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Fresh update on "bernie sanders" discussed on Investors Edge

Investors Edge

00:37 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bernie sanders" discussed on Investors Edge

"At least taking your foot off the pedal. Why? There is something in economics one. Oh one book any handbook that states too much money chasing too few goods. Inflation. Shows the seeds. Yet Jay Powell is taking no blame. He's blaming the pandemic and shorting a products because of the pandemic and came out too quickly and people are back and this and that not a word. That he's a big cause. So here are a couple of things I want each and every one of you to watch and very closely. Number one. First and foremost. Is the 10 year yield. Closed at 1.569 today. Up seven pips. They call it If it gets above two. And gets out of hand that will be forcing Powell's hand. I wonder if he's been a part of buying this bond. To tamp down yields. As of recent, I wouldn't put it past him. Remember? They have no accountability. There's no audits. No nothing. You think? That Joe Biden was the most powerful person on earth. It's Jay Powell. You thought Donald Trump was the most powerful person for four years? It's Jay Powell. But he is also The undoing. We have just given you numbers. Let me leave you before we go to the market wrap with the last numbers. And I want you to listen carefully. This is repetition. Today. This rainy day in central Florida. Over 1.5 billion of our tax dollars are hard earned tax dollars that we give to the Treasury. To go towards The furthering of our country. Is going towards interest on the debt they created throughout the years. Let me repeat that. $1.5 billion. And grows every day. Interest. This is not made up. I am not from the onion. So that does not go towards The elderly. The downtrodden and the poor, the Children at risk. The roads, the bridges the highways. To climate change. It goes towards nothing. On the debt they created. Today and every day going forward, it gets bigger. $3 billion. Is added to our debt. Even though Donald Trump lied and said he would do something about it. Even though Barack Obama lied and said he'd do something about it, even though George Bush lines that he's a conservative My arse. And now, unfortunately, we get the worst of all worlds. We voted in Bernie Sanders. No, that's not a joke. All the policy proposals from Joe Biden. I would expect from Bernie Sanders, if not left of Bernie Sanders, which if it gets through Instead of three billion a day going towards our dead It will be six billion and God only knows how much we're going to be paying on interest. But that will be for another day. So that is my story. On Jay Powell, who decided to report the news that he was wrong on For the last few months. And that is, prices are going up in a lot of them are sticking. A very bad tax on the lower income and middle class. I can promise you if I go to Chipotle today. And pay 5% extra. For the usual Double chicken bowl with brown rice. Mild Cornyn lettuce. It's not going to bother me. Lower income and middle class. They have to think twice. Poultry all time high soybean, seven year high corn five year high lumber skyrocketed Did the Eiffel Tower came down a lot, but it's still double from the pandemic. Went skyrocketing use cars. Prices skyrocketing..

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Children of Immigrants Are Being Taught To Hate Our Country

Mark Levin

02:08 min | 2 d ago

Children of Immigrants Are Being Taught To Hate Our Country

"Are coming into this country as immigrants. They're being taught to hate our country. The fact that they or their parents escaped the cultures in the countries. Obviously from which they came. To come to this country, presumably for a better life. Means that we, the American citizen who's here. Have a right to expect allegiance to our country. And support for the culture, the most diverse culture on the face of the earth by the way. We cannot survive. Balkanized in tribal lives like this, where people bring their own cultural hate. Into this country. And then intend to do what with it. We'll conquer the other cultures. They don't want diversity. They won't control. They want compliance. They want adherence. This is a disgrace. The school board member The fact that she was elected is a disgrace. And the fact that the rest of the school board members won't do a damn thing about it because most if not all number of Democrats Tells you all you need to know. The Democrat Party is the Is the sieve through which this is occurring nationally statewide and on local school boards. The teachers union. As I've talked about now, for a long time, the National Education Association American Federation for Teachers I don't have any allegiance to this country. I didn't say the teachers. I said the union. They don't have any allegiance to this country. They demonstrated it last year during the virus, and they demonstrated now. And the fact that she campaigned for Bernie Sanders in a big way. I should tell you a lot. Again about the Democrat Party. Bernie Sanders has looked at it. You know, he's an old nice enough guy. He's a dangerous Communist. That's what he is.

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Fresh update on "bernie sanders" discussed on Investors Edge

Investors Edge

00:36 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bernie sanders" discussed on Investors Edge

"So that does not go towards The elderly. The downtrodden and the poor, the Children at risk. The roads, the bridges the highways. To climate change. It goes towards nothing. On the debt they created. Today and every day going forward, it gets bigger. $3 billion. Is added to our debt. Even though Donald Trump lied and said he would do something about it. Even though Barack Obama lied and said he'd do something about it. Even though George Bush line said he is a conservative off My arse. And now, unfortunately, we get the worst of all worlds. We voted in Bernie Sanders. No, that's not a joke. All the policy proposals from Joe Biden. I would expect from Bernie Sanders, if not left of Bernie Sanders, which if it gets through Instead of three billion a day going towards our dead, it'll be six billion And God only knows how much we're going to be paying on interest. But that will be for another day. So that is my story. On Jay Powell, who decided to report the news that he was wrong on For the last few months. And that is, prices are going up in a lot of them are sticking. A very bad tax on the lower income and middle class. I can promise you if I go to Chipotle today. And pay 5% extra. For the usual Double chicken bowl with brown rice. Mild corned in lettuce. It's not going to bother me. Lower income and middle class. They have to think twice. Poultry all time high soybean, seven year high corn five year high lumber skyrocketed Did the Eiffel Tower came down a lot, but it's still double from the pandemic. Went skyrocketing use cars, prices skyrocketing. We already know about health insurance and education..

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Calling out Crony Capitalism by BLM Co-Founder Patrisse Cullors, Sen. Bernie Sanders

The Dan Bongino Show

02:13 min | 5 d ago

Calling out Crony Capitalism by BLM Co-Founder Patrisse Cullors, Sen. Bernie Sanders

"Responding to your invitation for left the call about the the L N leader who's behaving like a capitalist. Yeah, please do Okay, I agree with your criticism, but I think it's trivial. My criticism of her as a Marxist, I think has profound. The reason that your I think your criticism is trivial. Is because in exposing her hypocrisy, you're showing that using that, actually no more hypocritical than conservative businessman who chased government purchase orders. I never heard of one turning one down because it will increase the national debt. And I never heard what was one turning one down because it will grow govern. Have you Okay, Jim? Fair enough. That's fair criticism and I do appreciate what you're in Reno, you said. I'm in Henderson. And that's my trivia. Okay, if you want to hear the profound markets wait, wait. Hold on, because we're we don't want to cut you off, and I have a break coming up in about a minute. But I want to counter that. I don't agree with you at all. What we're talking about here is allegiance and fidelity to principles. Conservatives like myself. Call out crony capitalism all the time, Jim. Matter of fact, we even have a name for it. You know what it is? Crony capitalism. Some people call it crap. It'll is, um I prefer crony capitalism because that's not actually capitalism and capitalism really isn't an ISM. Capitalism is effectively an agreement on a price instead of instead of rationing, the ability to trade your labor for a wage and the ability to own private property. I believe in those principles for you and me. So conservatives suggesting somehow conservatives, um give a wink and a nod to crony capitalism is inauthentic, And that's not a genuine criticism because it's not true. No real conservative, I know puts a head nod to that. Secondly, the woman claims to be a Marxist and claims to have principles as well. But doesn't live her life according to those principles and criticizes others who live by alternate principles like capitalism, So I don't get what your criticism is. We were basically what I'm getting at here is we have fidelity to our cause. Yet Marxist don't have Fidelity, either. There is. Bernie Sanders owns three homes.

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Fresh update on "bernie sanders" discussed on Hammer and Nigel

Hammer and Nigel

00:32 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bernie sanders" discussed on Hammer and Nigel

"To go see Jeff Fox, where they stay on the line. Take a double Take care of you, okay? Thank you. You got it. So big Nige. I got exciting news. This is something that's near and dear to my heart. We may be killing the Boston Marathon bomber again. Oh, good. They temporarily rarely halted his execution. And you know me. I love a good execution. I'm kind of a romantic. I'm a man that enjoys the simple things in life, You know, Quiet night at home, spending time with the family and bad guys dying in the gas chamber. I'm a romantic that way. Sure, the Biden administration says that the death penalty should be reinstated. For Dzhokhar Sarnoff, the Boston Marathon bomber in his bombing case. Are you good with this? But wait a minute, Joe Biden ran one of his campaign promises was to end capital punishment. How does this square with everybody? How do you square this whole with all the progressives in the crazy radical leftists that that want this guy to stay alive? I mean, it's a smart move by the Biden administration, of course, but if you redefined print Biden Is Is acting like his hands are tied here, and there's nothing he can do about this, and you know it's the and it's It's such a load of crap. Like when you read the statement, the White House put out today Biden spokesman was like, Yeah, I mean, you know, he's basically saying, Hey, look, our hands are tied the Justice Department, the Supreme Court It's a bunch of crap. I mean, forget about the fact that it's It's The Justice Department is is Biden's now? I mean, he appointed Merrick Garland. I mean, he garlands calling the shots. Of course I'm buying on behalf. Of course. Forget about all that. You can go tell the Supreme Court make a recommendation. Forget about that aspect of it just realized Joe Biden. Could break out a big pin tomorrow from his back pocket and commute his sentence. Right? Exactly right the next day, so don't make it sound like Yeah, well, uh, you know, we're going to go ahead move along with the death penalty. But there's nothing I can do about it anyway, because they certainly thing you could do about it. And you're probably going to really make some of your progressive base. Mad. That bloodthirsty, crazy lunatic progressive base. And think about this. You talked about the progressive base. You've got Joe Biden, who's pretty radical himself, saying, Well, there's nothing I can do. I'm only the president. So I guess we're gonna have to go forth with the execution. And then you've got like Bernie Sanders, who knows this guy is a rotten piece of crap knows this guy is going to die in a gas chamber but still wants him to vote. If somebody commits a serious crime, sexual assault, murder, murder, they're going to be punished. They may be jailed for 10 years 20 years 50 years their whole lives. That's what happens. When you commit a serious crime. But I think the right to vote is inherent to our democracy. Yes, even for terrible people, So I believe that people commit crimes. They pay the price when they got out of jail. I believe they certainly should have the right to vote. But I do believe that Even if they are in jail, they're paying their price to society, but that should not take away. Their inherent American right to participate in our democracy, some wondering if Bernie Sanders feels the same way about those involved in the capital riot. If you ask Bernie Sanders. Hey, these folks at the Capitol riot, they want to make sure they're able to vote in the next election. What do you think old man? Bernie's response would be that and not not the same, and clearly not a successful campaign strategy on Bernie's part. Let's let the Boston Bomber vote Vote for Bernie Vote for me shocking That platform didn't play out for him coming up. Next, we'll check America's battle with Covid 19. But first we'll check in at the news desk with Rob con it 93 wi PC Mobile news on the level on the go..

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A Liberal Perspective on the Hypocrisy of BLM Co-Founder Patrisse Cullors

The Dan Bongino Show

01:30 min | 5 d ago

A Liberal Perspective on the Hypocrisy of BLM Co-Founder Patrisse Cullors

"This story is pretty fascinating. You have this Patrice Cullors, right? She she sat on tape is no dispute about it that she's a Marxist organizer said on a cut. We played before you know, she hasn't spoke, and it uses mouse type principles for organizing. I mean, isn't that kind of hypocritical? Then accumulating a million dollar portfolio putting a fence around your house? I mean, that seems kind of grift E, isn't it? I mean, I am. I'm not one for universe. Unilateral disarmament, You know, I mean, maybe he's a market. Who wants to wait till everybody else becomes a Marxist before she gives up all the trappings of her wealth. I don't know. Yeah, I would tell you, I people call me and Marcus. I'm much better capitalism and most Don't call me a Marxist, but I'm not Well, but isn't that kind of isn't that kind of week, though? I mean, if you like, Listen, I'm a capitalist. I believe in capitalist principles for liberals to you included I believe in school choice. I believe in economic freedom, Low taxes. I believe in health care. Freedom, Healthcare liberty. I don't care if you're a liberal progressive Democrat. Whatever you call yourself, I believe in those things for you to it seems like Patrice Cullors, who's running this group. No seems to believe that Marxism is better for everyone else. Just not for her. And when you see people like Bernie Sanders as well on his third home or whatever it is, I mean, don't you get the hypocrisy like Can you acknowledge at least Chris that we don't have that problem on the conservative side like we believe in economic freedom for you

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Fresh update on "bernie sanders" discussed on Sean Hannity

Sean Hannity

00:59 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bernie sanders" discussed on Sean Hannity

"W F L A Face to face, not eye to eye. Lisa Brady Fox News president Biden summing up his first summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin, it was important to meet in person. So there can be no mistake about or misrepresentations about what I wanted to communicate. I did what I came to do both leaders describing the talks as constructive While acknowledging ongoing disagreements, they agreed to seek strategic stability with a dialogue on arms control and cybersecurity, though the Russian leader and his solo news conference sidestepped questions on hackers based in Russia and defended the treatment of political opponents. President Biden pledging to keep raising the issue of human rights Back in D. C. Senate Democrats are laying the groundwork to go it alone on Infrastructure Budget Committee. Democrats are meeting the begin putting together a spending plan for infrastructure and other social safety net investments. We've got to move very quickly, really, the clock is ticking. You know, Senate Budget Committee chairman Bernie Sanders is a measure is likely to be ready before the August recess. Budget process, known as reconciliation would allow Democrats to pass aspects of President Biden's American jobs and American families plans without Republican support on Capitol Hill. Jared Halpern Fox News House Speaker, Nancy Pelosi says she's optimistic about a voting rights bill. After proposed changes in the Senate. We must pass the legislation. It's not about Democrats or Republicans. It's about our democracy and the clock is ticking on our democracy when it comes to the sanctity of the vote, and West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin has said a version passed by fellow Democrats in the House would further divide the country. He's now proposing changes, including at least 15 days of early voting for federal elections and some form of voter ID. Republicans have criticized the House version as a way to nationalize voting rules they consider less secure. America is listening to Fox News. Hmm. From the Lost Nissan Traffic.

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What a New Era of Big Government Could Mean for Bitcoin

The Breakdown with NLW

02:05 min | Last week

What a New Era of Big Government Could Mean for Bitcoin

"Yesterday i was asking the question about whether this bitcoin bull market is at its end and part of what i said felt very important to understand before we really know whether that's the case is if in how. The macro environment has shifted the landscape the inflation narrative has been such a huge part of driving this bitcoin bowls cycle that the unwinding of that the changing of that. Would you would imagine naturally have some consequences for where. Bitcoin crypto fit in the larger world. We've been in a period of waiting of wait to see of wondering if there was going to be a transition. It has felt too many like the economy was heating up in such a way that inflation was naturally going to follow an interest rates. Were going to have to rise. Because of that in consequence the riskiest tech stocks that had the highest valuations have been in retreat for a couple months roughly the same period that bitcoin has been idling or going down. There is however a narrative counterweight that whatever the case in the short term of monetary policy fiscal spending has entered a fundamentally new era. A fundamentally new era in which bitcoin could be more relevant than ever. The potential for that new era is exactly what david morris explored in a recent op. Ed on queen does called covid. Nineteen made biden's big-spending the new normal. This came out just after biden's budget was released and explores some of these questions. President joe biden today unveiled a budget proposal that would increase federal spending to levels not seen since world war two as usual. The new president's proposed budget has already triggered a fierce debate but while we can expect usual. Scrum overspending details. The biden budget is an attempt to push forward and leverage a much broader ideological shift. The coronavirus pandemic has made government spending in program significantly more appealing to americans. It's something of a perfect storm. The budget arrives. After pandemic relief proved hugely popular and seemingly effective long-term rising inequality and other serious social problems have created more space for pro government. Voices like us senator bernie sanders.

