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Bernie Sanders publicly trashing the proprietor course that funds the Democratic Event isn't really reviewing well with the minions of Jeff Bezos and other corporate media barons. They assume he's "odd." Maybe if you assume one of the most prominent political leader in the country is strange it's time to look in the mirror and chiggity check yourself before you riggity wreck yourself. Cenk Uygur, John Iadarola, Michael Shure, as well as Amna Nawaz, hosts of The Young Turks, review. Inform us exactly what you think in the remark area listed below.

" Bernie Sanders traveled to Nebraska today to toss his support behind Omaha Democratic mayoral candidate, Health Mello, that is running against the incumbent Republican mayor, Jean Stothert. A Mello win, Sanders has actually stated, would give hope to other "dynamic Democrats" in conservative states.

Yet Mello's "dynamic" qualifications are questionable at finest. As a state legislator, he co-sponsored a bill needing that abortion providers tell ladies they could have an ultrasound first, and also mandating that service providers who utilize ultrasound present the image in such a way women could see if they select. He said it stood for a "favorable primary step to reducing the number of abortions in Nebraska."

As a populist, Sanders has actually built a political career objecting financial inequality– and yet by marketing for Mello, he has actually demonstrated a desire to different economic justice from reproductive justice. (So has Autonomous National Board Chair, Tom Perez, that is additionally aiding to advocate Mello and that has actually defended that choice, claiming the task of the DNC is to help Democratic prospects win.) Yet abortion gain access to is not simply a medical problem, or perhaps a social one; it is, at its core, additionally a financial problem. Below's why." *.

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  1. Posted by Pragmatus, at Reply

    Give them hell Bernie!

    • Posted by MuttonChop Red, at Reply

      +sbears25 Boom!!

  2. Posted by Hal Jordan, at Reply

    Establishment: The man has a sense of conscience and a natural following. Destroy him. NOW.

    • Posted by waleed sadaqat, at Reply

      Snakeye808 What a messed up system, the voters can elect a nominee but they can not elect the president. go figure that one out.

    • Posted by DidUSay Chocolate?, at Reply

      _1Q17 _ You are a regressive

    • Posted by A. Fon., at Reply

      Holip he isn’t a Democrat you moron. Why would Dems make him the nominee? He acts as if he’s better than the Dems yet the Dems have done a TREMENDOUS amount to push for all the socially and economically liberal policy we have today and they fight the Republicans day in and day out. Sick of you sanctimonious “progressives” acting like you’re some holy slippered hippies just cause you found out about politics in 2016 and learned how to use the word establishment as a pejorative at a Bernie rally.

    • Posted by Syleis Wiley, at Reply

      A. Fon. He caucuses with dems, ran on the dem ticket because between the 2 parties he agrees with dems more than the other. Get it together and get dems in office first then start weeding

  3. Posted by Archduke Franz Ferdinand, at Reply


    • Posted by Lefebvre Julien, at Reply

      Syphillis > Drumpf

    • Posted by X-man, at Reply

      Crazy Horse don’t go that far. Anything>Hillary

    • Posted by Ben Shapiro, at Reply

      Kill yourself.

  4. Posted by UNC GRAD, at Reply


    • Posted by Ben Shapiro, at Reply

      Only for unemployed losers.

    • Posted by Ala, at Reply

      UNC GRAD he’s a champion for the cocksuckin losers such as you

    • Posted by Dave Miller, at Reply

      Thats exactly why Trump won. People generally had a feeling that government wasnt working for them anymore, and now that Trump announced his new tax cuts/plan this morning it might get interesting.
      My 20s daughter supports Trump, but we will see what happens. IF people are better off , have a job and pay less taxes, its going to be EXTREMELY hard for ANY liberal to defeat him. Theres no way I can support Bernie, hes a decent guy but will be a fiscal disaster.

  5. Posted by Omair Sheikh, at Reply

    Get used to it bitches #BernieWouldHaveWon

    • Posted by Ancient Pollyanna, at Reply

      Ha-ha – Clint Eastwood speaking medieval English. That’s rich. LOLOL!!

