Hillary Clinton and the Democrat Party had to know there would be serious consequences for rigging the election for Hillary.In state after state, socialist Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) would win primaries, only to have Democrat “Superdelegates” overrule the grassroots. The “Democratic” party was anything but, and email proof of election rigging caused the resignation of the DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, who now works directly for Hillary’s campaign.
Hillary took a week off from campaigning after her collapse on September 11th, and may have to be replaced on the ticket. Now, a bombshell new poll from Rasmussen shows that Democrat voters’ top choice would be Bernie Sanders.
The choice of Democrat voters is absolutely clear, and it’s obvious that Democrats aren’t too thrilled about having Hillary as their nominee in the first place:
If Hillary Clinton were forced to leave the presidential race due to health reasons, Democrats would want Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) to replace her as the party’s nominee, a new Rasmussen poll finds.
Forty-eight percent of likely Democratic voters backed Sanders in that scenario, according to the poll released Friday.
Twenty-two percent picked Vice President Biden, with 14 percent saying Clinton’s running mate Tim Kaine, and 9 percent choosing someone else.
Questions about Clinton’s health intensified when she suffered a mishap in public Sunday, stumbling and struggling to enter a van outside a Sept. 11 memorial in New York City.
After the incident, her campaign revealed that she had been diagnosed with pneumonia two days earlier. Clinton came off the campaign trail for several days while she recovered.
Via The Hill
Sanders certainly would be cautious to go against the Clinton political machine again. But Sanders did get a recent dig in at Hillary for her inability to connect with millennial voters:
“Why were you able to connect so well with millennials, and why is Hillary so bad at connecting with millennials?”
“Well, Joe, I think that’s a fair question,” Sanders responded. “I honestly don’t know the answer.”
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