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On the latest episode of Aggressive Progressives Jimmy Dore and Steve Oh discuss a recent viral image of Bernie Sanders Christmas shopping at Costco. Watch the full Aggressive Progressives episode here:

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  1. Posted by SaiyanZ Rage, at Reply

    Bernie just bought his 3rd house

    • Posted by The Zero Zero, at Reply

      Source or didnt happen.

    • Posted by Mel Lio, at Reply

      +Shining Star Everyone in Congress makes at least 174,000 a year? Here’s a
      new place for tax cuts!

    • Posted by Jose S, at Reply

      The 2 other houses are around $100,000 or less — very low end anywhere in
      the US. For this 3rd house, apparently they sold their share of a house
      Jane had inherited with her siblings.

  2. Posted by Carol McKee, at Reply

    I have heard Costco also PAYS their employees pretty well.

    • Posted by Juan Garcia, at Reply

      +ThE DuCk Don’t recommend counseling if you refer to neurons as “brain
      cells” lmao . You low intelligence buffoon

    • Posted by Sean Hayes, at Reply

      I live in a very small city with very high population of seniors and
      absolutely no industry… Costco provides basically the best paying jobs in
      the entire city.

    • Posted by Carol McKee, at Reply

      +Sean Hayes
      Wow, sorry to hear it….but glad you all aren’t at the mercy of Walmart
      for your only source of employment.

    • Posted by whyamimrpink78, at Reply

      And they have less than 120,000 employees. So while they pay well, they
      don’t hire very many.

  3. Posted by mycarmypetrol, at Reply

    I never really understood why TYT videos gets so many dislikes

    • Posted by Rick Rodriguez, at Reply

      Dylan Armstrong Do you like Trumps salty nuts in your mouth loser lol xD

    • Posted by Playongo, at Reply

      It’s Alex Jones fans who are pissed TYT has almost twice as many subs as he
      does.

    • Posted by mycarmypetrol, at Reply

      Rick Rodriguez *hundreds

    • Posted by CrniWuk, at Reply

      +Mr. Rychehead
      Maybe you not, but you’re one person. Look at some of TYT videos, where
      either Cyenk or that female, start to become so hyper-emotional and
      moralizing … it’s really pathetic. YOU WON! BUT YOU KNOW WHAT IAM STILL
      BETTER THAN YOU SHITS! That’s quality journalism right there … you know,
      I am a leftist, but the last thing I want to be, is a moralizer. I am not
      the ‘better’ human being just because of my ideology. At the end of the
      day, the really crazy people on the left, have done a lot of damage to
      humanity as well, we have absolutely NO room to talk from such a high horse
      as like Stalin, Mao, Pol Pot and many others havn’t been part of our
      ‘political spectrum’. Go and watch this meltdown from Cyenk and the others
      when they realized that Trump has won, and tell me that’s how journalists
      should act.

  4. Posted by Dylan Armstrong, at Reply

    The funniest argument Hillary Clinton ever made against Bernie Sanders was
    trying to convince everyone that he was corrupt… it was funny because of
    how hypocritical it was.

    • Posted by guildgsx, at Reply

      +Leigh Statum
      Not a man endorsing literally everything he allegedly stood against. A word
      of a man with no integrity is absolutely worthless.

    • Posted by Leigh Statum, at Reply

      +guildgsx so you think a liar has integrity?
      LMAO

    • Posted by guildgsx, at Reply

      +Leigh Statum
      What about a sellout endorsing a liar?

    • Posted by Leigh Statum, at Reply

      I can’t see where actually having integrity, being an honest actor in a
      deal you’ve made, can possibly be called a “sellout”
      remember, people don’t judge by whether or not you keep your word when it’s
      an easy thing to do, you judge when a man keeps his word when it’s a damn
      hard thing to do

    • Posted by Leigh Statum, at Reply

      he kept his word, even when he knew that it would cost him support, even
      when he knew that there would be assholes out there calling him a sell out

  5. Posted by Mr. Teabag, at Reply

    Bernie is the living representation of AMERICA.

    • Posted by The Sir, at Reply

      pingpong wigwom no, hes the living representation of a bright, intelligent
      future

    • Posted by Notelly Promter, at Reply

      Trump Trump Trump

    • Posted by Notelly Promter, at Reply

      pingpong wigwom song is all wrong

    • Posted by CyberRonin, at Reply

      A representation of what America SHOULD be.