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Fresh update on "bernie sanders" discussed on Mike Broomhead

Mike Broomhead

01:44 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bernie sanders" discussed on Mike Broomhead

"Years ago where we raised our four Children. And so he talks about his credentials, obviously, of being here in Arizona, and also from his conservative viewpoints. What needs to happen today? The Arizona days we cherish their under attack from Washington and from liberals here at home, open borders and closed classrooms. Crushing tax hikes and socialism, censorship and cancel culture. Radical Democrats are pushing the most far left agenda in our lifetimes. We can't allow liberal politicians turn Arizona into California, and that's why I'm announcing my campaign for governor. So Matt Salmon in the House of Representatives, and I want to make sure full disclosure. Um, I was his guest at a state of the Union address in Washington D. C So I do know him. But I also know carry Lake pretty well. So I know some people in this race people that I admire, and I love the primary process. Where people begin to talk about their differences and their likenesses and their qualifications. Matt Salmon is coming into this having won office a number of times very well connected politically, and I would say that for people in a primary process in Arizona The biggest thing for Matt Salmon in his favor. Right now, at least is he was one of the founding members of the Freedom Caucus in the House of Representatives, Um, being able to and it wasn't as much about ideology. Yes, it is about the ideology but building a caucus. Building a group of people that had voting power. You know, it's a that is a big body in the House of Representatives and making your voice heard happens when you have a legitimate caucus of people that that that think together, think alike, and then they share the power of their votes together. And making sure pieces of legislation or bills that are going through the house have their blessing because then they influence how things are done. One of the concerns we here in Washington now and I say concerns From people on my side of the political aisle are the people that are influencing this administration. How much of an influence does Bernie Sanders and Alexandria, Ocasio, Cortez and others have on the policies that are being put forward by the White House? Because influence matters? Matt Salmon was able to forge a group with pretty big influence in the House of Representatives, and I, and they've done a good job with that influence. When I was with him in D. C the day I was with him. We went to dinner that night, and, um he was very well respected by his peers on both sides of the aisle. Um, not someone that was a A flamethrower. That was just a polarizing person. But someone that stood by his you know, stuck his ground but also is able to work with people on the other side of the aisle when it comes and I know that this may not be a whole big deal to the state of Arizona right now. But, um, his dealings in an understanding China with with having led that that committee on on Southeast Asia around Asia, he was pretty, um, pretty amazing when he was able to accomplish anyway. The, um The resume of Matt Salmon now is out there as a gubernatorial candidate running against the very popular person. It was an anchor here in Phoenix, but very astute politically and carry Lake. So I don't know what other names we know about Karen Robson, Um, jumping in. She's on the board of regions. We know about her jumping into the race as well as that's we're hearing and Kimberly Yee also going to be a formidable opponent. So the Republican side of this looks to be a pretty crowded field of qualified candidates. Fundraising is going to matter, and those things are going to come into play very, very quickly. Um, but Matt Sammons in the race. We're going to have Matt Salmon on the show tomorrow morning at 905 to discuss his candidacy and get a little bit more detail out of Mr Salmon, but it's good to see him in the race as well. It's going to be a fundraise to watch and see how the candidates separate themselves from each other, and I think in this one, but knowing the people that are in it, I don't believe it's going to be vitriolic from this group. I think this group is going to maintain a pretty good level of civility while they discuss their differences, which is what we would all hope for, and so that's what we're hearing. Matt Salmon has announced his candidacy. Coming up just after 10 o'clock. Oh, Doug Franz is going to join us from the dog and Wolf showing our brother station. Arizona Sports. And It's not good news. Chris Paul has tested positive for Covid 19. What does that mean? Short and long term for your Phoenix Suns? That will be the discussion next? Come to Duncan for something topped toasty and tasty..

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Health Care vs. Money

The Pulse

02:02 min | Last week

Health Care vs. Money

"On a hot summer day in twenty nineteen word got out that one of philadelphia's big hospitals hahnemann was closing its doors for good it had served some of the city's poorest patients for well over a hundred and fifty years patients doctors nurses and other hospital employees flooded the streets demanding. The hospital stay open a year and a half before the hospital had been sold to a for profit company and many blamed the closure on corporate greed closing made national headlines senator and then presidential candidate bernie sanders even joined the protests healthcare human rights. And we're gonna fight back when you mentioned prophets and healthcare in the same sentence. Emotions are bound to run high. All talking about lives that are at stake something. We should value much more than money. But house economists sherry lead says there are many factors at play here and boiling it. Down to human need versus prophet is too simplistic. I think the whole debate about the for profit aspect of this is a little misguided. The right question is what is the best way to get to the people. The things that they need at the lowest cost for starters. She says we have a mixed healthcare model with four profit nonprofit and government funded aspects and also this complicated behemoth of a system evolved over decades growing and changing all the time. This is an enormous enormous part of our economy. And the idea that we're going to just turn it on. A dime is is just unrealistic. At least in my mind it's very unrealistic

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Ben Burgis on His Book 'Canceling Comedians While the World Burns

Blocked and Reported

02:07 min | Last week

Ben Burgis on His Book 'Canceling Comedians While the World Burns

"Then i know. I know that we could because of your burning hatred of bernie sanders. We could talk about this for hours. But instead you have a new book out. Called cancelling comedians while the world burns a critique of the contemporary left. The only reason. I could come up with that. You would critique the left is that you are a reactionary. Is this true now. More or less i think. Yeah that's that's my main criticism of the left in the in the book That they advocate things that That i don't want you know that that i would that i would prefer we continue to have private health care. And you know that the united states continue to fight wars all around the world and so on and And my by criticism. The left is that their way to effective. Read about so this goals as we've seen so i mean i did feel slightly attacked by your book because if people laughed stopped paying attention and obsessing over dumb bullshit online that would really hurt blocking reporter. Did you consider that at all. No no i didn't. I guess should actually be like one of those health care. Plans that includes like transition job retraining for people who worked for private insurance trainers to become like coal miners in west. Virginia that's right. Well it's a really good book and obviously tied into a lot of teams. We talk about on this show to me. One of the most important themes is this idea of like a leftism or the left as like a mass movement versus clubhouse when you mean when you talk about people seem to treat it as a clubhouse so in thinking about a lot of the different pathologies the left that i'm criticizing in the book which you know which would certainly includes an extreme eagerness to For for people to denounce each other over trivial differences like certain kinds of strange performative radicalism.

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Do the Old Political Labels Still Apply?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:03 min | 2 weeks ago

Do the Old Political Labels Still Apply?

"Do the old labels of conservative or tory and labour democrat. Do they have any application in a world where i saw it with my own eyes. Working for president trump. his appeal to the working class was undeniable as they billionaire republican quote unquote and on the left. We have a democrat party. At least in america that is mostly run by and speaking to rich white people in the coastal urban centers. Do the old labels. We became so used during the twentieth century. Have have they lost their connection to any tangible reality. I think you've got two aspects that. I think the there is still a base to each party. The democrats and but the basis evolved clearly bernie sanders as he himself said. He thought that his followers in policy terms essentially comprise thirty five forty percent of democrat. Well you know. That's up from five percent roosevelt's And and not more than five or ten percent as late as lbj or gay And i wouldn't have thought it was morton fifteen or twenty percent in clinton stay so so that has moved certainly and on the republican side. Obviously a lot of very wealthy have Sneath in the republicans and the most recent republican president has an. It's an honor to be in the in the batting line-up but warms up for him getting upcoming and perfect grants and also here both good friends But as you know better than most people the tremendous inroads that president trump made on the traditional Democratic hunting grounds instead of working class people general in hispanic american. And and so. Yes i it. The bases are evolving

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More Than 500 Ex-Biden Staffers Urge President to Condemn Israel

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:38 min | 3 weeks ago

More Than 500 Ex-Biden Staffers Urge President to Condemn Israel

"Now we'll start in washington where over five hundred democratic party stuff as the written and led to the president. Joe biden calling him to do more to protect palestinians and hold israel accountable for its actions in gaza. Although a ceasefire currently holds two thirty palestinians were killed while twelve israelis died in. The recent conflict will join me on the line. Alison kaplan soma. A journalist for herat's and scott lucas adjunct professor at the clinton institute at university college done scott if we could start with you. What did this letter from the democrats say well. The democrats are calling for more of an emphasis as it were on the palestinian side of the equation. If you wanna it that use that term and that is that on the one hand you've got the question of us military eight israel. you've got senator bernie sanders who has introduced a measure to suspend almost eight hundred million dollars of american arms to israel until you can have a clear cessation of the violence in other words confirmation following last friday's ceasefire. And then secondly. I think that emphasis not only on reconstruction in gaza which is something that the biden administration is promoting including on secretary of state. Lincoln's visit to israel and palestine yesterday but also on the wider issues the issues of jerusalem. The issues of what the democrats these crafts would call an israeli occupation of the palestinian west bank and some time of true to negotiations for a palestinian state after those of effectively stalled since two thousand nine.

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Bernie Sanders Moves to Block Arms Sale to Israel

Dana Loesch

00:29 sec | 3 weeks ago

Bernie Sanders Moves to Block Arms Sale to Israel

European MPs Targeted by Deepfake Video Calls

The CyberWire

01:49 min | Last month

European MPs Targeted by Deepfake Video Calls

"Someone impersonating a spokesman for imprisoned russian opposition figure alexander navalny conducted zoom meetings with european parliament members. The sessions featured. What the guardian and nl times called a deepfake video call purporting to be volley associate leonid volkov which volkov himself said looked pretty convincing. Speculation about responsibility for the incident has focused on vo van and lexus. Two well-known russian prank callers pranksters and such nuisance. Humorous are known. The incident is of course troubling for coming at a time when navalny is imprisoned and on a life threatening hunger strike and it's worth noting that relatively senior political officials were taken in by the scam but to place it in perspective. This is more shock jock stuff than it is a spore of new and devilish lena. Various approach to disinformation technically. It's a cut above the kind of jerk who had called the live news coverage to holler bubba buoy during the slow motion. Chase of oj. Simpson's bronco down the four zero five in los angeles but let's keep it in perspective. The lesson is that video that appears genuine alive call need not be and that some authentication beyond look and feel is necessary but we already knew that it's even become atropine gag insurance commercials where there's a guy video conferencing with his move colleague and so forth. At any rate on balance not very funny and vo von alexis themselves aren't novices. We note. they pranked to name. Just three sir. Elton john the duke of sussex and senator bernie sanders but of their targets have been critics of the russian regime. Mr putin himself has not been pranked and seems unlikely to be

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Amazon Warehouse Workers Reject Union Efforts

The 3:59

01:58 min | 2 months ago

Amazon Warehouse Workers Reject Union Efforts

"On friday. Amazon warehouse workers in bessemer alabama voted to reject the effort to unionize. So what does this mean for amazon. The fight over labor conditions at the retail giant chang in this sure daily charge here with us to break it down his amazon expert. Laura tullow welcome lart. Thank you for having me. So breakout what happened on friday on friday. The allergy finished tallying votes union election at the best in warehouse and the with the really decisive win for amazon so to speak in that the workers rejected the union. So that was the. That was the full tally. there could still be. There is likely to be an attraction to the election and further litigation with the over the matter but the votes as they were counted. Friday were for rejecting the union by margin of more than two. Wow yeah that's that's a big deal. Considering that this effort was i mean this effort made headlines around the country. Even guard support senator bernie sanders and present. Joe biden is a very high profile fights and he says why it was so roundly defeated. It's really hard to say. you know. There were several factors. Of course there is the fact that this warehouse provides jobs in an area where the minimum wage is a belief seven twenty five an hour and they pay more than fifteen dollars an hour for starting wage. A lotta times in union elections in place. Do worry that their employers will want to leave the area or lay people off or more employees as many people if they're having to deal with the union Do the cost and that sort of thing. People get their jobs and those are really valuable jobs in that region. They're paying thousands of them. If the really big deal in that community to half those jobs

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Amazon union organizers deflated as vote tilts against them

Up First

01:59 min | 2 months ago

Amazon union organizers deflated as vote tilts against them

"Workers at a warehouse in bessemer alabama voted against unionizing defeating. The hopes of labor organizers that this would be amazon's first unionized workplace in the united states would have been a rare victory and they traditionally add a union south but workers voted overwhelmingly against unionization by a margin of more than two to one here to talk to us about that. Is stephen basan. He is with our member station w. b. m. in birmingham. Hello good morning. Was this outcome. Surprise won't for a lot of people here yes. There was a lot of excitement. A real sense union had a chance now where this house is located about. Twenty minutes outside of birmingham surrounded by trees. Really not much else in on that. Drive there from birmingham. You see lots of pro union signs. There've been lots of rallies here with big headline names like actor danny glover bernie sanders coming through a congressional delegation but add the six thousand workers that actually work at this warehouse. Very few were showing up at these rallies. Mostly it's been crowds with out of state organizers for the unions or locals in alabama democrats shirts and not many people actually working for amazon so really we didn't know what most workers were thinking until the actual vote count this week where they delivered a definitive. No i mean so much. Attention has been sort of lavished on this vote. How is the mood. Change to after it was pretty crushing. Defeat more than two to one against the union and union. Try to keep up a brave face during a zoom press conference on friday. After the results organizers in the couple of workers spoke including emmett ashford who works at the amazon warehouse there. He sent a message to workers telling them to not get discouraged. The floodgates opened. We can't stop it. So i hope everybody has to get day this news as not discouraged as and we are holding our head high marching or and we will get what we deserve.

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Sanders says 'a lot more work has to be done' on 'human infrastructure'

Broncos Country Tonight

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

Sanders says 'a lot more work has to be done' on 'human infrastructure'

"Senator Bernie Sanders says now is the time to invest in the human infrastructure of America in a working class family. Can't find good quality, affordable child care. That's human infrastructure on CNN's state of the union, the Vermont Independent, said the U. S must invest in low and middle income families. After dealing with the challenges caused by the pandemic, he says. It's time to show these families that the government here's their needs and is looking after them. He went on to say President Biden's infrastructure proposal is serious, but noted that even if passed, more work will still have to be done.

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Amazon had a weird week on Twitter. But the union vote is the big news.

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

01:58 min | 2 months ago

Amazon had a weird week on Twitter. But the union vote is the big news.

