Arizona: Hillary Clinton’s Election Fraud Exposed


She stole Iowa, Nevada and Massachusetts – but Arizona is Hillary Clinton’s election fraud masterpiece.

Desperate to prevent another “Michigan upset”, Hillary found an ingenious way to guarantee victory in Arizona.

The key to Clinton’s strategy in Arizona was early voting. In Arizona, around 70% of voters cast their ballot by mail. Why is this important? Because

of the 297,714 voters who have already cast their ballots—174,706 were female, 59 percent of the total early Democratic vote. The breakdown of early Democratic voters by gender and age is shown below. The early vote by women is dominated by older age groups. Voters under 30 account for only 7 percent of Democratic early voters compared to 41 percent for the over 65 crowd. The large number of women, particularly older women, who have already cast Democratic ballots, is a good sign for Hillary Clinton.

In other words, the elderly (see: Clinton supporters) make up the vast majority of early voters in Arizona.

Hillary’s plan to steal Arizona was remarkably simple: Suppress voting on election day, and rely on her large lead with early voters to secure a win.

It was a perfectly executed heist. Here’s how she did it:

  1. Drastically reduce the number of polling locations to make voting nearly impossible

For starters, polling places were almost non-existent:

As reported by The Arizona Republic’s Mary Jo Pitzl, Maricopa County reduced the number of polling places from more than the 200 available for the 2012 presidential election to…60.

Sixty? Are you kidding me.

The fact that a voter could go to any polling place didn’t matter much when the lines were so long that many people were forced to abandon the line.

I’ve heard from a number of those who stood outside and waited, and waited, and waited.

One of them, Todd Johnson wrote in part, “I was in one of those long lines — from 4 p.m. to just about 6:40.  As we stood, the line just got longer…I saw motivated voters, some with children, trying to fulfill their civic duties. The poll workers were exhausted. The line had been there since 5 in the a.m. and the line only grew in length.  My estimate is that if someone were to join before the 7 p.m. cutoff they were looking at a four-hour wait.  Call these county officials out!”


Officials apparently believed that so many of us utilize the mail-in early-voting ballots that there is less demand for in-person voting locations.


Yeah, why would at least 30% of eligible voters feel the need to vote? What is this, some sort of “democracy”?


So far, so good.

2. Declare Hillary the winner while people are still standing in line and less than 1% of the vote is counted

This is cute:

Yes, the media called the election for Clinton with less than 1% of the vote counted and thousands of people still waiting in line to cast their ballot. Even four hours after polling stations closed, hundreds of people were still waiting in line:

More than four hours after polling places closed, hundred of people were still in line to vote at the Salvation Army office on Third Avenue in downtown Phoenix.

Aracely Calderon, 56, was the last person to get in line in time to vote at the site.

She made it just seconds before a volunteer began enforcing the site’s closing shortly after 7 p.m.

When Calderon arrived, the line spanned more than 700 people and almost 4 blocks.

And it gets worse.

3. Thousands of voters say their party affiliation was altered or undocumented, preventing them from voting

Arizona has closed primaries, which means that if you aren’t registered as a Democrat, you can’t vote. As a local news report put it:

Arizona law already effectively disenfranchises 36 percent of registered voters.

These would be voters who are unaffiliated with any political party. Independent. The only way those individuals can vote in a primary is to re-register with a political party. And they have to do so 29 days before the election.

It’s ridiculous to think that 36 percent of Arizona voters — can’t vote.

But many independents did change their party affiliation, and guess what happened on election day?

Leaders from the Arizona branch of the Democratic Party have confirmed that its lawyers are officially making an inquiry after multiple Democratic voters showed up to the polls only to find that they were listed as independents, Republicans, or had no party affiliation at all.

Many voters wound up having to wait in line under the hot Arizona sun only to find that they were ineligible to vote for the candidates of their choice. To add insult to injury, the polling locations have been so poorly planned that many voters had to wait in line up to four hours before finding out that their information had been improperly filed.

And just to be clear: We’re not talking about a few isolated incidents. Every corner of the Internet is full of stories from people who tried to vote and were turned away:


And there’s plenty of video evidence as well:

I posted earlier about my being denied my legal right to vote this morning. I went to the Pima County Recorders office and video taped the whole thing. Here’s what they are doing. They are copying voter registration cards changing the date and the party preference. They can’t change the original because that goes out to the party. At first she tried to say I sent in a second voter registration card (of course I didn’t not) then she changes her story to its a computer glitch then states it’s an error.

This “error” also benefits Clinton tremendously:

People don’t fully understand just how easy it is to write a database script to modify large sets of data in a matter of seconds or less.

Search for independent voters that have recently changed to dem, randomly select a % of them to be changed to lower the delegate loss and still seem on the books so they could tout it as a resounding victory.

The most-recent official roster has 37 percent (or 1.219 million) of registered Arizona voters declared as independents; 34 percent (or 1.115 million) as Republicans; and 28 percent (or 932,722) as Democrats.

THERE ARE MORE INDEPENDENTS THAN DEMOCRATS. That scared the sh*t out of the Clinton campaign, given Sanders has trounced her with independents in every state.

We’re not done yet.

4. A purely coincidental but extremely convenient bomb threat prevented voters from seeking help

As you might expect, plenty of disenfranchised Arizona voters sought assistance from local authorities who could help them clear up problems with their voter registration. Unfortunately, bomb threats prevented many voters from getting the help they needed:

Pima County says the staff at the Recorder’s Office was allowed back into the Public Service Center, after it was evacuated at around 5:30 p.m.

According to officials, Tucson Police Department found an item in the garage of the building, located at 240 N. Stone Ave. Due to bomb threat reports received earlier in the day, TPD decided to send its bomb squad to the scene.

TPD said the suspicious item was later found to not be a threat. The staff was allowed back in the building at around 6:35 p.m.

Officials say the area is still closed off.

Pima County said an additional 15 staff members have been added to help the voter help line.

Oh, good. Right in time for the polling stations to close at 7:00 pm.

The Clinton machine really outdid itself this time. Bravo, Hillary.

Via russia-insider.com



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  2. Janet McAdams

    March 23, 2016 at 11:24 pm

    How did Hildemort do this? Don’t misunderstand me, as I would love to see her locked up for the remainder of her natural life. But how do you prove this. I read your report, but who did she use and what steps did she take (or whoever). I want it to be her fault, I really dislike her. But even though you say she did this, I still do not see proof, names, steps taken by named individuals, etc. We can speculate till the cows come home, but I want proof, empirical evidence.

    • Don Roberts

      March 23, 2016 at 11:52 pm

      I am wondering also. The vast majority of county recorders in AZ are Republicans. Why would they want to help Hill/Bill, unless they think she is the easiest to beat? Apparently, whoever did this did not mess with the Republican voter lists. It definately needs an investigation by someone.

      • Ed Foster

        March 24, 2016 at 7:43 am

        two wings of the same bird….The Establishment moving to block their mutual opponent….whats not to believe?

        • Craig

          March 24, 2016 at 11:25 am

          Exactly Ed; the SHilderbeast will loose against Drumph; but Sanders will get every in-content GOP voter as well as every independent.

        • Alice Miller

          March 25, 2016 at 1:48 am

          Where is your concrete proof?

        • Frizz

          March 26, 2016 at 2:59 pm

          If you think both parties are the same, you are a fucking twit who needs to have your oxygen rights revoked.

          • NoFrizz

            March 28, 2016 at 2:09 am

            No Frizz, YOU are the fucking twit who needs to have his oxygen right revoked – permanently. Do you seriously believe there is a difference in a republican lining his pockets and a democrat lining his pockets? In the end it’s We The People who get screwed. Face it, all of them are corrupt and none of them are there for us.

      • Anon

        March 24, 2016 at 1:04 pm

        If you look at the polls Sanders does better than Clinton vs. Trump, so that could be one reason why

      • Kay

        March 24, 2016 at 9:08 pm

        Easy. It’s because they know if Hillary gets the dem nomination, a republican will surely become president.

        • Frizz

          March 26, 2016 at 3:00 pm

          Idiot. Hillary leads in all polls (except USAToday) against all GOP candidates, and has since the beginning.

          • NoFrizz

            March 28, 2016 at 2:10 am

            Wow you are a Hillary shill aren’t you Frizzy old boy.

