I recently met someone who was on the fence between Bernie and Hillary. I wrote them this email, and in light of recent events, I am inspired to share this with you.
Let me be very clear that four months ago as you will read, I did not go into any of this with the intention of supporting or proving anything. This has simply been a matter of unbiased discovery for me, uncovering the truth.
My conscience can not continue to allow the truth to remain hidden. I've also discovered that what I've got here is just the tip of the iceberg. If you care about your own future, your children's future, and the Earth's future, please read on!
" Hi ---------
I'm so glad that we met today. It's wonderful to meet you. I'm also so grateful that we could talk about Bernie Sanders.
I'm an easy going, down to earth, very concrete person. I don't get involved in elections and politics. I don't give hype any mind. I don't really believe almost anything I hear about. This is different. A video I saw four months ago of Hillary Clinton calling African American kids super-predators got me thinking. After 100s of hours of serious research, I know beyond doubt that this is more than an election. This is a matter of future, or no future, maybe even life and death for millions of people. The worst part is I keep meeting people (exactly like me four months ago) who just don't know any of this.
Here is a book that really goes into the issues I touched on and much more. The author Roger Stone is a political operative who worked on 8 presidential elections including with Nixon, Reagan, and Bush. This is completely fact-driven, serious, and more people need to be aware of this before it is too late: Clinton's War on Women http://www.amazon.com/Clintons-War-Women-Roger-Stone/dp/151070678X/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1444880915&sr=8-1&keywords=robert+morrow
My research (trying to keep it short):
"climate change intensifies natural resource stresses in a way that can increase the likelihood of livelihood devastation, state fragility, human displacement, and mass death."
Greenpeace did some amazing undercover fact finding:
100% rating from the NAACP
Part of the first ever Civil Rights sit-in in Chicago history, against U of Chicago segregated housing
Obama campaigned for Sanders during his Senate bid in 2006
Sanders plans to ban fracking
"I see a future where getting to work or to school or to the store does not have to cause pollution." Bernie Sanders
Bernie Sander's book, "Outsider in the House":
(I think you can find it for less money somewhere)
There are so many more issues I could delve into here, but I will stick with these two for now. Please let me know when you get this and please share with absolutely anyone and everyone. Also, I'd love to know any questions you have! It will help me drive my research further and find more answers.
I feel a little like someone who suddenly sees clearly, and can't figure out how to reach people, like you, who will change the course of history with your vote. Please consider. The race is too close. There is no time to waste.