Bernie Stumped After Asked to Name a Legislation He Passed That's Helped Anyone
Oh Boy! Presidential hopeful, Bernie Sanders has really been on one of the funniest losing streaks ever. Between being called out by the Press for pretending to be on the phone to avoid answering questions, to literally running from journalists; Sanders has become a bit of a sideshow for the Democratic party.
In 2016, Bernie wasn't really pressured to answer any questions on policies. He just shouted "free" and Dems went, "We want that". Now even liberals are questioning Sanders' sanity and he's failing..... miserably!
The Daily Wire reported that Sanders, 77, appeared on the "The Breakfast Club," where he fielded questions related to his 2020 presidential candidacy as a Democrat.
"So I think I have a long history in civil rights activism," Sanders said. "In 1988 I was one of the few white public officials who supported Jesse Jackson for President the United States and he ended up winning Vermont. I think if you look at my record in terms of civil rights and other areas you will find that it is consistently a very very strong record."
One of the show's hosts, asked Sanders: "Any legislation you can point to well?"
"Legislation that, uh, benefits African-Americans yeah we passed but not specifically you know we passed legislation that benefits working people sure," Sanders responded.
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Fox News says that none of this matters to his diehard supporters:
The Vermont senator appears to remain immensely popular in neighboring New Hampshire – which holds the first primary in the presidential race. Sanders topped the field at 26 percent, 4 percentage points ahead of Biden and far ahead of the rest of the contenders, in a new University of New Hampshire poll.
Sanders crushed Hillary Clinton in the 2016 Democratic presidential primary in New Hampshire, launching him into a marathon battle with the eventual nominee that did not end until July, following the conclusion of the primary and caucus calendar. The state is considered a ‘must win’ for Sanders in 2020.