          • connie

            May 6, 2016 at 12:17 am

            Polls show +1.2 Hillary and Trump +12.6 Bernie and Trump so do research please

      • Nathan

        March 24, 2016 at 10:24 pm

        Because, as I have been saying since the 90’s, Bill and Hillary Clinton are conservatives, they are not liberal. Sure, the far right demonizes them but by running two separate conservative candidates, one center right and the other (which is the one you really want to win) to the extreme right, then you win no matter who gets elected. The one of the far right is so extreme, Cruz, that it makes your center right candidate seem liberal in comparison. Bernie fucked up their plan this time though, he is so liberal that he makes Hillary look like what she truly is, a conservative, and this makes Cruz and Trump look like what they truly are, FASCISTS. This isn’t a conspiracy theory, this was part of the conservative movements long term plan to take over the nation.

        • angel

          March 25, 2016 at 1:27 am

          This is a very important perspective please read,post and share. http://benjaminstudebaker.com/2016/02/05/why-bernie-vs-hillary-matters-more-than-people-think/
          This is in part because many Americans don’t really understand the history of American left wing politics and don’t think about policy issues in a holistic, structural way. So in this post, I want to really dig into what the difference is between Bernie and Hillary and why that difference is extremely important.

          We have a tendency in American politics to focus too much on individuals and personal narratives, especially in presidential campaigns. Who’s in touch with ordinary people? Who is experienced? Who is a nice person? Who connects better with different identity groups? Who would you like to have a beer with? This is in large part because many democrats like to think of Hillary and Bernie as different flavors of the same Democratic Party popcorn. Consequently they mostly just pay attention to which candidate they feel they can more readily identify with. But Sanders and Clinton represent two very different ideologies. Each of these ideologies wants control of the Democratic Party so that this party’s resources can be used to advance a different conception of what a good society looks like. This is not a matter of taste and these are not flavors of popcorn.

          What are these two groups? Bernie Sanders describes himself as a democratic socialist–he connects himself politically with Franklin Roosevelt and Lyndon Johnson, with the New Deal and the Great Society. To understand what that means, we need to know the history of this ideology. Under Calvin Coolidge’s right wing economic policy in the 1920’s, economic inequality in the United States spiked:

          The left in the 1930’s understood rising inequality as the core cause of the Great Depression. Because wealth was concentrating in the hands of the top 1%, the amount of investment steadily increased while the amount of consumption stagnated. Whenever there is too little consumption to support the level of investment in the economy, investors struggle to find profitable places to invest their money. Investment is usually a positive thing–it helps businesses increase their production and create jobs. But with consumption weak, businesses have little reason to increase their production, because no one will buy the additional goods and services provided. So instead, businesses that receive investment tend to reinvest that money rather than use it to grow. That investment circulates through the financial system and accumulates in speculative bubbles–places like the stock market, housing market, commodities market, or various foreign markets. These assets become massively overvalued until one day, the markets recognize the overvaluation. The assets collapse in value and the bubble bursts. People relying on these assets to pay off other debts get into serious trouble, and a contagion can spread throughout the economy with horrifying consequences.

          So what did the left do? As you can see in the chart, between the 1930’s and the 1970’s, the United States drastically reduced economic inequality. It redistributed wealth from the top to the middle and the bottom, resulting in consistent wage increases and consequently consistent consumption increases. This allowed investment to be put to effective use–because the bottom and the middle were rising, they were able to support the additional spending that business owners needed to successfully expand. This was accomplished through a series of policies that if they were proposed today, would strike most Americans as socialist–Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, welfare, strong union rights, high minimum wages, high marginal tax rates on the wealthy (with a 90% top rate under Eisenhower), and strong enforcement of financial regulations and anti-trust laws.

          Democratic presidential candidates that can be associated with this ideological tradition include Franklin Roosevelt, Harry Truman, Adlai Stevenson, John F. Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, Hubert Humphrey, and George McGovern. That’s it. Starting with Jimmy Carter in 1976, the Democratic Party became something different, something that was no longer ideologically continuous with this. Even the Republican Party to a large degree acknowledged the need for these policies during this period–Eisenhower and Nixon supported and even extended parts of this system that kept investment and consumption in balance.

          I’ve written about what happened in the 1970’s in detail elsewhere–the short version is that in the 70’s there were two oil shocks, in which the price of oil went up very rapidly (the OPEC embargo in the early 70’s and the Iranian Revolution at the end of the decade). Rising oil prices created stagflation, because they drastically increased the price of goods over a very short span of time. This reduced consumption, damaging economic growth, while simultaneously leading governments to increase wages in an attempt to prevent workers from rapidly losing purchasing power, creating inflation. To solve this problem, governments needed to stabilize oil prices or reduce dependency on foreign oil. They also could have allowed real wages to fall temporarily until that was accomplished (in tandem with a strong social safety net to protect those at the bottom of the wage scale).

          Instead what happened is that the right co-opted the oil crisis to claim that the entire project of balancing investment with consumption was fundamentally mistaken, that the problem was that there was not enough investment and too much consumption. The right embarks on a political platform of reducing union power, reducing the real value of the minimum wage, cutting welfare spending, reducing taxes on the wealthy, and deregulating the financial sector. Inequality, which in the US bottomed out in 1978, began rising rapidly and during the new millennium has frequently approached depression-era levels, having the same harmful effects on consumption that it had in the early 20th century and creating the same endemic risk of bubbles and financial crises.

          Many people think that it is the Republican Party alone that is responsible for this, but beginning in 1976 with Jimmy Carter, the Democratic Party was captured by this same ideology, which in academic circles is often referred to as neoliberalism. It is now largely forgotten that it was Carter, not Reagan, who began deregulating the market. Indeed, during the 1976 democratic primary, there was an ABC movement–Anybody But Carter. Democrats who remained committed to the party’s egalitarian ideology rightly feared that Carter was too right wing and would effectively strip the party of its historical commitment to the continuation and expansion of the legacy of FDR and LBJ. However, they ran too many candidates against Carter, splitting the left vote and allowing Carter to win the nomination.

          Bill Clinton took the party even further to the right. In 1992 he ran on the promise to “end welfare as we know it”, a total repudiation of the FDR/LBJ legacy. With the help of republicans, Clinton was eventually successful in drastically cutting the welfare program. Clinton also signed important deregulatory bills into law, like the Commodities Futures Modernization Act and the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act. Most economists blame one or both of these pieces of legislation with directly facilitating the housing crisis in 2008 (there is a robust debate about which one is more important, with economists like Paul Krugman leaning toward CFMA as the more important one while Robert Reich argues GLBA). Hillary Clinton supported these measures during the 1990’s and has in some cases continued to voice support for them. Bill signed all of this legislation into law. Bernie Sanders was against welfare reform and GLBA at the time (he voted for CFMA–it was snuck into an 11,000 page omnibus spending bill at the last minute).

          The 2008 primary between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama is sometimes billed as if it were a contest between two ideologies, but the most prominent difference between them was the vote on the Iraq War. On economic policy, there never was a substantive difference. The major economic legislation passed under Obama (Dodd-Frank and the Affordable Care Act) did not address the structural inequality problem that the Democratic Party of the 30’s, 40’s, 50’s, 60’s and early 70’s existed to confront.

          Wealth inequality, which decreased under FDR, Truman, JFK, and LBJ, increased under Carter, Clinton, and Obama:

          Percentage Point Change in Top 1% Income Share US Presidents

          On economic policy, contemporary establishment democrats have more in common with contemporary republicans than they do with the FDR/LBJ democrats. Carter and Clinton took the party away from economic progressives. The Democratic Party, which was once the party that saw economic inequality and poverty as the core causes of economic instability, now sees inequality and poverty as largely irrelevant. Instead of eliminating inequality and poverty to fuel the capitalist system and produce strong economic growth, establishment democrats now largely agree with establishment republicans that the problem is a lack of support for business investment.

          So Bernie Sanders is not merely running to attempt to implement a set of idealistic policies that a republican-controlled congress is likely to block. He is running to take the Democratic Party back from an establishment that ignores the fundamental systemic economic problems that lead to wage stagnation and economic crisis. Those who say that the Democratic Party cannot be reclaimed by the FDR/LBJ types or that if it is reclaimed it will flounder in elections against the GOP are thinking too small. In the 1968 and 1976 republican primaries, this guy called Ronald Reagan was running to take the Republican Party back from the Richard Nixon types who went along with the democrats on welfare and regulation in a bid to return the republicans to their 1920’s Calvin Coolidge roots. At the time, Reagan’s plan was considered madcap–everyone in the 60’s and 70’s knew that hard right Coolidge style economics leads to depression and crisis. But the stagflation in the 70’s created an opportunity for Reagan to convince republicans and eventually the country as a whole to fully embrace a totally different ideology that was much closer to Coolidge’s politics than it was Eisenhower’s or Nixon’s. In the years since 2008, many Americans, in particular young people, are willing to consider the possibility that neoliberalism–the economic ideology espoused by both the post-Reagan republicans and the post-Carter Clinton-era democrats–is fundamentally flawed and must be revised or potentially replaced entirely.

