I voted first for Bernie Sanders, then for Jill Stein and my personal favorite of all of them, Ajamu Baraka, who I wish had run at the top of the Green ticket. In my entire life, I have voted as follows: Bill Clinton, Bill Clinton, Ralph Nader, Didn’t vote, Barack Obama, Barack Obama, Bernie/Jill Stein. … Continue reading My 11 Months As A Democrat
Jenny Asencio Even cursed as I am with a nuanced worldview that argues in favor of the unjustly downtrodden, and in the face of all the arguments with, and gaslighting and disconnection from, people who I thought knew me way better than that, I discovered voices who said a lot of the same things I … Continue reading Tales of A One-Woman Riot, Pt 2
Jenny Asencio Why I Refuse to Shut Up in the Face of Diversity A libertarian detractor once called me a “one-woman riot” because he said I would be campaigning for Bernie Sanders alone, since Hillary Clinton was “definitely” going to win the Democratic primary. He was not the only one to incorrectly assume that I … Continue reading Tales of a One-Woman Riot Pt. 1
By Sara Freels Remember when "Macedonian trolls" infiltrated Bernie Sanders groups during the 2016 Presidential Election? They became administrators, and real moderators and admins were purged. These new trolling admins posted click-bait and suppressed anti-Clinton, anti-DNC content from real citizens. Yes, during the Election of 2016, many of us learned the definition of click-bait … Continue reading Soros! Soros! Soros!
How I Became #DemNever I voted first for Bernie Sanders, then for Jill Stein and my personal favorite of them all, Ajamu Braka, who I wish had run at the top of the Green ticket. In my entire life, I have voted as follows: Bill Clinton, Bill Clinton, Ralph Nader, Didn’t vote, Barack Obama, Barack … Continue reading My Eleven Months as a Democrat