>>96849127>I'm confused by the part where you're not in the least bit concerned about people being corrupt pieces of shit, but are only concerned about people being REVEALED that they're corrupt pieces of shit.
I'm not concerned about the inner workings of private organizations selecting a nominee. They can use whatever methods they choose and it's all legal. It's their club. I am concerned about people doing that in a process that I'm apart of, that's not a private club and is in defiance of federal law.>The Trump campaign neither stole her files, nor released them, nor used them in his campaign.
Yet they seem to have coordinated with the people who did.>You just assume that the DNC is rigged from the get-go?
I assume that all parties do it.>Maybe I'm naive, but I at least thought political parties would, at the very least, "see who the most popular candidate is"
Hillary was a more popular democrat than Bernie sanders. >Did or did not Trump win their nomination, and did or did not the RNC accept his nomination, even if begrudgingly?
Trump paid his dues as a republican before running for office and he was basically in favor of all the same things that the Republican Party was in favor of. At the very least, they would view him as someone to get them in and they could control and manipulate. Bernie was an independent that suddenly registered to be a democrat because you only stand a chance if you're either a dem or Repub.
Meanwhile, Hillary took slings and arrows for the dnc for decades, towed the dnc line and was undoubtedly DNC to the bone. Her aspirations were more realistic than what Bernie was talking about. That's not to completely discount Bernie. I think that, had hillary made him her running mate, she would have won the presidency, but the party chose terrible Tim Kane.>I'm skeptical.
Well, I told you the truth, if you don't want to believe something so inconsequential then that's on you.