Billionaire Mike Bloomberg continued his all-out assault on Sen. Bernie Sanders Friday; saying his nomination will ensure a “devastating” Republican Super Majority in the US Congress this fall.
“I believe that if Bernie Sanders gets the nomination, he will lose to Donald Trump, he will make sure that the Senate stays in Republican hands, he will flip the House back to the Republicans, and even down-ballot he’s going to hurt the Democrats,” Bloomberg told MSNBC in an interview late last week.
“I am going to stay right to the bitter end, as long as I have a chance,” @MikeBLoomberg tells @Kasie in an exclusive interview. “If Bernie Sanders were to get a majority, then of course not…you got to be in it to win it.”
— Kasie DC (@KasieDC) February 27, 2020
“So you will have a lot of gerrymandering down-ballot in states, which will hurt the country for a long time. But worse, at the federal level, you will have a whole bunch of judges — probably even two Supreme Court justices — that the Republicans will appoint. And those judicial decisions that come out of that will be devastating for this country for decades,” he added.
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AOC: Entire ‘Political System’ in US Rigged Against ‘Working People, Young People, Women, People of Color’
Controversial Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez stopped by The View Wednesday morning to weigh-in on the 2020 race for the White House; saying the entire “political system” is rigged against “young people” and “women.”
“Our political system is not designed for people like us. They’re not designed for working people to succeed, for young people, for women, for people of color… Rich men are not the center of my universe, working families are,” said Ocasio-Cortez.
AOC on The View:
“Our political system is not designed for people like us. They’re not designed for working people to succeed, for young people, for women, for people of color… Rich men are not the center of my universe, working families are.”pic.twitter.com/E1ZoLUJcLo
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) February 19, 2020
Ocasio-Cortez ripped New York Billionaire Mike Bloomberg on social media Thursday; calling for “restorative justice” to heal the wounds from “stop and frisk” police procedures.
“Will people get their records expunged? Will young people sucked into the spiderweb of incarceration get their lives back? Unless there is restorative justice, there is no ‘moving on’ from Stop & Frisk. It’s just a billionaire trying to cover up authoritarian & racist policy,” posted AOC.
Will people get their records expunged?
Will young people sucked into the spiderweb of incarceration get their lives back?
Unless there is restorative justice, there is no “moving on” from Stop & Frisk. It’s just a billionaire trying to cover up authoritarian & racist policy. https://t.co/2wv6KO9YJT
— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) February 13, 2020
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BACK IN THE U.S.S.R! Bernie Sanders Calls for ‘National Rent Control’ for Apartments Across the USA
Far-left Senator Bernie Sanders surprised users on social media Monday; posting a bizarre tweet claiming the United States needs “national rent control” to regulate the cost of apartments across the country.
“This is a crisis. We need national rent control,” wrote Sanders on social media.
This is a crisis. We need national rent control. https://t.co/e1M46veUm9
— Bernie Sanders (@BernieSanders) January 19, 2020
Sanders is now tied with former Vice President Joe Biden in the latest national polls; setting the stage for a high-stakes showdown between the two top Democrats ahead of the Iowa Caucus.
“The online poll, released Thursday, shows that 20% of registered Democrats and independents said they would back Sanders over 11 other candidates to run in the general election against President Donald Trump, an increase of 2 percentage points from a similar poll that ran last week,” reports Reuters. “Another 19% supported Biden, 12% said they would vote for Senator Elizabeth Warren, 9% backed former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and 6% said they would support Pete Buttigieg, the former mayor of South Bend, Indiana.”
“The poll also shows that about one in five potential primary voters remain undecided. And among those who have picked, nearly two out of three say they are open to changing their minds,” adds the website. “Sanders, an independent who built a national network of fervent supporters while running for the party’s nomination in 2016, has consistently ranked among the most popular candidates since he entered the race.”
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