Need your help: Pooling resources (links to evidence) on the how the 2016 primary was slanted against Sanders

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As you can see on the Wikipedia article on the 2016 primary – if you spend 5–10 minutes looking at the article and its edit history – there is a constant effort by some individuals to make it read as though it was a fair primary with no unaddressed controversies. Among others, username "Avial Cloffprunker" has been working the page since at least early spring this year, and every single one of their notable edits has been to downplay controversy and end every mention of it with "but it was dismissed" or something similar.

When even the Wikipedia page on the subject is the way it is, it honestly makes me question if I'm part of a minority conspiracy myself, despite living through all the shenanigans in 2015 and 2016. Wikipedia is usually my go-to resource when trying to find a relatively impartial view on something. This has huge implications on the people's view of Bernie deserving a real shot at winning in 2020, and possibly the DNC's views on how much they can get away with next time.

So, to all of you who lived the primary through with me, please reply with credible (as much as possible) resources and accounts of what happened in the 2016 primary. It would be great if they were good enough to be used on Wikipedia in a way that motivated people can't discredit the sources or reply with dismissals.

Many thanks for reading.

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Lying to Congress is a federal crime. The FBI must examine the veracity of Kavanaugh’s statements under oath in addition to the sexual assault allegations against him. Kavanaugh’s truthfulness with the Senate goes to the very heart of whether he should be confirmed to the court. – Bernie

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Lying to Congress is a federal crime. The FBI must examine the veracity of Kavanaugh’s statements under oath in addition to the sexual assault allegations against him. Kavanaugh's truthfulness with the Senate goes to the very heart of whether he should be confirmed to the court. - Bernie submitted by /u/Greg06897
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The 6 top Republicans on Senate Judiciary, who will likely question Dr. Ford on Monday, all voted against the Violence Against Women Act in 2013

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The Violence Against Women Act of 2013 was passed by a 78-22 vote in the Senate. All of these GOP Senators from Senate Judiciary were among the small minority opposing it:

Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) Orrin Hatch (R-UT) Lindsey Graham (R-SC) Jon Cornyn (R-TX) Mike Lee (R-UT) Ted Cruz (R-TX)

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