    • Posted by Mr. Teabag, at Reply

      +CyberRonin I wish it was my friend.

  6. Posted by Gabriel Linares, at Reply

    I met Donald Trump in the swamp once

    • Posted by Phil, at Reply

      Same. He said he was there to drain it but I’m pretty sure he was getting
      ready to build condos.

    • Posted by Mel Lio, at Reply

      He is still in the swamp, in case anyone’s looking for him.

    • Posted by Carrotss101, at Reply

      Did you also run into shrek? Careful that’s his swamp

    • Posted by Gabriel Linares, at Reply

      +Carrotss101 They both say hi

    • Posted by Anish Patil, at Reply

      lmao

  7. Posted by François Hollande, at Reply

    Things like this are how you verify that a politician is genuine and
    telling you the truth (note: they are very rare):
    -can be found at Costco
    -doesn’t take corporate donations
    -hasn’t used his congressional career to make himself filthy rich through
    corruption
    -makes speeches on important issues to near-empty rooms in Congress but
    overflowing stadiums in public
    -colleagues ridicule him for not “socializing” with lobbyists
    -ignored and dismissed by the mainstream media
    -holds real town hall meetings with his constituents to hear their concerns
    -assigns blame to a flawed system rather than a group of people

    • Posted by C0nnie, at Reply

      François Hollande that’s literally exactly what he’s done

    • Posted by whyamimrpink78, at Reply

      Owns three homes…..

  8. Posted by jose juarez, at Reply

    And Hillary shops at trump towers for some trump steaks and trump vodka
    while trump shops at Russia for Vladimir Putin cologne and maybe a Joseph
    Stalin poster

    • Posted by Kyle Ruth, at Reply

      jose juarez Stalin is opposite of Putin. Putin is fundamentalist Christian
      and believes in Friedman economics. He’s horrible

    • Posted by Jordan J, at Reply

      Putin’s Christianity and embrace of the orthodox church is purely for
      political expediency, and it’s been very effective.

    • Posted by jose juarez, at Reply

      He’s best friends with Putin and they’re both

  9. Posted by qassam rabi, at Reply

    Bernie is the best thing that didn’t happen in 2016

    • Posted by Derrick Minor, at Reply

      qassam rabi lol Ron Paul > Bernie Sanders Next

    • Posted by DeShaun Hayes, at Reply

      true

    • Posted by qassam rabi, at Reply

      Derrick Minor both are better than all the other establishment candidates
      but bernie is the best

  10. Posted by 7orqu3, at Reply

    2020

    • Posted by jeff kennedy, at Reply

      can’t wait

    • Posted by Center Left Sean Hannity, at Reply

      7orqu3 Warren

  11. Posted by mako zero, at Reply

    working 3 jobs to survive and still voting for the rich guys … you deserve
    what you get

    • Posted by a few clues, at Reply

      +mako zero not exactly the biggest list of people to choose from…

    • Posted by RetroAvangardist, at Reply

      Because rich guys’ money will trickle down to us. It’s called trickle-down
      economics!

      https://i.imgbox.com/UPdIflKR.png

    • Posted by ncfo20, at Reply

      The number of jobs that you work is irrelevant. I could work 8 hours a week
      at 3 different jobs and still claim to be working 3 jobs. On the other
      hand, I could also work 80 hours a week at 1 job and yet still be expected
      to believe that I’m not under as much stress as someone working “3 jobs to
      survive”.

    • Posted by whyamimrpink78, at Reply

      Working three jobs is deceptive. I, no paper work three jobs. One is
      substitute teaching which I can do when I want as long as I do it 10 days a
      year. No set schedule. Another is a seasonal job and while it is hard work
      during that time with my full time job, it only last around 3-4 months.
      After that the rest of the year is easy.

  12. Posted by dcaseng, at Reply

    I still can’t believe America passed this guy up.

    • Posted by Nyquillus Dillwad, at Reply

      +djancak Look what the standing rock protesters accomplished through
      nonviolence. Any violence would be working against your own interests. Look
      at BLM, the vast majority of their protests are nonviolent, but the handful
      that turn into riots and opportunistic looting then tarnishes the whole
      movement. Even talking about a violent uprising will only lead to further
      mass surveillance and a worse police state. We must work within the system
      friend.