          This can only happen if democrats recognize that Bernie Sanders is not just a slightly more left-wing fellow traveler of Clinton’s. This is not a contest to see who will lead the democrats, it’s a contest to see what kind of party the democrats are going to be in the coming decades, what ideology and what interests, causes, and issues the Democratic Party will prioritize. This makes it far more important than any other recent primary election. The last time a democratic primary was this important, it was 1976. Only this time, instead of Anybody But Carter or Anybody But Clinton, the left has Bernie Sanders–one representative candidate that it is really excited about. The chance may not come again for quite some time.

          Hillary Clinton is a neoliberal building on the legacy of Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton. She doesn’t understand the pivotal role inequality plays in creating economic crisis and reducing economic growth. She has been taken in by a fundamentally right wing paradigm, and if she is elected she will continue to lead the Democratic Party down that path.

          Bernie Sanders is a democratic socialist building on the legacy of Franklin Roosevelt and Lyndon Johnson. He understands that inequality is the core structural factor in economic crisis and that growth in real wages and incomes is required for robust, sustainable economic growth.

          It doesn’t matter which one is more experienced, or which one’s policies are more likely to pass congress, or which one is more likely to win a general election, or which one is a man and which one is a woman. This is not about just this election, or just the next four years. This is about whether the Democratic Party is going to care about inequality for the next decade. We are making a historical decision between two distinct ideological paradigms, not a choice between flavors of popcorn. This is important. Choose carefully.


          This post is getting a lot of attention, which is terrific and I thank all of you who are sharing it and helping more people see it. The downside is that there are a lot of comments, and it’s overwhelmed my ability to thoughtfully reply to each one. To allow myself to get other work done, I’ve had to go cold turkey and I will no longer be writing any more comment replies for this post. In the comments I’ve seen so far, I’ve noticed some people expressing concerns about electability, and I will write a post about why non-neoliberal candidates are fundamentally more viable now than they used to be soon (this includes not only Bernie, but also Trump–Trump is a right nationalist, not a neoliberal, which is why the republican establishment hates him). If you want to be sure not to miss that post, I invite you to scroll down to the bottom of the webpage, where I have all sorts of means by which you can follow my blog (via Facebook, Twitter, or E-Mail). My thanks again to all of you who are helping to make this post so popular by sharing it on social media.

          • Theresa Verrier

            April 21, 2016 at 11:45 am

            It’s significant to point out that the DNC paid $1.25 per Independent voter to AZ’s HRC machine and didn’t let them vote.

        • Alice Miller

          March 25, 2016 at 1:57 am

          You are tossing names around with no proof. I am really surprised one of these candidates hasn’t slapped this blog with LIBEL charges. I would laugh if they did. If you have proof,cite your sources, so I can get the information. The sources must be valid sources not extreme sites that publish prejudiced rhetoric.

      • DavidA

        March 26, 2016 at 6:06 am


        IF YOU WERE GOP, would you want to run against BERNIE or SHILLARY?

        ONE has endless scandals, lies, and flip flops, while the other doesn’t.

        ONE is charming and smart, and the other is a robotic zombie for the 1%.

    • Elizabeth

      March 24, 2016 at 4:29 am

      it’s not just Arizona. Many people on r/SandersForPresident are reporting in PA and NY that their voter registration has also been changed and they had checked and ensured they were registered democrats, before the deadline. Now it says they are unaffiliated or independent. I’m sorry, but we can’t pin this one on the GOP.

      • Lamar

        March 24, 2016 at 5:17 am

        The NY deadline is March 25, so I’m not sure where you’re getting your information from.

        • Alex

          March 24, 2016 at 6:13 am

          LAMAR, you are mistaken. The deadline for new registrations is March 25th the deadline to change party affiliation was 6 months ago. I know, I checked my registration today online and by calling my board of elections here in NY and guess what? They say I missed the deadline. I did not miss the deadline. It also looks like I am currently a Republican. No matter, I will continue to work for the cause and make up my vote in other ways, but there is something seriously afoot.

          • Phil

            March 24, 2016 at 7:51 am

            Did you ever register as a Republican? If you did not, I’d try to investigate that a bit further!

          • NH

            March 24, 2016 at 8:29 pm

            You have standing. Find a good lawyer. Do you have proof that you changed your affiliation? Voter registration card? Confirmation email? Make noise.

          • Roz

            March 24, 2016 at 8:51 pm

            This is all fabrication and lies. Karl Rives big campaign to make Hillary look bad. Don’t drink their Kool aid is poisonous and wrong.

        • dia

          March 25, 2016 at 7:13 am

          on facebook….with all the fraud happening people are double checking their registrations and finding they have been changed back to independent or to another party or no affiliation…when they have found they have been switched in the system they are reporting on social media..people who are not diligently double checking this are going to run into the same fraud as Arizona….only democrats had this problem in arizona and it mostly affected independents who switched to democrat.

          • Eve

            March 26, 2016 at 4:54 pm

            When they checked the DMV where they had to change their voter registration, there was a line that asked their Party preference and most left it blank. It appears that some assumed that since it showed them as Republicans or Independents that it would be automatically change to Democrat, when it was scanned since that was the only other Party that could vote in the Primary. If the line was blank, when the change form was scanned into the system it automatically left them re-registered with the same Party or changed them to the next Party in line, that is how the automatic computer system works. For Independents the next inline is Republicans. Some of them were changed to Democrats and they were the ones that wrote Democrats on the Party Preference line. Nobody could do what this idiot that wrote the article or what some of you are suggesting or stating. If anyone is to blame it is those that filled out everything on the form but the PARTY PREFERENCE line to show what Party they were changing to!

      • Julianne Grill

        March 24, 2016 at 8:08 pm

        why not, exactly? what motivation would the D party have to change voter affiliations?

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          March 24, 2016 at 8:34 pm

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        • Douglas Ray

          March 24, 2016 at 9:57 pm

          to stop new voters and crossover voters from having a voice. The establishment wants to stifle our efforts to make real change. Shillary is the best way for them to keep the status quo that is working for them but not for the rest of us. Hillary just means more of the same. The only real change will come from Trump or Bernie. Trump will change us to the 1985 when Biff Tannen was rich (back to the future) and Bernie will create change by cutting the legs out from under the loopholes the rich have been using to not pay taxes. #StillBernie

        • dia

          March 25, 2016 at 7:16 am

          most all of the fraud happened with people who were independents who switched to democrat….some lifelong democrats were switched also….I have not heard of 1 hillary supporter who has reported a problem, but I have heard of hundreds of bernie supporters who reported this…coincidence? I don’t think so.

          • Eve

            March 26, 2016 at 5:26 pm

            I hate to say this, but there is NOT a State that Sanders has lost, that they have not called foul on or claimed Voter Fraud. Let’s look at the other side and the FACTS: (1) Hillary Clinton has not one time asked for a re-count, (2) Sanders has, (3) she has not claimed Voter Fraud in any State she has lost to Sanders, re: Michigan, (4) Sanders has in everyone he lost,(5) nor has she made any comment or statement regarding the ACTUAL VOTER FRAUD IN NEW HAMPSHIRE BY THE SANDERS CAMPAIGN and it remains under investigation today, (6) nor has she BUSED in people to vote from AREAS that should not be voting in those States/Caucuses, (7) she has not STOLEN Sanders voter data, (8) Sanders has and (9) then SUED the DNC because he was caught and was punished until he provided the information that he didn’t save or use her information, but lied when he said he didn’t use it, (10) she has NOT claimed endorsements she didn’t have or that belonged to Sanders, (11) Sanders has, (12) she has not been caught fraudulently posing as a Union member to gain access to employee lunch rooms to solicit votes, (13) Sanders has, (14) nor has she held a class on how to fraudulent Caucus, (15) Sanders has and the DNC and Clinton campaign have the video to PROVE it, (16) yet Hillary has not said a single word about it, (17) but Sanders would have been shouting it every hour of everyday if it was her video, etc., etc., etc. I don’t want to be a spoiler to anyone, but those are TRUE FACTS and the difference in the two campaigns. Frankly I am tired of hearing Sanders and his campaign whine about everything and act like two year olds having a temper tantrum and accusing Hillary, her campaign , the DNC and the people that support her of all the things that they are GUILTY of. As of 2 days ago Sanders lost my support and donations with this latest ridiculous charge against Hillary and Arizona! I will more than likely be voting for Hillary when it’s my time to vote and will vote for her again in November if she is the nominee. If by some miracle Sanders gets it, I will be enjoying a relaxing day at home, instead of at the Polls or voting.

