Can Bernie Sanders win New York primary election?

This video from the USA says about itself:

Can Bernie Sanders Win New York?

18 April 2016

Bernie Sanders is trailing Hillary Clinton in the polls, leading into the New York primary. Is there a chance he can pull off a win in the crucial state? Cenk Uygur, host of The Young Turks, breaks it down.

Do you think Bernie Sanders will win New York? Let us know in the comments below.

Read more here.

“U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders accused front-runner Hillary Clinton of apparent campaign finance violations on Monday, ratcheting up the rhetoric against his rival one day before New York state’s crucial primary elections.

Sanders questioned whether Clinton‘s campaign violated legal limits on donations by paying her staffers with funds from a joint fundraising effort by Clinton and the Democratic National Committee, or DNC.

Sanders has long maintained that the DNC has favored Clinton over Sanders. The U.S. senator from Vermont is a democratic socialist who has run as an independent in his Senate campaigns.”

This 18 April 2016 video from the USA is called How The New York Primary Rules Are Biased For Hillary Clinton.

This video from the USA says about itself:

16 April 2016

Bernie Sanders threw his support and attention to striking Verizon workers, causing Hillary Clinton supporters to dismiss reality in order to make it seem like he’s just another politician. They didn’t cite the times he showed up at previous Verizon strikes, and they failed to point out the hundreds of thousands of dollars Verizon has paid Hillary Clinton for a speech and to the Clinton Global Initiative.

Jimmy Dore breaks it down.

This video from the USA says about itself:

Benjamin Jealous Rips CNN Spinning Coverage of Bernie Sanders

18 April 2016

Jordan Chariton, Reporter TYT Politics, interviews former NAACP President Ben Jealous at the CNN Democratic Debate in New York. Don’t miss all of TYT’s live coverage of the 2016 election at

Jordan asks Ben Jealous about:
– How Bernie can continue to grow his support among the African American community.
– The difference between young and old voters.
– The huge rally Bernie Sanders held in Washington Square Park in New York City.
CNN’s coverage of the campaign
Voter disenfranchisement in New York.

4 thoughts on “Can Bernie Sanders win New York primary election?

  1. There’s something I need to share with you, Linda, and it’s probably going to anger you. It should probably anger everyone. Here it is:

    Our opponent is bending campaign finance rules to their breaking point all so Wall Street fat cats and people like Walmart’s Alice Walton can get away with giving hundreds of thousands of dollars in a single contribution to benefit the Clinton campaign.

    You already know about the fundraiser Hillary Clinton held where a couple could contribute $353,000 to sit at a table with George Clooney. That money doesn’t go directly to the Clinton campaign, it goes to something called the “Hillary Victory Fund” – another account that has raised almost $35 million.

    Well, for MONTHS the Clinton campaign has been saying the primary purpose of that fund is to support the DNC and state parties. But that’s not even close to true.

    According to the Hillary Victory Fund’s most recent FEC report, the vast majority of the money they spent in 2016 – $25 MILLION – went directly towards helping the Clinton campaign itself.

    So, what can we do about it? We can either sit back and shrug our shoulders at yet another obscene injustice. Or, we can fight. I say we fight.

    Contribute $2.70 to Bernie’s campaign today to help us win New York and as a way of saying you have had ENOUGH of the way Hillary Clinton’s campaign is funding its campaign and super PACs.

    So, this is distressing, but it’s probably to be expected. The Clinton campaign has raised the majority of its money from people giving the maximum amount of money under the law and her super PACs have raised more than $15 million from Wall Street and the financial industry alone.

    Do you believe we can change a corrupt system by taking its money? Bernie Sanders says no, and that’s the choice New Yorkers face on Tuesday.

    The choice you face right now, is are you willing to contribute $2.70 to fight back and win this primary, the White House and take our country back from the billionaire class? You can do that here:

    This is the most important week and a half of the campaign. How we respond in this moment could mean the difference between victory and defeat.

    In solidarity,

    Jeff Weaver
    Campaign Manager
    Bernie 2016


  2. Tuesday 19th April 2016

    posted by Morning Star in World

    DEMOCRATIC socialist Bernie Sanders goes into today’s New York presidential primary up against US Establishment candidate Hillary Clinton full of confidence, having addressed his biggest rally ever at the weekend.

    The Vermont senator drew more than 28,000 supporters to Brooklyn’s Prospect Park on Sunday afternoon, telling them that his was “a campaign that is on the move.”

    He pointed out that he was originally seen as a fringe candidate, 70 points behind his opponent, but “they don’t consider us fringe any more.”

    Mr Sanders, who outscores Ms Clinton in polls matching them against possible Republican challengers, forecast that US voters would reject Donald Trump.

    He said the Republican frontrunner would not be elected US president because people “will not support a candidate who insults Mexicans and Latinos, who insults Muslims, who insults women, who insults veterans, who insults the African-American community.”

    Mr Sanders said that his campaign was bringing millions of people into the political process — “working people and young people who are sick and tired of Establishment politics and Establishment economics.”

    He told the rally: “We want a government which represents all of us, not just the 1 per cent.”

    The Vermont senator had earlier broken the first rule of US politics by criticising Israel in a debate with Ms Clinton on Thursday, calling Tel Aviv’s bombing of Gaza “disproportionate” and challenging her to state her position.

    Mr Sanders declared that the US was “going to have to treat the Palestinian people with respect and dignity” and “we are going to have to say that Netanyahu is not right all of the time.”


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