    • Posted by djancak, at Reply

      +Nyquillus Dillwad The standing rock protestors only ‘succeeded’ because
      there was a REAL threat of violence. People went there armed and ready for
      a fight.

    • Posted by djancak, at Reply

      +Nyquillus Dillwad also, when I say “violent revolution” i don’t mean
      imbecilic riots in the street. I mean the deliberate targeting of
      particular people.

  13. Posted by Jungmin Kim, at Reply

    Bernie could have been the President 30-50 years ago when America was
    actually great.

    • Posted by MetrazolElectricity, at Reply

      ya but why’s a jew doing Christmas shopping?

    • Posted by MetrazolElectricity, at Reply

      +Talking Sink Ya but former christian atheists have a cultural affinity
      towards Christmas, but jews , atheist or rabbinical, have a deep seeded
      mistrust of anything to do with Jesus of Nazareth. But ya I can see Bernie
      buying presents for Kwanza to donate at a soup kitchen.

  14. Posted by rsuriyop, at Reply

    The people who got the chance to vote in the primaries do not represent the
    Democratic whole… That being said, I’ve got big questions concerning the
    people who supported Hillary over Bernie, the biggest one of course being
    WHY???

    • Posted by Ali Deniz, at Reply

      rsuriyop You see the idea was that if the democrats put forward a woman
      (Hillary) with some sort of political background, with the help of social
      media and mass numbers of women, they would win the vote. What Americans
      had forgotten was that Hillary was the worst possible democrat candidate
      they could’ve put forward. If they had put my mum forward and she said the
      same ideas that hillary did, my mum wouldve won the vote. However, were
      talking about HILLARY here. She never did anything that was pro-women or
      pro-feminism but suddenly decided to turn to it in order to gain more
      votes. 21st Century American are not stupid and are able to realise the
      hypocrisy within the democratic party and this isnt somewhere like Turkey
      where people are sheep and they follow whoever is the herder. As a person
      with far-left wing ideologies , if I was an American citizen I would have
      voted for trump simply because I know that Hillary, especially with the
      current tension between the US and Russia, would have started a war. P.s We
      all know what happened in Benghazi and the dirty secrets of her emails.

    • Posted by cobraglatiator, at Reply

      oh,but we are stupid,far too many of us,far too often….but…not. all of
      us…not all the time…

    • Posted by Xing Bashu, at Reply

      A lot of people have voted for Hillary and Trump solely based on the
      information they see on the media, where Bernie and Ted Cruz didn’t get any
      coverage.

  15. Posted by Prophet Six, at Reply

    Where are these Bernie haters coming from? How can ANYONE hate this man?

    • Posted by Anish Patil, at Reply

      Bigtymer781 He’s a socialist, not a communist.

    • Posted by cobraglatiator, at Reply

      and a *Democratic socialist at that.

    • Posted by Julienrjr rjt, at Reply

      He believes in capitalism but also believes on having programs that provide
      the safety net and needs of the people

    • Posted by whyamimrpink78, at Reply

      Because he is a radical who hates America and wants to destroy it. That or
      he has a mental problem and should not be in congress, let alone president.

    • Posted by Anish Patil, at Reply

      whyamimrpink78 Why would he hate the US?

  16. Posted by mitchmomlc, at Reply

    HOPE YOU ARE WELL BERNIE, BECAUSE THE FIGHT IS MOST DEFINATELY ON.
    GREETINGS FROM SCOTLAND,

    • Posted by Atom Chapman, at Reply

      mitchmomlc Amen to that!!!

  17. Posted by G Kaiser, at Reply

    but remember, right wingers will claim that his new 600,000 beachhouse in
    Vermont makes him a sellout

    • Posted by MrCitalo, at Reply

      he is the poorest Senator in the house,,,,,tells evrything,,,,he is and
      wos for the People his whole life,,,,

    • Posted by Vallon Skyles, at Reply

      And yet if a conservative were in that position they’d sell him as a “self
      made man and a hard working American”.

    • Posted by DiZz DaMiZz, at Reply

      i was talking about OBAMA, all Bernie would do anyways would higher taxes
      and make more regulations (which will DECREASE jobs) AND he thinks man made
      global warming is as much of a problem if not more then immigration! man
      made global warming is so exaggerated when its nearly irrelevant.. theirs
      more chance of PAPER running out then man made global warming being an
      issue.

    • Posted by whyamimrpink78, at Reply

      I am not a “right winger” but his new home does make him delusional, at the
      very least. It is apparently OK for him to be wealthy, but not the Walton
      family.

