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Throughout the 2008 and 2012 presidential election season, Progressives controlled the message, for the most part kept their talking heads in check when it came to propaganda (not to mention voter and election fraud).

Well that was then and this is now. Progressives set their creation loose on the country and the ideologues cannot (will not) allow themselves to be controlled.

Enter Rosario Dawson who while ragging Hillary Clinton this weekend over Super Pac donations invoked Monica Lewinsky and the intimidation, suppression of voters by the Progressive establishment desperate to control the message and outcome of the 2016 Presidential election.

Dawson’s statement obviously referred to the “mistaken” purge of more than 126,000 Democratic voters living in Brooklyn, New York from the rolls by New York City’s Board of Elections between December 2015 and last week’s primary.  [Coincidentally (not), Bernie Sanders was born in Brooklyn.]

ouch

Yeah, that is going to leave a mark. Moreover, I do not believe that Bernie Sanders can handle Rosario Dawson or for that matter, Hillary Rodham Clinton.

The Hill by Jesse Hellmann

Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders on Sunday did not directly answer a question about whether it was appropriate for actress Rosario Dawson, a Sanders surrogate, to mention former White House intern Monica Lewinsky at a rally Saturday.

“Rosario is a great actress and she’s doing a great job for us,” Sanders said Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union.” “I have no idea in what context Rosario is talking about, but I would hope that all of our people talk about the real issue.”

Sanders also said people should be talking about climate change instead of his surrogate.

“And, by the way, it might be a good idea for all of us, including TV networks, to start talking about the planetary crisis of climate change,” Sanders added[…]

 

Let’s be real, even if Sanders could check Dawson, he would not. Doing so would not risk angering his supporters for the likes of Crooked Hillary.

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