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Trolling For War With Russia

Looking for a four-year faceoff with a nuclear-armed Russia? Hillary’s the one! Donald Trump calls the NATO alliance a rip-off, a tripwire for World War III and “obsolete.” Hillary Clinton compares Putin’s …

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Clinton Cash Full Movie 2016

Clinton Cash investigates how Bill and Hillary Clinton went from being “dead broke” after leaving the White House to amassing a net worth of over $150 million, with over $2 billion in donations to their foundation. This wealth was accumulated during Mrs. Clinton’s tenure as US Secretary of State through lucrative speaking fees and contracts paid for by foreign companies and Clinton Foundation donors.

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Just Say No

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America cannot afford and must not accept 4 more years of the last 16. NASA estimated the cost of the entire Apollo program at $170 billion in 2005 dollars. That’s around $200 billion in 2014 dollars.

The Failed Meddler

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Few things in life are as enjoyable as watching the ‘false song of globalism’ get its teeth kicked in. Make no mistake UK voters, when Donald Trump is president, an independent Britain will go to the FRONT of the queue.

Operation Mockingtraitor

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Who else wants to throw the cable box out the window after watching the endless stream of lies about Trump and/or the non-existent coverage of Sanders?

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Analysis

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    • Alabama
    • Republicans | 856,182
    • Trump
    • 371,736
    • 43.42%
    • Cruz
    • 180,606
    • 21.09%
    • Rubio
    • 159,804
    • 18.66%
    • Carson
    • 87,515
    • 10.22%
    • Kasich
    • 37,970
    • 4.43%
    • Democrats | 369,522
    • Clinton
    • 309,926
    • 77.84%
    • Sanders
    • 76,401
    • 19.19%
    • +486,660 votes for the Republicans
      2.3 Republican votes for every Democrat vote
    • Alaska
    • Republicans | 23,010
    • Cruz
    • 8,369
    • 36.37%
    • Trump
    • 7,740
    • 33.64%
    • Rubio
    • 3,488
    • 15.16%
    • Carson
    • 2,492
    • 10.83%
    • Kasich
    • 918
    • 3.99%
    • Democrats | 541
    • Sanders
    • 441
    • 81.6%
    • Clinton
    • 100
    • 18.5%
    • +22,469 votes for the Democrats
      42.53 Republican votes for every Democrat vote
    • Arkansas
    • Republicans | 406,539
    • Trump
    • 133,145
    • 32.75%
    • Cruz
    • 123,871
    • 30.47%
    • Rubio
    • 101,238
    • 24.9%
    • Carson
    • 23,171
    • 5.7%
    • Kasich
    • 15,098
    • 3.71%
    • Democrats | 218,110
    • Clinton
    • 144,578
    • 66.29%
    • Sanders
    • 64,870
    • 29.74%
    • +188,429 votes for the Republicans
      1.86 Republican votes for every Democrat vote
    • Florida
    • Republicans | 2,361,397
    • Trump
    • 1,079,741
    • 45.72%
    • Rubio
    • 638,529
    • 27.04%
    • Cruz
    • 404,804
    • 17.14%
    • Kasich
    • 159,938
    • 6.77%
    • Democrats | 1,708,736
    • Clinton
    • 1,101,175
    • 65.94%
    • Sanders
    • 568,634
    • 34.06%
    • +652,661 votes for the Republicans
      1.38 Republican votes for every Democrat vote
    • Georgia
    • Republicans | 1,295,964
    • Trump
    • 502,994
    • 38.81%
    • Rubio
    • 316,836
    • 24.45%
    • Cruz
    • 305,847
    • 23.60%
    • Carson
    • 80,723
    • 6.23%
    • Kasich
    • 72,508
    • 5.59%
    • Democrats | 765,366
    • Clinton
    • 545,674
