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This Comedian Nails Bernie Sanders’ Economic Nonsense

Whether it be complaining about the corporations sending jobs overseas while simultaneously arguing that they should be taxed 90%, claiming that an open-immigration is a right wing “Koch Brothers conspiracy,” or pushing for a $15 an hour minimum wage, most of us are familiar to some extent with the insanity of Bernie Sanders.

For me, the Sanders claim that takes the cake is one he made criticizing one of the great benefits of capitalism — consumer choice. To quote Sanders, “You don’t necessarily need a choice of 23 underarm spray deodorants or of 18 different pairs of sneakers when children are hungry in this country.”

Apparently in the world of Bernie Sanders, deodorant choice is the leading cause of poverty in this country. I wasn’t the only one to think this claim was worthy of mockery. Reason.TV comedian Remy has put together his own humorous response. Watch below:

H/T: Vox

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3 Comments

  1. Sue says:

    Lame and very poor satire in an attempt to discredit Bernie Sanders? Seriously? Who wrote this crap? Oh wait – Pay attention to the source – owned by Intermarkets Inc. From the ‘About Us’ section of this site: “… Intermarkets is also the exclusive ad sales representative for some of America’s top political and commentary websites including the iconic Drudge Report, NewsBusters.org, AnnCoulter.com, CNSNews.com, and ThePoliticalInsider.com.” Well, that explains everything. Fail.

  2. EuroYankee says:

    The funniest thing I ever heard Bernie Sanders say was:

    “Today the top one-tenth of 1 percent of our nation owns almost as much wealth as the bottom 90 percent combined. ”

    ROFL!!! I mean, as if there was anything wrong with that!! 🙂

  3. EuroYankee says:

    Haha!! Get it! It’s funny because 15 million kids are hungry in America, and 22% of children live below the poverty line! Hilarious! And Bernie wants to do something about it! Even more funny. Everyone knows there is nothing to be done. Trying to reduce child poverty and child hunger would be like trying to reduce consumer choice for deodorants. Funny!!

    So what’s next? Tying the 140,000 homeless children in the US to the wide selection of sports shoes on the market? C’mon!! I know you can do it! This is funny stuff!! Hahahahah.

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