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BIDEN: ‘Workers Don’t Have to Leave Work to Be Fired in Order When They Get Sick to be Able to Live!’

posted by Hannity Staff - 5.04.20

Former Vice President Joe Biden continued his gaffe-filled campaign this week; rambling through a series of questions on social media when asked to comment on paid sick leave during the Coronavirus pandemic.

“Workers don’t have to leave work to get, to be fired, in order when they get sick to be able to continue to live!” said Biden.

 

Biden made similar comments last week; suggesting more than 600,00 Americans have died from the virus.

“Over 600,000 dead. Many are workers, nurses, doctors, because they have put themselves in a position to save other people’s lives and protect the rest of society. We talk about that number, 600-plus thousand people… 60? 60-thousand, I misspoke.

 

To date, approximately 65,000 Americans have died from confirmed cases of the disease.

Watch Joe’s bizarre comments above.

BERNIE on VIRUS: Federal Government Must ‘Eradicate Hunger and Poverty’ During Pandemic

posted by Hannity Staff - 4.13.20

Far-left Senator Bernie Sanders doubled-down on his demand for new massive entitlement programs during the Coronavirus pandemic over the weekend; saying the federal government must “eradicate hunger and poverty.”

“Even before this pandemic, a majority of our workers lived paycheck to paycheck. 1 in 7 children didn’t get enough to eat. 40% couldn’t afford a $400 emergency. Let us learn from this crisis. Let us finally eradicate hunger and poverty in the richest country in human history,” posted Sanders on social media.

“If today we had the same level of inequality we had forty years ago, the bottom 90% of American households would be earning $12,000 more every year. $120,000 per decade. Do not tell me we cannot afford to cover the paychecks of every worker during this horrific pandemic,” he posted on social media.

Democratic frontrunner Joe Biden released a series of new plans this week to expand Medicare and forgive portions of student loan debt; moving left as he hopes to secure his party’s nomination this summer .

“Former Vice President Joe Biden released plans to expand Medicare eligibility and forgive some student debt as he works to unite a fractured Democratic base behind his presumptive 2020 presidential nomination,” reports The Hill.

“Biden announced Thursday he would lower the Medicare eligibility age to 60 and forgive federal student debt for low-income and middle-class people who attended public colleges and universities, historically black colleges and universities (HBCU), and underfunded minority-serving institution (MSI),” adds the website.

“I believe that as we are being plunged into what is likely to be one of the most volatile and difficult economic times in this country’s recent history, we can take these critical steps to help make it easier for working people to make ends meet,” Biden wrote. “Senator Sanders and his supporters can take pride in their work in laying the groundwork for these ideas, and I’m proud to adopt them as part of my campaign at this critical moment in responding to the coronavirus crisis.”

Read the full report here.

BERNIE on VIRUS: Feds Must ‘Cover the Paychecks of Every Worker’ in America During the Pandemic

posted by Hannity Staff - 4.11.20

Sen. Bernie Sanders weighed-in Friday on the national response to the Coronavirus pandemic; saying the federal government must “cover the paychecks of every worker” during the ongoing crisis.

“If today we had the same level of inequality we had forty years ago, the bottom 90% of American households would be earning $12,000 more every year. $120,000 per decade. Do not tell me we cannot afford to cover the paychecks of every worker during this horrific pandemic,” he posted on social media.

Democratic frontrunner Joe Biden released a series of new plans this week to expand Medicare and forgive portions of student loan debt; moving left as he hopes to secure his party’s nomination this summer .

“Former Vice President Joe Biden released plans to expand Medicare eligibility and forgive some student debt as he works to unite a fractured Democratic base behind his presumptive 2020 presidential nomination,” reports The Hill.

 

“Biden announced Thursday he would lower the Medicare eligibility age to 60 and forgive federal student debt for low-income and middle-class people who attended public colleges and universities, historically black colleges and universities (HBCU), and underfunded minority-serving institution (MSI),” adds the website.

“I believe that as we are being plunged into what is likely to be one of the most volatile and difficult economic times in this country’s recent history, we can take these critical steps to help make it easier for working people to make ends meet,” Biden wrote. “Senator Sanders and his supporters can take pride in their work in laying the groundwork for these ideas, and I’m proud to adopt them as part of my campaign at this critical moment in responding to the coronavirus crisis.”

Read the full report here.

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