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FlashpointsLOGO19-300x225LUMPENPROLETARIAT—One of the most radical daily investigative radio broadcasts in the nation, free speech radio’s Flashpoints has devoted its broadcast today to Super Tuesday IV, with an emphasis on the California Presidential Primary Election and reports of election poll problems.  Listen (or download) here.

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[Working draft transcript of actual radio broadcast by Messina for Lumpenproletariat and Flashpoints]

FLASHPOINTS—[7 JUN 2016]  “Today on Flashpoints, we continue the drumbeat coverage of the California Primary voter ripoff with best-selling muckraker and Rolling Stone‘s man on the election fraud scene, Greg Palast.  Also, we’ll have a call-in speak out with attorney William Simpich, who has been representing and working with poll watchers in California.  And we’ll also be joined by Paul Thomas of Election Justice for that speak out.  I’m Dennis BernsteinGreg Palast is in L.A.  He’s about to join us.  All this, comin’ up, straight ahead, on Flashpoints.  Stay tuned.”

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Learn more at FLASHPOINTS.

[This transcript will be expanded as time constraints, and/or demand or resources, allow.]

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CBS SACRAMENTO—[1 JUN 2016]  Judge Rejects Bernie Sanders Supporter Lawsuit Seeking California Primary Delay

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – A lawsuit by supporters of Bernie Sanders that claimed election officials in California were depriving unaffiliated voters of their right to cast ballots in the June 7 Democratic presidential primary was filed too late and lacked evidence that federal laws were violated, a judge ruled Wednesday.

The Voting Rights Defense Project had argued that county elections officials were failing to inform unaffiliated voters that they could seek a crossover ballot.

The lawsuit also said poll workers were receiving conflicting instructions about whether they could tell voters of that right.

“This is what I call a case of mass confusion,” attorney William Simpich, who represents the group and other plaintiffs, told the judge in court.

The lawsuit named California Secretary of State Alex Padilla and elections officials in Alameda and San Francisco counties as defendants.

Among other things, it sought radio and TV ads telling unaffiliated voters that they can vote in the primaries of the Democratic, American Independent and Libertarian parties.

Learn more at CBS SACRAMENTO.

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[1]  Terrestrial radio transmission, 94.1 FM (KPFA, Berkeley, CA) with online simulcast and digital archiving:  Flashpoints, hosted by Dennis Bernstein, Tuesday, 7 JUN 2016, 17:00 PDT, one hour broadcast.

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[7 JUN 2016]

[Last modified  22:54 PDT  7 JUN 2016]

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