I guess you can call this blind love.
Nina Turner, a Bernie Sanders surrogate joined a CNN panel to blast Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, which we have no problem with, and defend candidate Bernie Sanders.
It’s so hard for me to watch the black community fall under the socialist spell of Sanders who continues to talk about free education, free healthcare, free whatever. Sooner or later there is going to be a reckoning and Sanders won’t be able to recover.
I know Clinton is bad, but Sanders is worse. This defender thinks Sanders brings NEW leadership, but the old dude has been in the Senate since 1991.
From Washington Free Beacon:
CNN host Carol Costello called out Bernie Sanders surrogate Nina Turner on Wednesday for referring to the 74-year-old U.S. Senator as a “a new type of leadership.”
Sanders (I., Vt.) has been in Congress since 1991, serving in the House of Representatives from then until he was elected to the Senate in 2006. He was re-elected in 2012.
“He has been a consistent warrior for the people in this country, Carol, and that is what people are looking for,” Turner said. “A new type of leadership that will stand up and say enough is enough, and that the working class and middle class in this country deserve—”
“I’m just confused when you say about new leadership, because Bernie Sanders has been in the [Congress] an awfully long time,” Costello said.
Now I know you were probably confused just as much as Costello was, but that’s what happens when you have talking points you have to get out to before you forget them.
Sanders is not new. Sanders is part of the system, the machine that has hurt Americans and this country will never be able to restart and fix itself until these dinosaurs either face a political stone age or the people just give up and quit.
Do you think this supporter knows anything about Sanders’ history in the Senate or just what she read before going on this interview? Do you think a person like this is dangerous giving out information without checking its validity?
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