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    Among Democrats in California, the results of that state’s Primary Election earlier this month were unexpected, besides being way out of the margin of error. That the exit polls were canceled was certainly a red flag that something stunk to High Hell. 

    The creator of this clip claims to have discovered that Bernie Sanders actually won California by a landslide – by an estimated 69% to 31% against Hillary. However, most of Sanders’ votes were not counted: those votes cast by “No Party Preference” (NPP) voters, as they are called in some states, such as in Florida. In California, NPP voters were given Provisional Ballots and according to the poll worker speaking here, those provisional ballots were thrown away.

    He says, “…recently leaked information shows mass election fraud across the state. The shear mass of the election fraud that took place in California was staggering and is unlike anything we have seen in decades. It is estimated that 2 out of every 3 of Bernie Sanders votes were not counted during the California primary election. We will explain in detail exactly how the election was rigged and provide our sources…” 

    Sanders’ strongest demographic of first-time voters and young Democrats found their registrations mysteriously missing or found themselves incorrectly registered as Republicans. 

    In 2016, California’s voting regulations for the Presidential Primaries allowed NPP votes to be accepted by the 1) Democrat Party; 2) American Independent Party;

    3) Libertarian Party; 4) Non-Partisan. The Republican Party was not accepting the votes of NPP voters. As with New York State, California voters registered with one party are allowed to vote for candidates of another party in both the Primary and General elections.

    The same is not true of the State of Florida, which came as a shock to me and caused me to cast a non-vote, in disgust. In Florida, NPP voters are not allowed to vote in the Primary Elections and voters registered with a political party are only allowed to vote between candidates within their party, providing there are more than one. If not, they must vote for the only candidate from their party, who’s on the ballot.

    Back to the 2016 California Presidential Primary Election: This clip shows proof of uncounted ballots, evidence of tampered voting machines and other voting manipulation. The creator of this clip claims, “There are many reports of voting machine irregularities across the state. Poll workers in Los Angeles and Orange County report that Bernie won the electronic votes in their precincts by well over a 2 to 1 margin, the opposite of the result of the vote count.  ?The contrast between this and the outcome is indicative of vote-flipping. This result in another 7-figure number of Bernie Sanders votes not being counted; in fact, this is much worse. Millions of Bernie Sanders votes were actually counted as Hillary Clinton votes. This is sickening.”

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