Rabbi Dov Fischer suggests at The American Spectator that “The DNC unquestionably rigged Super Tuesday to stop Bernie.” He writes (abridged):
Did it not strike you as strange that Amy Klobuchar raised and spent millions, did incredibly pathetically in Iowa, Nevada, and South Carolina — and then suddenly dropped out only one day before Super Tuesday?
And then Pete followed her from behind.
Didn’t that seem strange? Like, I make payments for a year for a trip and tickets to the Super Bowl or World Series, and the day before the big game or series, which this year is being played in my city, I decide, “Naaaah. Fuggediboudit. I’ll just go to the supermarket and see if I can find hand sanitizer.” Does that make sense?
Buttigieg and Klobuchar already raised and spent the millions upon millions for Super Tuesday.
They campaigned throughout the 14 states instead of attending to the duties for which they are salaried as Minnesota senator or South Bend mayor. They already had the campaign staffs and get-out-the-vote apparati in place in the states.
They did all the work, spent all the moolah. All they had left to do was to wait for the results. Neither was ashamed to get only 2 or 3 percent in Nevada and in South Carolina. It was Sunday morning when those results were final, and Super Tuesday was less than 48 hours away.
What possible sense could anyone make of their suddenly quitting the race at that moment instead of just waiting one more day to see what surprises might emerge? Maybe Klobuchar would do better than 3 percent in Minnesota. Maybe Pete would carry San Francisco.
Their carefully coordinated sudden egress clearly was a plot, a conspiracy, a fix.
The DNC unquestionably rigged Super Tuesday to stop Bernie before he could implement his first Five Year Plan for wheat and famine.
Rabbi Dov Fischer, Esq., a high-stakes litigation attorney of more than twenty-five years and an adjunct professor of law of more than fifteen years, is rabbi of Young Israel of Orange County, California. His legal career has included serving as Chief Articles Editor of UCLA Law Review, clerking for the Hon. Danny J. Boggs in the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, and then litigating at three of America’s most prominent law firms: JonesDay, Akin Gump, and Baker & Hostetler. In his rabbinical career, Rabbi Fischer has served several terms on the Executive Committee of the Rabbinical Council of America, is Senior Rabbinic Fellow at the Coalition for Jewish Values, has been Vice President of Zionist Organization of America, and has served on regional boards of the American Jewish Committee, B’nai Brith Hillel, and several others. His writings on contemporary political issues have appeared over the years in the Wall Street Journal, the Los Angeles Times, the Jerusalem Post, National Review, American Greatness, The Weekly Standard, and in Jewish media in American and in Israel. A winner of an American Jurisprudence Award in Professional Legal Ethics, Rabbi Fischer also is the author of two books, including General Sharon’s War Against Time Magazine, which covered the Israeli General’s 1980s landmark libel suit
Dov Fischer. The American Spectator. March 6,2020,12:18 AM