Hillary Reveals How She Will Steal Election at Convention (Video)
** Hillary Clinton reveals how she is going to steal this election!
…This thing is going to go all the way to the convention! Right on!
Hillary Clinton told Greta Van Susteren on FOX News that she will make certain that Florida and Michigan are counted one way or another:
Hillary Clinton reveals how she will steal election:
HILLARY: But, Michigan is the clearest example of getting right up to the brink of doing the right thing and having Senator Obama say no I won’t do it.
GRETA: And, if he says, “No I won’t do it,” that leaves Michigan and Florida out and does that leave you out?
HILLARY: No, not at all. We’re going to make those votes count one way or another.
HILLARY: Well, you know, you can always go to the (DNC) convention… That’s what credential fights are for. Let’s… Let’s have the Democratic party go on record against seating the Michigan and Florida delegations three months before the general election? I don’t think that will happen. I think they will be seated. So that’s where we’re heading if we don’t get this worked out.”
FOX News Election HQ reported on the interview with Hillary:
The Democratic race is a “long way from being over,” Hillary Clinton told FOX News on Wednesday, and she has no qualms about taking the primary fight all the way to the convention floor.
In a sit-down interview with FOX News’ Greta Van Susteren, which aired Wednesday night, Clinton said not to write her candidacy’s obituary yet, even though she’s trailing Barack Obama by 157 pledged delegates with opportunities dwindling to make up that gap.
“Sixty-two percent said let it go on,” Clinton said, referring to a new Rasmussen survey that found that portion of Democrats aren’t ready for either candidate to leave the race. “That is what people are telling me. That is what we have to do. Let the voters have a chance to be heard. Nobody should be writing obituaries on this race, because it is a long way from being over.”
The Democratic race has taken unexpected twists and turns in the last two weeks, from the controversy over Obama’s long-time pastor Rev. Jeremiah Wright Jr. to criticism of Clinton’s exaggerated claims that she landed in Bosnia in 1996 under sniper fire.
But neither candidate is expected to lock down the nomination on pledged delegates before the August convention. And although Democratic leaders are scrambling to avoid a prolonged fight that could give GOP nominee-in-waiting John McCain a decided advantage, Clinton said Wednesday there are too many ifs for the matter to be settled yet.
“Well this is a really close election. Despite what some might say, it is a very close election in the popular vote and in the delegates,” she said. “We have 10 contests ahead of us, plus, don’t forget, Florida and Michigan. You know, I keep beating this drum … millions of people are going to be voting in the next three months, and I hope that will include Florida and Michigan.”
Clinton’s campaign has argued for seating the Michigan and Florida delegations, which were stripped after those states held early primaries in violation of party rules. Recent efforts to hold re-votes in those states have fallen through.
Clinton won both of those states’ primaries in January, though none of the candidates campaigned and Obama was not even on the ballot in Michigan.
Clinton said, barring a resolution on Florida and Michigan, the fight goes to convention.
“You know, you can always go to the convention. That’s what credential fights are for,” he said. “Let’s have the Democratic party go on record against seating the Michigan and Florida delegations three months before the general election? I don’t think that will happen. I think they will be seated. So that’s where we’re headed if we don’t get this worked out.”
You better stock up on the popcorn, Nahanni.