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Bernie Sanders for President

Vice President Joe Biden said something very important about our campaign last week, and I want to make sure you read how the New York Times reported it:

« He remains neutral in the battle between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton, but not between their campaign styles. He’ll take Mr. Sanders’s aspirational approach over Mrs. Clinton’s caution any day. »

« ‘I like the idea of saying, ‘We can do much more,’ because we can,’ Mr. Biden said in an interview… »

« ‘I don’t think any Democrat’s ever won saying, ‘We can’t think that big — we ought to really downsize here because it’s not realistic,’ he said in a mocking tone. ‘C’mon man, this is the Democratic Party! I’m not part of the party that says, ‘Well, we can’t do it.' »

I think the Vice President is exactly right. That is what this campaign is about. It’s about having the courage to face the reality of American life today. We must understand that that reality is not a pleasant one. We must have the courage to take on the special interests that are preventing us from going forward.

Thousands of people are contributing for the first time today. Add your $2.70 contribution to our campaign now and we’ll have the resources we need to take on the special interests that are holding us back.

Thank you for continuing to stand with me. We are thinking big, and that has many in the establishment scared. Let’s show them just how powerful we are.

In solidarity,

Bernie Sanders

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Bernie Sanders for President

Sisters and Brothers –

Yesterday morning on Meet the Press, Bernie Sanders acknowledged that we have a « narrow path to victory, » but that we are going to « fight through that path. »

Tomorrow five states vote. They are big ones, and Bernie is campaigning hard. Last night, 14,000 people showed up to see him in New Haven, Connecticut. Earlier in the day, 7,000 came to see him in Providence, Rhode Island.

At every event, with crowds as large and excited as at any point in this campaign, people are telling Bernie to fight. To fight for every last delegate, and for every last vote — not just because they’re needed to win, but because each one sends an unmistakable message about our country’s need for transformational change.

So Bernie is going to fight, and he needs you with him, and that’s why we have to ask:

Can Bernie count on you to contribute $2.70 to our campaign as a way of saying you are still with Bernie Sanders and believe that every vote and every delegate is an important declaration of support for the values we share?

We have another FEC fundraising deadline in just five days, and everyone will be looking to see how many people are willing to keep fighting with Bernie so that no one who works 40 hours a week lives in poverty, so health care is a right for all Americans, so kids can go to college without crushing debt, and to reclaim our democracy from the billionaire class.

Your contribution sends a message that you are with Bernie, and will never stop fighting for the values we share.

In solidarity,

Jeff Weaver
Campaign Manager
Bernie 2016

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THE MORNING AFTER, TUESDAY, 26.

 IS THERE ANY JUSTICE ON EARTH OR IS AMERICA A JUNGLE OR THE RIVER  AMAZON – THE LONGEST DANGEROUS RIVER ON EARTH – OF PIRANHA FISHES EATING IT ALL ?  – Napolitano: Hillary Facing Catastrophe Whether She Is Indicted or Not.

NOW THE DEBATE OVER JUSTICE? AND HOW TO CHEAT ELECTIONS

 – Voters testify in Arizona presidential primary challenge. Find also the debate on N.C over voters rights. New York was the Big Picture of the Arizona scenario on political desidentification and misaffiliation.

 Excerpt. « A poll worker who was on duty during Arizona’s problematic presidential primary testified Monday that the computer system checking in voters would not allow her to give the correct ballots to 36 Democratic voters »

Plus. Today is a real miracle. Yahoo is not hiding the pertinent information. Is it the Angels’ coup I spoke about yesterday ? It looks like perhaps. Tim Robbins Calls « Voter Fraud » on Bernie Sanders’ Primary Losses.

Excerpt. In a tweet on Monday, the actor singled out The New York Times and CNN with a photo of a chart comparing numbers from exit polls and actual results, suggesting that the media has skewed election results in favor of Sanders’ Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton. 

Plus. Evidence of frauds.

If, after those simple truths, you still have the breath to read something over economy, walk this second World Tour we are in with the IMF – Press Release: IMF Strengthens Capacity of South Asian Officials on Macro-Financial Linkages and Diagnostics

http://www.imf.org/external/np/sec/pr/2016/pr16185.htm

NOW TAKE A DEEP BREATH AND STORM THE POLLS THIS TUESDAY. TURN THIS DAY INTO A PURPLE RAIN. TO HONOR ANOTHER PRINCE OF A REVOLUTION.

« Today is a Great day to call for a Revolution ». (Bernie Sanders).