    • 71.30%
    • Sanders
    • 215,797
    • 28.20%
    • +530,598 votes for the Republicans
      1.63 Republican votes for every Democrat vote
    • Idaho
    • Republicans (primary) | 222,220
    • Cruz
    • 100,943
    • 45.42%
    • Trump
    • 62,474
    • 28.11%
    • Rubio
    • 35,349
    • 15.91%
    • Kasich
    • 16,518
    • 7.43%
    • Democrats (caucus)| 23,884
    • Sanders
    • 18,640
    • 78.04%
    • Clinton
    • 5,065
    • 21.21%
    • A primary does not necessarily correlate to a caucus. That said, there are obviously a lot more republican votes here.
    • Iowa
    • Republicans | 186,932
    • Cruz
    • 51,666
    • 27.64%
    • Trump
    • 45,429
    • 24.3%
    • Rubio
    • 43,228
    • 23.12%
    • Carson
    • 17,394
    • 9.3%
    • Paul
    • 8,481
    • 4.54%
    • Bush
    • 5,238
    • 2.8%
    • Democrats | IOWA DEMS REFUSE TO RELEASE RAW VOTE!!
    • Clinton
    • ????
    • ?????
    • Sanders
    • ?????
    • ?????
    • Something tells us Sanders has more votes than Clinton.
    • Illinois
    • Republicans | 1,434,013
    • Trump
    • 556,917
    • 38.84%
    • Cruz
    • 434,036
    • 30.27%
    • Kasich
    • 282,869
    • 19.73%
    • Rubio
    • 124,571
    • 8.69%
    • Democrats | 2,015,636
    • Clinton
    • 1,017,004
    • 50.46%
    • Sanders
    • 982,019
    • 48.72%
    • +581,623 votes for the Democrats
      1.4 Democrat votes for every Republican vote
    • Louisiana
    • Republicans | 301,176
    • Trump
    • 124,819
    • 41.44%
    • Cruz
    • 113,947
    • 37.83%
    • Rubio
    • 33,807
    • 11.23%
    • Kasich
    • 19,350
    • 6.43%
    • Democrats | 311,607
    • Clinton
    • 221,613
    • 71.12%
    • Sanders
    • 72,242
    • 23.18%
    • +10,431 votes for the Democrats
      1.03 Democrat votes for every Republican vote
    • Massachusetts
    • Republicans | 631,413
    • Trump
    • 311,314
    • 49.3%
    • Kasich
    • 113,783
    • 18.02%
    • Rubio
    • 112,825
    • 17.87%
    • Cruz
    • 60,471
    • 9.58%
    • Carson
    • 16,275
    • 2.58%
    • Democrats | 1,220,296
    • Clinton
    • 603,782
    • 49.9%
    • Sanders
    • 589,803
    • 48.5%
    • +588,883 votes for the Democrats
      1.93 Democrat votes for every Republican vote
    • Michigan
    • Republicans | 1,322,742
    • Trump
    • 482,825
    • 36.50%
    • Cruz
    • 328,894
    • 24.86%
    • Kasich
    • 320,505
    • 24.23%
    • Rubio
    • 123,231
    • 9.32%
    • Democrats | 1,193,169
    • Sanders
    • 593,563
    • 49.75%
    • Clinton
    • 575,512
    • 48.23%
    • +129,573 votes for the Republicans
      1.1 Republican votes for every Democrat vote
    • Missouri
    • Republicans | 933,784
    • Trump
    • 382,094
    • 40.92%
    • Cruz
    • 380,365
    • 40.73%
    • Kasich
    • 92,528
    • 9.91%
    • Rubio
    • 57,009
    • 6.11%
    • Democrats | 619,673
    • Clinton
    • 310,600
    • 49.61%
    • Sanders
    • 309,073
    • 49.37%
    • +314,111 votes for the Republicans
      1.5 Republican votes for every Democrat vote
    • Mississippi
    • Republicans | 405,222
    • Trump
    • 191,751
    • 47.32%
    • Cruz
    • 147,066
    • 36.29%
    • Kasich
    • 35,818
    • 8.84%
    • Rubio
    • 20,770
    • 5.13%
    • Democrats | 220,782
    • Clinton
    • 182,448
    • 82.64%
    • Sanders
    • 36,349
    • 16.46%
    • +184,440 votes for the Republicans
      1.83 Republican votes for every Democrat vote
    • North Carolina
    • Republicans | 1,138,726
    • Trump
    • 458,152
    • 40.23%
    • Cruz
    • 418,738
    • 36.77%
    • Kasich
    • 144,294
    • 12.67%
    • Rubio
    • 87,861
    • 7.72%
    • Democrats | 1,129,767