"Are being counted in bessemer alabama. This week from amazon warehouse workers hoping to unionize amazon has fought tooth and nail against the union efforts and also recently against members of congress senators bernie sanders and elizabeth warren criticized. Its treatment of employees amazon's official twitter account went on the attack so did some twitter users claiming they were very happy amazon employees and not all of them were real. Let's dig into all of this and quality assurance the segment where we take a deeper look at a big tech story. Jason delray covers amazon for recode. He says this union vote is big no matter what the outcome i also think. If it's a close loss that also would be seen as a positive sign just because amazon. Never had a union in the us that even in that case we'd see other efforts at least inside of amazon facilities in the country. A couple thousand people or more than thousand people voting to unionize at one facility. I mean think that says something especially with all the pressure that management has has put on these workers over the last few weeks. And then of course senators bernie sanders and elizabeth. Warren were criticizing amazon on twitter. For how it treats its employees and we saw amazon. Take what seems to be a priebke. New tack on social media hit-back pretty aggressively so what we saw was executives from dave clark. Who's the ceo of the worldwide consumer business at amazon to the corporate amazon accounts written by pr. People you know being both snarky. You know what. I think many people would say would be inappropriate tone. I reported that that directive to get more aggressive came directly from jeff bezos. After my story kind of exploded you see executives this week. Such as jay carney. He's been on twitter. The last two days responding to both bernie sanders and elizabeth

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Sanders visits Alabama, boosting Amazon workers' union effort

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00:33 sec | 2 months ago

Sanders visits Alabama, boosting Amazon workers' union effort

"Starters. They won't longer bathroom breaks. That's just one of the reasons. Some amazon workers in alabama are trying to form a union. This new push coming at an amazon warehouse in birmingham alabama. Where vermont senator bernie sanders showed up. Friday offering his support amazon workers supporting the union citing relentless quotas and poor working conditions amazon fighting the union effort saying it's creative thousands a warehouse jobs in alabama with an average. Pay fifteen dollars thirty cents per hour and benefits including healthcare vision and dental

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Former President Trump slams Biden for migrant surge

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00:12 sec | 3 months ago

Former President Trump slams Biden for migrant surge

"Biden is like Bernie Sanders on steroids. That's what former President Trump had to say. On Fox News today. Trump says Biden is no moderate that is dismantling most of his policies leading to the surge of illegal immigrants at the border.

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Senate passes $1.9 trillion Covid relief bill

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01:07 min | 3 months ago

Senate passes $1.9 trillion Covid relief bill

"The Senate has approved a $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package after a strictly party line vote. It's been modified from the House version, so it's being sent back there for approval before heading to President Biden's desk as NPR's Susan Davis reports. Democrats change the House passed bill to make government benefits less generous. They reduced the income thresholds to receive $1400 stimulus checks to $75,000 for individuals and 100 and $50,000 for families. Also reduced extended unemployment benefits from $400 a week to $300 a week and ended the program a month earlier. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders said Americans will soon feel the impact of this legislation. We're going to help restore faith in the United States government among the people of our country. The bill is the largest standalone economic stimulus package in American history. Congress has now approved $6 trillion in the last year to confront the Corona virus pandemic. Susan Davis. NPR NEWS Washington

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Senate holds longest vote in history

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:06 min | 3 months ago

Senate holds longest vote in history

"End the senate they have been trying to pass the covid relief bill earlier in the day you might have seen headlines about the fact that the senate took a vote on senator bernie. Sanders is proposal to raise the minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour. Now that failed all republicans voted against it and incredibly democrats voted against it as well news in its own right but after that they started arguing in the senate amongst themselves. They all started arguing with joe mansion about unemployment benefits and the covert relief. Bill and they argued over that for nine hours ultimately landed somewhere which is very very close to where they started but they had nine hours of fighting about it turns out in that time they never technically gal shut the vote on bernie sanders is minimum wage thing which means accidentally we just had the official longest vote in senate history by mistake for nine hours for no reason. Congratulations as for the pint. Final passage of this bill. We'd been expecting it sometime this weekend with this pointless nine hour delay. It's unclear when we're going to see this thing getting past but watch this space.

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"bernie sanders" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"bernie sanders" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

"From the opinion pages of the Wall Street Journal this is Potomac Watch Bernie Sanders drops out of the Democratic presidential race plus billions of dollars of corona virus. Relief is making its way to workers and businesses now welcome. I'm Kyle Peterson with the Wall Street. Journal sitting in today for Polish ago we are joined by my colleagues Kim Strassel. Hello Kim Chi Kyle. And Bill mcgurn High Bill icon on Wednesday Bernie Sanders announced that he is suspending his campaign for the Democratic nomination in a livestream from Burlington Vermont. He expressed gratitude to his supporters in his donors And then he said this is a maybe not an exact quote but he said together. We have transformed American consciousness. As to what type of nation we can become a any added that our movement has won the ideological struggle Do you buy that Kim. Not Really I think that if he had won the ideological struggle and transformed the collective consciousness he'd actually the winner of the nomination. Instead of dropping out I will say that what Bernie Sanders did do. Is I think more radicalized that side of the party that we think of as a progressive side In cemented his views for significant structural change in the country among that crew people the problem for him as they don't make up a majority of the Party and and even though some of those Democrats who might be sympathetic to his views Cared more about Beating Donald Trump and they believe that his position made Bernie Sanders unelectable and in the end they decided to go with the safer choice. Not as why Joe Biden is now the presumptive nominee. So why why dropout? Now though bill I mean. Wisconsin voted on Tuesday. But I don't think we have any results from that yet and Bernie's not that far behind in delegates he's got about nine hundred Joe. Biden's twelve hundred with something like nineteen hundred yet to be allocated and fifteen states have delayed their primaries due to the pandemic so the races a little bit up in the air. So why now yeah? I? I'm not really sure it's a little bit up in the air. I think there are several several reasons one is. I don't think he wants to be the guy. He was in. Two Thousand Sixteen and get blamed if if Biden loses get blamed for the loss because he stayed in too long out of his own people were telling him to get out the other bigger one is that though he claims as you know. Is Kim points out to shifted. His party won the battle ideologically. He did admit a month ago that he was losing the battle for who is the most electable candidate. The one most likely the beat Donald Trump and I think that was becoming more apparent. I mean my question is whether he struck any kind of deal. I'd be really worried about a Bernie Sanders applied and Gab. That having anything to do with health care so you know I mean in a way it gets a lot of attention but I think he's he's succumbing to the inevitable from the map. That is an interesting question about whether there was any sort of bargain struck here but it does seem like Bernie's continued presence in the race was holding things back. You Know Joe Biden had moved to start considering VP candidates but he still doesn't have a majority of delegates so he didn't want to risk looking presumptive right and so I think the question here. It's it's more. He was not only holding things back but I also think that look. There's going to be more bad news. Likely and the very soon days for Bernie Sanders as well too. We had a election Wisconsin yesterday primary There's a lot of confusion about when there was happening when it was happening. Who all could get to the polls but the Bernie was definitely lagging in all of the polls leading up to that event and it was likely that by was going to notch another significant win there And there's also the reality that the timing is just been really hard on Bernie Sanders and that Right about the time when Joe Biden. Got on a winning streak was when this Virus hit and none of them have been able to do In Person Campaign Events It's been exceptionally difficult. I know for them to fundraise and Bernie hit simply given up on that weeks ago and was instead trying to fundraise for the virus relief efforts so I I think he's not only the base issues of electability but some structural things were simply just in the end Hit hit him as well to if I could just onto that one of the things watching his departure statement. That really struck me is again. His emphasis on greed Bernie Sanders went through this entire campaign. Without as far as I can see a single positive word about the role of private sector in American Life. That's kind of twisted it anytime but it's especially monstrous right now you have. You're Bill Gates using his money to try to Russia vaccine you've GM and Ford turning their their car factories into ventilator factories. You've people doing the same with the hospital masks and so forth then you have all these small businesses trying to keep themselves going for their employees. Is this really greed? I think that such a twisted view of the world and I think in the end. It didn't persuade a lot of Democrats. It was too much for them. The the negative liberty and and not putting anything in perspective but bill did. It persuaded some of the people who were standing on the debate stage next to him. I mean I did Bernie's presence in this nomination contest. Pull the rest of them to the left in a significant way. I think they had. I think that's true to some degree I mean they didn't. They didn't go Joe Biden didn't go to Medicare for all but the party is much more left than than it was the last time. And he made clear that's why he's staying on the ballot. He wants delegates there to influence that platform And he wants if he wants to get something for you know for dropping out now. It is interesting You say is true. Joe Biden hasn't gone to Medicare for all but He has moved at least in my view significantly to the left. I mean he's proposing far more tax increases for instance than Hillary Clinton did in two thousand. Sixteen I mean do you is that. Is that a problem for him. Kim Now going into the general election and is this now. That Bernie is finally out of the way. Is this his chance to pivot back toward the center? Well there's no question Bernie has drove him to the Left Bernie and Elizabeth Warren and just the general tenor of everyone. That was on that and you can just walk through the issues on the Second Amendment on taxes on Free College. John abortion on the green. New Deal on hells insurance a biden. It's been Biden. Who's been moving to the left? It was Never Bernie. Who was coming toward the center and in theory this is his opportunity to pivot except for one of the things that really struck me about all of these candidates as they raced to appease that progressive as for how definitive they were in some of the proposals that they laid out like for instance you know how does Joe Biden. Walk back from saying. He wants to eliminate fossil fuels in on that. That's one of those those issues now. That's the kind of similar issues in claims that really hurt Hillary Clinton in key states like Pennsylvania and West Virginia and her last bid. I'm not quite in Biden. This far more to the left of her position that point. So how does he pivot? I'm not sure right we're talking about Bernie Sanders is legacy and the corona virus relief..

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"bernie sanders" Discussed on CNN's The Daily DC

CNN's The Daily DC

11:34 min | 1 year ago

"bernie sanders" Discussed on CNN's The Daily DC

"Everyone I'm David. Chalian the CNN political director this is the daily DC. It is yet primary day again. In America. Six dates voting plus the Democrats abroad are going to have their votes counted later this evening. Three hundred and sixty five more delegates at stake in this nomination battle. That is now a two man race between Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders Super Tuesday to. I've got two great guests to discuss it with later on. We'll be talking to former Democratic candidate for Governor Michigan and Bernie Sanders surrogate CNN political commentator. But first joining me now to talk about the biggest battle of them all tonight one hundred twenty five delegates at stake in Michigan. Jeff Zeleny CNN senior Washington correspondent who just arrived back from the Wolverine State. How are you sir? Hey David I'm great. Thanks for having me so give me a sense of Of you on the ground. What would Michigan feel like when you were there? Michigan feels like It is obviously the biggest prize. One hundred and twenty five pledged delegates so certainly it is a moment where if Bernie Sanders is going to continue his effort in a robust way. If he's going to make his case this is the place to make voters if if he's going to make the argument here This is the place he'll do in a couple of things talking to voters At the Sanders Rally into grand rapids on Sunday and then again with Biden in Detroit on Monday I'm struck by the degree to which President Trump's name came up in both conversations. There is a sense. Without a doubt he is the big difference from two thousand sixteen. We COMPARE ALLOT BERNIE. Sanders nearly wins Beats Hillary Clinton in two thousand sixteen and that was a turning point? I remember that night very well. I was with the Clinton campaign in Cleveland. Actually in Bernie Sanders. Winning was a huge surprise to them. The difference here is Hillary Clinton is not on the ballot Which you know there were some. Anti Hillary Clinton votes in there of course and Donald Trump is the president so that in mind everyone talked about president. Trump's I think that the sense here US comparing to twenty sixteen. I'm not sure how APP that is because boy there are so many differences and I think those two are key Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Well here's where it's apt one person was on the ballot and both times and it was Bernie Sanders and the test is for him as I see it that. He's got to prove that he can recreate of the coalition that he did create in. Two Thousand Sixteen. He's been underperforming in some key areas in this race thus far and in a state like Michigan or state where he overwhelmed last time around like Washington state. That is Voting today or their mail in ballots are being counted today. This is an opportunity for us to see is is sanders twenty twenty besting sanders. Two Thousand Sixteen or is he underperforming that and if he is what is the argument the Sanders campaign makes to go forward. I think Michigan will be a great test of that. I mean he has to do better than twenty sixteen actually particularly places like Detroit in Wayne County. He has to show that he. Can you know win over More African American voters so important to Michigan But one other thing this is. Why so fast? At presidential campaigns. We never know what they're going to be about at the end. They're constantly evolving And I was struck by that by reading the copy of this morning's Detroit news the actual hard copy you can hear it here as I was getting on the plane and it says market plunge raises recession fears. It's election day so we're having something happening in our environment. The market crash yesterday was extraordinary. The Corona viruses making people who've on edge and anxious. So what effect does that have on this race? We don't know necessarily but Joe Biden has always been seen as sort of a comfort blanket. You know everyone does not love him. I talked to people at the Biden Rally last night. He wasn't their first choice. I talked to someone and Elizabeth. Warren Shirt wore the short to the rally. But they said we're going to vote for Biden because a it's time to wrap up this nominating fight and be they think he's the strongest the too so. I think it's so fascinating here. It's not a popularity contest. Necessarily there'll be a lot of people who were with Joe Biden necessarily at the beginning but there with them now. The question is is it enough to overwhelmed a true hard core ander supporters. And I don't know the answer. Well I mean it's just interesting to hear you say voters talking about bringing this nomination race To a close now here we are in the second Tuesday in March the last two competitive democratic contests two thousand eight and two thousand sixteen when the distance all the way through the June primaries Even if it was sort of known who was going to emerge as the nominee slightly earlier than that the those contests went the distance Back in two thousand four is when we last saw a contest sort of wrapped up this early and I. I'm curious to hear you say that. Are you hearing that a lot from voters that they just want this wrapped up because of the goal of defeating trump and David Watterson similarity to two thousand four here and the president exactly? So that is the different. So that's the question tonight. I don't know the answer. I talked to a lot of voters. All you ready to have this unwrap up and people talk about President trump so he is influencing this campaign in many many ways. If this was an open seat I have no doubt a lot of these democratic. The arrivals would still be in. Probably but so. That's a sense. Are Democrats ready to sort of move on an expert or are they not Michigan will tell us so much about that in Bernie Sanders? He campaigned across. The state added a ton of events to a schedules. He really worked for it The Biden campaign came in essentially at the last minute. The last day So we'll see here but there is just a sense of you. Know President trump hanging over this and I think it probably benefits Joe Biden unless Bernie Sanders shows that he can create this coalition and turn people out that he's been talking about and that Ann Arbor Rally on Sunday night. The pictures of the supporters of just flooding the campus for Bernie Sanders is something that Certainly the Biden campaign had to be paying attention to no no way he could draw that Cavi C. college campuses are sanders country. There's there's little doubt about that and I think hanging over all of this you note. The General Election Michigan's one of those three states with that. Blue Wall crumbled that helped deliver the Oval Office to Donald Trump and In the primary for years ago we were able to see some tea leaves about them and I think we should be looking for that tonight as well what it tells us about. The Michigan electorate of for the fall as well. But I would say. It is hard to overstate the burden. That is on Bernie Sanders tonight. Far More so than Joe Biden Jeff. Zeleny thank you so much for being here really appreciate that. Thank you and joining me now to dig. Even deeper on this critical state of Michigan tonight and how Senator Sanders Mayfair. There is former democratic. Gubernatorial candidate Bernie Sanders surrogate and CNN political commentator Abdul El-Sayed. Thank you so much for being here. Thank you for having me so What do you think of my a thesis? That the burden is bigger on sanders tonight than by them. While I'll tell you coming out of Super Tuesday Biden had a huge Surge of momentum and that's undeniable and I think if if Sanders wants to take any of the momentum back it's going to look like performing well in Michigan and You know the reason. Why is that not? You mean winning winning and I mean I mean showing that he can He can earn votes out of some of the demographics that were part of that Momentum search for for for for Biden And arguments obvious right. And you've got three hundred sixty five delegates up. Michigan is more than a third of them and Michigan is also such a keystone for the electoral calendar in the electoral map in November and You know it's also a microcosm of America right. I always tell folks if you if you want any of the American experience you can have that in Michigan right whether it's Folks In you know the rural parts up up north of you know the mid line of the midden Or in the up of course If you want folks in you know Urban Midwest Industrial Communities in places like Flynn Detroit Or if you want you know suburban Michigan in Oakland County. All of that is there And we lost Michigan as Democrats by ten thousand seven hundred and some votes in November handing the presidency to Donald Trump. And so all eyes are on Michigan. Right now It is such a critical state. It's also a winnable. Stay because it it it it bucks convention because it's so diverse now you mentioned The upper peninsula that was sanders country in the primary Four years ago It has a lot of white working class white non college educated voters up there As we see in lots of pockets in the state of Michigan throughout what I saw on Super Tuesday and looking through all the exit polls is that Sanders isn't performing quite as well with that group. Biden is has a foothold that Hillary Clinton never had with that group it seems and that's keeping Sanders at bay in a lot of the states. So not only does. He need to obviously expand his appeal among African Americans. We that that had been on his to do list all along but I think what binds proving now is also on the sanders. To-do list is reinvigorating. This connection he had with white working class voters. I'll tell you though I I've spent a Lotta time campaigning. In those communities and the reason that a lot of those folks supported Bernie Sanders is because he was speaking to the anxieties that they feel about the challenges they face in their lives Whether it's the fact that for a lot of them access to a well paying job that used to be a given Anywhere in Michigan just forty years ago. isn't quite the case anymore Or because you can't have that job you also have access to basic healthcare or it's protection of the Great Lakes which you know a lot of the economy's on the outer ring in Michigan Not only rely on but depend on A viable and healthy. Great Lakes and so For them a lot of the messaging about Reaching forward and solving those problems I think really resonate. So it's GonNa be interesting to see But you know my experience with with those community suggests that there is something about his message specifically that I think Really resonates and it will be interesting to see what happens tonight. I'll I'll tell you though on the ground I was At those rallies in grand rapids and Ann Arbor and Surge of young people and the excitement of young people's huge I was I voted in Ann Arbor on Monday. Ended the mistake voting on the Monday after the After the rally and You know I thought I was. I was getting early I had gone worked out and then I Went to the polls Early I wait in line for two hours and probably seventy percent of that line was college students. So let me ask you. We've seen this in other places. In terms of prior to an election we've seen Bernie Sanders go and campaign in college campus. Get a huge turnout of people. We've seen the enthusiasm excitement of his crowds. It's not materializing at the polls yet. We just we. We have not seen a dramatic increase in young voter turnout. We just haven't seen it. You are of the mind that we're going to see something different tonight. I am and the reason why is because you know. I think there is something among any group of people that gets stereotyped. That you sort of presume that you guys are already showing up. If you don't show up your of course people are showing up. I just you know I've got class So I think I think a lot of the folks. At least I talked to after the rally Look at them. I'll be like you make sure to vote. You don't show up here night and then and then missed the pulse all right if you had to pick one. Don't come here go there but I'll tell you that they realize that there is an opportunity to right now to to turn the tide to change the conversation and that that means that you've got to show up so let me ask you this. As a die-hard Sanders supported that you are a top tier surrogate For the candidate..

