Bernie Sanders is a classic example of LESS ’ Lesser of Evils Syndrome. Compared to Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, he looks like a saint. But take a closer look.
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Sanders says the right things, but does he mean what he says, or is he another Obama? He has two strikes against him by default: He’s a Democrat, and he’s a Jew. Which isn’t to say that all Jews are bad, but Jewarchy is a major problem in the U.S. government, which has been variously described as a puppet for Israel and “Jewish bankers.”
How can an honest person get elected to state/national office, anyway? Getting an honest person elected to the Seattle School Board would be a Herculean feat, but Congressman Sanders was even allowed to vie with Hillary Clinton as the Democratic presidential candidate in 2016.
To his credit, Bernie Sanders does have a lot to say about a variety of issues on his personal website. But many critics claim Sanders’ voting record doesn’t match his rhetoric. Whether or not he opposed the invasion of Iraq, he certainly endorsed the invasion of Afghanistan, which in turn suggests that he supports the government’s lies about 9/11.
The biggest rally in support of Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders occurred in Seattle, city of dim bulbs. Sanders supports Seattle City Councilwoman Kshama Sawant (a con-op) and is in turn supported by The Stranger, a weekly Seattle Zionist tabloid.
Curiously, few people seem to be talking about a video of Bernie Sanders "grilling" Alan Greenspan. At about :40, stops his attack and says, "You’re an honest person — I think you just don’t know what’s going on in the real world." You can see the video here.
So how could Greenspan, a Jew who served as Chairman of the Federal Reserve for about two decades, not know what’s going on in the real world? Did he not watch TV, read newspapers or receive letters from concerned citizens?