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SAN FRANCISCO, CA - JUNE 06: Audience members at a rally held by Democratic presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders at the Presidio cheer while waiting for Sanders to arrive on June 6, 2016 in San Francisco, California. California's primary will be held tomorrow. (Photo by

Bernie Sanders Throws Supporters Under the Bus — Again

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) told CNN’s Jake Tapper on Sunday that his supporters were, in fact, “living in their parents’ basements,” as his former rival, Hillary Clinton, had said at a secretly-recorded fundraiser in February. It was the latest betrayal in Sanders’ continuing capitulation to the Clinton machine.

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Green Party’s Jill Stein: DNC ‘Sneaky and Underhanded’ Toward Bernie Sanders

Green Party presidential nominee Dr. Jill Stein told journalists gathered after the Green Party convention, “The DNC is kind-of accusing Russia of being underhanded and sneaky, in order to cover-up the DNC’s underhanded and sneaky behavior towards the Sanders’ campaign.” Her vice presidential running mate, Ajamu Baraka blamed the press for running with the story.

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Green Party Convention: ‘Democratic Party Does Not Give a Flying F**k About You’

YahNé Ndgo, a featured speaker and a self-described “Bernie Lover,” asked convention goers at the Green Party Nominating Convention in Houston, “Are you going to try to go inside there and reform this [Democratic] Party, that has demonstrated in every way, with every opportunity, that they really do not give a flying f**k about what it is you care about?” “And for me, that’s not a hard decision,” Ndgo said.

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Trump Girl’s Epic Troll of DNC Protest

PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania — At a massive protest outside the Democrat National Convention Thursday night, a pro-Trump girl grabbed the attention of a crowd of Red Flag communists and unloaded on Hillary Clinton.

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Day 2 of Democratic National Convention: Outsiders vs. Insiders

PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania — The second day of the Democratic National Convention was supposed to be a coronation. Instead, it triggered at least two confrontations — one, expected, in the streets; and the other, unexpected, inside the hall itself.