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"bernie sanders" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"bernie sanders" Discussed on The Daily

"As a strategy is being deployed. You're winning your fourth term as Mayor Uh and you go on successfully time to run for statewide office the House the Senate and then of course you president twenty sixteen now again in two thousand twenty in each of these campaigns and to these moments you're building larger and more powerful coalitions of voters and given that history. And your success in doing doing that. What do you think is the big lesson from this early phase? Why do you think it is that when we went to Alex Berenson asked him this question and he said you have to go back to eighty one you have to go back to Burlington to understand Senator Sanders and this campaign and this moment why is he right? Why do we have to go back to that race? And that moment politics in America has been very much from the top down still read articles in the New York Times where where wealthy donors gathered today in a hotel to express concern about the Democratic candidates. Who Cares about wealthy donors? We have over one point. One Million Americans who've made donation store can't pace the not wealthy These are working class. People that teaches their workers Amazon works at Walmart home. What I believe in what I believe now the way you transform society is from the bottom on up you talk about issues issues that are relevant to working people issues that are relevant to low income people issues that are relevant to young people and and you grow the voter base? So what I pointed out to you. Maybe the most important thing that we did his nineteen seventy nine to nineteen eighty-three doubled doubled the number of people voting. What we're trying to do in this campaign right now is Parrello is to significantly increase the vote eternal by talking to to people who don't vote in Burlington? What happened is low? Income and working class people saw that government could work for them and they said Oh my God I never knew that my kids have program. We have an after school program. They've now we have a childcare center. Didn't have our streets are getting paid. Snow is getting moved. I didn't know that we're going to go out. We're going to support Bernie and we're going to what the candidates antedates that he wants. Full Board Oldman and now what we have to do in this country. which has one of the lowest voter turnout rates of any major country on earth is to reach out to those working people reach out to those young people and when they stop what this bidding in the political process that is the political revolution? If you become president the question will be sure you talked about national and international issues when you were mayor but there was no real expectation that you could change the course of events as a single mayor of a town of Burlington. If you become president that expectation will be real an urgent and present. So are we to understand that if you wanted to political obstacles as president that your strategy strategy will be to call upon the expanded electric that you have created and turned that into a political force that you would then. It's also what you didn't in Burlington. Alderman started if that is exactly what it's going to happen when we talk about the need to join the rest of the industrialized world and guarantee healthcare. Every person through a Medicare for all single payer program. The only way that's going to happen is when millions of people stand up and take on the insurance companies and the drug companies when we talk about transforming our energy system to save the planet from the devastation absolute devastation of the global noble crisis regarding climate. Change the only way that happens is when millions of people stand up to take on the fossil fuel industry so on all of the issues we are talking about. That's what the political critical revolution is about it saying that we're going to mobilize millions of people to stand up for an agenda that works for working families and when they do that it will be no stopping Pinkham. We will be able to create a government that an economy that works for all not just a one percent. Alex what do you think of that. Theory will the coalition that he's trying to build a presidential candidate is such an echo of what he accomplished in Burlington. If you look at the people he has brought with him into the Democratic primary does look like a coalition of younger people. More working class people than almost any other candidate in the Democratic race and his his theory is they are going to show up for him in a way. They wouldn't show up for any other candidate because he is speaking to their concerns directly and Sanders has plenty plenty of reason to expect. That might really be the case. He has charted this remarkable ascent as a national political figure on the strength of this coalition Asia and mainstream to set of socialist and quasi-socialist ideas. That were seen as really outside the mainstream when he started campaigning on them decades ago into the center of one of the country's two major political parties the question for someone like Bernie Sanders is. Does that theory work in a general election on a national scale. Can you really bring in that many new people into the political process where there already are a whole a lot of people who vote and who have pretty vested interests in the context of an American election. Can you speak in the way. He does to the concerns of working class people without alienating millions of people who already vote for the Democratic Party and don't necessarily share that world view and could you as the president use that exact same aim playbook that exact same coalition to master Washington and break a Republican Senate in the same way that he transformed Burlington and broke.

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"bernie sanders" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"bernie sanders" Discussed on The Daily

"I had an experience last summer. I was invited by the government of Nicaragua to attend to six adversity in their revolution revolution. And they must have had four or five hundred thousand people out there listening to speeches. The horrible thought that I had really sunk my stomach was the kids in my own city. Young kids working class kids might be asked by this. President go to Nicaragua and get killed and it was a horrible thought. Some of these endeavors were relatively bold at a certain point. You go to Nicaragua you end up meeting with the leader of the Sandinistas and I know I'm not worried about any known. I'm just time yet. We running yes we all running. How are we doing on time? Five more minutes. I think we'll probably going up right now. Oh none of this is not a don't ended on this question if the issue is trust and this is not always an ask you is. How do events like that? Connect to voters and Brunton. Remind good question like that because I believe we have to empower empower people. One of the things we did is we said to. People speak out on national and international issues. Yes the mayor of the city of Burlington. Lincoln can't determine the defense budget but if we rally people all over the country speaking out on these issues then the members of Congress and US Senate is. We'll hear that so to answer your question. This is just another mechanism that we had to say to people. You have a voice. Do you think we should be spending more money on nuclear weapons weapons. Vote on it talk about it. So all of this has to do with empowering people to understand that in a democracy they can determine the future. Alex what do you make of that. That is really the essence of the Bernie Sanders approach to politics that the most important thing a political leader can can do is give voice to People's deepest concerns and frustrations and encourage people to give voice to it themselves. And if there's a gap APP between what that political leader is expressing or channeling and what he can actually accomplish. It's almost irrelevant that the act of expression Shen and engagement is the most important thing. And what happens when you draw people in on an issue like climate change or the Reagan administration's since policies in Central America is they become politically activated in a way that then transforms politics. Closer to home at the local level and Sandra's did eventually articulate what you're describing but not before he got frustrated with me and seemed to indicate he might end the interview when I mentioned Nicaragua. What do you think that? That's it's a power well first of all. This is a really charged moment in his early career. And in American politics there has been a revolution in Nicaragua. Daniel Ortega take on the Sandinistas are electing revolutionary movement that overthrows a repressive regime. They are seen as dangerous by the Reagan administration Australian because they are so left wing and the Republicans in Washington prop up a brutal right wing militia. To fight the Sandinistas Bernie. Sanders is one of many Americans on the left who get involved at that point in demonstrating in favor of the sandinistas or against Ronald Reagan can accept. Sanders takes a considerably further when he actually goes to Nicaragua shakes hands with Tak- himself. This is a story that someone and Sanders position. Russian probably ought to be able to explain or at least you would think he would feel comfortable explaining it and what I find somewhat confounding. As a reporter order is how much he resents even the prompt to go into his thinking at the time and to reflect a little bit on some of the things about his support support for the Sandinistas. That may not look as justifiable. In retrospect he doesn't WanNa do that. My sense is that at the heart. Tired of it for him. Is this sense that even asking the question is a kind of red baiting that it reflects the way the political establishment and he very much lumps the media and with the political establishment is out to get him much as it was in Burlington much as he believes it was in the two thousand sixteen campaign. This is a guy hi who in his early days. As mayor was described by a fellow elected official as representing the fungus of socialism. He is somebody who is very very sensitive Tiv- to anything he perceives as the charge that he is not just a populist not just very liberal but this wildly outside the mainstream dangerous radical medical. And when you raise Nicaragua I do think that's the nerve that it hits so that. There's no misunderstanding. Those who listen and ask about Nicaragua. I WanNa give you a chance. It's to make sure that there's no confusion for any listener. Whose casually checking in or was there anything about Daniel Ortega that time that give you pause? What gave me pause? Was that the United States at that time as you may recall. I don't remember. The president was before taking a dictator named smoke a WHO was a dictator very big. I supported by the United States of America then Ortega came to power the Sandinistas came to power and the United. It states intended to do what had done. In many instances. You're aware that the United States is a habit of overthrowing governments Latin America. I didn't think that was a good idea. Didn't think it was good idea then. And I didn't pick those who good idea now. So we worked against American intervention so we went there to say as part of the National Movement that the United States should not be involved about overthrowing. Small governments for the record. eighty-five you were you aware of any human rights issues are abuses by by Ortega. But we were aware that this was a very controversial moment Having taken from a dictatorship we were also aware that the United States start time with supporting many governments. Let America will much more brutal Then we'll take us what you hear. There is such an evasiveness about assessing the Ortega government on its own merits that you really wants to talk about his advocacy around Nicaragua exclusively as a repudiation of Reagan and not as as an endorsement of was going on there and if you look at his comments and activities at the time that's not quite right. He was more explicitly. Supportive of what the Sandinistas East as. We're doing then. Just going there as a sort of anti interventionist advocate but in fairness to sanders. This was not a fringe position at the time support for the Sandinistas does has obviously not necessarily aided as well as Bernie Sanders might have expected to politically. And that's I think where you hear his real discomfort talking about it in the context of of this campaign but in taking this trip and in talking about it the way he does he's living his create essentially exactly it is using all the levers of his power power and public influence as elected official to weigh in on this subject that is about as distant literally from Burlington as you can get.

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"bernie sanders" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"bernie sanders" Discussed on The Daily

"To kill a mockingbird has not played to a single empty the seat reports sixty minutes it is the most successful American play in Broadway history. Rolling Stone gives it five stars calling it unmissable and unforgettable all rise for the miracle that is mockingbird on Broadway it's a New York Times critic's Pick Jesse Green calls. It A. Mockingbird for our moment beautiful elegiac satisfying even exhilarating harp released to kill a mockingbird a new play by Aaron Sorkin a New York Times critic's pick tickets at telecharge DOT com. So Alex in Sandra's telling in the face of total oh political opposition and stonewalling. His solution is to essentially do what got him political power in the first place which is go to the people talk to. The people always the people that's his political brand as mayor. Much as it's his political brand now and in Burlington. It's an approach. That really works for him. It it establishes him as a legitimate city executive with an independent power base who cannot be treated as an interloper in City Hall. It's it also the first of a couple stages in mayor sanders campaign to reinvent Burlington city politics and if the first part of that is about about really engaging with city politics at the ground level the next stage after he's been mayor for a couple of years is to look way beyond Burlington and take on big national national and international political issues and connect them back to the local level. If I were the president of the largest bank in Burlington. I'd be real nervous about you. Well they maybe they may be But I think they are but I think what we've often talked about also is that my powers is male are in many ways limited and I have my visions as to what life should be informatics in Burlington and in the United States but we are going to speak out though on national and international issues which affect the city of Burlington for example. Obviously we're very concerned about Mr Reagan's policies which are impacting devastatingly. A low income and working people or we know what else how within the city of Burlington so Senator Sanders during this period. When you start talking about national issues you start talking about President Reagan? His economic pulse. You start talking about foreign policy. Send letters to the leaders of Japan expressing regret for the two arms that were dropped on that country by the US. What was your thinking as you're building this coalition locally you start talking talking about issues beyond the borders of Brandon and what is your thinking be clear? Ninety plus percent of our energy was dealing with local issues like reforming the police department. Tom and paving the streets we brought a minor league baseball team into Burlington Vermont. Ninety five ninety eight percent of our work was locally. Doing what mayors supposed supposed to do. But is part of empowering people what we also believed is it was important to think globally and act locally so if we were spending being a whole lot of money in Washington under Reagan investing in military spending giving tax breaks to the rich that impacted the city of Burlington. We may alias. We need money to help us with housing. We need money to help us with roads and infrastructure and yet Washington is spending this money on the military busy invading another country or whatever. They're doing one. We should be speaking up on those issues. The question is whether we use the incredible wealth and natural resources and intelligence of our society to create a decent Jason Standard of living a decent life for all of our people in this country and abroad whether we develop the greatest military machine for killing in the history of the world. That's what the choices this was the middle of the Cold War and we started a sister city program. I know some of the right wing media misinterprets this but what we did is I took a group of about a dozen people from Burlington. TRS level in the old Soviet Union. The hockey teams coming about we had doctors coming into now. We have kids coming in and out it really. I love the idea. Sister City programs at work phenomenal in a lot of people so the kids began to learn about Russia. And I happen to believe then and I believe now than if we're going to bring peace to the world we need a lot of of cultural exchanges. We youth exchanges. In fact I recently proposed to take you one tenth of one percent of the military budget and putting it into cultural exchanges inches which I think is a very good investment..

