The man who should be President and knows he never will be
Bernie Sanders is holding rallies in cities across the country — not to stump for candidates but to broadcast ordinary people’s struggles, build enthusiasm for the labor movement, and promote pride among the working class. That’s exactly what we need.Bernie Sanders Is Rallying to Build Working-Class Power
Bernie Sanders, who’s fighting to pass his ambitious $3.5 trillion reconciliation bill in the Senate, spent the past weekend on the road, doing something his Democratic colleagues seldom do: selling his ideas in swing states.
No wonder there are shortages of workers at the wages and working conditions employers are willing to offer. If you believe in its omniscience, the market is signaling corporations and businesses that employers must offer more.
Senator Bernie Sanders blasted Trump’s refusal to sign the negotiated COVID relief plan because ‘we have a pathologically narcissistic in the White House.”Bernie Sanders Blasts Trump: ‘What The President Is Doing Right Now Is Unbelievably Cruel’ | Crooks and Liars
Over the next 48 days, let us do all we can to deliver a decisive victory for Joe Biden on November 3. And once we do that, let us remain vigilant to see to it that Trump allows for the peaceful transition of power.The Possibility That Trump Will Not Voluntarily Leave | The Smirking Chimp
Donald Trump is a pathological liar. According to documented reports he has told more than 20,000 lies and distortions since he has been president. This is, obviously, deeply disturbing behavior for anyone who is president of the United States.
Bernie Sanders didn’t just put forward a set of progressive policies that we can fight for — he showed us that a completely different way of doing politics was possible.
There is NOTHING Straight about the US Media (ODT)
But Bernie is the only internationalist in the race. He’s been outspoken in criticizing the US war machine, working across party lines to end the war in Yemen and even criticizing past US interventions in Latin America. Though he hasn’t been as radical on immigration as some supporters would like, he’s articulated a clear critique of Trump’s cruel policies. Compared to 2016, he has been far bolder about identifying as a person from a working-class immigrant family, raised by people who faced genocide abroad as well as poverty and discrimination in their chosen country.
It’s no surprise that he’s enormously popular among American Muslims and Latinos. While Trump’s war on immigrants is intended to appeal to provincial elites who disdain the global poor, and to divide the white American working class from its immigrant counterparts, Bernie’s support of immigrants represents a genuine socialist solidarity with the international working class.
In stump speeches made in January, Trump mentioned Sanders’s name — or, as Trump refers to him, “Crazy Bernie” — eight times as often as Biden.
Trump, if he wants to get serious about Sanders, may need to come up with a more effective nickname for the unorthodox independent senator from Vermont. “Crazy Bernie,” like Trump’s “Crazy Nancy” for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, is the name Trump resorts to for political rivals he doesn’t know how to handle.
This step would be very bad for ExxonMobile and the Koch brothers, but would be very, very good, for everyone else on earth.
“Trump describes the free media as an ‘enemy of the people’; attacks leaders of democratic countries while cozying up to authoritarian nations; and now uses his influence to try to stop the counting of votes in Florida and Georgia,” Sanders wrote, referring to the president’s demand earlier this week that Florida immediately end its legally required recount and declare the GOP candidates he endorsed the winners.
“There is only one way to describe him: Authoritarian,” the Vermont senator added.
“Today is a good day for Putin and the oligarchs in Russia. It is a bad day for people in the United States and all over the world who believe in democracy and who are trying to understand what world our idiot president lives in.”
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In an interview with Chris Hayes, the Academy Award-winning actress denounced the premise that Hillary Clinton would represent people over her big-money backers as “naive and egotistical.”
The Vermont senator has spent his life fighting for progressive causes. As the world braces for a Trump presidency, Sanders shows no signs of slowing down.
And now for the what might have been: They are saying Bernie Sanders would have done Donald Trump like a dinner.
With 546 Democratic delegates available, California is the single most influential state this primary season – but things are far more complicated than they seem
Noam Chomsky confirmed that Bernie Sanders’ policy ideas aren’t radical — in fact, a wide majority of Americans support them.
Democrat Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has responded to a threat from Donald Trump supporters to disrupt his future rallies, setting up a simple IQ test at the entrance to each event.
A spokesperson for the Sanders campaign said she did not expect the new measure to create lengthy delays. “This will be a very straightforward process. We’ll ask each person entering the event a single question – maybe a times table problem, or naming a country outside of the US. And then if you get the answer correct, you just come straight in as usual,” she said.
“Think of it like checking your bags before you enter a sports game. We’ll have everyone inside as quickly as possible”.
How the insurgent challenger for the Democratic nomination went from slamming Israeli violence to excusing it.
Panic now grips the Clinton campaign. Polls show Bernie Sanders surging to a dramatic lead in New Hampshire and closing in Iowa.
Senator would receive backing of 41% of Democrats to Clinton’s 32% as Clinton holds shrinking lead in Iowa, NBC finds