That's a quote from a documentary by Director Gigi Gaston called "We Will Not Be Silenced" that looks into alleged "widespread abuses" and "fraud" in the Democratic caucuses. If you recall, Senator Barack Obama (D-IL) did very well in the caucus states. Those states essentially allowed Obama to win the nomination and defeat Senator Hillary Clinton (D-NY).
They have a preview of their documentary. It's very interesting and worth viewing, but ... well, I'll let you watch for yourself. Perhaps you'll be outraged, perhaps you won't.
I'm having trouble embedding the video. You can find it here.
Personally, I've never been a fan of caucuses, and this video shows why. And as awful as it sounds, I'm not hearing much that I haven't heard before about previous caucuses. One person's "cheating" is another person's "working the system".
The truth of the matter is simple: caucuses are corrupt and always have been. Clinton got beat by someone who was better at "working the system" than she was. The fact that the person who worked the system best is from Chicago should be surprising to no one.
Note that the part about the school students in IN is widely accepted as true and was widely reported in Indiana on the primary day, so it's not news to me. But there are 49 other states that may not have heard about this. Once again, the area of corruption is Lake County, IN. For those that don't know IN geography, Lake County is essentially the city of Gary, a black suburb of Chicago.
Obama: "Politics of Change" or "Politics of Chicago"?
November 4th is going to be fun.
Hat Tip: Advance Indiana