          • NoFrizz

            March 28, 2016 at 2:17 am

            Eve – 1-7. She has not had to ask for a recount because no matter which of them won she would still get the superdelegates thanks to the easily corruptible system the DNC has in place. A system that Debbie Wasseman-Shultz is doing her best to manipulate for Hillary. 8. There is no proof SANDERS authorized his campaign employee to look at Hillary’s data and IIRC he was fired. 9. It was not proven he lied about using her information. 11 Again, no proof. 13 No proof. 14. She does not need to – see above. 15. Link it. 16. again see above under 1-7. Your “facts” are not true. Hillary is a known lair and apparently so are her supporters.

        • merritt

          March 25, 2016 at 9:13 am

          Because 80% of independents vote for Bernie and only registered Democrats can vote in the Democratic primary

      • Lori

        March 25, 2016 at 8:14 am


        This is a link to check your status in NY please do before the primary

    • Lavonn Ambrecht

      March 24, 2016 at 8:36 am

      That ladies is the way the Hill rolls. She is good at it too. The effect of having the stage to make any victory speech increases her chances people won’t notice or remember if she loses later.She is wicked smart; she is a lawyer with all of the knowledge and tools she needs. She has had over three decades to perfect her plausible deniability. And evidence disappearing skills.

    • Phoenix

      March 24, 2016 at 1:57 pm

      She didn’t. This is the responsibility of the Secretary of the State of Arizona (a Republican) who is operating with funding set forth by the state legislature (Republican) as authorized by the Supreme Court’s gutting of the Voting Rights Act (5-4 decided by conservatives). Hillary and even Debbie Wasserman Schultz have absolutely nothing to do with this. At all. Full stop.

      • Nick

        March 24, 2016 at 2:18 pm

        Bernie is a real threat to the establishment, where as Hillary is not. Bernie polls consistently better against every Republican candidate, and Hillary is a Republican on economic & foreign policy. So it was clearly in Hillary’s & the Republicans best interest to do this. And when “accidents” keep clearly benefiting Hillary… Coincidence? Only the blind would believe that.

        • Andy

          March 25, 2016 at 4:19 am

          zero evidence. the suggestion that hillary and the republicans are in cahoots is batshit crazy. if they WERE in cahoots they’d be focused on trump and not wasting their time putting the final nail in the coffin of bernie sanders (whose chances were found dead in a ditch outside charleston)

          if there’s one thing hillary’s not, it’s stupid. she’s not gonna waste the credibility of her inevitable nomination on this shit

          • Frizz

            March 26, 2016 at 3:03 pm


      • David

        March 24, 2016 at 5:49 pm

        Then kindly explain why Hillary Clinton, the DNC, and the establishment media are not shouting from the rooftops about this “Republican instigated” election fiasco? Why doesn’t it bother them that Democratic voters were treated this way?

        • LB

          March 24, 2016 at 6:19 pm

          Because it wasn’t “Republican instigated.” The fraud benefits Hillary and she, the DNC and the media are all in bed together.

      • David

        March 24, 2016 at 8:58 pm

        Maybe, but the establishment parties as a whole knew of these factors ahead of time, and have perhaps had the larger part of this setup before in case of something like this. Minor tweaks from the higher ups would be all that was needed in that case. If so, the blame is still there, just for a different reason and at a different person, for allowing the flawed system to remain that way for an extended period of time.

      • Michael

        March 26, 2016 at 12:47 am

        Are you that retarded or just mildy stupid? The bitch has money lol she controls everything don’t be such a fucking push over. It;s like a crime boss commanding hits from prison while the others do his dirty work for money.

    • Susan Jacobson

      March 24, 2016 at 6:57 pm

      It says in the comments from individuals! “People don’t fully understand just how easy it is to write a database script to modify large sets of data in a matter of seconds or less.

      Search for independent voters that have recently changed to dem, randomly select a % of them to be changed to lower the delegate loss and still seem on the books so they could tout it as a resounding victory.

      The most-recent official roster has 37 percent (or 1.219 million) of registered Arizona voters declared as independents; 34 percent (or 1.115 million) as Republicans; and 28 percent (or 932,722) as Democrats.

      THERE ARE MORE INDEPENDENTS THAN DEMOCRATS. That scared the sh*t out of the Clinton campaign, given Sanders has trounced her with independents in every state.”

    • Diane Friedman

      March 24, 2016 at 7:24 pm

      In my opinion, Hillary or Debbie Wasserman Schultz of the DNC, must have made an offer that could not be refused to someone to have IT alter computerized voter databases. A computer could NOT do this on it’s own without human tampering. Be assured, Hillary would make sure she will never be one to get her hands dirty. Only one logical section of people would benefit from this election fraud: Hillary, her campaign, the DNC, and those to whom she made promises should she become nominee/president.

      • Alice Miller

        March 25, 2016 at 1:47 am

        You are assuming but not producing one iota of evidence. Just saying it is so doesn’t make it so. Where is your proof. I have never heard so much poppycock in my life. Drama be gone.

        • Spencer

          March 25, 2016 at 3:34 am

          Helen Purcell, wife of Joe Purcell- who was the Lieutenant Governor of Arkansas and succeeded by Bill CLINTON. She runs the Recorders Office in Maricopa County and thus in charge of polling. Coincidence?

        • Wyldesage

          March 25, 2016 at 9:15 am

          You don’t need proof to demand an investigation be launched, moron. The point of the investigation is to find the proof. There are too many suspicious factors for it not to be investigated.

        • NoFrizz

          March 28, 2016 at 2:22 am

          Alice Miller – You say there is not 1 iota of evidence and thus far that is true it’s speculation hence the usage of “In my opinion” by the OP. The fact that this happened is enough for an investigation into how and why it happened. As Hillary is a known and proven liar. The DNC and Debbie Wasserman-Shultz are firmly in the Clinton campaign’s pocket as is the majority of the left leaning media I suspect that the DNC and Hillary’s campaign if not DWS and HRC themselves are involved in some way, shape, or form.

    • Julie

      March 24, 2016 at 9:00 pm

      Really people,the state of Arizona is responsible for their elections,not any candidate. This is a load of crap your selling,to stir up trouble. Totally unacceptable.

      • Kathleen Montes

        March 24, 2016 at 11:08 pm

        The exact same thing is happening to NY State voters.. right now… as we speak… This is a national problem. Not just an AZ problem. Which makes the entire Primary Election results a Fraud.

        So we have computer programs changing voters party affiliation and disqualifying their votes?

        I’m one of these people. For over 20 years I’ve been a registered Dem in AZ and I ended up (after waiting in line for nearly 3hours) as being registered as someone with “no party” affiliation. Meaning my vote will not count even though a provincial ballot was filled out in my name. AZ being a closed Primary.. that is… It’s intentional voter suppression.

        Maybe it has something to do with my last name? I don’t know… but I’m sure we will figure it out… before the GE

    • Fredied Skangus

      March 24, 2016 at 11:56 pm

      Total B.S.! No proof. Not possible. Scared of Hillary? Too bad, she WILL be the next president….FOR 8 YEARS. HA!

    • Alice Miller

      March 25, 2016 at 1:42 am

      I agree with this statement. Where is the proof?

    • Spencer

      March 25, 2016 at 3:31 am

      Helen Purcell, wife of Joe Purcell- who was the Lieutenant Governor of Arkansas and succeeded by Bill CLINTON. She runs the Recorders Office in Maricopa County and thus in charge of polling. Coincidence?

    • EMH

      March 25, 2016 at 4:36 am

      Helen Purcell who was in charge of cutting polling places is the widow of Joe Purcell, who served as Lt. Governor underneath Bill Clinton in Arkansas. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joe_Purcell

    • Ben K.

      March 25, 2016 at 5:44 am

      Your missing the point; Hillary didn’t do this; the state of Arizona did this because the Arizona Democratic Party is pro-Hillary.

      • Jay

        March 25, 2016 at 7:43 pm

        This is the responsibility of the Secretary of the State of Arizona (a Republican) who is operating with funding set forth by the state legislature (Republican) as authorized by the Supreme Court’s gutting of the Voting Rights Act (5-4 decided by conservatives). Hillary and even Debbie Wasserman Schultz have absolutely nothing to do with this. At all. Full stop.