    • Posted by whyamimrpink78, at Reply

      G Kaiser, how many of the common man owns three homes?

  18. Posted by judyleasugar97, at Reply

    The point is, Costco pays its workers A LIVING WAGE. That is the main
    reason Bernie supports them. The owners of Costco are fine with being
    millionaires instead of being billionaires because they pay their workers
    decently!

    • Posted by whyamimrpink78, at Reply

      +The Martyrer
      At least they hire workers. Costco doesn’t so people are making $0.

    • Posted by The Martyrer, at Reply

      +whyamimrpink78 what backwards logic is that? The costco workers can live
      from their job, walmart employees earn next to nothing, they can’t even
      live one week from their monthly earnings. 90% of them are on welfare to
      survive.

    • Posted by whyamimrpink78, at Reply

      +The Martyrer
      90% of Walmart employees are not on welfare. At least they have a job. I
      guess by liberal standards it is all or nothing. Either you have a well
      paying job or nothing. So what about the unemployed that Costco refuses to
      hire?

    • Posted by The Martyrer, at Reply

      +whyamimrpink78 Yeah, and the conservative mantra is ignore facts:
      http://www.cbsnews.com/news/how-low-wage-employers-cost-taxpayers-153-billion-a-year/

      Those are fast food employees and Wal-Mart zombies.
      Btw. why isn’t there a massive loss of job epidemic in social democracies
      like South Korea, Sweden or Austria? They all have a lower unemployment
      rate than the US.

      Little hint: it has something to do with over 100 billion of wasted
      taxdollars.

    • Posted by whyamimrpink78, at Reply

      +The Martyrer
      The fact is that Walmart cannot afford higher wages, same with fast food
      employees. You make it sound like those businesses are just sitting on
      stacks of cash when they aren’t. They pay employees the market rate. They
      don’t pay more because they simply can’t afford it.

      There are several factors that are involved in overall unemployment.
      Emeryville, CA has the highest min. wage in the US. Why don’t they have
      massive unemployment? Because three of their top four employers are Pixar
      and two pharmaceutical companies. Businesses that pay at least $80,000.
      They have companies that generate a lot of wealth so they can get away with
      it. As far as Australia is concern, they have a higher cost of living.

      I am not conservative, I am a moderate. As a moderate I have realized that
      liberals hate critical thinking. . They see a successful person and they
      hate them simply for them being successful. That is why they love Bernie,
      he is the poorest member of congress.

  19. Posted by astrea79, at Reply

    Bernie shops at Costco because they pay their workers a decent wage and
    health and family leave plan. And not everything they sell is “bulk”. You
    can buy electronics and gas there too.

    • Posted by Jullius Correia, at Reply

      Of course those aren’t sold in bulk. Nobody would buy electronics in bulk
      in the first place and gas is a fairly obvious reason.

    • Posted by whyamimrpink78, at Reply

      And Costco hires less employees, but no complaint there I see.

    • Posted by Trish St.Clair, at Reply

      Jullius Correia And? The point was anyone can find a bargain, not just
      those who buy in bulk. Some people will start an argument over anything.
      You’re ridiculous

    • Posted by oswarz, at Reply

      Do you mean FEWER employees? I’ve never had a problem getting help there so
      what’s your complaint.

    • Posted by whyamimrpink78, at Reply

      +oswarz
      For years I never had help because there wasn’t a store in my hometown.
      Where I live now there are two Walmarts closer to my apartment than a
      Costco. So while they may pay higher wages, they hire fewer workers. I
      don’t really consider that to be great.

  20. Posted by The Seeker, at Reply

    What makes Bernie Sanders a great politician is he’s not a politician. He’s
    a man of the people and the establishment hate him for it.

    • Posted by Stephen Mystery, at Reply

      Austin Petersen fits that bill better, and I’m rooting for Petersen 2020

    • Posted by John Charles, at Reply

      He’s the definition of a politician. Its the only thing he’s done in his
      whole entire life. “Man of the people”? Not really. Anyone looks great when
      Hillary Clinton is the alternative.

    • Posted by TheRedRaccoonDog, at Reply

      +John Charles Except he was a researcher, a carpenter, a writer and a film
      director. Where did this “Bernie was only a politician” lie even come from?

    • Posted by Vanessa Creative, at Reply

      Yay!