Bernie Sanders Told The TRUTH For Once! Here's What He Really Thinks About Hillary
Bernie Sanders went on iconic, Splinter-endorsed morning program The View on Friday, and had a long, in-depth discussion about practically NOTHING but McCain's face said it all.
The 2020 candidate didn’t talk to McCain for a while, but she was less than subtle about how she was feeling about him while he was chatting with the other hosts.
Obviously, Bernie was trying to avoid the only Conservative in the room. Gee, I wonder why? McCain asked what he felt Clinton did wrong to lose to President Trump. This is a particularly sore subject for Clinton supporters because their "fearless" leader blames Bernie for her loss.
“I’m not enthusiastic to go back to 2016,” Sanders replied. “But I think, in some ways, she didn’t reach out to working-class people the way I think she should have. There were states where she did not campaign as vigorously as she should have, in Wisconsin, Michigan, maybe some other states. But that was 2016.”
Sanders tried to change the subject to “the most dangerous president in modern American history,” but McCain wouldn’t let him, interrupting with, “Can I interject really quickly though?”
Then she asked, “We’re hearing about a lot of Democratic candidates who are meeting with Hillary Clinton for advice...do you think you’ll do the same?”
“I suspect not,” Sanders replied. “You know, I think every Democrat is going to come together. Let me say what I’ve said before. I hope to be the Democratic nominee and have the support of the whole Democratic Party behind me. If I am not and somebody else is, I will support that candidate. Because what’s most important is that Trump is defeated. But Hillary and I have, you know, fundamental differences and that’s what it is.”
According to Vanity Fair, Donna Brazile, who served as the interim D.N.C. chairwoman after Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s ouster, Sanders’s accusations were hardly baseless. In her new book, Hacks, an excerpt of which was published Thursday by Politico, Brazile says she found concrete “proof” that the Clinton campaign stacked the deck: an August 2015 document outlining the “Joint Fund-Raising Agreement between the D.N.C., the Hillary Victory Fund, and Hillary for America” that effectively allowed Clinton to control the D.N.C.’s purse strings.
The whole issue dominated liberal news for about five solid minutes before it fell off the face of the earth because no one had the nerve to go after Clinton. No one, but Trump - that is.