It ain’t over yet, folks. The counting continues in California, and the more ballots are counted, the closer it gets. Bernie has flipped 3 counties, and today got the support of 9 superdelegates, which is also 9 which won’t go to Clinton. So, looking up, there.
In other news, the dirt around the DNC and Hillary Clinton just continues to fly. Apparently, Russian hackers, note the plural, have been getting into DNC databases, note the continuous tense.
I am reminded of Iowa. I suspected at the time that they’d deliberately leaked info to the Sanders campaign so they could have an excuse to deny him legitimate access which, indeed, they tried to do.
Now, here is the part where people will start calling me a conspiracy theorist, but I see it as connecting the dots: here is another item, from the New York Times:
“…while the State Department was involved in securing a uranium mining deal with Russia, investors in the company involved in the deal, Uranium One, gave millions to the Clinton Foundation.
Shortly after the Russians announced their intention to acquire a majority stake in Uranium One, Mr. Clinton received $500,000 for a Moscow speech from a Russian investment bank with links to the Kremlin that was promoting Uranium One stock.” This was in 2010, while Hillary was Secretary of State.
What if giving the Russians access to the DNC’s database was part of the deal?
And, if they’ll sell Democratic Party secrets to the Russians for half a million dollars, imaging what they’ll be able to do if she’s president.