Face it: Bernie Sanders is the Antifa, Freedom Inc.,
Progressive Dane, Derail the Jail candidate.
UPDATE: The Marquette Law School opinion poll out today (02-27-2020) shows Bernie Sanders favored by 29% of Democrat respondents — up from 17% in November. Mike Bloomberg now has the second-most support at 17% — leapfrogging Joe Biden whose support at 15% dropped by half.
Trump’s popularity also remains stable in Wisconsin, according to the poll, with his job approval and disapproval tied at 48% — the first time the President’s approval has not been below his level of disapproval. In a head-to-head matchup, Sanders and Trump were statistically tied.
POLITICO is reporting that Bernie Sanders supporters are harassing other Democrats with late-night bullhorn protests.
One [recent] incident and three others in recent days come at a time when some Democrats and rival campaigns say Sanders’ supporters are engaged in harassment and bullying, both online and in person. His opponents have increasingly highlighted examples and argued that Sanders has allowed a toxic culture to fester among his fans.
- ‘Block her in’: Sanders supporters swarm Illinois Democratic congressional candidate’s car — Washington Examiner.
- Ava Duvernay allegedly receiving threats from Bernie Sanders supporters — Read more.
- “If Bernie doesn’t get the nomination or it goes to a second round at the DNC Convention, f—ing Milwaukee will burn,” Kyle Jurek, a paid field organizer for the Sander’s campaign in Iowa, said in one video.
Sanders was an outright Communist sympathizer
Sanders was not a liberal during the Cold War, i.e. someone who favored arms control, peace talks, and opposed support for anti-Communist movements. He was an outright Communist sympathizer, meaning he was always willing to overlook or excuse the crimes of regimes like Cuba and Nicaragua; always ready to suggest that only American hostility forced them to, among other things, arrest their opposition, expel priests, and dispense with elections.
[Sanders said on CBS’ 60 Minutes] “When Fidel Castro came into office, you know what he did? He had a massive literacy program. Is that a bad thing?”
Actually, the first thing Castro did upon seizing power (note Sanders’s whitewashing term “came into office”) was to march 600 of Fulgencio Batista’s supporters into two of the island’s largest prisons, La Cabana and Santa Clara. Over the next five months, after rigged trials, they were shot.
Next, Castro announced that scheduled elections would be postponed indefinitely. The island is still waiting. Within months, he began to close independent newspapers, even some that had supported him during the insurgency. All religious colleges were shuttered in May 1961, their property confiscated by the state.