    • Wyldesage

      March 25, 2016 at 9:19 am

      Well, obtaining the information on Bernie voters would be easy enough. The DNC has access to his files, and the head of the DNC, Debbie Wasserman Shultz, is both Hillary’s former campaign manager AND is also directly blood related to many of the higher ups at NPG-Van, the company that handles the candidates voter information and the party’s cybersecurity. That would give the party knowledge of which voters affiliation to change. After that, it’s simply a matter of hacking into the county voter registry… and the county is now blaming “computer error” for some of the altered registrations.

    • Sam

      March 25, 2016 at 1:13 pm

      But what you really need to ask yourself is this- are Bernie Sanders supporters such bums that they can’t mail in the ballot as well? I mean really, why didn’t they mail it in like Hillary supporters? Why would there be such a discrepancy between Hillary mail-ins versus Bernie mail-ins?

      • David

        March 25, 2016 at 6:01 pm

        You’re an idiot.

      • Suzanne Mitchell

        March 25, 2016 at 6:52 pm

        Are you kidding–people who don’t mail-in vote (Sanders’ supporters or all in person voters?) are bums?? Perhaps they didn’t know they would be in 4 hr. waiting lines at the polls. Arizona closed 140 polling places (out of 200)–that’s pretty extreme–it’s hard not to see examples of voter suppression. Wonder when those people that had issues with their registration would have been notified if they had not gone in person. Still no evidence that Hillary had anything to do with it……………

    • Mathias

      March 25, 2016 at 3:22 pm

      For one, Helen Purcell who controlled the Maricopa County cluster fuck is the widow of the late lieutenant governor who served under Bill Clinton as governor of Arkansas. Another thing, Arizona is one of the states lifted from those pesky voter rights laws that were repealed by the Supreme Court. So they were able to have a bonanza of voter fucking this time around with literally no federal oversight. It may be difficult to tie this back directly to Hillary, but the circumstances seem awful fishy. Especially by how wide a margin he won by in Utah, just adjacent to the north.

    • Howard millman

      March 25, 2016 at 11:06 pm

      Are you people really that stupid ? How could HRC “reduce” the number of polling places in Arizona ? SHE CAN’T ! It’s a state controlled by teabaggers who hate HRC so why would they want her to win the primary ? If anything, they would want Bernie to win because they are scared shitless of HRC ! You people are so gullible, even more so that the teabaggers !

    • Michael

      March 26, 2016 at 12:44 am

      Proof? Open your fucking eyes nimrod you are being fucked in the ass without even knowing it.

    • Velma

      March 26, 2016 at 5:45 pm

      Magic wand, Janet. Magic Wand. There is no other way she could have done it. This is just a return to the era of blocking the vote for ethnic minorities in Arizona. Maricopa County is run by Republicans and is the most ethnically diverse county in Arizona. The county’s Registrar is a REPUBLICAN, not a Clinton Democrat. Why are all these people buying into the “Blame Hillary” game that the right wing is feeding them? Do they REALLY want Donald Trump as president?

    • James Provost

      March 28, 2016 at 9:31 pm

      It’s the DNC. They are rotten to the core. The whole bunch of scumbags need to be locked up.

    • joe smith

      March 30, 2016 at 12:20 am

      She didn’t do it. All of this is on the Arizona state government. They’re the only ones with the authority to open, or shut down, polling places.

    • John

      April 2, 2016 at 11:51 am

      Exactly. This article is BS. Supposedly, Hillary — whom the Republicans hate with the white-hot intensity of a thousand suns — got the Pubs to reduce the number of polling stations, especially in diverse, mostly Latino neighborhoods where she polled higher than Sanders, so that Hillary could win the primary. And there is not one shred of evidence. Sheer conjecture.

      She polled 30 points higher and won by 20, and she got the Pubs to help her steal the election. Sheer, utter brilliance.

    • Jane S

      April 3, 2016 at 1:00 am

      Common sense is Arizona it’s own lawmakers and people to carry out elections. Hillary is not part of Arizona’s administration or any of its law-making branches. Hillary doesn’t run the election. She has no say at all in Arizona election laws or any other state’s election laws. Problems resulted because of voter suppression and errors by whoever is running the election process. She was not the person projecting who would win, that job goes with the election process, not with any candidates.

    • Birdie Pierce

      April 4, 2016 at 5:29 pm

      She has a way of “can’t prove it”. Even though it is very obvious. After so many years of scandals she has mastered the art of cheating. Even though they won’t be able to find a connection, if they can just get a re-vote she will probably lose it to Sanders and at least there will be some justice.

    • JFW

      April 5, 2016 at 2:05 pm

      She didn’t. Sanders’ supporters weren’t the only ones affected by this, Hillary supporters faced the same issues. But hey, this is the Internet. Make up bullshit headlines, spin the story, viola, the masses have consumed the Kool-Aide.

  3. Jamie

    March 23, 2016 at 11:26 pm

    Now how do we DO something about it?!

  4. Jackie

    March 24, 2016 at 12:04 am

    Apparently, the Bernie Sanders’ campaign in AZ suspected over the weekend that their voter database was hacked, so they went to all paper in the days leading up to the primary. Curious isn’t it that it was only Democrats who had issues with their party affiliates being changed. I still have yet to see a Republican complain that their party was mysteriously changed. It would be easy for someone to get the voter information from the Sanders campaign, and then go into the AZ voter system and mess with all of the party affiliate data. Am I right, Anonymous? 🙂 That coupled with the bomb threats and the lack of polls makes this seem like Clinton and the DNC are going to do anything to stop Sanders.

    • Daena

      March 24, 2016 at 8:49 pm

      Um…no… In our local AZ paper, there were Republican voters whose affiliations were changed as well. I’ve lived in AZ for almost 50 years and this is nothing new. We are Republican owned and ran pretty much. They keep changing the district lines as well, gerrymandering, and now they are trying to undo voter initiated laws as well. Believe me, Clinton/DNC had nothing to do with this, it’s all the Republicans doing if anyone is to blame.

      • JFW

        April 5, 2016 at 2:11 pm

        Deana, AZ native here and I couldn’t agree with you more. Good luck trying to tell Sanders’ supporters this. They live in their own made up, make believe world. They make the GOP look sane. I’m not referring to Sanders, he’s legit, but many of his supporters are more than a bit out of touch with reality.

  5. Alexander Elder

    March 24, 2016 at 12:25 am

    oh will you guys just hack and release the Goldman Sachs speeches already

  6. Marsha

    March 24, 2016 at 1:06 am

    Anonymous, can you right this wrong?

  7. Steve

    March 24, 2016 at 1:13 am

    I think there’s simple means of dismantling the system that rules our politicians.
    The problem is how to tell others without tipping off that system.

  8. Sean C Payne

    March 24, 2016 at 2:24 am

    Why is the government even involved in this? It is a party primary. The party should be running their own elections on their own dime. Whether it is Democrats, Republicans, or , picking a candidate for a party should not involve the government or our tax dollars.

    • klowden

      March 24, 2016 at 3:08 am

      and ‘who’ would ‘primarily’ benefit the democratic party the most (as president) ? you make it all so simple Sean.

    • Bill Bergmann

      March 24, 2016 at 12:56 pm

      If the parties took that much control, Hillary would already be nominated.

  9. Scott Way

    March 24, 2016 at 3:10 am

    Simply no credibility on this “news” site. This is their disclaimer, found at the bottom of each story…

    The information contained in this website is for general information purposes only. The information is provided by anonews.co and while we endeavor to keep the information up to date and correct, we make no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness, accuracy, reliability, suitability or availability with respect to the website or the information, products, services, or related graphics contained on the website for any purpose. Any reliance you place on such information is therefore strictly at your own risk.

    • Lisa Lightning

      March 24, 2016 at 6:14 am

      What in the article are you disputing?? It all happened. Hard to prove who exactly caused what, but the entire democratic establishment, plus the entire establishment period, is on Hillary’s side (her biggest contributors being the big media outlets).

  10. Michael Slemmons

    March 24, 2016 at 3:27 am

    We need to take a more active roll in this Democratic process.. This is a freedom of speech issue Anon, isn’t that our main fight.

  11. Nashalla Nyinda

    March 24, 2016 at 3:48 am

    Go get them – all of them – expose it and let’s send whomever is responsible for this shit show to jail.
    Then let the American people elect the first 100% really not for sale politician who’s been really behind our back because we deserve to vote AND have our vote count.
    Thank you anonymous.

