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Democrats Already Rigging Next Primary?

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The DNC is already piling the deck for 2020's primaries. Cenk Uygur, the host of The Young Turks, tell you who's mosting likely to profit as well as that it hurts. Inform us exactly what you believe in the comment section listed below.

" LOS ANGELES– The golden state is pushing forward with a plan to transform the state's key day from June to March, a step that could rush the 2020 presidential nominating contest and turn the very early weight of the project to the West.

If embraced by the legislature this week– as is extensively expected– and authorized into legislation by Gov. Jerry Brown, the early key would certainly assign California's substantial haul of delegates following the nation's very first competitions in Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and South Carolina.

The earlier main can profit at least 2 prospective presidential contenders from The golden state– U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris and Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti– while threatening the potential customers of other candidates that will certainly have a hard time to raise enough early money to complete in costly media markets in the nation's most populated state.

" Probably, the champion of the California primary would be the candidate," claimed Don Fowler, a previous Autonomous National Board chairman from South Carolina."

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25 comments

  1. Posted by Legate Alucard, at Reply

    Kamala Harris allowed a Bank to get away with theft who illegally repossessed the assets of minorities and poor whites. She has no loyalty to the people i will never vote for her

  2. Posted by fnikitathomas, at Reply

    Kamala Harris is Obama all over again, coming out of nowhere and sold to the American people as their hope for a future which they will steal. Don’t fall for it, and __if__ Bernie runs, donate!!

    • Posted by Y-G-J, at Reply

      fnikitathomas Sounds like you’re a Trumpie trying to divide the base…

    • Posted by fnikitathomas, at Reply

      Y-G-J I will forever hate what Trump has done to the country, so please don’t insult me again … and as far as ‘trying to divide the base’, running another flawed, bought and paid for candidate won’t fly for progressives or anyone else with any sense. BTW, your implicit support for Ms. Harris makes me suspect your motives as well, but maybe you aren’t a DNC or Russian troll ūüôā

    • Posted by multiyoisi mok, at Reply

      Y-G-J
      why dontYOU stop dividing the base and get behind progressives aka the stronger and more popular wing of the party

  3. Posted by Robert Johnson, at Reply

    You know us Leftists are winning when the DNC has to start playing games this early. Here’s to your on going revolution comrade Sanders.

  4. Posted by superfinevids, at Reply

    The DNC both counts the votes and reports them. Of course they rigged it on all fronts.

  5. Posted by Patricia MacLeod, at Reply

    Why does DNC cling to super delegates? Don’t seem interested at all in popular opinion. There are plenty of candidates not called Kamala Harris.

  6. Posted by TIMBUKTU, at Reply

    IF DEMS TRY TO PREVENT BERNIE AGAIN FROM TAKING THE WHITE HOUSE, THEY WILL WOEFULLY LOSE AGAIN!!! PERIOD!!! HILLARY LOST THE ELCTION BECAUSE BERNIE WASN’T HER RUNNING MATE!!! I REALLY HOPE DEMS WILL RECTIFY THEIR MISTAKE AND RALLY AROUND BERNIE THIS TIME. IF DEMS ARE SERIOUS ABOUT TAKING BACK THE WHITE HOUSE, THEN BERNIE IS THIER ONLY CANDIDATE TO GET THE JOB DONE!!!

    • Posted by Fridayschild, at Reply

      While I agree with your sentiment, I detest your need to scream it in all caps.

    • Posted by TIMBUKTU, at Reply

      BECAUSE THE DEMS ARE ON THE VERGE OF REPEATING THIER 2016 MISTAKE AGAIN. THEY APPARENTLY HAVEN’T LEARNT ANYTHING. THAT’S WHY THINGS NEED TO BE SCREAMED OFF THE ROOF-TOPS FOR THEM TO GET IT!!!

  7. Posted by Glumo, at Reply

    “It is not the one who puts the vote in the ballot that matters, but the one that counts the ballot”
    -Joseph Stalin

  8. Posted by David S., at Reply

    We need another political party in this country. Period.

  9. Posted by desertclair, at Reply

    Democrats won two special elections on Tuesday, one in New Hampshire and one in Oklahoma, both of them in districts where Republicans have traditionally dominated.

  10. Posted by Mark Broadhurst, at Reply

    Let me be the first to say
    Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye

  11. Posted by mediadrone01, at Reply

    Excellent reporting and great points. ¬†It’s sad that small technical flaws in our Democracy can shape the course of world history. ¬†Isn’t it sick to know that a small paperwork issue about which state votes first can determine a President? ¬†Or that a few thousand people in Florida or Ohio can swing it?

    We have a very vulnerable Democracy.  Keep your eyes open for this sort of stuff.

  12. Posted by Jstoney127, at Reply

    HAHAHA, the DNC and Dem establishment are such scoundrels and cheats! When it was Bernie v Hillary, California, the largest and most liberal state goes very last in the primaries. When it looks like its gonna be Bernie v Harris (a california congresswoman), whelp somehow California just moves right on up the primary start list. After all the undemocratic bullshit of the last primary, I have no doubt this is the DNC’s way of trying to kneecap Bernie early with a candidate of their own choosing.

  13. Posted by James Edward, at Reply

    Not enough evidence? Or, no evidence?

  14. Posted by ggarton11, at Reply

    This video misses the bigger problem.¬† The endless election cycle, requires candidates to build billion dollar organizations with staff on 1-2 year contracts and the corporate media supports this as it means 100 of millions in advertising.¬† Even TYT realizes increased viewership because of the theatre of politics and theatre has hero’s and villains so everyone attacks character and the level of discussion of idea’s is pathetic.¬†¬†The US¬†has a whole¬†class of people who bounce back and forth between running campaigns and working for CNN.¬†The whole electoral system needs to be blown up.

  15. Posted by xooox Thanks, at Reply

    California’s primary should be earlier than it is right now, but not that early. It should be relevant but not game ending! But lets face it, at least California is progressive… better than those Big Tuesday’s southern states!

  16. Posted by Suz A, at Reply

    Could,key word is could,they didn’t say is,or proof….could be is not fact

  17. Posted by animejerk05, at Reply

    I disagree on this one it hurts establishment candidates as much as progressive

    it would hurt NY andrew cumo gillibrand and cory booker

    it actually helps Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren

    helps Biden Kamala Warren and Sanders its 2-2 so Its fair

    it just narrow us down to the 4 best candidates early on

  18. Posted by David Richland, at Reply

    More contempt from the establishment… thank you Cenk for your brilliant and insightful information. You may withhold judgement on anyone you like, but we all know who is establishment, and who is progressive. These moves by the establishment are so transparent.

  19. Posted by RagnarLodbrok1, at Reply

    It’s not impossible that a progressive candidate could start building name recognition early, especially if Sanders throws support behind that candidate early enough before the primaries start. The hypothetical candidate would probably want to start actively setting up a run shortly after the midterms though, and I get the impression it would still be tricky.

  20. Posted by sanford sklansky, at Reply

    This was interesting as I heard the Secretary of State of California on the Bill Press show yesterday discussing this. They did move up the primary to March for one election. I forget what year this was, but it was fairly recent. He did make the point that for the most part there is no reason to vote in the California primary because generally speaking the race was already determined by the time primary season was over. I am not aware that the California primary was ever determined who the presidential candidate would be. It is possible that neither Kennedy or Humphrey did not have enough votes in 68. So who ever was selected would have been made at the convention. Would Johnson have thrown his weight around to get enough delegates to throw the votes to Humphrey? I always think what a different world this might be if RFK had been president.