Gary, Indiana Mayor Predicted This In March?

By Justin Gardner | Related entries in Barack, Democrats, Hillary, History, Indiana

This is from March 30th.

From NWI.com:

“We’ve got this title that Gary people don’t vote,” Gary Mayor Rudy Clay said to the crowd. “It’s going to be eliminated because Gary is going to register more people than have ever registered before.”

During Indiana’s primary, Gary will be a name on the lips of newscasters on CNN, he said.

“They are going to point at Indiana and say Hillary Clinton is leading by one point but Gary ain’t come in yet,” Clay said.

Wow, talk about a prediction!


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3 Responses to “Gary, Indiana Mayor Predicted This In March?”

  1. TheMiddle Says:

    So much so that it makes it sound planned. I’m sorry to have to say that, but um, yeah – thats just very weird. Too weird to just be dismissed with a quick note.

  2. TheMiddle Says:

    Hillary wins Hammond by 600 votes? They said all these votes were turned in hours ago. This really seems skeezy.

  3. Lit3Bolt Says:

    Sadly, Chicago is skeezball city, especially when it comes to politics. I guess I’m for it if just simply ends this primary, but there will be head scratching and murmurs of the Chicago political machine. But then agaian, Rush urged Republicans to meddle in the election, so there’s plenty of mud to sling around regarding the validity of results.

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