  12. Cynthia

    March 24, 2016 at 3:56 am

    Post after post after post after post about this on social media. 75,000 signatures on the petition to the White House to investigate in less than 24 hours. However, not a single national new station has given this story any air time; at all. No comment from our President, any of the candidates, nothing. We the people of the United States no longer have a voice, nor do we live in a democracy.

    • Bryan

      March 24, 2016 at 4:11 am

      Bernie has mentioned it calling it a disgrace and undemocratic.

    • Danielle

      March 24, 2016 at 5:19 am

      Let’s start posting it on Obama’s (The White House) Facebook page. Call him out for being complicit in this!

    • Lisa Lightning

      March 24, 2016 at 6:18 am

      Yeah, I thought Hillary could redeem herself if she herself called out the primary as being a sham. But nope!! And none of the major media either, just a couple Arizona papers. And most of them blame the “Independents” as being too stupid to not know they couldn’t vote, instead of reporting how many people had their registration switched!

    • Real Journalist

      March 25, 2016 at 8:44 pm

      The reason there’s no air time on national news is because this is a FAKE story written by an anonymous source.

  13. AnonTroll

    March 24, 2016 at 4:23 am

    The Hildebeast must be stopped. Expect us.

  14. E bennett

    March 24, 2016 at 6:23 am

    What about Missouri? Bernie was the winner when we went to bed then we woke up and Hillary was the winner. It was close and I read that Bernie wouldn’t demand a recount because it would cost Missouri too much money.

    • PMyers

      March 24, 2016 at 6:35 pm

      I stayed up and watched. It flipped at the last minute. It was really weird and I haven’t heard one word about it.

  15. marvin miller

    March 24, 2016 at 6:24 am

    looks like they are fixing every state here on out every person out there who hasn’t voted yet need to check that your registered regardless weather you been democrat for years. if you are on the DNC computer that brought the firewall down as a Bernie supporter you probably been deleted or turned republican.

  16. funnyguy

    March 24, 2016 at 6:53 am

    Where’s the evidence that Hillary/s campaign actually executed this plan?

    • Mike

      March 24, 2016 at 8:35 am

      Well for one thing I have yet to hear any complaints from Clinton supporters . Oh yes I’ve heard the “sore loser” and “sour grapes” but not one “me too”. Sanders data base is on the DNC’s server and they have obviously shown the willingness to drop the firewall . The entire Sanders campaign is infested with Clinton plants Aisha Dew , Robert Dempsy ,Patsy Keever.

  17. Toby

    March 24, 2016 at 7:09 am

    very high number of citizens are reporting the same problem of being unregistered in NY and PA:

  18. Carl Potter

    March 24, 2016 at 8:11 am

    How pathetic is it when you have to explain away every Bernie loss as some kind of conspiracy? It’s truly, absolutely, pathetic.

    • Rowan Lustig

      March 24, 2016 at 8:16 am

      what is pathetic is ignoring evidence for assumption.

  19. Rowan Lustig

    March 24, 2016 at 8:15 am

    And I assume, by Bravo Hilary, you mean, you should be ashamed of yourself and I am going to use every single ounce of influence and power me and my network have to ensure that she is taken to task, there is a re-vote and the U.S.A. does not let its democracy die without a fight.

    • Phoenix

      March 24, 2016 at 2:00 pm

      You have no evidence. Because neither Hillary nor the DNC are responsible for the number of precincts, the voter registration rolls, or whether there are enough ballots. That’s controlled entirely at the state level by the Secretary of State of Arizona (a Republican). You’re an idiot for jumping to conclusions when it’s clear you have no clue how the electoral process in this country works.

      • David

        March 25, 2016 at 6:04 pm

        You’re an idiot.

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  21. Tayrn Goodman

    March 24, 2016 at 12:33 pm

    There is no prof that hillary or anyone in her camp had anything at all to do with this. This is shitty, yellow journalism at its worst.

    • Phoenix

      March 24, 2016 at 2:00 pm


  22. Mary

    March 24, 2016 at 12:44 pm

    Wow. If Hilary could pull all that off she would probably make a great president just sayin

  23. MS

    March 24, 2016 at 1:02 pm

    This post was written by someone who apparently doesn’t know how elections are conducted. Hillary is not a sitting official. Clinton is not in charge of how many polling stations are available to voters. Arizona is a primarily Republican state. Its Secretary of State –the person in charge of such decisions–is Republican. If people found out they are not on the voting rolls, and removing people from the rolls had been done by the state gov’t intentionally, that would have been to suppress the Democratic vote in general, not Sanders voters. Republicans in the past have purged voting rolls before elections to eliminate eligible Democrats so Republicans can win. If you want a clean election, stop voting Republicans into office.

  24. RKH

    March 24, 2016 at 1:39 pm

    Hillary may not be in charge of the election but this affected mostly independents turned democrats. Everyone knows who the independents are showing up for. Considering that, and that this clusterfuck of an election all started with problems in Iowa,It’s not hard to see at which person the needle points.

  25. Andrew

    March 24, 2016 at 2:01 pm

    Hmmm…still not seeing the evidence that directly links HRC to voter suppression in AZ. Definitely see the link to the AZ state and local Republican officials, but not directly to Hillary for American or HRC. Did she benefit from the suppressive efforts? Absolutely! Did she tell them to do this? I see no evidence.

  26. Dennis Sullivan

    March 24, 2016 at 2:44 pm

    Anonymous, Can you do something with info that will actually frame Hillary? Posting this is great but it’s not going to do shit unless you guys bring this to the mainstream.

    • Caree

      March 24, 2016 at 4:05 pm

      That will “frame” her?
      You know, that implies manufacturing “evidence”.
      It’s a crime.
      This is all lies and creepy Reich wingnut garbage.

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  28. Caree

    March 24, 2016 at 4:02 pm

    This is simply, balderdash!
    Why don’t you try dealing with reality?
    Tempted to never read the crap from this group again.
    This just didn’t happen.
    You shouldn’t start Reich wingnut rumors like this.

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  30. Junelake

    March 24, 2016 at 5:11 pm

    I live in a corrupt State, AZ. What I find funny is while all this attention about AZ is going on Bernie trashed Hillary in Idaho and Utah by a huge margin. Were all their eggs in one basket to score a win in AZ?

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  32. Ed

    March 24, 2016 at 6:05 pm

    Oh, for pete’s sake. Why would Republican officials want to help Hillary, when (rightly or wrongly) they think Bernie would be easier to beat? And if they did want to help Hillary, why would they suppress the vote in lower-income and Latino communities that were polling in Hillary’s favor? This conspiracy theory defies common sense.

  33. Jud hopkins

    March 24, 2016 at 6:38 pm

    I have heard that when the DNC firewall came down, the HRC campaign obtained B’s supporters and changed their affiliation. Makes sense to me – she’ll do anything – legal or not – to be the first female POTUS! We all need to check our voter registrations and complain to both the POTUS and the UN or our democracy is lost!

  34. Susan Jacobson

    March 24, 2016 at 7:03 pm

    The real way to fix this as I see it is either 1- Allow all who were turned away to come in and vote which could get extremely complicated. 2- Redo the entire primary voting, this time online, this way it would not matter how many polling places are open. Do this over the period of 2 days, the first day last names A-L second day M-Z. They have to so something about this, this was not a few isolated issues, people were denied their rights to vote, that is unacceptable.

  35. ghhshirley

    March 24, 2016 at 7:24 pm

    This article is a complete lie. Here is the truth, please take the time to read it and be informed. This was the work of Republicans.

    Meet The Tea Party Republican Behind Arizona’s Colossal Voting Clusterf**k

  36. David

    March 24, 2016 at 7:24 pm

    demand a redo ppl this is how they always cheat and get away with it…

  37. Julianne Grill

    March 24, 2016 at 8:16 pm

    There’s plenty of shit here to go around but it wasn’t Hillary’s decision to close 70% of the polling places. That can be laid right at the feet of the Republicans of AZ. Every vote needs to be counted but calling the winner with a tiny percentage in is what the media does. If it is not true once all the votes are in, then it will be recanted. I just dont see the burden of proof that this was engineered by HRC. I see a lot of anecdotes about a shitty voting situation that ended up favoring her, but I dont see proof that she, her campaign or the DNC actually engineered this. Find it, Anonymous.

    • NH

      March 24, 2016 at 8:35 pm

      If HRC wants us to believe that she/her campaign/the DNC did not orchestrate this. SHE, and only SHE can set it right. I haven’t heard a peep from Her Majesty since all this was revealed. She is involved. Don’t kid yourself. She and a lot of others who are scared out of their wits that their cushy, blood-sucking hold on the rest of us will be loosened. She needs to stand up NOW and DEMAND a remedy for AZ, NY, PA, IL, MO, NC and any other state that her entourage has tampered with.

