Bernie Sanders Believes He Can Win 2020 By Explaining Socialism!

Article by Bryan Howard

March 18, 2019

Crazy Commie Bernie Sanders held an interview with NPR about his 2020 campaign. Bernie Sanders was asked about his Socialist stances and how the GOP are using it as a weapon. Sanders claimed that he feels the best way to win is to explain Socialism better.

Sanders Stated, “I think what we have to do, and I will be doing it, is to do a better job maybe in explaining what we mean by socialism — democratic socialism. Obviously, my right-wing colleagues here want to paint that as authoritarianism and communism and Venezuela, and that’s nonsense.”

Sanders continued, “What I mean by democratic socialism is that I want a vibrant democracy. I find it interesting that people who criticize me are busy actively involved in voter suppression trying to keep people of color or low-income people from voting, because they don’t want a vibrant democracy. I do.

Sanders concluded, “Second of all, what it means, Rachel, is that in the wealthiest country in the history of the world we can provide a decent standard of living for all about people. That’s just the reality. That’s not Utopian dreaming; that is a reality. Health care for all can be done and we can save money in doing it. We can have a minimum wage which is a living wage, and I’m delighted to see that you know, right now, five states already passed fifteen dollars an hour minimum wage. The House of Representatives is gonna do it. We have got to do that.”

It doesn’t seem to ring into Sanders we Conservatives understand exactly what he is explaining and proposing. Sanders is proposing nothing shy of what every Communist nation before has proposed.

Sanders continued in his interview discussing his views of reparations.

” … Not if it means just a cash payment or a check to families. I would not support that. . . . I am sympathetic to an idea brought forth by Congressman Jim Clyburn. . . . And he has what he calls a 10-20-30 plan, which says that 10 percent of federal resources should go to communities that have had 20 percent levels of poverty for 30 years. In other words, the most distressed communities in America … “

It is likely Bernie Sanders will win his primary in 2020 and fail miserably in a national election against President Trump. We should cheer on Bernie Sanders to win the Democrat primary because he will make a fool of himself and the entire Democrat party on the national stage.