Tuesday, June 3, 2008

AP Attempting to Suppress Clinton Voters

The polls in South Dakota and Montana are still open, but that's not stopping the Associated Press (AP) from releasing several false or misleading stories in an attempt to suppress voters who are likely to cast a ballot for Hillary Clinton.

It all started earlier today when the AP reported Hillary Clinton will conceded her campaign tonight. Not long after Hillary made a statement denying the report's false claims.

Then the AP began reporting that Obama had clinched the nomination, despite being more than 30 delegates away from such a feet at the time, and 16.5 at the time of this writing.

Voters are still casting ballots, why is the AP releasing this false and damaging information?

Why is the AP afraid to let voters have their say? Probably because the Clinton campaign's polling is showing she will walk away from the SD primary with a 25+ point win. Perhaps another indication that the claims she has been making regarding Obama's electability are correct, giving a compelling reason for super delegates to jump back to her.

1 comment:

Xavier Onassis said...

The AP was trying to keep Dems from embarassing themselves by engaging in a purely masturbatory vote

Obama has it.

Clinton looses.