  38. Christopher James

    March 24, 2016 at 8:31 pm

    We need more dots connected. How did she or her reps involve themselves in the process of reducing polling locations? Clearly it helped her, but actual evidence of involvement would be hugely important here.

  39. Richard Gustis

    March 24, 2016 at 8:44 pm

    Voter Suppression & fraud is usually a tactic used by the Republicans because their ideals are for the top 1%, whereas Democrats are for the middle class (99%).
    The only way for the Republicans to get into office is to get a majority (some of the 99%) of the votes, & the only way they can accomplish that is to suppress the Democrat vote; as well as spin & spew propaganda to persuade the 99% to their side! When is everyone going to realize that it’s the Republican establishment that is screwing us over, not the Democrat establishment!

  40. Ian

    March 24, 2016 at 8:45 pm

    I feel the Bern, but Hillary had nothing to do with the reduction of polling places. That was accomplished by the State Republicans a number of years ago as a way of restricting voting access by low income and non-white voters. Please get your facts straight.

  41. David

    March 24, 2016 at 9:03 pm

    After reading some of these comments I.m surprised there is not a shortage on tin foil.

  42. Donna

    March 24, 2016 at 10:31 pm

    Arizona voters were told that unless they were registered Republicans, Democrats or Green Party members they would have to file a so-called “provisional ballot” which would not be counted. They were told this because apparently it is illegal to deny them the right to vote. If that is so, how is it legal to deny them the right to have their vote counted?

  43. Keith

    March 24, 2016 at 10:44 pm

    So you’re saying that her election fraud strategy was to have a significantly higher number of people vote for her instead of her opponent? The nerve of some people!

  44. Queries

    March 25, 2016 at 12:10 am

    Sounds like the makings of a disparate impact suit…

  45. Nora Miller

    March 25, 2016 at 1:11 am

    Please don’t keep equating “elderly” with Hillary supporters! It may seem like that from her campaign propaganda, but it’s just Not True. I am 66 and I have been for Bernie from the day he declared. Many of my friends are my age or 10 to 20 years older, and many many of these friends are also for Bernie. You’ve got to remember that many of us were right there on the same picket lines and at the same protests that Bernie attended in the 60s, and I don’t recall ever seeing or hearing about Hillary in those days. We may not be the majority of our generation, but we prefer not to be lumped with those who would vote for Hillary. Thank you for adjusting your thinking on this!

    • Bp

      March 25, 2016 at 3:25 am

      I’m with you on that. My husband and I are in our 60’s and we, and most of our family and friends (of all ages), are Bernie supporters.

  46. Alice Miller

    March 25, 2016 at 1:41 am

    I am really amazed at how much whining is going on. And why is it Election fraud if your voters have the common sense to go vote early? I am really tired of hearing “free” “free” “free.” Nothing is freaking free. Somebody pays for it. The American economy already has as much democratic socialism as we can stand.

    • Michael

      March 26, 2016 at 12:43 am

      You’re a fucking moron

  47. Chelsea Williams

    March 25, 2016 at 2:14 am

    Correlation does not equal causation. If there is no actual evidence, there is nothing being exposed.

  48. Several

    March 25, 2016 at 2:39 am

    Ummm, no. This was the fault of a Tea Party moron, nothing to do with any Dems. http://goo.gl/iz7Vgn

  49. Danielle

    March 25, 2016 at 4:11 am

    Anonymous-WE NEED YOU RIGHT NOW. Please make another video about Hillary. The videos are powerful…they are easy to follow for the dimwits who do not have the attention span to read an article. The Anonymous community has a voice and we need your help. The Clintons need to be stopped. Please help! Again….we need you!!!

  50. Jennifer

    March 25, 2016 at 11:47 am

    The DNC has lost me. I am officially changing my party affiliation to independent. We need to trash the two party system. It’s not set up to support and inform voters, it’s set up for leaders of the party to control votes. Enough! Ps, this is a speculative article.. when your talking conspiracy, there is very little evidence to support the theory no matter how obvious the facts are. (Especially when dealing with the government/ big brother) please don’t claim you need to see it to believe it. There is a lot going on that we can’t see, like GRAVITY. It exists, it’s real, but you can’t see it. Think about that before you go full-skeptic.

  51. Kathy

    March 25, 2016 at 12:06 pm

    Helen Purcell was married to Joe Purcell. He was LT Gov of AK in the late 70s while Billy Boy was Gov. Isn’t it crazy she managed to disenfranchise 4 million voters when Clinton needed her most?

  52. Arturo Beeche

    March 25, 2016 at 2:22 pm

    Is this yet another Berniephiliac conspiracy?

    You people are worst than the GOP!

  53. Carissa

    March 25, 2016 at 3:44 pm


  54. Gillian Gahagan

    March 25, 2016 at 4:15 pm

    As much as I would like this to be all Hilary’s fault, she and the DNC are not to blame for the lack of Polling stations. The decision to limit polling stations belongs to the Republican County Recorder, Helen Purcell. This has all the earmarks of classic Republican voter suppression. Did Hillary capitalize upon it, or did her campaign take it a step further with potentially hacking into the Sander’s database and kicking voters off the roles? Damned if it ain’t a pretty good possibility.
    I realize that AnonNews has a pretty firm point of view, but it shouldn’t blind you to reporting accurately on the matter, and providing sources for your claims. Otherwise, this is just an editorial hit piece–not journalism. I think HRC has plenty of shady dealings to report without having to resort to complete hearsay.

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  56. Ben Jammin

    March 25, 2016 at 6:39 pm

    In Boise I had the pleasure of attending the largest caucus EVER in our country with some 10,000 jubilant Dems waiting in mile long lines to get into the convention center. The whole thing was run by Dem VOLUNTEERS who did a great job managing the people. The line was so long people were emailed and people were sent through the line pleading people not to leave – that they would be heard. Bernie won 79% of our vote.

    What happened in Arizona, while awful, was likely no more than an overwhelming turnout handled poorly by understaffed volunteers. I’m getting sick and tired of the anti-Hillary crap. It’s disgusting and makes me want to vomit knowing that otherwise sane and smart people are just as easily duped into falsehoods and hate as the Teahadists on the other side…

  57. Danielle

    March 25, 2016 at 7:18 pm

    This is totally irresponsible “reporting”. It is a well-know Republican strategy to suppress the votes. The votes that were suppressed tend to favor Hillary Clinton (non-white). There is no problem with asking people to vote early to avoid situations like this one. That is intelligent — not corrupt. And- by the way- she won by almost the exact spread in polls running up to the election. You should be completely ashamed of yourself!

  58. Jay

    March 25, 2016 at 7:48 pm

    This is the responsibility of the Secretary of the State of Arizona (a Republican) Just stop with the nonesense.

  59. Sherrye Weinstein

    March 25, 2016 at 8:39 pm

    First of all, lots of states require preregistration for the party of your candidate in advance, and a month is not unusual. Voters need to be informed.

    I am an older female who voted for Bernie in the primary in my state. What you are saying makes no sense. Sure, nationally, in most states, many older voters are Hillary voters, and lots of them are older women. However, most (not all but MOST) minorities have also voted for Hillary over Bernie. And the Republican governor and other Republicans in charge in AZ made sure to close most polling places in Latino communities, where quite a bit Hillary’s strong support lies. The majority of them would have voted for Hillary. And early voting… Apparently people who mailed in early ballots made the right choice, rather than to battle it out in the long lines (especially anyone who was elderly and/or infirm). Lots of states have early voting. I’m NOT supporting Hillary by saying this. It’s just LOGIC. It’s not logical when you have a solid base of her supporters in the Latino communities who are unable to vote at all. Some of these polling places have been closed in anticipation of the GENERAL Elections in November, when Latinos will want to line up and vote Democrat, not Republican. The Republicans did this, and they were permitted to to it by the Supreme Court ruling in 2013.

  60. Cheryl

    March 26, 2016 at 12:40 am

    What utter BS. This is totally paranoid. I agree that there needs to be an investigation, but to blame it on Clinton is nutz. You didn’t jump the shark, you’ve been swallowed by Moby Dick.

  61. Lisa

    March 26, 2016 at 1:05 am

    we changed our affiliation to democrat from independent at a Bernie rally in October . I voted by mail early. My husband never received a ballot so he called the Pima county recorders office and was told he would be able to vote. When he went to vote he was not on the roles. We have lived in the same neighborhood and voted at the same place for more then 20 years. He was given a provisional ballot. Something is not right . I do not know who is at fault but this issue needs to be fixed.

