With the Democratic party going totally off the rails following Hillary’s implosion there has never been a better time for the extremists to make one big push to turn America into a socialist country and those efforts got a boost on Tuesday when Bernie Sanders made it official that he is seeking the presidency.
In normal times, Sanders was widely regarded as a crank and relegated to the fringes but after Barack Obama used his eight years in office to destroy the cohesive fabric that held this nation together with his insidious race-baiting and Mrs. Clinton took any remaining vestiges of legitimacy down as her campaign sank like the Titanic, the American Lenin saw his opening.
Having run a surprisingly competitive race against the widely despised Hillary, Bernie would likely have won the 2016 nomination were it not for a DNC stacked with Clinton crime family cronies like Debbie Wasserman Schultz and despite him puckering up to plant his pursed lips on her sweaty fat ass at the convention in Philly, Bernie was scheming for the future.
With a fiercely loyal base of supporters not unlike the old Bolshevists, Sanders marketed his socialism to the young and dopey, entitled millennials gobbled it up while the unproductive useless eaters clamored for free stuff.
Sensing that it was perfect timing with candidates like Kamala Harris and Cory Booker having been indelibly stained by their labeling of the Jussie Smollett hate hoax as a “lynching” and now having to defend themselves, the canny old codger saw his opening and jumped in.
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Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is giving it another go, launching a second campaign for the White House four years after surprising Democrats with a strong bid for the party’s 2016 nomination.
“We began the political revolution in the 2016 campaign, and now it’s time to move that revolution forward,” the independent senator told Vermont Public Radio in an interview airing Tuesday morning.
But this 2020 bid will undoubtedly be a very different presidential campaign than his quest for the Democratic nomination as an underdog in 2016. Sanders enters the race as a top contender who, along with former Vice President Joe Biden, tops most early polls, far outpacing other Democratic candidates in support and name identification.
It’s a sharp contrast from when Sanders seemingly came out of nowhere to surprise the political class — and at times himself — by winning several key primaries against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Buoyed by a big early win in New Hampshire, Sanders fought Clinton for the Democratic nomination through the final June contests, drawing tens of thousands of supporters to rallies in the process.
With shrill taco bar revolutionary Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez acting as his carnival barker, Comrade Bernie just may be able to overcome being a white man in a party that has become hostile to them and emerge with the nomination – the revolution is here.
Now that Bernie is officially in which sets up a titanic battle to save the Republic that is for essentially our American battle of Armageddon: if we lose, we’re finished.