‘Sanders would have beaten Trump’


This video from the USA says about itself:

Bernie WOULD BE PRESIDENT If Dems [Democratic Party establishment] Didn’t Have HEAD UP ASS

10 November 2016

TYT Politics Reporter Jordan Chariton reported on why Bernie Sanders would’ve defeated Donald Trump in the presidential election.

DNC Staffer Screams At Donna Brazile For Helping Elect Donald Trump. Democrats’ nerves are raw in Washington after Tuesday’s stunning loss. 11/10/2016 04:16 pm ET: here.

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53 thoughts on “‘Sanders would have beaten Trump’

  1. I don’t think Bernie would ever be president. It is shame our choices were so pathetic. A socialist, Bernie appealed to the millenniums very much. Free education, universal healthcare, but these were not things he could actually make happen in America. I think Comey should be accountable for violating the Hatch Act, inserting himself into an election 11 days prior to the vote with early voting already started. A lot of disturbing breaches occurred, the insertion of the Kremlin into our voting process. It stinks to high heaven.

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  9. Let’s get right to it. According to a poll that I did, two days before the Presidential Election, here are the Presidential Election results if the matchup had been different:

    Barack Obama 51%, Trump 49%
    Bill Clinton 52%, Trump 48%
    Joe Biden 54%, Trump 46%
    Bernie Sanders 56%, Trump 44%

    (Presidents Obama and Clinton both would have beaten Donald Trump. But the 22nd Amendment, establishing a Presidential term limit, forbade that.)

    Ted Cruz 52%, Hillary Clinton 48%
    GW Bush 54%, Hillary Clinton 46%
    Marco Rubio 55%, Hillary Clinton 45%
    Mitt Romney 56%, Hillary Clinton 44%
    Paul Ryan 57%, Hillary Clinton 43%

    So Trump would have lost to all four alternative Democratic opponents, and Hillary Clinton would have lost to all five alternative Democratic opponents. As Trevor Noah said on the Daily Show, before the election, “both Trump and Clinton are very lucky to be running against one another, because they are both running against the only person they could possibly beat.”

    Three final matchups:

    Sanders 56%, Trump 44%
    Sanders 55%, Cruz 45%
    Sanders 52%, Rubio 48%

    Now here is where it gets very interesting. I asked the voters how they felt about this year’s Presidential primaries. More than half said that they were disappointed by them. The least dissatisfied were the Democrats; “only” 38% of the Democrats were dissatisfied. But 53% of the Republicans, and a whopping 69% of independent voters, were dissatisfied.

    And here is the $64 billion question. I asked the voters whether they would reject all of the candidates, and start over again, if they could. Forty percent said yes, they would vote for “none of the above,” and declare a mulligan.

    Of the remainder, 30% said that they would not want to reject all the candidates; they wanted Clinton. Trump scored 27%, Johnson 2% and Stein 1%.

    So if “none of the above” had been on the ballot, it would have won.

    Which made me wonder, why isn’t it?

    Accordingly, last week I introduced the “None of the Above Act,” which would require that in every federal election, the last line on the ballot would be “none of the above.” And if “none of the above” wins, then there is a mercifully short (six week) do-over, likely with different candidates less offensive to the voters.

    Think about it. If “none of the above” were on the ballot, then no entrenched, coddled incumbent would be safe.

    If “none of the above” were on the ballot, then negative advertising would simply drive up the vote for none-of-the-above. The candidates would be forced to run positive campaigns, or lose out to “none of the above.”

    If “none of the above” were on the ballot, then there would be no excuse for not voting. In fact, “they all stink” would be the perfect reason to go and vote – for “none of the above.”

    Think of it as voting with your middle finger.

    Become a citizen cosponsor of our “None of the Above Act” >>

    Courage,

    Rep. Alan Grayson

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