Election

CRANKY BERNIE: Sanders Says Dems Must Come Together to Defeat ‘Most Dangerous President’ in History

posted by Hannity Staff - 9.09.19

Vermont Senator and 2020 hopeful Bernie Sanders escalated his war-of-words with the White House Monday; saying all Democrats must “come together” to defeat “the most dangerous president” in modern history.

“No matter who ends up winning that nomination — and needless to say, I hope it is us — we will all come together to defeat the most dangerous president in modern American history.”

Rep. Dan Crenshaw slammed Sen. Bernie Sanders on social media over the weekend; saying the far-left lawmaker’s comments on the defense budget and education spending reveals his “pure intellectual laziness.”

The 2020 presidential hopeful called for tuition-free college across the United States on Twitter, writing “Congress gives hundreds of billions of dollars to fund our endless wars each year, yet making public college and universities tuition-free is somehow ‘too radical.’ I reject that.”

“One case is national defense, which all Americans benefit from, and the other is a direct transfer of money from hard working Americans to the investment decisions (ie college) of others. Saying they are the same thing is pure intellectual laziness,” fired-back Crenshaw.

Throughout the 2020 campaign, Sanders has called for a massive increase in federal funding including $32 trillion for his ‘Medicare for All’ plan and $16 trillion for his ‘Green New Deal’ to combat climate change.

“Climate change is a global emergency. The Amazon rainforest is burning, Greenland’s ice shelf is melting, and the Arctic is on fire. People across the country and the world are already experiencing the deadly consequences of our climate crisis, as extreme weather events like heat waves, wildfires, droughts, floods, and hurricanes upend entire communities, ecosystems, economies, and ways of life, as well as endanger millions of lives. Communities of color,  working class people, and the global poor have borne and will bear this burden disproportionately,” writes Sanders.

KITCHEN NIGHTMARE? Bernie Reportedly Rude to Restaurant Staff in San Fran, Loses Votes, Wife Apologizes

posted by Hannity Staff - 8.27.19

John Konstin, owner of San Francisco’s 111-year-old John’s Grill, was initially excited to host attendees of the Democratic National Committee’s summer meetings. That is, until Bernie Sanders showed up.

“It was all very nice, except for cranky Bernie,” Konstin told Politico. “He didn’t want to shake hands, he didn’t want a picture.”

“The owner also alleged that Sanders ‘wasn’t nice to any of the staff,’ and called the independent Vermont senator ‘rude and cranky.’ He went on to say that Sanders lost his vote over the behavior,” according to the Washington Examiner.

According to Lee Housekeeper, media contact for John’s Grill, it’s not like Konstin to speak out about patron’s behavior.

“Bernie had to be in a terrible mood. Anyone in the public eye needs to understand when it’s time to order room service,” Housekeeper told SFGATE.

Sanders reportedly left a tip. His wife, Jane Sanders, apologized on the way out.

The self-described Democratic Socialist’s “cranky” meal comes just days after he released his $16 trillion plan to combat climate change.

“Atop our existing government spending, comprising some 40% of GDP, the Vermont Senator wouldn’t just nationalize one-fifth of the economy with a ‘Medicare For all’ bill eliminating private health insurance. Under his Green New Deal plan, he would also nationalize most of the energy sector,” reports the Washington Examiner.

“At a mere $16.3 trillion, the Sanders plan would go beyond simply spending measures to increase climate-focused research and development. It would literally centralize the means of domestic energy production,” adds the Examiner.

“What we need to do is have an aggressive federal government. You can’t nibble around the edges anymore. We need to transform our energy system, that means a massive increase in sustainable energy,” Sanders told MSNBC.

“Climate change is a global emergency. The Amazon rainforest is burning, Greenland’s ice shelf is melting, and the Arctic is on fire. People across the country and the world are already experiencing the deadly consequences of our climate crisis, as extreme weather events like heat waves, wildfires, droughts, floods, and hurricanes upend entire communities, ecosystems, economies, and ways of life, as well as endanger millions of lives. Communities of color,  working class people, and the global poor have borne and will bear this burden disproportionately,” writes Sanders.

GET OFF MY LAWN! Bernie Snaps at Infant During Event, Tells Crying Baby to ‘Keep it Down’

posted by Hannity Staff - 9.04.19

2020 presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders snapped at a child’s parent during a town hall event this week; demanding a crying baby “keep that down a bit” while speaking with supporters on the campaign trail.

The self-described Democratic Socialist’s reaction left many in attendance surprised, with some shocked at his insensitive behavior.


The video emerged on social media hours after Sanders labeled President Trump the “worst president in the history” of the United States on ‘The View.’

“I love Nancy but she and I disagree on this issue,” Sanders said. “I think the way you beat Donald Trump — and I must say that in my view, Donald Trump is the most dangerous president probably in the history of this country.”

“I work[ed] with your dad, I work with other people on issues where we can come together,” he told co-host Meghan McCain. “That’s what I think American politics is supposed to be about. But you have a president today – and again, it gives me no joy to say this – he is a pathological liar.”

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