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The Bernie paradox and how he's helping the deep state

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posted on Jun, 30 2020 @ 11:47 PM
Lets get this clear first and foremost before we begin.

Bernard Sanders, born 1941 to Elias and Dorothy in Brooklyn, NY, is N-O-T a socialist or anything close. Because he has ideas, in which he doesn't personally believe, doesn't make him anything BUT an actor. A man with more homes than lives, more money than pockets, more food than stomachs, this is N-O-T a socialist man.



The DNC election rages between Clinton and Sanders. As the party backs the Clinton campaign, a popular outcry for progressive policies ensues, a thirst still unquenched by the Obama-era administration with promises of progressive policies, but delivering short of expectation. They get behind the "socialist" Sanders. Sanders stood to take the nomination when alas, the super delegates came to Clintons rescue. Following, Sanders implored all his followers to get behind Clinton and that his ticket for 2016 was over. He sold the progressive crowd out, but no one knew.

He compelled millions of angry Americans to vote, once again, to keep the two party system in power. Rather than forming a 3rd (or 4th party, which we will get to), they fell in line. The day we break the 2 party system, we will break the strangle hold of one parties power over the country with the other to soon follow, after becoming drunk with power in their "enemies" absence.

Fast forward a little, 2020.

As the DNC election rages between all the parties, everyone eventually drops out except Sanders, Biden and Warren. Lets break that down, Warren and Sanders are almost identical when it comes to their "proposed policies", progressive and far left. Biden on the other hand is really the only centrist, or close to it, to debate on stage. He's also senile, a great opportunity for the party to cram their agenda down his throat. So with Warren, Sanders and Biden still in the race, Warren, just like the 3rd party situation we were talking about, took steam away from Sanders considering their policies were identical. She made him split the progressive vote, while Biden blew through, although with little support, just enough to breeze past the split progressives vote.

Now, just like back in 2016, he's getting behind Biden too, stopping a new grass roots political party from being formed.

Okay okay, now replace Bernie Sanders with Donald Trump. And Progressives with Libertarians. See how the system has us following them like sheep?

Any Republican reading this, who isn't ashamed of what their party has become and stands for, you should be embarrassed for yourself. The Republican party is just as bad as the Democratic party. Trump sold all the Libertarians right down the river as well.
edit on 30-6-2020 by JoeGee because: (no reason given)

posted on Jul, 1 2020 @ 12:23 AM
a reply to: JoeGee

Trump sold all the Libertarians right down the river as well.
So in retaliation they recruit John Bolton?

posted on Jul, 1 2020 @ 12:27 AM
a reply to: JoeGee
You think Bernie's followers have figured out what you eloquently shared in your Opening Post?

There must be a reason why they're not angry about Joe Biden stealing the nomination from Bernie Sanders.

But I can't figure out why. They were beyond angry when Hillary screwed Bernie.

posted on Jul, 1 2020 @ 01:59 AM
"Buyout Bernie" political actor for hire .

posted on Jul, 1 2020 @ 02:07 AM
it was a hilarious moment when he buckled, took a knee and su**** Biden's cojones, and urged his voters to do the same. I was amazed. That guy...unreal.

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