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As we all know, Clinton health is worrying. Her neurologist (neurologist???) Oladotun Okunola have said that the Democratic candidate in the upcoming Presidential Elections is suffering of pneumonia. I wouldn’t go into conspiracy theories, but it’s clear that this isn’t pneumonia, or rather, the Clinton staff not telling the truth about the severity of her illness. […]Read More If Clinton drops out, Bernie will run as an Independent
The next April 26 Sanders and Clinton vie 384 Pledged Delegates in North Atlantic. Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island will host one of the last battles for the Democratic Nomination. Bernie Sanders must inevitably bring the gap from former Secretary of State under 200 Pledged Delegates but it will not be easy. Unfortunately […]Read More Sanders leads in the North Atlantic by 5%
Primary: Tuesday 19 April 2016 Candidate Popular Vote Delegate Votes Soft Pledged Soft Unpledged (source) Soft Total Hard Total Clinton, Hillary Diane Rodham 1,037,349 57.95% 139 56.28% 39 88.64% 178 61.17% 139 47.77% Sanders, Bernard “Bernie” 752,744 42.05% 108 43.72% 108 37.11% 108 37.11% Uncommitted 44 15.12% (available) 5 11.36% 5 1.72% Total 1,790,093 100.00% 247 100.00% 44 100.00% 291 100.00% 291 100.00% Delegate Selection: Proportional […]Read More Clinton gained a delegate for every 100,000 people who kicked out
We’ve been forced to endure the harassment of CNN and its commentators, we’ve been forced to endure the Hillary Clinton overexposure, we’ve been forced to their laughter, their improper comments, we heard CNN say that in Washington Square Park there were only a few thousand people while NYPD issued a statement in which it stated […]Read More Who won the Democratic debate?
Today Bernie Sanders has made a miracle: he raised thousands of enthusiastic people in Washington Square Park in the South of Manhattan. Spike Lee and Tim Robbins have attended his rally. Sanders has started the rally with a fairly loudly and excitedly, and he has incited the crowd. He has listed, as expected, the main […]Read More Turnout of thousands in Manhattan for Bernie
In this article I’ve added a lot more references just to confirm what I’ve already advanced in previous articles. In this case, I’ve studied the five Boroughs of the Big Apple and six Counties (Albany, Erie, Monroe, Oneida, Onondaga, Suffolk) in the State of New York. I’ve worked on Demography, Ethnicity, Religion, Geography, Polls, Surveys, […]Read More Poll: Sanders leads Clinton by 8% in New York