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How do Central Americans have anything to do with what Sander's said about white people?
... [former publisher of Campaigns & Elections Magazine James] O’Brien has analyzed the financial status of Sanders and his wife, including their financial disclosure report, and has concluded they have a net worth in the range of $1.2 to $1.5 million, not the $700,000 or less that is usually reported by the media. (snip)
… his wife, Jane O’Meara Sanders, left her position as president of Burlington College under controversial circumstances and is now being accused of federal bank fraud. She left her position at the college and was given a severance package known as a “golden parachute” that also benefited Senator Sanders’ personal wealth.
originally posted by: IAMTAT
On Super Tuesday 85% of the Democrat 'Black Vote' went to Hillary...15% went to Bernie.
According to Bernie, white people may not know what it's like to be poor...but black people who (also according to Sanders) DO know what it's like to be poor, obviously think Hillary Clinton will do a better job than he will.
originally posted by: Malynn
Seriously? Not one person read the full transcript of his remark or wants to talk about what he actually said? This is so typical lol It's like if he had said:
"...and I also want to talk to you today about the way white people suck the despair right out of society."
The first thing an ATS conservative would do would be to create a new thread titled: BERNIE SANDERS SAID WHITE PEOPLE SUCK!
Brady C. Toensing, a partner with the law firm of diGenova & Toensing, has filed a legal complaint with federal authorities requesting an investigation into apparent federal bank fraud committed by Ms. Sanders. His complaint was sent to Eric S. Miller, the U.S. Attorney for the District of Vermont, and Fred W. Gibson, Jr., Acting Inspector General with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
O’Brien says that Sanders’ financial disclosure forms are incomplete. “For someone who doesn’t care about money, he goes a long way to cover up his true net worth,” he says. “Bernie does not disclose the value of real estate holdings. He can. He is not required to, but he could if he chose. It is known that he and/or his wife own at least two homes—one with rental income in Vermont and one near Capitol Hill where the median home value is $722,000.”
Poor Sanders is not soo poor after all, beside that is also the allegations of fraud against his wife.