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"bernie sanders" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

10:53 min | 1 year ago

"bernie sanders" Discussed on The Daily

"Alford's why this moment Bernie Sanders is is such an unusual character in American politics as a lifelong socialist and left-wing activists who has endured for decades as a major political Michael figure and who has become a leading presidential candidate and to understand how he got from really the fringes of American politics to the absolute forefront. We're front you have to go back to this moment in early nineteen eighties where he becomes mayor of Burlington where he figures out how to take those ideas and actually win elections with them and then governor govern. This is a period. I've been spending a lot of time on in my own reporting because it's just such a vital formative experience for Sanders and so the story starts with the turn of the nineteen seventies as Bernie. Sanders arrives in Vermont with a whole lot of left wing ideas not a whole lot of local connections and links up with A. You knew marginal political party called the Liberty Union and that party had been formed around opposition to the war in Vietnam and in the fight for economic justice. It is a very small party. In a very small state Bernie. Sanders starts showing up to Liberty Union meetings and the party identifies him as the man they want to run for a US. A Senate seat in nineteen seventy one and it was very interesting campaign and so forth and so on I got two percent of the vote. He loses that election but then he has gotten the electoral bug a you later. That was the general election I ran for governor of the state I got one percent. He loses again GonNa ran for Senate again against PAT. Lahey is Lee often reminds me on. I got four percent and again then he loses. I'm seeing a pattern here. Yes it is loss after loss after loss and while he's running losing he has a series of odd jobs. I was doing some writing. I was banging nails a little bit of carpentry work. He also had a job putting together newsreels and educational film strips about history for our school. Kids that's before video for younger people. There was a single film strips. I won't go to what they were photographs and sound. Did most of the work myself had a little bit help talk of and so forth but a lot of fun actually. He sells these films to schools in the region and he also spent time putting together a project that he's personally quite invested invested in proud of if you're the average American who watches television forty hours a week. You've probably heard of such important people as Kojak and wonderwoman strangely enough. That's however nobody has told you about gene debs one of the most important Americans of the twentieth century which is a film about the life of the legendary American Socialist leader Eugene debs debs was a very great American he was an original founders of industrial unionism socialist candidate for president six times. You know somebody who had the whole lot. The ruling class has always taught in train. You to believe it to be your patriotic duty to go to war and to have yourself slaughtered at their command. But in all the history of the world you the people have never had a voice in declaring war throughout the nineteen seventies. He is this activist just educator who is running campaign after campaign and losing every time he's not really developing a professional or political career for himself in Vermont Vermont but in the city of Burlington in nineteen eighty or so so friends of mine came up to me and they said you know there's going to be a mayor's election coming up in eighty eighty one and you know what we check the records and you did pretty well running the Liberty Union candidate you got actually twelve percent of the vote. In some of the working class districts in Burlington two percent or four percent or six percent stays Burlington. We did that. We're doing better so we'll bunch of people together and they said okay. We'll do it. The Bernie Sanders brooklyn-born self-described socialist running for mayor for the first time in one thousand nine hundred eighty one one against a democratic old guard that had run the city for a decade when Sanders becomes a candidate for mayor. He is facing off against a powerful democratic establishment. Burlington at this point for decades has been essentially essentially a one party town with a relatively conservative democratic ruling clique. That has just had a hammerlock on city politics. The incumbent mayor is not seen in by anybody as vulnerable to the point that the Republicans don't even field a candidate against him. He's also up against just a culture of apathy when it comes to municipal election that people generally don't show up to vote for mayor or for other city offices so Bernie Sanders and this kind of Ragtag Group of academics and activists is an intellectuals band together to try to figure out how to crack a city election in a place where nobody liked them has ever won before you would literally it really would not believe if I tell you how little we knew about politics but we ended up having real politics. It's one thing to run for statewide office. Knowing you're not GonNa win on a radio show talk about issues which are good but the nitty gritty of politics. So as a newcomer to city Politics Bernie Sanders runs a different kind of campaign from on the campaigns. He's run before this isn't about thirty thousand foot ideological issues like when he was a protest candidate for the Senate volunteer worker at the old The CO-OP here in Burlington right ground spell obscurity. You got cut from one hundred thirty dollars to forty eight dollars and what what was the justification for that. How do they expect you to live on different? They don't care. This is a ground level campaign. That's weighed over really concrete. Kitchen table issues that are relevant. He hopes to a wide array of constituencies in the city. That feel like they've been left out by the existing power structure. We had a lot out of support in for example low income housing projects that people who are getting a raw deal from the city that ran the projects we had support from environmental groups. We had support from one group in the south end of the city was going to be a major highway right through the neighborhood and they said we don't like that so sanders is gaining some real support in this race. He's not a trivial candidate but still the powers that be in Burlington. Do not see him as a threat to win this election. Let me talk about election night. What what was the story of that night for? When I walked in on election day I was of the two opinions Number one that we would lose very heavily in the newspapers and some guy a newspaper I was covering it said the odds of Santa's winning about one hundred to one that was literally they wrote so either we were doing something magical or we would lose overwhelmingly early but I did not anticipate. Is that would on election. I think the results were ahead by fourteen votes. And after the recount templates dot. I did not expect. Many people in Burlington are still in a state of shock following that cities most stunning political upset in memory press reports from election tonight. Describe him as stunned and then elated that he wins and he wins by the absolute narrowest of margins just ten by ten votes but art sanders one of the founders the Liberty Union Party and a consistent loser in previous quests for elective office was now the big winner considered by many to be unelectable because of his so oh called radical views Mr Sanders put together an unlikely coalition of supporters and edged the ten year incumbent Gordon pocket so your strategy had worked when you take office becoming elected official the day to day reality of it match your expectations of the power of winning this office in being there well we had a very unique experience Bernie. Sanders has pulled off an extraordinary feat. He has abandoned the city establishment. He has become a socialist mayor in the United States at the height of the Cold War. I black but what happens next. Is He runs into a brick wall of political opposition. There is a body in Burlington. The board of Alderman. We would call it a city council. There are thirteen eighteen members. Eleven of them are either Democrats or Republicans but their party label matters less than the fact that they're opposed to Bernie Sanders. He comes in the powerful Democrats in the powerful Republicans. Both essentially say he should not be the mayor of city and he will not be the mayor of the city for very long. Because we're GONNA make sure that he can't get anything done people were trying to sabotage trying to sabotage me yes trying to sabotage. The first thing they did was through fire my secretary they have the power to fire your secretarial so they rejected secretary they take it back pretty quickly but the damage. The relationship is Kinda done not only to the board board of Aldermen mass with his ability to hire secretary they reject all of his nominees for the top jobs in the city city clerk city treasurer city attorney and they made me run the city for the first year with exactly the administration of the Guy I had beaten. You know it's like neutered. Yes so it's like you know. Donald trump running his administration with brock Obama's appointees so four really his first full year as mayor here he has a somewhat ornamental role. How are you thinking about this rounded? What they had said in one of the elite said? Well Look Bernie. Sanders is a fluke. That was the word the US and they said you're brand of politics. Everything about you thought was just. This was an accident it should never happen and we will stonewall him in the first year people see that he can accomplish anything then. We'll go back to the office. Yeah well it was a brutal you so what we had to do was literally formed a parallel City government without any money. I mean we didn't couldn't pay anybody but we put together a group of strong supporters and we had them helping us working on legislation and ideas ideas and we did everything that we could why we're being absolutely opposed by the Democratic and Republicans on the Board Waldman so we we organized that the grassroots level. We mobilize people. Our job was to get people involved in the political process. How did you tell you how we did? Even before I took took office. We had meetings on issues that people were concerned about that have been ignored for very long time. We said we believe in. What's the city has got to be vital alive? What do we do about the arts? What do we do about economic development? We do about women's rights so we ended up starting owning a council on Arts Council on Women Council on us we slotted what we call the neighborhood planning associations which meant we gave local Eh. Each ward had a certain amount of money spent however they want it so we try to democratize it and we brought people into the process of wasn't Meesane we're going to do a B and c these people who themselves selves.

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"bernie sanders" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"bernie sanders" Discussed on The Daily

"We have to go back to the first time that you want elected office as mayor of Burlington in one thousand nine hundred so the New York Times gotta right every once in a while. So that's what I want to ask you about all right there you go from the New York Times. I'm Michael Barr. This is the deal Rowlinson. Jason is the largest city in Vermont. Situated as it is on Lake Champlain with the Adirondack Mountains view. It's a lovely lovely spot. We'd like to meet its new mayor Mayor Sanders. There's got a lot of attention recently. Not only with his ten vote victory but mostly because he is a socialist part to in our series on pivotal moments in the lives of the top four Democratic candidates for president today the people who are living all the Burlington Housing Authority developments both the senior citizen developments low-income housing projects on going to be receiving the lowest cable television bills in the state of Vermont Bernie Sanders Ronald Title Regan and his billionaire. Friends do not represent America. But we do. Lastly I want to touch on the theater. My heart and that is the issue of affordable healthcare. The people of Burlington voted overwhelmingly overwhelmingly in support of Congress moving forward to establish a national. It'll help care system. I think that is exactly how this country is going to have to go on that issue. It's Friday December. Sixth Sixth.

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"bernie sanders" Discussed on Worst Year Ever

Worst Year Ever

13:00 min | 1 year ago

"bernie sanders" Discussed on Worst Year Ever

"You know and how will he pay for it you know. He's made no he. He has an obfuscated the fact that Yes yes taxes will go up for businesses Katie. It's not like we have an extra treanor two dollars sitting around and planes that don't work. That could go towards that. Yeah it's not like you know but the whole argument being that you might spend a bit more on your taxes but you would. Otherwise otherwise spend that money on premium automatically you'll be saving money And he also says that his plan will save money by using government collective bargaining to lower prices of pharmaceutical local companies. And things that this would save the government when one hundred thirteen billion a year And you know so. I think that this is probably the strongest Medicare for all plan that we are seeing the will get into it a bit more. We Talk About Elizabeth Warren He also has his his wealth tax plan tax on those with a network of over thirty two million so the top zero point one percent of households they would have a progressive tax rate eight in this progressive tax rate would be one percent tax on households of two adults with over thirty two million meaning that they would pay about five thousand dollars in a wealth tax. which honestly isn't that much? When you're making that much money after you make the initial and then that goes up with each subsequent bracket that you get into so it goes up to two percent for people that earn fifty to two hundred fifty million dollars each and then it would be different? If it's a a single household and Bernie's team claims that would raise about four point three five trillion over the next ten years. And what would he want us to use that money for. He would like to use it to fund on Universal Childcare affordable housing plan and some of it would be used to fund medicare for all. is well this. Isn't that different from Elizabeth Warren's wealth tax plan except that she would be using some of this money to support Hughes but he does have a plan for that as well also just the amount out and the percentages. Yeah he's going to be farther to left on. I mean I'm just saying like inherently like at its crux. They aren't drastically different but yes different rates and all that but he also has you know Free College for everyone plan which would eliminate eight tuition at four year public colleges and universities and this applies to all prospective students regardless of economic status and it would cost the Katya Acadia is key is college currently expensive. It's like like with Bernie. Sanders is electricity. I just stole books. From Barnes and noble. It's really expanded with very affordable audible. It really it's really expensive and you know I think that the real way and I'm just positing this to increase equality and opportunity is through education so we really want to fix this. We need to make sure our broken system. We need to make sure that people have access to it. I think that's where he's coming from. But I don't know I don't know What if what if instead of that? We just provided additional extension cords so that everyone could steal power from the local think that I think that his his free college for everyone plan includes extension. Cords so I think that that's one way okay but so but actually so peed actually offers tax incentives on extension cords ars though but that doesn't count for inflation. No I have a question. Do you guys know if like any of these plans education of anything to do with like like medical school and Law Oskoui and things like that or is it. Just on Undergrad. I believe it's Undergrad. Not Enough of what. I've been focusing undergraduate and graduate school. Yeah I'm just thinking of my brother who has like three hundred thousand dollars in debt to become an oncologist yet but you know if you decide so Soviet if you decide to do nothing gre- like on college your cancer. You Know Design Zayn. Anybody gets cancer. Yeah Yeah we're not talking about Universal healthcare because people get cancer. All right no His plan also includes a student loan reform lowering interest rates But he's also proposed a bill that would cancel current student. Loan debt And that would be funded by a tax on Wall Street And you know like Warren. He wants to invest one point. Three billion every year in private non-profit historically black colleges and universities in minority minority serving the tuitions. And that's all great. You know we're familiar with a lot of his stances right now. He's on immigration. He's called for the break-up of NC. BP and wants to reinstate and expand expand DACA dismantle deportation centers and reunite families allow more more refugees. All of this He wants to end the prosecution of whistle blowers using the espionage espionage. Act All of that's great and And let's talk about Israel real quickly because Bernie is perhaps the most vocal critic of Israel's policy towards Palestine amongst any of the candidates he's long criticized the US's support of Israel and says that aid to Israel Israel should be contingent on how they treat the Palestinians he would also like some US funding to be used as humanitarian aid in Gaza. Just last week you speaking at a Jay Street conference suggested that the US should condition aid to Israel. Uneven give some of that aid to Palestinians which makes them not a favorite with Israel and I guess one of the main criticisms of his stance on Israel's is the suggestion that if we send funding to Gaza then we're also funding Hamas which is obviously equating. The people of Gaza with House. You know that's a talking point of people like Ben Shapiro and and those those lovely human beings on this issue. Sanders says conflicting an effort to address that crisis with support for Hamas is part of an effort to dehumanize is Palestinians and continue the conflict which I agree with an interesting thing to note in this comes. It's actually our good friend. Katie Golden wrote about this script for some more news or other show But that in times of peace support for Hamas actually drops and. That's interesting testing to just keep in mind that during times of conflict the Palestinians tend to turn to Hamas for protection because they don't have any other options it which is why of course it's in everyone's best interest to foster peace as an attempt to diminish their sway in the region If you're in an open air prison and you've got no one to protect you. Then what are you gonna Adan Right. I mean it seems very unreasonable that the Palestinians side with a mosque during times of conflict. Because you know a win win for example there there were those attacks in the United States in two thousand one we did not Begin to irrationally support our military industrial complex in a variety of overseas ventures Well beyond anything that could have been construed as a reasonable reaction. That didn't happen here so light. Let's talk a bit about some of the stuff that he's received some push back on one would be guns Those of us who have different relationships with guns but for are as a liberty sexual in exactly what quasi sexual. Yeah you know for us. It's pretty well accepted for a liberal. Ah To be more anti-gun in general pro gun regulation But Bernie has always expressed a belief in the right to own arms. Also believe if in some gun control in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight. He supported and salt rifle ban. In one thousand nine hundred forty he voted against the Brady Handgun. Violence Prevention Act due to mandatory waiting periods. But for the most part through the his political career Sanders has believed that most gun control dishes. Decisions should be left to the states even following the Sandy Hook massacre in two thousand thirteen. He expressed some skepticism about whether he would support New measures that Obama was proposing at the time which included in salt weapons ban. He did ultimately vote for it. But you know that comes back to also a AH catering to his state and the people that vote for him and you know playing the game of being a politician but his dance. Yeah go ahead Robert Vermont is. I'm not sure if you're aware of this of forty percent gun bipolar. So it's a reasonable move. Yeah I I understand that but it just seems like an important thing to bring up because that is something that people talk about when they're talking about Bernie Sanders But it's it's important to note that is a stance has evolved a lot since then then Now his gun control platform includes taking on the NRA. it's affecting Washington expanding background checks Ending the gun. Show loophole will ban the distribution of assault weapons. Other things to you guys can check out his website. I'm not GonNa just read his website to you but I just make the point that he has had some. There's been some controversy or some criticism of him in this issue in the past and he has done some evolving. The other thing I wanted to bring up was this pro life. pro-choice controversy that kind of bubbled up in twenty seventeen It seems worth noting In two thousand seventeen sanders campaign pain for a Nebraska. Mayoral candidate Keith. Mellow who has cosponsored bills restricting abortion rights And and and that rubbed a lot of people including myself the wrong way at the time you know back then people were post. Two Thousand Sixteen people were really upset that he wasn't endorsing racing other Democratic candidates which you know really could have helped them in their races but he did endorse this man of all people and Sanders defended his decision saying quote? The truth is that in some conservative states. There will be candidates that are popular candidates who may not agree with me on every issue. I understand it. That's that's what politics about in claims quote. If we were going to protect a woman's right to choose at the end of the day we're going to need democratic control over the House and the Senate and the state governments the over this nation and we have got to appreciate where people come from and do our best to fight for the pro choice agenda but I think you just can't exclude. People who disagree agree with US on one issue and get that sentiment but I disagree. I think I think that's a line in the sand at this point for me. I don't think that we can have Democrat's office. That aren't pro-choice doesn't mean that people have to get abortions. But they have to support that. The Democrats believe in women's reproductive rights or even the logic behind that is a little off kilter. If few you're saying that you need democratic control in order to protect women's rights nights but if some of the Democrats are not going to vote for it in graded this mayor but in general that really really really hurt my feelings. That's the wrong way to head but link. This is somebody that is an advocate and a bulldog and fights for people that the need need him and and and women are obviously obviously. This is greatly important. And and you know a lot of pushback on on this from people that are diehard Bernie fans would say like look look to his record and that's true he has been really pro women's reproductive rights and it's important to note but I I I That bothers me. That really bothered me. Yeah he's he's not perfect he One thing that's interesting to me as we go over all the stuff. Katie is that his background. He's a guy who is not willing to compromise on the things that are important to him to make himself more palatable for election in the in the first place he was pretty strong about like like. He's pretty consistent about the main lines of his campaign but once he is in office And once once he's sort of like like in in that mode he's been very willing to compromise and compromising fat and in some cases on his beliefs and stuff in order to stay in power to kind of like further the goals that he has which is like. That's not necessarily a bad thing. It's kind kind of the people who do that. Tend to stay in politics for a long time rather than getting kicked out so it's being a politician. It's being politician like they like they all. You're not a politician. Yeah cody stuff. You wanted to bring up briefly. Yeah You'd mentioned sort of.

