdered … Imagine … every call that comes in is a reporter asking what you think of a series of lies or conspiracies about the death. That nightmare is what our family goes through every day …

    … On the day he was murdered, Seth was excited about a new job he had been offered on Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign …

    … We know that Seth was abruptly confronted on the street, that he had been on the phone and quickly ended the call. We also know that there were signs of a struggle, including a watchband torn when the assailants attempted to rip it off his wrist. Law-enforcement officials told us that Seth’s murder looked like a botched robbery attempt in which the assailants — after shooting our son — panicked, immediately ran and abandoned Seth’s personal belongings. We have seen no evidence, by any person at any time, that Seth’s murder had any connection to his job at the Democratic National Committee or his life in politics. Anyone who claims to have such evidence is either concealing it from us or lying …

    … Still, conservative news outlets and commentators continue, day after painful day, to peddle discredited conspiracy theories that Seth was killed after having provided WikiLeaks with emails from the DNC. Those theories, which some reporters have since retracted, are baseless, and they are unspeakably cruel …

    … We know that Seth’s personal email and his personal computer were both inspected by detectives early in the investigation and that the inspection revealed no evidence of any communications with anyone at WikiLeaks or anyone associated with WikiLeaks. Nor did that inspection reveal any evidence that Seth had leaked DNC emails to WikiLeaks or to anyone else. Indeed, those who have suggested that Seth’s role as a data analyst at the DNC gave him access to a wide trove of emails are simply incorrect — Seth’s job was to develop analytical models to encourage voters to turn out to vote. He didn’t have access to DNC emails, Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee emails, John Podesta’s emails or Hillary Clinton’s emails. That simply wasn’t his job…

    … We also know that many people are angry at our government and want to see justice done in some way, somehow. We are asking you to please consider our feelings and words. There are people who are using our beloved Seth’s memory and legacy for their own political goals, and they are using your outrage to perpetuate our nightmare. We ask those purveying falsehoods to give us peace, and to give law enforcement the time and space to do the investigation they need to solve our son’s murder.

    Comment by CrayCrayPatriot — May 23, 2017 @ 6:48 pm - May 23, 2017

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