  62. sloov

    March 26, 2016 at 5:00 am

    This is what I hate about politics, it’s not interested in the truth. I have enough reasons not to support Hillary Clinton, and I wouldn’t put dirty tricks past her or the DNC. But there was no evidence she or the DNC was behind the democracy-inhibiting activities in Arizona. The Republican party has taken measures for the sole purpose of limiting voting in the past. And the limited number of polls wasn’t a last minute call, it was the result of bad policy in advance of the election, before anyone knew Clinton would have a significant challenger in the state. I’m interested in the truth above making a candidate I don’t like appear more diabolical than she already is.

  63. Jason

    March 26, 2016 at 10:49 am

    You people are out of your minds with your inane conspiracy theories. The facts are 1) that it was the Supreme Court that struck down the Voting Rights Act which 2) permitted the Republicans in Arizona to reduce the number of polling places. Clinton had nothing to do with this situation, but you people are so filled with blind hatred for Clinton and servile allegiance to Sanders that you can’t separate fantasy from reality.

  64. PeterPaul

    March 26, 2016 at 3:08 pm

    Waaaah. Grandpa doesn’t stand a chance and loses so I will blame the winner. You idiots sure you aren’t republican? You sound like the morons from the GOP who have been trying unsuccessfully for thirty years to find a shred of legitimate evidence against the Clintons, especially Hillary now. Smears and tears are all you have.

  65. Likipedia

    March 26, 2016 at 7:27 pm

    There was a GOP teabagger at the bottom of it, and everyone fell into the trap of blaming each other!!!!

  66. hiro protagonist

    March 26, 2016 at 8:37 pm

    For the record, I voted for Bernie too. But…”HILLARY CLINTON’S Election Fraud Exposed”??? “Anonymous”? Really??? What evidence???? Yes, there is plenty of evidence of voter fraud….it is in the news constantly, most recently and most egregiously in Arizona this week. But what does any of that have to do with Hillary personally? This article accuses Hillary of a crime- a felony I believe- without presenting any evidence. Like Bush’s “evidence” of WMD’s in Iraq. Senator Sanders certainly is not accusing Hillary of masterminding any of this. He would never stoop so low without substantial evidence. Are there corrupt election officials in AZ? Of course. Did they deliberately make it difficult for poor people and minorities to vote? Almost certainly, yes. Should the primary results be negated? In a fair world, definitely. Did they do what they did deliberately to benefit Hillary? Possibly, but probably not, given that the majority of black voters and Hispanic voters are Hillary supporters, and they were the ones most excluded. But to accuse Hillary personally? Witch hunt. Slander. Sorry, Eugene….I find this “Anonymous” article disgusting. It is an embarrassment to Bernie Sanders and all his campaign stands for. And worse, it is the sort of thing that Fox News loves. The level of yellow journalism by Anonymous makes Fox look good by comparison.

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  70. Marcus Darnley

    March 28, 2016 at 10:44 pm

    Like others, I fail to see how “The Clinton Machine” could have seized control of the elctoral process in Arizona, a deep red Republican state. The election machinery there is controlled by Republicans at almost every level- certainly outside of Tucson. No doubt the voter suppression was deliberate, but I fail to see how it would have been engineered by Clinton operatives. If anything, the Republicans would’ve been motivated to help Sanders, not Clinton. The only way the Democrat will not be elected in November is if the Democrat is Sanders (who, of course, is an independent, not a Democrat at all).

  71. Steven Lister

    March 30, 2016 at 12:59 am

    The most ridiculous piece of trash I have ever seen. Throughly refuted by previous posts. This is just nonsense

  72. Roy McCombe

    March 30, 2016 at 7:29 pm

    So I’ve watched over 2 hours of testimony and this write up is missing a HUGE point.

    Here’s the major bomb I think some are missing, it was missed in this article.

    In 2008 when both parties had candidates the county had 403 poll locations!!!! The 200 polls being thrown around is from 2012 when there was only republican candidates.

    So if you consider this appropriately, the poll numbers actually went from 403 to 60!

    Don’t believe me? See the testimony right here: https://youtu.be/iWvH84YvEF8?t=21m6s

  73. Steve C.

    March 31, 2016 at 9:26 pm

    Remember this also: The DNC allowed NY to have their deadline to change party affiliation on Oct 9,2015 – A week BEFORE the first Dem debate was even televised. This means no Independent or rational Republican will be able to vote in their primary if they hadn’t changed their party affiliation by then. Pure sabotage, and I’m hoping Anonymous will expose all the hoodwinks they’ve done on Sanders.

  74. Junior

    April 2, 2016 at 8:18 pm

    Total B******t. The GOP is in charge in Arizona politics. There has also been charges of voter suppression. Something that the GOP has been blamed for in numerous states.

  75. Bruce Sargent

    April 14, 2016 at 8:50 pm

    Evidence from data, numbers drawn from unadjusted exit polls and vote shares in the 2016 Democratic Primaries, give us clear evidence of massive election fraud.
    1) In Yavapai County Arizona exit polls made by the Daily Courier pointed to a Sanders victory Sanders 63%, Clinton 37%. Main stream media reported a Clinton victory in the county: Clinton 59%, Sanders 43%. This reflects a 37% flip in outcome and this makes questions of election fraud not unreasonable
    2) By including the unadjusted exit poll data from NEP (National Exit Poll organization) we can see that Sanders’ exit polls are higher than his reported vote shares in 17 of 18 primaries. This observation alone lets the statistical cat out of the bag. It is as if we flipped a coin 18 times and it came down heads 17times. The chances of that happening with a fair coin are 7 times out of 100,000. The reported pattern of election data for Sanders is equally unlikely, and we would not be unreasonable to conclude that the data indicates election fraud.
    3) We also note that Sanders has done better in caucuses than in primaries. In primaries Sanders has a 41% vote share. In caucuses he has a 66% vote share. There is a 97.8% probability that this difference is not due to chance.

    Bernie Sanders would be way ahead in pledged delegates were it not for election fraud:

  76. Theresa Verrier

    April 21, 2016 at 11:51 am

    It’s significant to bring up the fact that in AZ the DNC paid the HRC DNC machine $1.25 for each undecided Independent voter then didn’t allow voting. SMH

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  78. The one who knows

    April 28, 2016 at 9:34 pm

    What we see is that both political campuses are trying to kill off outliers. Trump and Sanders. You may not like them but in a democratic society it is the open and responsible debate that should decide who is given votes – not ever disconnected party changing rules to accommodate establishment candidates.

    To understand why is this happening and how to change it it is important to see who is benefiting from this. What I mean is not just ‘1%’ slogan or banksters. Let’s give this question a proper research and debate with arguments http://independenttrader.org/global-structure-of-ownership-result-of-4-year-long-research.html

  79. mkh

    May 5, 2016 at 7:24 pm

    this is why we will NEVER unite around HRC. the DNC will LOSE if they make her their candidate bc we will either write him in or some r even protest voting for Trump after these shenanigans. HRC as the candidate will guarentee Trump pres. I’m an Ind and she has only won closed primaries where Inds cant vote; open primaries are a better indicator since Inds can vote-he’s won those. Inds are 42% of the electorate the biggest block and we 99% vote for him plus we get some anti establishment R&Ds. if DNC supports HRC, they will never get the support bc this block the largest will write in or protest vote. they better get w/the ppl’s choice. she has 3mill more votes but only bc Inds werent ALLOWED to vote in most of these-if so we wouldve buried her vote wise. THANK YOU ANONYMOUS WE NEED YOU THIS CORRUPT SEASON; PLEASE HACK HER EMAILS & SPEECHES!!!

  80. Marc Herlands

    May 7, 2016 at 4:14 am

    It has been reported that there were only 60 voting places in all of Maricopa County, AZ, the home of Phoenix, AZ, among other cities. To put that into perspective, Maricopa County is 9,224 square miles large. Compare that to the State of Delaware which is 2,492 square miles large. New Jersey is 8,729 square miles large. Now, you can see how pitiful that is. The rigging of the election was completed when they made it impossible for large numbers of people to vote, and the mail-in ballots would carry the election in favor of Hillary.

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  84. warbler

    May 21, 2016 at 9:59 pm

    you’re delusional if you think HRC had anything to do with the voter suppression in AZ. that was done by the republicans, as soon as the SCOTUS gutted the Voting Rights Act.

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