Like most progressives, Sen. Bernie Sanders is as hypocritical as they come.
It all started with a tweet from Vice, encouraging people to check out the homes of the ‘super wealthy’…
— VICE (@VICE) February 14, 2018
Don't just weep. Fight for a progressive agenda to reduce income and wealth inequality. https://t.co/82CR7tO9di
— Bernie Sanders (@SenSanders) February 14, 2018
You have 3 houses https://t.co/uvhgDUq82H
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) February 14, 2018
He said with millions of dollars in reserve from his last campaign, three nice houses, and trouble with the Fed for bank fraud. https://t.co/V1J2DdNmci
— Brandon Morse (@TheBrandonMorse) February 14, 2018
Have to admit this is a little ironic given you own three homes… https://t.co/BTJfjE2ZUY
— Ryan (@ryanmemphis) February 14, 2018
This is rich coming from a guy with Three homes and wife under fire for Bank Fraud! https://t.co/agz6DI0PDL
— BillBrown (@alshabob2) February 14, 2018
Basically he is saying you should want to steal from other ppl instead of going out and making it for yourself. Like how he stole from ppl for his third house https://t.co/hEtfbMPVd9
— Mujahed Kobbe (@Moj_kobe) February 14, 2018
Fine, give us your summer house. Really any one of the 3 you have. https://t.co/vd06KKMNf0
— Lone Conservative (@LoConservative) February 14, 2018
More on Bernie, per VPR:
Sen. Bernie Sanders has encouraged young people to get involved in politics, and one Vermonter has answered that call — by challenging the sitting senator for his place in the U.S. Senate.
Thirty-seven-year-old Brad Peacock, an organic vegetable farmer in Shaftsbury, is an independent candidate for the U.S. Senate.
He strongly believes that health care is a right and not a privilege. He’s worried that important domestic social programs are being threatened by Republican leaders in Congress, and he’s very concerned about the global impact of climate change.
Silly, silly, Bernie.
Anyone would be a better bet in the Senate than him, right?