    • Clinton
    • 616,758
    • 54.59%
    • Sanders
    • 460,434
    • 40.75%
    • +8,959 votes for the Republicans
      1.007 Republican votes for every Democrat vote
    • Nevada
    • Republicans | 75,216
    • Trump
    • 34,531
    • 45.91%
    • Rubio
    • 17,940
    • 23.85%
    • Cruz
    • 16,079
    • 21.38%
    • Carson
    • 3,619
    • 4.81%
    • Kasich
    • 2,709
    • 3.6%
    • Democrats | 12,233
    • Clinton
    • 6,440
    • 52.64%
    • Sanders
    • 5,785
    • 47.29%
    • +62,983 votes for the Democrats
      6.14 Republican votes for every Democrat vote – Seems like an awfully large gap. We will update when we have invesigated more.
    • New Hampshire
    • Republicans | 285,891
    • Trump
    • 100,735
    • 35.24%
    • Kasich
    • 44,932
    • 15.72%
    • Cruz
    • 33,244
    • 11.63%
    • Bush
    • 31,341
    • 10.96%
    • Rubio
    • 30,071
    • 10.52%
    • Christie
    • 21,089
    • 7.38%
    • Fiorina
    • 11,774
    • 4.12%
    • Democrats | 249,543
    • Sanders
    • 152,181
    • 60.98%
    • Clinton
    • 95,324
    • 38.20%
    • +36,348 votes for the Republicans
      1.14 Republican votes for every Democrat vote
    • South Carolina
    • Republicans | 740,881
    • Trump
    • 240,882
    • 32.51%
    • Rubio
    • 166,565
    • 22.48%
    • Cruz
    • 165,417
    • 22.33%
    • Bush
    • 58,056
    • 7.84%
    • Kasich
    • 56,410
    • 7.61%
    • Carson
    • 53,551
    • 7.23%
    • Democrats | 370,904
    • Clinton
    • 272,379
    • 73.44%
    • Sanders
    • 96,498
    • 26.02%
    • +369,977 votes for the Republicans
      1.99 Republican votes for every Democrat vote
    • Tennessee
    • Republicans | 854,470
    • Trump
    • 332,703
    • 38.94%
    • Cruz
    • 211,157
    • 24.71%
    • Rubio
    • 180,992
    • 21.18%
    • Carson
    • 64,844
    • 7.59%
    • Kasich
    • 45,243
    • 5.29%
    • Democrats | 371,078
    • Clinton
    • 245,302
    • 66.11%
    • Sanders
    • 120,335
    • 32.43%
    • +483,932 votes for the Democrats
      2.3 Republican votes for every Democrat vote
    • Virginia
    • Republicans | 1,024,933
    • Trump
    • 355,961
    • 34.73%
    • Rubio
    • 327,045
    • 31.91%
    • Cruz
    • 173,191
    • 16.9%
    • Kasich
    • 96,519
    • 9.42%
    • Carson
    • 60,091
    • 5.86%
    • Democrats | 782,891
    • Clinton
    • 503,356
    • 64.29%
    • Sanders
    • 275,509
    • 35.19%
    • +242,042 votes for the Republicans
      1.30 Republican votes for every Democrat vote
    • Vermont
    • Republicans | 61,022
    • Trump
    • 19,969
    • 32.72%
    • Kasich
    • 18,543
    • 30.39%
    • Rubio
    • 11,781
    • 19.31%
    • Cruz
    • 5,927
    • 9.71%
    • Carson
    • 2,542
    • 4.17%
    • Democrats | 134,564
    • Sanders
    • 115,865
    • 86.10%
    • Clinton
    • 18,333
    • 13.62%
    • +74,542 votes for the Democrats
      2.2 Democrat votes for every Republican vote

*Candidates who did not score at least 2% were not included in the charts above. These votes are still included in the overall totals. We will be completing our analysis and adding to this article as the primary races unfold.

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Mission

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To Shine a Light and Promote Critical Thinking

CitizenOP.com (short for ‘operation’) is the collaborative effort of 4 everyday Americans who’ve had it with the lies being promoted by the mainstream media. Our main objective is to shine a light and promote critical thinking in a world overwhelmed by the entrenched interests of a corrupt power elite.

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