Photo: Former Los Angeles District 12 Council Member Mitchell Englander By Ulrike Salazar On Monday, agents with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) arrested former Los Angeles City Councilman Mitchell Englander. The arrest comes over a year after federal agents raided the city office and home of conniving City Councilman José Huizar as part of an ongoing federal investigation into political corruption. Englander, former Council … Continue reading LOS ANGELES: Former City Councilman Arrested on Corruption Charges
PHOTO: Election Boycott actions in Austin, Texas and Charlotte, North Carolina By Jakob Stein On this ‘Super Tuesday,’ revolutionaries in Austin, Texas and Charlotte, North Carolina carried out several actions in support of the ongoing election boycott campaign. The campaign is aimed at transforming the already existing large-scale voter abstention into an active movement for revolution by steering the masses away from the dead-end of … Continue reading Super Tuesday of the Imperialist Electoral Farce
Photo: Pete Buttigieg flees Fight for $15 event after workers turn against him By Miriam Cordova Editor’s Note: Shortly after this article was published, reports surfaced that Pete Buttigieg will be dropping out of the Democratic Presidential race. Yesterday, Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg lost decisively in the South Carolina primary to former Vice-President Joe Biden. Receiving only eight percent of the primary vote, his … Continue reading CHARLESTON: Buttigieg Fares Poorly in Primary, Black Workers Force Early Departure from Photo-Op
Photo: Various acts of vandalism against Mike Bloomberg’s presidential campaign offices around the US By Jakob Stein On Thursday, Michael Bloomberg’s Austin presidential campaign office was seen entirely covered with red and yellow graffiti, including revolutionary slogans such as ‘Elections No! Revolution Yes!’, hammers and sickles, and multiple smashed windows. The action against Bloomberg’s Austin office comes after a wave of vandalism against his campaign’s … Continue reading Bloomberg Campaign Offices Targeted Across US with Paint, Rocks, Masses’ Anger
PHOTO: Photos of campaign signs with Election Boycott Slogans and Hammer and Sickle (Source: @HeidiSloanforTX twitter) By Robert Madrone Note: This article has been updated to include photos Incendiary received of an election boycott banner drop that occurred on Thursday morning. On Thursday, politician Heidi Sloan posted photos on her twitter page of campaign signs that had been painted with election boycott messages, hammers and … Continue reading AUSTIN: Election Boycott Targets Campaign Signs, DSA Politician Cries Suppression
Photo: Pete Buttigieg, presidential candidate and former Mayor of South Bend, Indiana By the Michiana Incendiary Support Committee Editor’s Note: We are pleased to share a statement written by a brand new Incendiary Support Committee based out of a region of Northern Indiana, known to locals as Michiana, making a clear call to uphold the 2020 Election Boycott. With the Democratic primaries coming up, and … Continue reading Indiana Dispatch: Mayor Pete and Elections, No! Revolution, Yes!
Photo: Media filing center in Des Moines, screen reads “Results Coming Soon” By Mike Talavera What was supposed to be an inspiring kickoff to the 2020 Democratic Presidential Primary has ended in a train wreck that has worsened people’s already weak confidence in the US election process. As the Iowa Caucus wrapped up Monday night, a few seemingly sporadic errors in reporting turned into a … Continue reading Electoral Farce Fails to Launch as First Presidential Primary Results Shrouded in Chaos