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"bernie sanders" Discussed on Worst Year Ever

Worst Year Ever

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"bernie sanders" Discussed on Worst Year Ever

"His record is a mayor. was you know not all one sided But he was reelected again and again and eventually in two thousand six he was sent the people of Vermont to the Senate and there he remains and that's what I wrote about Bernie Sanders for high speed essay project. That's so good. Thank you for Bernie We you guys want to talk about. Yeah we were just like making giving you their look. We're we're not sure so you covered a lot of the stuff that I think. There's a lot of overlap and I love that you know I I was GonNa Talk. Focus more on his political career you've certainly touched on this. The first point I wanted to make is looking at his history of elections and losses but perseverance. You know so he ran for governor. Several Times ran for Senate several times The only position that he won out of hand without a he we know having previously lost is mayor that was by very low margin even after he was married he ran for the House of Representatives but lost his first time. And then you know ran again again and was elected in Nineteen Ninety took office in Nineteen Ninety one And and and I think that's were a lot of us start to know him. You know this was very helpful. All this back story But you know immediately once he was in there he founded the Congressional Progressive Caucus was a consistent opponent. Senate of George W Bush's administration. He forced voted against the Iraq war and quickly established himself as being an opposition to tax cuts that benefit the wealthy incorporations Inc's he was re elected seven times after that usually by wide margins than in two thousand six sanders ran again for the US Senate in this time time he easily won and in twenty sixteen. Well I don't need to tell you what happened to sixteen but I mentioned this again. Bring back to that point of I. I think it's interesting. It speaks to his resilience and like the fact that he keeps coming back. They you know his his ingrained desire to to make a difference with people I think that. That's a charitable of course. I think he's a politician but he's you're genuinely cares about improving people's lives It also speaks to how he how. He's worked his way through politics that he's taken in time to win people over and you can look at it and be like well elections. He's lost but you can also see historically he's run for things and then one after that so I I just put that out there. Yeah you can. You can get elected easier if you compromise more and sort of reframe what you say. But for the most part he says what he means and just has continued to make the case and people have caught onto it. Yeah such as with Medicare care for all. Obviously he's the first person to have been championing. This and now it is something that we all talk about. And it's perhaps the most important important issue that people are voting on You know according.

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"bernie sanders" Discussed on Worst Year Ever

Worst Year Ever

11:22 min | 1 year ago

"bernie sanders" Discussed on Worst Year Ever

"You Know Deborah. This house was full of floors. There's no not not a dirt floor. Incite now Bernie state in Vermont after the divorce in March of nineteen sixty nine. He bought another property even further away from civilization for days after buying it his first son Levi Noah Sanders was born to a woman named Susan. Motte now during this time Bernie worked mostly as a carpenter and he was by all accounts. It's terrible people who are still friends. Today who have been his constant supporters for decades. All agree he was a garbage carpenter. So Bernie's do not hire Bernie Sanders to build you a bookcase. Still my that is. He's he's like the opposite of great story. Exactly it would be Kinda the cool if he and Harrison Ford opened up like a carpentry shop But not if you got Bernie on one of those days she would really want Harrison doing the job now. Bernie also worked as a writer and with slightly better at this job but as we'll cover later not a lot he. He made very little money at this point in time and he never really found a career for himself until at age thirty he stumbled into politics on October. Twenty Third Nineteen seventy-one Bernie went to a meeting of a political party called the Liberty Union This was an anti war. Party active in Plainfield Vermont. where he and Susan lived now during the meeting call went out for someone anyone to run for for? US Senate under the party platform. No one else seemed to particularly interested in Bernie volunteered So this is his entrance into politics. Now he was not a natural campaigner during his first radio interview. He was so frightened that the microphone picked up the sound of his knees hitting against the table he wrote in his book outsider in the house a strange thumping noise traverse the airwaves in the few calls that came in express no doubt that this career was to be short lived. Who is this guy? One of the listeners. Ask so he's not. He's not one of these people whose charisma immediately everyone's like this man is going to be president one day kind of seems like a Gawky Nerdy nerdy socialist kid who lives in dirt shack. Yeah he's just a passionate Weirdo. You gotTA. He looked like he was eighty at thirty. Yeah he's he's the same age since about nineteen seventy five. Yeah now Bernie ran for Senate in a nineteen seventy-two special election auctioned failed He ran again for governor the same year and he failed at that then he ran for Senate again in nineteen seventy four and he failed and he ran for governor again nineteen seventy six and he failed failed at no point did he get more than six percent of the vote. So he's not. You wouldn't say great at this. So far I was GONNA mention this in my section I get into the politics of it but yeah and is a one thousand nine hundred seventy six gubernatorial run. He ended up getting a I think. Like eleven thousand votes which not impede over Gut But that was like at the high point I think of the Liberty Union parties engagement certain people it also kind of siphoned off votes from the Democratic challenger in the Republican one. Yeah so he's that is interesting that Even his failed campaigns got more votes than people. uh-huh interesting interesting. I wonder if he took really awkward photos in front of the Holocaust memorial in Berlin. I bet he didn't. I think maybe maybe Pete has a lock on that now. Oh but maybe it's something Bernie did but like Pete Pete copied copied it. It's like it's like with the it's like with the orphan. Yeah he's just being like God damn it. That was my thing for that at my wife talking talking about sexy I wasn't in front of the monument to the greatest crime in human history. Damn it yeah influence or photos in front of the Holocaust Museum for all who wanted yeah. I can't wait to see president trump selfie in front of the Holocaust Museum. That's going to be a real. It's GonNa be real treat. Well he's a religious so it's bet it's going to be where he chooses to plug Michelle Malkin's new book now now So yeah well. Well Bernie threw himself running into office. He barely managed to keep his small family live He did have a floor at this point so you could. I'd say he moved on up. Hey rented a brick duplex that had basically no furniture or food in it. Who need them most floor? Most of his friends say it was just library very cards and notebooks full of scripts. So Brady's that guy his son Levi who I have to tell you. His son apparently always called him. Bernard I feel like my dad was named Bernard I would absolutely do that. Yeah now his son Leib. I had an upstairs bedroom. And Bernie shared custody with Motte and the nature of their relationship is kind of unclear. I think to everybody which is not our business. I've never heard any allegations that she liked hates him or anything But you wouldn't thing you will find if you look for Anti Bernie sort of interpretations of his background which which I did because that's part of our job on this Is that he was the sort of idea that he was a deadbeat dad during this period And and there is a little bit of evidence for aspects of this Darcy trouble one of his fellow. Liberty Union members described his apartment in this period as stark and dark and another friend said. The electricity was turned off a lot. Remember him running an extension cord down to the basement. He couldn't pay his bills. So Bernie is like stealing his power and not able to Kim. Keep the lights on. When he's taking his? Yeah you know I mean I have different. I do slightly connotation of what a deadbeat beat data is. There's more there's a little. Yeah Yeah I just I I will say for the record. I kind of want a president who had to steal power into Being as someone who has stolen a lot of electricity a variety of buildings over the years in fact some somebody to steal electricity just for for the love of the game. You know even if you don't need anymore you're like yeah that yeah just over the library. Actually the feel just feel for once again second. Yeah now a Mutt was apparently which is his sons mom in I guess the on again off the quasi relationship. It's very unclear. What the extent of their relationship was but she was around regularly would suggest that Sheen Bernie had a decent relationship The piece of evidence you'll see most regularly cited to suggest that Bernie was a deadbeat. Dad failed in his duties as provider. was a testimonial in a local Vermont on paper from Nineteen seventy-one now this was over a tenants rights. Bill and the testimony was by Susan. Motte in the newspaper. She complains that the bill does not go far enough to protect single mothers on Welfare. So it's basically her being like I. I think this tenants rights. Bill isn't good because you know I'm a single mother on welfare and it's not GonNa do enough for me so people who do not like Bernie have taken this the fact that you know his The mother of his child child was living as a single mother on welfare in identifying that way as evidence. That Bernie was yeah a deadbeat dad. I mean The article cool that I found on vetting Bernie Twenty twenty Went by the title deadbeat. Dad how Bernie's craven political ambition kept him from supporting his young child so so it's not not a subtle subtle take. Now that doesn't sound fair. What what what? What side of the political spectrum do you think that came from? You're very liberal. Yeah you're you're one hundred percent any Yeah yeah vetting Bernie. Twenty twenty is a project of the People's view an organization with the slogan restoration. Not Revolution Yeah it's pretty. It's pretty main. Yeah I bet. They love Pete. Buddha images picture in front of the silicone I say. We take their perspective with a lot of grains the salt. I mean the headline deadbeat dad. How Bernie's craven you don't you don't you think that's biased? Somebody not having the money his W- wife or his ex whomever share relationship with his ex girlfriend and her being on welfare and considering herself calling herself a single mom does not make Bernie a deadbeat. Dad It means that they're I would say that's a stretch they're poor. Should I could see Bernie being an absent minded dad. I could see Bernie cerebral. I could see him being difficult as a data. Ah I suspect he was not somebody that forgets you know. I mean he's stolen anyway. It bills itself itself as a progressive and Liberal Democratic source on the Web But seems to mostly focus on smearing Bernie Sanders and to a lesser extent attacking Elizabeth Warren Interest and the the editor in chief seems to have deep ties to the healthcare industry. That's all we need to know about that. Taylor's Taylor's time Zola's Ryan every single time that was also in researching. This is trying to find. Like all right. GimMe the Gimme the good stuff like yeah and almost everything is just a version of what you described. Yeah no there is there is some actual usual dirty dirty dirt that we will be talking about There is floors. No but that is hard to do. Because he's flourished larryelder. Yeah it was just sturt But you know this is. This is something that some people will attack him on. And whether or not you think I will note that this is basically the attack that Growing up all conservatives had for all socialists is that they were all exactly like Bernie Sanders living in sin out of wedlock with their their the mother of their child and Subsisting on welfare stealing power so he is absolutely that guy. Yeah yeah he was. He was a hundred percent that guy but that is also a lot of people love them. And whether or not you do depends depends on your your views on that sort of thing but you know what you should love. Regardless of your views products and services the products and services that we can all socialist first capitalist Communist Marxist Kamerhe Rouge we can all agree that products and services are a necessary part of society. You can't live without him if if I'm remember. They were big fans of advertising..

