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In Segment 3 of his Al Jazeera English TV interview, Peter Mathews notes the enthusiasm captured by BERNIE SANDERS’ bold, visionary Political Revolution Campaign for Social, Economic, and Environmental Justice. Mathews says it will be difficult for Hillary to connect with voters in this way, if she becomes the Democratic Nominee. She has been receiving some Republican financial and political support, has been running a top down campaign, in contrast to BERNIE’S actions reflecting the belief that social change comes from the bottom up.

In Segment 2 of his interview on Al Jazeera English TV Peter Mathews said he and BERNIE SANDERS supporters were outraged at AP and NBC for calling the Democratic Party Nomination for Hillary one day before voters in California, New Jersey, and several other states voted on June 7, and far before the actual vote of the Pledged Delegates and the Super Delegates in Philadelphia on July 25. Mathews notes that, if Hillary becomes the Democratic Nominee, according to recent polls 30% of Sanders voters will not vote for her, and 10% of that 30% will vote for Trump in November. This is a hurdle that will be tough for Hillary to overcome due to many factors.Trump has his own credibility gap, since he has reneged on his promise to fund his own campaign and has not rejected the establishing of a Trump Super PAC.

In Segment 1 on Al Jazeera English TV, Peter Mathews says that Bernie Sanders is going all the way to the convention to convince the Super Delegates that he is the stronger candidate against Donald Trump, and that they should support him as the Democratic Nominee. The major polls indicate that Sanders beats Trump by double digits while Clinton is statistically tied with Trump. Peter Mathews notes that he and Sanders’ supporters were outraged that AP and NBC called Clinton the Democratic Nominee the day before voters from California, New Jersey, and several other states had voted, and far before the Pledged Delegates and Super Delegates will have voted on July 25.

May 2016 – On Al Jazeera English TV, Peter Mathews, Professor of Political Science and Sociology, and author of DOLLAR DEMOCRACY: WITH LIBERTY AND JUSTICE FOR SOME; HOW TO RECLAIM THE AMERICAN DREAM FOR ALL, says that in recent nationwide polls, Donald Trump is tied with Hillary Clinton, while Bernie Sanders beats Trump by 15 points. In California, after Sanders’ strong surge, Mathews says Sanders has overcome Clinton’s double digit lead, and now Sanders and Clinton are tied, with Clinton’s California support having plummeted recently. Because of these facts, Mathews views California Governor Jerry Brown’s last-minute endorsement of Clinton as a sign of panic by the Democratic Party Establishment, and an attempt to stop Clinton from suffering a loss in California that would be devastating.

May 2016 – On Al Jazeera English TV, Peter Mathews says that momentum for BERNIE is growing, while HILLARY’S pledged delegates will be insufficient to win her the nomination. BERNIE will appeal to the Super Delegates to support him as the stronger candidate against TRUMP. Mathews points out that the most recent Reuters/Ipsos and Huffington Post Polls indicate that in one-on-one match-ups, SANDERS beats TRUMP by 14 points, while CLINTON is now tied with TRUMP, after leading him by 13 points last week. Sanders has won just over 54% of the pledged delegates since Super Tuesday in March proving strong momentum, despite voting “irregularities” and voter suppression that are being investigated by authorities.

May 2016 – Peter Mathews, Professor of Political Science and Author of DOLLAR DEMOCRACY: WITH LIBERTY AND JUSTICE FOR SOME; HOW TO RECLAIM THE AMERICAN DREAM FOR ALL, explains why Hillary is losing to Trump and Bernie is Beating Trump by a huge margin. Mathews explains all the factors that are driving this phenomena. Mathews says that, because of this, the Democratic Super Delegates may throw their support behind Bernie Sanders, since they do not want to lose to Trump in November.

Political Analyst Peter Mathews, author of DOLLAR DEMOCRACY: WITH LIBERTY AND JUSTICE FOR SOME; HOW TO RECLAIM THE AMERICAN DREAM FOR ALL, takes a hard look at the results of the Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, Rhode Island, and Connecticut Primary elections and their effects on the Sanders, Clinton, and Trump Presidential Campaigns.

BERNIE SANDERS will continue his Political Revolution Presidential campaign, which is also a social movement of millions of people for Economic and Social Justice. Despite Trump’s and Clinton’s New York wins, Sanders won over 100 New York Democratic delegates and will continue to compete in all the Presidential contests, says Political Analyst Peter Mathews on Al Jazeera English International TV.

March 29, 2016 – Peter Mathews is interviewed by John Seigenthaler on Al Jazeera America on Trump’s latest woes due to his campaign manager’s alleged assault on a female reporter, and Trump’s own comments about women, Muslims, and Mexicans. Mathews claims Trump’s support has plateaued, and that polls are showing 65 to 70 percent of voters will not vote for him in November, if he somehow becomes the Republican nominee.

February 8, 2016 | Sky News – Professor Peter Mathews’ asserts his forecast that Republican Presidential Candidate has damaged his image approaching the New Hampshire primary election by not showing up at the Iowa Republican Debate, and could very well lose the Iowa Caucuses.


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