    • Posted by Christian Knuchel, at Reply

      +havocmaster69 : Losing primaries doesn’t necessarily mean being a potential loser in the general election. The competition and the target demographics are different. The overlap of Trump voters with Sanders voters was in all likelihood quite a lot bigger than with Clinton voters, as Sanders spoke to the working class, as Trump did, whereas Clinton was stuck in pandering to the wealthier half of the Middle Class and up. It’s not hard to imagine that Sanders, in the general, would have been able to pull hundreds of thousands, if not millions of voters more than Trump. Also, this was an election where many people voted for one candidate out of fear of the other. However, how much of a fearful anti-following does Sanders have, and how many people are genuinely afraid of Clinton or Trump? In a Trump vs. Sanders match up, you’d still have the people fearful of Trump, but the Democrats would have had a candidate at best minimally afflicted by such an issue.

      Analyzing this purely from a political election stand point, perhaps the problem of the Democratic party wasn’t so much the candidate, but the platform they decided to go with: If they had set Clinton up to be a working class candidate (as ridiculous as that’d be), perhaps they would have been able to close the gap. But they didn’t even do that: They outright decided to trample over the millions of people in the country who are hurting for real, and they were pretty open about it. One could argue that that was, or better, *is* a much bigger issue than the choice of candidate.

      +ToBe Fair : Many people think of “rigging” as in “the DNC rigged the election”. Most of the “rigging” has been in the system for a long time and is based on bipartisan support, and only a few things happened on the DNC side, such as biased debate scheduling or media collusion. The other issues are closed primaries, registration deadlines, voter registration flips, the closing of polling offices and the vested interests of corporate media outlets.

    • Posted by A. Fon., at Reply

      lol, crackpot “progressives” are as stupid as Trump voters. Everyone is a “paid troll,” the boogieman establishment holds Jesus Bernie Sanders down, and money and success are evil.

    • Posted by A. Fon., at Reply

      Umm? Of course the Democratic “establishment” liked Clinton. Bernie wasn’t a Democrat you fool. And the DNC was remarkably fair. A couple staffers liking one candidate better than the other is not some concerted effort to destroy Bernie Sanders. You phony “progressives” with your crackpot conspiracy theories are essentially the tea party of the left.

    • Posted by Ben Shapiro, at Reply

      He would have lost like the weak man he is.

  6. Posted by BloodMoneyLLC, at Reply

    Yeah, I suppose that if you belong to a club of pro-war corporate whores, then a public servant who _actually cares_ about *serving* the American people (Bernie Sanders) might look a little “strange” to you!

    • Posted by Christopher Balsom, at Reply

      It’s funny how you took a conversation about Bernie, and turned it into one about Trump.

      I never said I believed Trump’s campaign promise to be non-interventionist. I never said I supported, or voted, for Trump, because I didn’t. I didn’t agree with many of his policies, and thus couldn’t be in support of him.

      I clearly criticized the Bushes as being warmongers as well, so where you get this idea that I have “right wing sympathies”, I have no clue.

      You accuse me of being a troll, but yet I provided plenty of evidence that shows Bernie Sanders is a warmonger as well; evidence that you could have found yourself if you had just taken a moment to look up his voting record and past speeches.

      Also, your assumption that I’m a Trump supporter because of my viewing history is hilarious. I watch videos to learn all sides of an argument, and not just the ones that make me “feel right and virtuous.”

    • Posted by Christopher Balsom, at Reply

      I’m against unjust wars, and the innocent lives being taken because of them, and the people that support them.

      You talked about how Bernie cares about the people, but yet, his support of these interventions have cost countless people their lives, both U.S. citizens and foreign citizens.

      Call me a troll if it makes you feel better about all those lives lost due to a foreign policy that people like Sanders support, that’s fine. Just don’t pretend you’re on some moral high ground for supporting someone like Sanders.

    • Posted by BloodMoneyLLC, at Reply

      +Christopher Balsom​ it’s helpful for me to know what your ideological perspective is. Reference points and ideological context are crucial for me if I’m to understand what the underlying philosophical motives are for this _particular_ critique of Bernie Sanders.
      So, once again, let me ask:
      *What is **_your_** alternative?*

      The more you keep failing to answer that one question of mine the more you reveal yourself to be troll

    • Posted by BloodMoneyLLC, at Reply

      +Christopher Balsom​​​ it’s my suspicion that you _pretend_ to be against what you call “unjust wars” (it’s funny how you never defined this phrase, but I digress).

      Don’t pretend to be against “unjust wars” if you can’t define that phrase. What you’re doing is what the right wing shitheads did when they criticized Hillary Clinton’s foreign policy:
      You bring up a glaring flaw (hawkish foreign policy), and *then you support the side of the political aisle that is most predisposed to being even more flawed on that same very issue*!