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"bernie sanders" Discussed on Deconstructed with Mehdi Hasan

Deconstructed with Mehdi Hasan

09:39 min | 1 year ago

"bernie sanders" Discussed on Deconstructed with Mehdi Hasan

"That was Democratic presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders speaking to me from his campaign his in Vermont. I'm joined now here in the studio in Washington. DC by the intercepts DC bureau chief Ryan Grim Ryan. Welcome to the show always good to be here under. They're dealing with the health the age question. I had to throw him at the end. It's kind of always the elephant in the room always has been now post a heart attack Even more so it was interesting that he kind of joked to their about. You know I'll come back and four years and talk to you about a second term but normally when you vote for president you're assuming if you're a supporter of that person and they're going to serve two terms eight years. Eight years would make Bernie's on his eighty seven years old when he left office he did seem to be leaving open the possibility that he he would serve one term and he explicitly said I will serve one term and then I'll figure out a second term later whereas the standard answer for that is no. I'm I'm in it for two terms. mm so that's you know. No no president. Modern presidential candidate wants to wants to cut themselves short though pundits are always looking for somebody to say that I wrote a piece last year saying maybe guy and I attacked by supporters of Bernie Sanders. Saying I'm a just and Jimmy Carter himself as I pointed out to the Senate said he doesn't. I think he could've done the job. At the age of eighty I'm clearly in the presence of a great pundit but you know because there's an idea and I think there's probably a little bit of merit to it that that some instead of voters would see as statesmanlike you know a commitment that you're in it for the American people four years off the revolution going to bring about the revolution. I'm going to give it everything you've got and and you're going to put in place people who are GonNa carry forward the revolution for you. So let me jump in there and say what was also interesting that interview was Elizabeth. Warren's name was mentioned obviously by me and by the senator I asked him would he be open to having a war on a presidential is part of the. I know it's part of the Pala Games and of DC. But actually even when I talked to friends of mine who are not political and this comes up. There's actually a lot of interest amongst public larger who vice presidential candidate. Who would be on the ticket with that person? And I know people don't like talking about it. It's too soon bought if you're someone who's torn between Bernie warrant if you're a progressive you kind of like the idea of okay. Whoever gets on the top of the ticket? I hope the other person's on the bottom of it you do and it's always fraught to talk about it from a gender relations standpoint if you're talking about a woman as vice president and Joe Biden step on a rake that hit him right in the face at the beginning of his campaign when he suggested Stacey Abrams make a wonderful. VP and apparently bite under this in two thousand sixteen into he reached out to Elizabeth Warren about when he was thinking about jumping in the race to challenge Hillary Clinton he wanted Warren as his running mate. Then too right yeah right. So and and it fits his his his view of the world. All that aside. I think you're right. And more to the point. Somebody like sanders also warned in a way to but somebody like sanders doesn't trust very many national politicians that you might be able to count all of them on that so trigger if he's doing the kind of vice presidential search which can do there's a short short shortlist. It's an extremely short list and the number of people who crossed the threshold shold of national credibility. Who are on that list? Vergara point very small. But what do you do about the quote unquote identity politics about this. I put this point to the senator. He kinda after much dodging ducking he. He did say I'm not ruling anything out this stage. Unlike some other candidates who said other male candidates who said I would like ideally. It'd be a woman on the ticket with me because can you really in twenty twenty still after Hillary Clinton cracking that glass ceiling winning the popular. Vote can you really have no women anywhere anywhere on the ticket. I just find that bizarre people saying I'm being naive or whatever it is. That's the way politics but I just find that the Democrats would go into twenty twenty with an all male ticket against trump trump. It would be unlikely not not completely impossible but I but I think close to impossible I think an all white ticket is a lot more likely Bernie Sanders Jewish not gonNA race that history he mentioned in the interview. Yes it's true but so I I could see a Sanders Warren Warren. or It'd be harder to see a warrant sanders because you want you know. Warren is younger than Sanders and so can follow him to have a seven year. Old Vice President is it and I just wanted to say he would accept today. Anybody Son's interested in being vice president. You know it's a point as finishing your seventy eight to eighty two. I think it's on this time I'm GonNa Worm second-term would make a lot of people. Have you make people unhappy but it might work. It would make the right people unhappy and that's very true and took the right people being unhappy. I did also make the point about Joe Biden and he didn't bite with Hillary Clinton analogy. I personally think Joe and I've written this piece as well pundit that I am Biden is Hillary Clinton mark too. But he's Hillary Larry Clinton with all of Clinton's calms and very few of her pros. He's worse than Clinton in many ways. Yeah Yeah Hillary Clinton was a much more talented politician than Joe Biden and. She's not terribly talent politician. Now she weathered decades and millions of dollars worth of opposition spending by Republicans since two to paint her into into what she became. She also fed into it in in ways that she didn't have to nobody forced her to give Goldman Sachs speeches right before she was going to run for president. Or appearing before fracking conferences. But yes Joe Biden has has the talent that he has and we saw it on display nine hundred ninety eight when he ran. We saw it on display an eight when he ran. And we're seeing and we're seeing it again. He's he's never been a terrific. Politicians be encounter people listening in who are not familiar with the eight. Eight raises. Ryan is using the talent in the loosest sense. Yes nobody crashed. It burned in both people who who follow politics closely. At Eight. Zero eight would be unlikely to be deeply familiar with the fact that even ran those one percent in Iowa back in two thousand eight hundred eighty both of those years were set up for him and he had his mental faculties humming at higher level. And so it wasn't sunsetting back then. As do you put a recent son was still in the middle of the sky. Okay well last question before I let you go. It's a question I didn't have time to ask the Senator Nancy. Pelosi House Speaker came out recently few days ago and said what are the left thinking. What works in San Francisco? Does it work in Michigan. She pooh-poohed the green new deal. She pooh-poohed Medicare for all Isn't the reality that the President Saunders or even a president. Warren won't just have to deal with the Republicans won't just have to deal with the Joe Mansions in the Senate. The conservative conservative Senate Democrats. They'll have to deal with quote Unquote Liberal House Speaker from San Francisco. Who made it clear? She's not on board with this agenda. Yeah and first of all. Her point is probably factually incorrect. She she was talking about a wealth tax. A wealth tax will play well in San Francisco but even with Republican. Its way it's gotta be way more popular in Michigan Than San Francisco where all the billionaires truly live and would end would get lost luster Bernie Sanders one Michigan in the Democratic primaries. Yeah so Bernie. Sanders has a plan for this. He calls it his political revolution. You know he's he's going to win and then he's going to keep his movement going and he's going to pressure for people backward their thumb Pelosi. Well Nancy Pelosi you basically have to elect a new speaker Acre like you would have. You would have to organize support for a challenge to Nancy. Nancy Pelosi On on unless you can get some type of commitments from her that. She's not going to be the Nancy Pelosi that she's been you know the last. You know four to six years or so obsessed with with deficit reduction and and nervous that Whatever she does is anything she does? Liberal is going to alienate swing voters in these in these districts that she needs now his his argument would be. And there's some some truth to it that if Bernie Sanders comes from behind an Democratic nomination and then wins the White House that that that changes the political calculations that even people like Nancy Pelosi makes but at the same time sanders has got to get off the sidelines. In some of these primaries now there are more than one hundred members of Congress being challenged right now and sanders has endorsed. I think one of them just On Tuesday night. We had a couple of insurgent candidates candidates Running in Philadelphia Lisbeth worn backed one of two rather than backing both Bernie Sanders back zero And one at one of the two one they ah neither standard nor worn are really getting in a vigorous way into the primary debates. And that's how you're going to kind of reshape. The congress that he's going to be dealing with he's trying to win I. Yeah and then he's going to deal with and maybe all he can bite off right now. Is the White House. That's that's a significant task to try to win the White House. They'll planning for the post which is not doing it now. Although I think you should also an all democrats should plan for what happens the day after that actually. DONALD TRUMP says he won't go. But maybe that's just my thing. Maybe I'm being paranoid as he put it out I am but it's a conversation for another day Ryan will have to leave it there. Thanks so much for coming on the show again. Thank you for having me and a quick announcement before I let you all go deconstructed deconstructed. We'll be coming to Toronto Canada this Friday evening. We're recording a special live show with the Canadian Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussein and the leader of the opposition position. MVP party Jagmeet Singh so please. If you'RE IN TORONTO YOU WANNA come watch a live recording. You WanNA ask questions.

"bernie sanders" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"bernie sanders" Discussed on The Daily

"From the New York Times I'm Michael Barbaro this is the daily today they're very unhappy Birdie is largest crowd of his campaign yet at a rally in New York City last weekend at a moment when his candidacy may at its most vulnerable we should be talking about his Wall Street Bernie Sanders who's crowds or reason of fraud question for the leaders of the Democratic Party is the loyalty of sanders supporters to the party were just I don't know why you would take the copy when you can have the original it's Friday October twenty producer thing your daily could I ask you question out we're going to do something a little bit different here my colleague Daily Producer Jessica Chong went to this Bernie Sanders rally over the weekend in Queens New York and it fell to her NFL to us that she had really picked the right Bernie Sanders rally to attend if you're going to attend just one she really did does the doors it has been a tough stretch for Bernie Sanders he had a heart attack he was off the trail for a couple of weeks ahead of this rally with the exception of the debate in Ohio before the heart attack the race was showing signs of becoming really ended a contest between Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden and Sanders was really struggling to show that he still had a path to win this thing not just to be relevant but win this thing and so these forces really converge in Queens wants to all to take a look around and find someone you don't know maybe somebody doesn't look kind of like you maybe somebody who might be different religion than you baby they come from a different country my question to you is are you willing uh to fight for that person who you don't even know as much as you're willing to fight the itself and he delivers a speech that is in most respects not thematically groundbreaking it's about the big ideas of his campaign a in America have our population is living paycheck to pay trek struggling to pay their rent their mortgages their light bill off fix their call economic inequality Medicare for all corruption in Washington and on Wall Street but he rules out one of the biggest endorsements a progressive candidate can get representative Alexandra Ocasio Cortez I am back.

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"bernie sanders" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

09:45 min | 1 year ago

"bernie sanders" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

"We are joined by my colleagues Dan Hannigan Hello Dan how you doing Paul and Jason Willeke Jason. Thanks so so the news this morning is that Bernie Sanders was having some chest pains and Justice Comfort on Tuesday at a campaign event his AH campaign adviser put out a statement saying that he was found to have a blockage in one artery in two stents were successfully in inserted and he is conversing and in Good Spirit's so obviously that's good news. Everyone wishes Mr Sanders speedy recovery but Dan. How do you suppose that Democratic primary voters are going to react to this this news well. I think they're going to be Hurley shocked by it. the EX. I mean look like Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren were just going to go down to the wire fighting over the progressive vote some of US had begun to talk about the likelihood of going to the Democratic convention invention in Milwaukee next summer and not getting a nominee on the first vote and then having this fascinating Horse Trading Guam amongst amongst the progressives over whether it was going to be Bernie or Elizabeth Warren and now all of a sudden sanders has developed what should be regarded as is a pretty significant health problem especially at his age. you know presidential campaigning as it's constituted today is an absolute league grueling activity and one wonder was sort of astonished to see someone like Bernie Sanders just out there for a second time campaigning with this intensity city but now I think Democratic voters going to have to step back and come to grips with the possibility that Bernie Sanders is going to have to reconsider. I mean he's gotTa. I don't think about his health and they've got to think about whether sanders is a long term viable candidate and weather where their their boats may go and most likely my guess would be they go to Elizabeth Warren. I can't see this vote dividing up too much between any of the other also ran candidates and I certainly do not see Bernie Sanders voters migrating to Joe Biden. I think that's right and what's what's notable. Here is how level hole in steady the sanders campaign has been so far so for all the talk about Elizabeth Warren's rise which is real in recent weeks if you look at the real clear politics average. Bernie me is still steady in about eighteen percent of the vote. He announced that he raised twenty five million dollars in the third quarter. which is the highest figure that we've seen so far that we still still don't have Warren's numbers or Biden's numbers? I mean Jason. Do you agree with that assessment. That that warrant is probably the the best position to pick up. All those voters is if they start to flee yeah. I mean the conversation about eight in the Democratic primary head focused on Joe Biden before because there was a sense the twenty twenty two thousand sixteen. Joe Biden was more vigorous than the twenty twenty Joe Biden and you really notice it with Bernie though the way he is on the trail. today is more or less. It's the same as as he was in two thousand sixteen. People thought he has a lot of vigor. He has a lot of energy. You know he's not making gaffes left and right. There's nothing to worry about so this. UPENN's that narrative and it makes the age question focus on Bernie. I agree that based on what we know now. It's a lot easier to see Elizabeth Warren getting the Bernie voters but one thing we've seen is that since twenty sixteen his voters are some of them are basically Bernier bust. I mean they are so loyal to Bernie Sanders. They're not even they think anyone else's too this off. They don't trust any other candidate so while I think Elizabeth Warren is the most likely single getter of of of Bernie voters if he were to leave the race. I also think they might look elsewhere because some of them are just so wedded to this one candidate. I'd like to promote propose another possible all scenario here. you know. Bernie Sanders look back four years ago. Two Thousand Sixteen was then a literally unknown figure or senator from Vermont completely obscure he got into the race became a major player Challenge Hillary Clinton for the nomination surfaced all of these progressive left-wing voters in the Democratic Party and I think at this point Bernie has already established himself as a historic figure figure he will be remembered and it's not beyond me imagining that Bernie Sanders would sort of decide at this point that he has taken his causing ause and campaign as far as he can drop out and an automatically makes him a kingmaker if he were to throw his votes to Elizabeth Warren. I mean that would so up end this race with Bernie Sanders being the guy who made the call I think he could step back and be satisfied that he had achieved all that he could have hoped for. That's an interesting possible possibility another thing that I have have wondered whether whether this increased focus on health also also is going to sort of bring down Joe Biden I mean there has been some talk mostly very quietly at least from the candidates themselves about whether Joe Biden's health is up to the task and I wonder whether this news even though it's about Bernie doesn't really help Biden one thing that was notable last month. was former president. Jimmy Carter was speaking in and he said you know if I were just eighty years old if I were fifteen years younger. I don't believe I could undertake the duties that I experienced. When I was president. you have to be very very flexible with your mind. You have to be able to go from one subject to another concentrate on each one adequately. I'm so I wonder whether this this focus on health is going to hurt by them in a similar way. I'm Jason and what do you make of that. I think that's true I mean I think it's inevitable that at the next democratic debate some of these age questions asked there was some question before about about how Biden would handle that kind of question could he pull a Ronald Reagan and sort of make light of it. I think it yes sort of everything is coming up. Warren between the between being the focus on corruption that's resulting from the Ukraine saga and now the focus on age with the Bernie Saga. Everything is sort of flipping in Miss Warren's favor just do it brings up a point again that Jason mentioned earlier. Maybe this'll be a wakeup call for Democratic voters voters in general I mean the reality is you've got all these. He's quote unquote old people running at the head of the pack for the presidential nomination and it could be that maybe this will make people step back and say say maybe we ought to think about Mayor Pete or Comma Harris or cory booker because the reality is that when you get to be seventy eight seventy seven years old you do start to lose slow down. You lose a step. If that weren't true every professional athlete out there would never stop playing saying and the reality is it gets to you eventually. Maybe voters all how take that into consideration well and I was gonNA ask about that. What's what's going on here. The broader context so if if you look at the democratic side the three leading candidates the only candidates in double digits are Joe Biden who turns seventy seven next month Bernie who seventy eight turned last month Elizabeth Warren Seventy president trump of course seventy-three Nancy Pelosi Speaker of the House the seventy-nine Mitch McConnell the Senate Majority Leader Seventy seven just for a little little bit of context the the previously the oldest president was Ronald Reagan was inaugurated at sixty nine so dan what what's going on here. That's creating this dynamic well. I think a lot of it is is the media has always been the case. These these people are the individuals who are senior figures figures like Mitch McConnell Nancy Pelosi they hold onto these positions and the media writes about them all the time simply by the fact that they are so prominent and it's difficult for people who aren't in the media spotlight to breakthrough. We've seen that with so many of these other the Democratic candidates take someone like representative Tim Ryan of Ohio. I mean here's a young vigorous smart guy. you know. I personally think if he were at the candidate running against trump he would give them a run for his money but it's so hard for individuals like Tim Ryan are John Delaney to break through these days and the system just defaults to individuals who been around for a long time then there's a there's an irony on the democratic side because we keep hearing about how the the democratic electorate is young and and diverse and the and the Republican electorate is aging and becoming irrelevant and yet the leadership of these democratic the people blue really hold democratic political power tend to be you know quite old and really able to just tighten their grip on these positions you know even even the People Supporting Bernie are the people who want to overthrow the democratic power structure and they've thrown their lot behind obviously a man in his late seventies yeah just to just to throw one more your data point in there so the Pew Research Center. I thought this was interesting. Projects that in the twenty in two thousand twenty twenty three percent of the electorate will be sixty five or or older which is high share since at least nineteen seventy. I mean maybe that is is part of the dynamic to you've got to think about if since older people vote in higher percentages they're even a bigger percentage of people who actually cast ballots of final irony though kyle this reporting the past ask few days was that Bernie Sanders had to do more to increase his support among older voters interesting so we're talking about.

