Bernie Feels The Heat From Within His Party    



  By: Katie Petrick
   Published : January 24, 2020




Bernie Sanders’ week did not go as planned, if it had a plan at all. As a communist, he did not propose attacks upon himself from his fellow leftists to the degree that they rolled in. But alas, Sen. Sanders (I-VT) got a clobbering from two of the most unlikeable candidates the Democrats have ever put forth: Hillary Clinton and Elizabeth Warren.

Clinton, a failed presidential candidate who allegedly won the Democratic primary against Sanders in 2016, refuses to leave center stage. Between the speaking tour, tell-all books, and now a four-part documentary titled Hillary, premiering on Hulu on Thursday, March 6, Clinton simply has not moved forward.

In a Hollywood Reporter interview, Clinton was asked if she stood by the comment she made for the documentary, stating that Sanders “was in Congress for years. He had one senator support him. Nobody likes him, nobody wants to work with him, he got nothing done. He was a career politician. It's all just baloney and I feel so bad that people got sucked into it." Clinton simply said the assessment still held.

And then she piled on the assertion made from Warren that Sanders did not think a woman could be president. For Warren’s part, her attack on Sanders took front stage at the Democratic debate on Tuesday, Jan. 14. CNN’s kowtowing to Warren on this issue only added to the pile-on of Sanders.

Now fortunate or unfortunate, depending on who you ask, Sanders got the support of those right at the edge of sanity, who are thereby able to rub shoulders with him. Of course this includes Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), who on Monday, laid claim that the Democratic Party is not left at all, but “center or center-conservative.”

“We don’t have a left party in the United States. The Democratic Party is not a left party. The Democratic Party is a center or a center-conservative party,” Ocasio-Cortez said to moderator Ta-Nehisi Coates and an applauding audience at the Martin Luther King Jr. Day event.

Sanders and Ocasio-Cortez are two peas in a pod, both fighting for the end of the American Republic.

"With Alexandria, with Ilhan [Omar], and others on board, we're going to put together a coalition that is going to win and win big,” Sanders said in October in New York City, while on the campaign trail and accompanied by Ocasio-Cortez.

The allegiance to Sanders and the desire for a communist regime was featured in another bombshell report out this week from Project Veritas. Last week, James O’Keefe’s group released undercover footage of a Sanders campaign field organizer, Kyle Jurek, who called for gulags in America to re-educate the citizens. This week’s release revealed the same sentiment and more, as stated by South Carolina field organizer Martin Weissgerber.

“Guillotine the rich…The Soviet Union was not horrible…I always said, you know, I’m a communist … I’ll straight up get armed,” Weissgerber said casually to the undercover journalist.

In a matter of a week, high-ranking members of the Democratic Party accused Sanders of being sexist and liked by no one. Piled on top was clear evidence that those who work for him are calling for violence, arson, and revolution. As the heat turns up on Sanders, one wonders if this may spark a third-party run if Sanders is not able to seal the nomination from within the Democratic Party or if he will just burn out.

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