After Hillary CRASHES AND BURNS, Bernie Sanders supporters sue the Democratic National Committee

Bernie Sanders

Bernie Samders

Grab your popcorn, folks. Democrats are suing each other over corruption.

Now that Hillary Clinton has suffered the most humiliating political defeat in modern history, Bernie Sanders supporters want their pound of flesh. In court, no less.

Not merely satisfied with saying “I told you so,” Sanders supporters have filed a class action lawsuit against the Democratic National Committee over their fraudulent actions that made Hillary Clinton the nominee. Buoyed by the release of emails released by WikiLeaks, which revealed collusion between the DNC and the Clinton campaign, Sanders supporters are ready to add insult to injury.

The lawsuit, which could potentially include millions of Bernie Sanders supporters (assuming there actually are that many), alleges that the DNC rigged the primaries, and denied Sanders a legitimate chance to capture the nomination. provides the details.

Shortly after the Democratic Primaries, attorneys Jared Beck and Elizabeth Beck, Harvard and Yale Law School graduates, filed a class action lawsuit against the Democratic National Committee and disgraced former DNC chair, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, for the millions of Bernie Sanders supporters they allegedly suppressed and silenced. The latest Wikileaks releases of Clinton campaign chair John Podesta’s emails has revealed further evidence that the scales were heavily tipped in favor of Hillary Clinton by both the DNC and the mainstream media.

“The latest documents provided by Wikileaks confirm and add considerable detail to what prior leaks have disclosed: that the DNC was actively working to undermine Bernie Sanders’ campaign while colluding with the Hillary Clinton campaign behind the scenes,” Jared Beck told the Observer. “This is further evidence in support of our lawsuit, which seeks to hold the DNC and Debbie Wasserman Schultz accountable under the law for their failure to ensure a fair and neutral presidential nominating process.”

Before election day, the media was declaring a civil war in the Republican party, with traditional conservatives pitted against Trump populists. As the election has shown, that civil war never materialized, as Republicans united and put Trump in the White House.

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Now, with Democrats suing each other and causing havoc within the Democratic National Committee leadership, the media is silent. Most media outlets refuse to acknowledge the WikiLeaks emails that brought the DNC corruption to light. When the media does report on it, they imply that Russia was behind the emails, to undermine their legitimacy.

Is it any wonder that Hillary Clinton failed to energize every major Democratic voting bloc, including Bernie Sanders supporters? Young voters failed to turn out for Hillary, and it cost her dearly. After feeling cheated by Clinton and the DNC over their treatment of Bernie Sanders, they left the party and never came back.

Someone needs to send a thank you note to Julian Assange and WikiLeaks. They not only provided the American voter with the truth to Hillary Clinton and her scandals, they provided the rope by which the Democratic Party is about to hang itself.

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