Clinton Raising Election Doubts to ‘Keep Her Options Open’ for 2020
When pressed on what his sources were to corroborate the claim, Fournier said, “by talking to people who talk to her.” Fournier also pointed to an article he wrote on the Clinton Foundation that appeared in The Atlantic and National Journal, in which he cited anonymous Clinton loyalists, as a source.
The resurrection of Clinton is inevitable given her strong ties to the Democratic Party establishment and her vast network of corporate and wealthy donors. The focus on recounts, and the touting of Clinton’spopular vote victory over introspection and working to reform the Democratic Party are indicative of the establishment’s refusal to relinquish any semblance of its political power and privilege to the more popular Bernie Sanders wing. Rep. Keith Ellison, Sanders’ pick for Democratic National Committee (DNC) chair, is facing aggressive pushbackfrom the Clinton wing of the Democratic Party, who prefer another Clinton surrogate to run the DNC. Not that that worked well for former DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz, and current DNC interim chair Donna Brazile, both of whomwere embarrassingly revealed to be by Clinton shills by WikiLeaks. – READ MORE
Raising doubts about legitimacy of election, even w/out overturning result, is part of Clinton's plans to keep her options open for 2020
— Ron Fournier (@ron_fournier) November 28, 2016