By Kyle Smith. April 11, am Updated April 11, pm. So long, socialism. Buh-bye, Bolshies.
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He is just as much a part of the problem as any of his fellow Democratic presidential candidates. He protects his special insider friends while profiting from the culture of corruption and greed that has long prevailed in our capital. There is also the case of Burlington College, which was forced to close as a result of mismanagement by his wife, who as president of the school secured expensive loans based on inflated donor commitments. Some suggest that Sanders may have used his influence to pressure the bank into approving the loan despite several inconsistencies in financial documentation. While the federal government closed its investigation in the matter, it did not exonerate either Sanders or his wife in the dealings. Even Hillary Clinton, the queen of the swamp, thinks his schtick against corruption is a fraud. It is all just baloney and I feel so bad that people got sucked into it. The former vice president cozied up to Delaware credit card companies and banks when he was in the Senate, and leading the bankruptcy legislation that protected prederatory companies at the expense of American citizens. We already know about his efforts to protect his son from the corruption probe in Ukraine, all thanks to the liberal crusade to remove Trump from office through impeachment for trying to get to the bottom of that very matter.
Don't believe those who tell you that Sanders is some sort of centrist.
While discussing the presidential campaign, Clinton, 72, criticized the actions of her former Democratic presidential rival Bernie Sanders, slamming him as ineffective. Until recently, Sanders was the front-runner in the party's race to face Republican President Donald Trump in November. Clinton also weighed in on the dispute between Sanders and Democratic presidential rival Elizabeth Warren - who has recently quit the White House race. Her criticism revealed lingering bitterness towards Sanders after he mounted an unexpected Democratic primary challenge to Clinton in But she admitted to "provoking strong opinions" from the public, particularly as there was a "set of expectations about a First Lady - I violated them from the very beginning. The new doc has Clinton defending the sending of government emails from a private server. There was no regulation against it, there was nothing against it.
And it almost made a Bernie Bro of me. A Bernie Sanders rally is a hit from the same pipe: Screw those greedy billionaire bastards! Sanders has passion going for him.