C O L L U I O N
- secret or illegal cooperation or conspiracy, especially in order to cheat or deceive Sanders and voters.
"the DNCC chairwoman has been exposed in emails working in collusion with Hillary Clinton"
- Lawillegal cooperation and conspiracy between Hillary Clinton and DNCC Staff.
CORRUPTION AT IT'S FINESTCRIMINALS COME TOGETHERT H E G R E A T D I V I D E R ST H E G R E A T E S T L I A R SD E M O C R A T E S S H A L L R E M A I N D I V I D E DC L I N T O N /S A N D E R S L O S E V O T E S T O T R U M P
- DNCC CHAIR DEBBIE WASSERMAN SCHULTZ FIRED AS RACIST AND LEWD EMAILS ARE EXPOSED
- CLINTON AND SCHULTZ RIGGED DNCC VOTES AGAINST SANDERS
- SANDERS SUPPORTERS WILL NOT SUPPORT CLINTON
- CLINTON & DNCC EMAILS DEFAME WOMAN, BLACKS, LATINOS, MORE
- WATCH CHANGE THAT MATTERS AND DNCC CONVENTION FAIL
- SANDER'S SUPPORTERS PROTESTING AGAINST CRIMINAL CLINTON
CRIMINAL - CORRUPTION - COLLUSIONcor·ruptkəˈrəpt/adjectiveadjective: corrupt
verbverb: corrupt; 3rd person present: corrupts; past tense: corrupted; past participle: corrupted; gerund or present participle: corrupting
- 1.having or showing a willingness to act dishonestly in return for money or personal gain.
"unscrupulous logging companies assisted by corrupt officials"
synonyms: dishonest, unscrupulous, dishonorable, unprincipled, unethical, amoral, untrustworthy, venal, underhanded, double-dealing, fraudulent, bribable, criminal, illegal, unlawful, nefarious; More
- evil or morally depraved.
"the play can do no harm since its audience is already corrupt"
synonyms: immoral, depraved, degenerate, reprobate, vice-ridden, perverted, debauched, dissolute, dissipated, bad, wicked, evil, base, sinful, ungodly, unholy, irreligious, profane, impious, impure;
"a corrupt society"
- archaic(of organic or inorganic matter) in a state of decay; rotten or putrid.
"a corrupt and rotting corpse"
- 2.(of a text or a computer database or program) made unreliable by errors or alterations.
1.cause to act dishonestly in return for money or personal gain.
"there is a continuing fear of firms corrupting politicians in the search for contracts"
2.change or debase by making errors or unintentional alterations.
"Epicurus's teachings have since been much corrupted"synonyms:alter, tamper with, interfere with, bastardize, debase, adulterate