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"bernie sanders" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

12:06 min | 1 year ago

"bernie sanders" Discussed on Latino USA

"We were kind of neighbors in an interesting time right in Chicago but tell me about just briefly your your family does come from pulling your father. Matz off campus an immigrant from what is now Poland. Can you talk a little bit about what you remember her as that kid one tries to think about. I'm sure you do everybody does what are the factors when we were kids that shape us to today right and who the hell knows. I don't know but I think there are two factors that I think helped shape number one. I grew up in a working class home. my father worked very very hard but he never made a whole lot of money and we lived in a rent controlled three and a half room apartment in Brooklyn New York. That's where I grew up and went. Did Your Dad do it was a paint seldom sold paint burke for a company went out every day and he sold paint and he made a living but you never made a lot of money and my mother had dreams dreams of someday owning her own home kind of the American dream she died young never achieved that dream so the pressure of not having a lot of money the stress on a family of not having a lot of money. is something that had a profound impact on me as a child in something that has carried with me and shape my political views and I'm gonNA. I'm actually stop you. Can you tell me for you back then. When you say as a kid who didn't have money what did that look like Taiwan. Look like it looked like that. You went out and sometimes you wore your brothers coat because the family couldn't afford to buy your new code it meant that I was a ball player played a lot of bull so some kids will get fancy sneakers. We got the cheapest thinks. Some kids got really nice baseball gloves. We got kind of low end baseball gloves it means that I remember like it was yesterday. leather jackets were in style when I was a kid and New York City and I desperately wanted a damn jacket with a for Colorado flogging for for callers bomber kind that's exactly and this is true story. My mother said Bernie you okay you want to do this. We went to ten different stores doors in Brooklyn. We're GONNA train. We went to Manhattan to look for the cheapest leather jacket that weekend and the irony of it is we ended up buying. We've started back in Brooklyn but you know I remember what it means is being yelled at by my mother cause. She said go out. You got to go out and give his list of things you've got to bite the ropes else restore and I made a mistake I went to the grocery store and I paid more than I should've was more expensive slow and she was upset about it. So those are the things you look back. It was just the you know money money money in the lack of money and it created tension in the house so that was the one that's shaped me and to a large degree shake my political. I think a lot of people in politics who don't understand what it means to live paycheck to paycheck and half of the American people are doing that right now and the second thing that shape me is the son of an immigrant is the fact that my father came from Poland as a high school dropout couldn't speak a word English had no money and he fled both poverty in Poland as well as anti Semitism and the rest of the family that remained in Poland Holden was wiped out by Hitler and a few years ago and it was about three or four years ago now my brother and I am wives went back to the town in a little town outside of Krakow and was a very moving experience but you know you quickly become immersed in politics when you understand that a politician elected nearly thirties by the German people Nazi party was able to wipe out out millions of Jews and others so you know that the Holocaust that a profound impact on me as well and so I ask you now actually actually in this particular moment and this is the dicey stuff right win. How do you feel about people drawing connections insane. We have concentration -centration camps in the United States of America. I mean the other day on my twitter. Somebody said we're not gassing people but we're sending people back to their shore death. Are Should we be making making these connections and I think the connections that you want to make is that we have a president who is playing on the most base instincts up people in other words. You matty isn't a lot of trouble you know and either we played our angels and we try to bring people together and say hey the color of your skin's different than mine so what your religion is different than mine so what or else we say oh my. God that person is a Muslim as long as that person. Is this person that we supposed to hate those people. They're very different than than the wheel and you've got a president who is quite intentionally trying to do that. and you see the cruelty so let's talk a little bit about immigration you talk about comprehensive immigration reform so laid laid out for me. What's your vision. I mean much vision. If you were President Okay what would you do. We will have a bill we would work with members of Congress and I kinda think you know I. I want everybody to know that especially people immigrant community. Donald Trump does not speak for the American people the majority of the American people understand that he is totally crazy when he talks about throwing millions of people out of this country not only because aside is discussing an ugly unto itself but what happened to destroy the American economy if you did that and what the American people want you know and there are nuanced the differences that's true but with the American people say he was wet eleven million undocumented people in this country and we got to figure out a path toward comprehensive immigration reform perform meaning a path towards citizenship exactly. What does it look like an up to argue about that one but I think that is the goal the first of all right now I was in Los Angeles last last month and talking to some teachers in schools where most of the kids are undocumented and the teachers were telling me that these kids are living in trauma living incredible stress plus imagine worrying when you came home from school you know they had been raised from. Isis something like that and you're going to be the border. That's that's how people a living so. Many people are living so what we do. Is We have comprehensive immigration reform any path toward citizenship. We appreciate the hard work and the taxes axes with so many people document that a pain in this country on the first day we can undo the damage that trump did in terms of taking away the legal status of people people in the DACA program the one point eight million people eligible we expand Daca to cover parents as well and then we develop a humane policy on the border which certainly means you don't separate mothers and kids and you develop an asylum process which is based on international law and which expedites claims not does what we're doing right now so would you would you call for a halt on all deportations for example except for those who may be have criminal records in general yes but what what kind of criminal records serious traffic ticket but the problem. Senator Sanders is that a lot of Democrats continued eighteen you to have this kind of well. We're only going to deport serious criminals and frankly that was what Obama was saying that it was when Bush was saying but you know the agents on the ground are the ones that's why I'm pressing on this question of. Would you be prepared to do a complete halt to all deportations because it it's just gotten so out of control that the only way to do this is to say wait. We'll have very different people in charge of Homeland Security and in charge of the appropriate agencies these people who was we would we will end. I what I will tell you. Maria is we will end. The ice rates which are terrorizing so many communities around the country right now would you there is the notion of abolishing is do you think are you know instead easier. You could say abolish. Polish is but you know what so you can have. Another organization raging does exactly the same thing so to me. It's not abolishing ice but it's abolishing what Isis doing so asking me. Would we stop those rates. We surely will and we need major reform of the agencies and how they deal with the undocumented okay so what about saying the Department of Homeland Security was created out of what happened on September eleventh and voted against the bug away for a variety of reasons. Why would you be prepared to say we have to deconstruct the Department of reorganize a deconstructed news. Whatever word you want the answer's yes so so recently Senator Sanders. I'm going to quote you. You said in regards to open borders. You said quote if you simply open the borders you'd have people from Vietnam. I'm in China in Mexico and Latin America coming in. No one thinks that is a plausible approach can you can you talk to me a little bit more about that statement. We we lived now. In a world of nation states we live in the United States of America north of US Canada south of US Mexico Latin America Central America and when you have if you have nation states nuts where we are right now and I believe in a nation state I believe in the United States of America if you simply he said that there are no borders essentially that anybody from China Vietnam or any country around the world candidate any country around the world wants to come in you will likely have many many many people coming in so I think what every country on earth does right now is. They have rules regarding immigration. That's all that I'm saying that's all Canada. Does it China does it. Mexico doesn't every country does I mean Canadians have a generous immigration policy but the doors are not open to anybody at any time. I happen to think that the concept of a wall is stupid for a number of reasons. I think it's an ugly symbol to send to the world and it's a very expensive way to protect the border Bernie. Do you think that you're prepared to say 'cause one of the things that in in my prep for the interview I spoke to a lot of people bowl kind of a Bernie and it's like look when Bernie was out there in Vermont as the first socialist people were like this was a phenomenon. This was a huge huge deal and you focused on Vermont as a congressman as a senator wardrobe. That's your job and so then the notion of some of the earlier position position you took on immigration Would you say that you have definitely learned thought about some of the processes in which you've understood immigration in an immigrant workers in the past. I mean there have been people. Torching are should tell you he's talking to somebody who hide on seven eight years ago. I think it was went to immokalee Florida. You know growing Moccoli it. Maybe that's right and I work with organizers. There was some success we ought to hearing in Washington to raise the wages of those undocumented workers who were really being exploited a ruthlessly and one of the issues that we don't talk about when we talk about immigrants is the degree to which employers take advantage of people who cannot complain that they're being tade less than the minimum wage whether they have no health care whether the housing that they have is inadequate whether the being exploited on the job so yeah. I would hope that I learn. I hope that I learn every day about immigration about a lot of other things and one of the issues that we're working on is trying to pass a medicare for all single payer system which.

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"bernie sanders" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"bernie sanders" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"This is look. Let's say you just thought morally speaking. Let's say you took any any of this bernie sanders shit and <hes> or any of this john roles even john rolls contradicted himself when he talked about international you know <hes> international woah issues but let's say you took the the logic of what he was saying on a national basis bernie sanders and applied it to the world and went. Oh wait you know what i completely agree with. The idea that inequality is a moral issue and i completely agree with the idea that people who have more should be forced through the state to give to people who have less and therefore. I think everyone in america has to give away ninety five percent of what they have to the third world which by the way is. I think it's very consistent with that whole line of thinking to go okay well. You think the rich here have to help the poor here but you know at the poor here are better off than the porn fuck in central africa and asia and all other parts of the world so i'm gonna say we have to tax everyone upper middle and lower class people in america and send all that money to central africa. We're going to do that now. You could whether you justify that position. Listen morally or you're against the position morally right like some. I really think it would be quite easy for somebody. Who's bernie sanders supporter. How could you not justify by that in a way. I actually don't. I still haven't heard an argument against that. That was satisfactory. Roles is argument was ridiculous. He was like well different nations act in different ways. That's okay okay so you're justifying the redistribution here but not there. It makes no sense. Tom woods made this famous video whereas like the one question bernie sanders cancer and it was basically this. Why shouldn't we redistribute. I'll be darned money to the rest of the world but let's say there was somebody who you could make the argument. I think we should like a bernie sanders supporter. Yes that's consistent with our logic and then someone like me or are you make the opposite argument and be like well. No people have a right to what they've they've worked for. You don't have a right to steal it from them. And what we really should do is teach the third world how to do what we he did say hey. Here's the blueprint that we followed. If you wanna follow it be our guests and then you can be wealthy to however whatever your philosophical view is in reality you would have to realize that there will be a bloody civil war before you implement that policy right before you get everyone in america to give up ninety five percent of what they have and go back to living a fucking lifestyle that no one in this country has lived since eighteen ninety. The people are going to be like <hes> no. I'll fuck and start shooting people before that. I know i would so like this. Will there would be a bloody civil war or a revolution before you ever got to this point and that's the truth with a with bernie sanders green new deal with a._f._c.'s green new deal with all this climate change i. I think it's all based off a fear mongering of of this thing. That isn't even real not to say that. There's no such thing i i'm not. I'm not convinced that man made did you know like like that. Manmade derived carbon emissions don't have some impact on on the climate. I don't know if that's true or not. <hes> quite possibly it is but it's not our species isn't a bad to go extinct. None of these like fucking crazy predictions are accurate and this plan plan and here's the crazy thing. Maybe this will be the final thought but this is the thing that's really really the most insane is that even if you believed the the most pessimistic of all the predictions okay and even if you understand by the way that this is a real sacrifice. This isn't just will pay for itself right so even if you thought that the species go extinct..

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"bernie sanders" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"bernie sanders" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"We need to roll back the state. We spy on all of our own citizens. Our prisons are flooded with non violent drug offenders. If you wanna know who america's next enemy look at who were funding right now. One of these problems are open government doing way too big the hello hello what's going on. Everybody welcome to a brand new episode of part of the problem. Of course i am the most consistent mother fucker you know dave smith and as always i'm joined by robbie the fire bernstein king of the cox. I wish it would incur at the beginning of the episode. I mean it sets a bad town. We're we're we're supposed to be one of the leading christian conservative podcasts and just to say same motherfucker right up at the front. It's gonna offend some people viewing. You're probably right but let me ask you this sure. Is it consistent. It's definitely consists alright. Then i rest my case sir sir i rest my case. I am the most consistent motherfucking christian conservative union and if people can't handle that then they're going to have to deal with that so i was thinking rob yes <hes> for today's show. I thought we might do one of these episodes where we hone in on one topic and we talk. Maybe it toward the end. We'll we'll throw a couple other important topic well. It warned it's it's a good one okay and it is rob's male pattern balding uh-huh. That's really deal with this. You're gonna wear hats or are you going to shave down. What's the plan going. No i'm kidding. I mean that is the biggest concern of the fans. If you look the youtube youtube comments seem to be laser focused on that issue but you know bro. I think you look good. They get too worked up about it. I've moved on it. Did them problem at this point. Yeah your problem is just to the have the right sandwich bread your local bodega problem yeah no. That's not the topic the topic that i wanted to talk about today involved <hes> our favorite political candidate bernie sanders who of course that's not that was not my best bernie sanders impression <hes> but bernie sanders yesterday unveiled a new a new proposal and it is bernie sanders green a new deal. It's his version of the green new deal which he was a cosponsor but you know this back even greener this even this time back with a vengeance even greener and he he you know he.

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"bernie sanders" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"bernie sanders" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"Article caught my eye there was an article at the new republic and the title is bernie sanders is not the left all right it's an article by sarah jones it's from last week over at the new republic so the title was bernie sanders is not the left his refusal to endorse ices abolition is the latest evidence that he's not the politician that many believe him to be so isn't that just kind of like typical left wing democratic politics where a position now that wasn't even an issue it was it wasn't even a thing six months ago but now if you're not on board with it you're not you're not really the politician that many believe you debate again it's it's like i said with the gay marriage thing if a democrat were were to run today with what obama's position on gay marriage was in two thousand eight two thousand nine two thousand ten if they were to run with that you're like your fascist basically that that's pretty crazy i mean it's pretty crazy that it's the intend years a position that was you know you were the hope and change and yes we can candidate and now you're literally hitler i don't know to me that seems like a pretty stark contrast and so it's it's interesting to try to follow this stuff and see where exactly the party's going and this is why a lot of people have made the observation that the left eats the left and anyway i actually think there's there's a big opportunity in there because more and more people once you're once the tool is that basically you're a fascist if you don't agree with us and more and more people start to be called the fascist they they don't like that and of course everyone particularly there's no better example than you know the the wing of the left that's known as like the social justice warriors but they set up a standard and this is true with more mainstream leftist as well but they set up a standard that like no one can actually live by and then then it's pretty difficult is pretty difficult for anybody to actually rise up to be a hero in in those conditions i mean you think about it with the metoo moment where they set up the standard that basically like if you've ever made a woman uncomfortable you're you're a predator and okay i mean look if the standard is something reasonable like have you ever you know groped a woman or have you ever like forced a woman to do something that she was saying she didn't wanna do or something like that then okay lots of guys can be good guys like well i've never done that you've never done that okay we're good guys but if the standard is you've ever made a woman uncomfortable or you've ever you know like some of these terms that they'll use like like sexual misconduct or something like that well you'll you'll be hard pressed to find a guy who's ever been single a straight guy who's ever been single who hasn't at least at some point maybe perhaps made a woman uncomfortable i mean i've had women make me uncomfortable many times in my life of course we're not like a you know straight men aren't like a a group that has victim status so no one cares about that but of course it's just it's this impossible standard and this is why you know more and more people if they continue this way are going to end up abandoning the left which i think would be a very good thing okay so here's the article once again the title bernie sanders is not the left his refusal to endorse ices abolition is the latest evidence that he's not the politician many believe him to be when cnn's jake tapper f asked bernie sanders on sunday if he wants to abolish the immigration and customs enforcement agency the senator was uncharacteristically vague quote i think that what we need is to create policies which deal with immigration in a rational way and a rational way is not locking children up in detention centers or separating them from their mothers what we need is trump to sit down with members of congress and work on a rational program which deals with the excuse me which deals with this serious issue so okay the only thing.

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