In this forthcoming piece on the 2016 voting wars in the U.S., I describe in some detail the debacle that was the Detroit recount, part of the (eventually abandoned) recall attempt by Jill Stein after the 2016 presidential election. The … Continue reading ?
The former presidential candidate for the Green Party also said she isn't 'unshakably opposed to' a 2020 run.
She controversially cast her vote for Jill Stein and implied Hillary was “more dangerous” than Trump, but the Oscar-winning actress says she has no regrets.
Far left actress Susan Sarandon made headlines — And enemies — last year when she refused to endorse Hillary Clinton and instead supported Green candidate Jill Stein in the 2016 election. To add insult to injury Sarandon tweeted this out a week after Hillary lost to Donald Trump. Show More Summary
Susan Sarandon isn’t backing down from her Jill Stein vote.
The actor said people still could not accept she voted for Jill Stein.
Susan Sarandon argues that she was totally vindicated: But she didn’t advocate voting for Hillary! Come on. “Hmm?” Didn’t she advocate voting for Jill Stein? “I didn’t advocate people voting for anything. I said get your information, I’m going to vote for change, because I was hoping that Stein was going to get whatever percentage […]
Fans finally learned why Ivy hates Ally so much in this week's episode of American Horror Story: Cult. Voting for Jill Stein was just the tip of the iceberg. The hatred runs deeper: all the way back to Oz's birth. When joining the cult, she told Kai that she didn't want Ally murdered because it would hurt Oz too much, but she does want full custody. Show More Summary
Ally learns a valuable lesson in trusting people in this episode of American Horror Story: Cult, titled "Mid-Western Assassin." The heavily edited episode shows just how deep fear runs and the sadistic mindset of a cult. While Ally believes she's doing the right thing to save a friend, she finds herself lost, alone and afraid more than ever before. Show More Summary
Or so it seems. Donald Trump won the 2016 election with 306 votes to Hillary Clinton’s 232 votes. That is a spread of 74 votes. Clinton was likely to win in several states in which she lost, including Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, maybe Ohio, etc. In three states that could have gone either way, Jill Stein’s…
Russian-funded Facebook ads purchased during the 2016 presidential election promoted Green Party candidate Jill Stein as well as then-candidate Donald Trump and Democratic primary candidate Bernie Sanders, said Politico on Wednesday. “Other advertisements paid for by shadowy Russian buyers...
Politico reports: Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein was the beneficiary of at least one of the Russian-bought political ads on Facebook that federal government officials suspect were intended to influence the 2016 election. Show More Summary
The ad implored people to "#GrowaSpineVoteJillStein.”
TrumpCare dies (again), Jill Stein Facebook ads paid for in rubles, and brace yourself, the Trump Tax is coming.
Politico: Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein was the beneficiary of at least one Russian-bought ad on Facebook that federal government officials suspect were intended to influence the 2016 election. Other advertisements paid for by shadowy Russian buyers criticized Hillary … Continue reading ?
“Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein was the beneficiary of at least one Russian-bought ad on Facebook that federal government officials suspect were intended to influence the 2016 election,” Politico reports. “Other advertisements paid for by shadowy Russian buyers criticized [...]
(Paul Mirengoff) Hillary Clinton’s book about her 2016 defeat is called What Happened. Her answer, apparently, is that Bernie Sanders, Jill Stein, Barack Obama, the Russians, Joe Biden, James Comey, Anthony Weiner, the Electoral College, apathetic voters, and assorted misogynists behaved badly and/or let her down. Show More Summary
A rich celebrity takes a courageous stand: Given her concern for DREAMEers, you can bet she was using her influence to get people to rally against Trump… I’m therefore very happy to endorse Jill Stein for the presidency because she does stand for everything I believe in. It’s clear a third party is necessary and […]
No, Jill Stein, you delicate flower, you can not demand that someone give you stage time: A federal appeals court says a lawsuit by two third-party candidates over their exclusion from presidential debates in 2012 was properly dismissed. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit ruled Tuesday that a lower court […]