Monday, June 6, 2016

Hillary Clinton Rally in Fresno, CA (6/4/16)

California's primary is just three days away and on Saturday, a third presidential candidate visited the valley.

Secretary Hillary Clinton had no problem riling up her supporters, keeping her speech focused on California and its voters.

"I want California to lead the world in renewable energy," she told the crowd.

She touched on the drought and immigration.

"We will work on water and get this fixed," Clinton said. "And I will make sure that right here in Fresno and the surrounding area, where we have such productive agriculture, workers will not be rounded up and deported by Donald Trump."

She noticeably didn't mention her Democratic opponent Bernie Sanders, but made digs Donald Trump throughout the rally.

"Donald trump is not fit to be President," she said.

1 comment:

  1. bernie live, tried to shush a woman asking him about sexism, he laughed at her, called her ma'am and called on a man, but she asked anyway, and first he misrepresented the point, 'you are saying that any man who runs against a woman is sexist,' and she said a woman who is far ahead in delegates, and he said that's another question but that he denies it's sexism, (that makes him seek to delegitimize her votes based on his greaterness, he's just greater and it's a coincidence he's greater than the woman who beat him, so she obviously cheated).

    smoking sexism gun:

    '"Sanders’s campaign manager, Jeff Weaver, said on CNN’s “New Day” last month that superdelegates “don’t count until they vote, and they don’t vote until we get to the convention. … So when we arrive at the convention, it will be an open convention, likely with neither candidate having a majority of pledged delegates.”

    But Sanders struck a different tone in 2008, when he told his hometown newspaper, the Burlington Free Press in Vermont, that he planned to “play a very active role” in supporting Obama.

    “I will do everything I can to see that he is elected president,” he said at the time.

    That interview was published on June 5, 2008, two days after the last Democratic contests but two days before Clinton suspended her campaign."

    The story also noted that “Sanders said he held off supporting either of the Democrats because he has made it a custom not to support any Democrat for the presidential nomination until the party had chosen its nominee.”