      You do it because you never cared about innocent lives lost in “unjust wars” in the first place! You were just _concern trolling_.
      If you don’t want me to call you a troll, then please tell me *what is **_your_** alternative*?

    • Posted by BloodMoneyLLC, at Reply

      +waterandafter​ and +Chris Parker​ right-wing critics (especially the allegedly non-partisan/non-ideological variety) of hawkish foreign policy _love_ to play this stupid little trick.
      They will point out that a political candidate on the left side of the aisle can be described as a warmonger. Then, once you finally get to the point of the conversation where you point out that _both sides_ promote mindless warfare (in one form or another) as a general condition of being an American politician, _that_ is when the *truth* comes out:

      _That_ is when they accuse Hillary Clinton of being an authoritarian “politically correct” Marxist.
      _That_ is when they _finally_ come out with it already and tell you that Bernie Sanders is an evil communist because they believe that government taxation is the same level of aggression as when Bush invades Iraq or when Obama carried out drone strikes on civilians!

      I’ve dealt with these *dishonest* morons plenty of times. They typically don’t even care about the issue (war) that they brought up as a flaw in the first place. Even if they do care, they only care inasmuch as it destroys the real validity of a truly left-of-center perspective (at least in their minds) and promotes a vaguely right-of-center perspective.

      It’s not even about being a one-issue voter with these idiots. It’s basically about being a contrarian nihilistic troll!

  7. Posted by NON NEGOTIABLE, at Reply

    Can’t be as bad as that orange piece of shits “strange behavior”

    • Posted by jennifer porties, at Reply


    • Posted by X-man, at Reply

      NON NEGOTIABLE Dude. That was a total deflection

  8. Posted by R. m, at Reply


    • Posted by Geneforson, at Reply

      You better Believe It

    • Posted by Halo CE Magnum, at Reply

      you put a space there.
      So it’s really just #ALWAYS

    • Posted by Ben Shapiro, at Reply


  9. Posted by WaitingToFade, at Reply

    It was fun to watch Perez get booed today in my state. 🙂

    • Posted by Snakeye808, at Reply

      Oliver Okoye …while he was standing next to Bernie LOL. When you’re on stage together doing a “Unity” tour, it’s rather hard to boo one of them without booing the other. Perez praises Bernie and has put him in the spotlight and made him a focal point of the Democratic party, so booing Perez would signify that people are not happy with him allowing Bernie to play such a prominent role in the party.

    • Posted by HideousConformity, at Reply

      But why is Perez doing it? Those corporate whores are just trying to ride Bernie’s coattails and people know it. I’m sure Bernie knows it too but despite their intentions they’re providing him a platform from which he can get his message out there.

    • Posted by torchandhammer, at Reply

      The audio I heard, the person speaking said something like, I guess a lot of you are here to see Bernie Sanders and the crowd cheered and then she said, I think you’re also here to see Tom Perez and the crowd booed.

  10. Posted by ANDREW MAGLOIRE LIBTURD, at Reply

    bernie always has a plan

    • Posted by Christopher Balsom, at Reply

      Seriously, from my heart, do research on the man before you decide to throw support behind him. I did, and that’s why I changed my mind, and the minds of many of my close friends who supported him.

      He’s a warmonger just as much as Bush, Clinton, and Obama. Trump promised to stop these interventions, but so far, has proven he won’t. Hence why I’m not a supporter of Trump either.

    • Posted by MRostendway, at Reply

      Christopher Balsom He cant be a warmonger like clinton obama and trumo when he is literally out there disagreeing with clinton obama and trump on Syria. If he was, he would also be out there aplauding it.

    • Posted by Michael Thor, at Reply

      MRostendway that is a bad argument. How many times did Trump say he was against Obama When it came to war just because you say it doesn’t make it true. You really have to stop taking everything at face value.

  11. Posted by sophia, at Reply

    A crowd booed when Bernie mentioned Perez and Bernie said nothing, just went on with his speech.

    • Posted by Austin Zappas, at Reply

      sophia like a thug life boss

    • Posted by Smileyrie James, at Reply

      sophia Someone in politics who doesn’t take an opportunity to verbally bash a competitor? OMG Vote him in NOW!!!

    • Posted by Laverne Blaszczyk, at Reply

      Austin Zappas like a grownup!!

  12. Posted by Finau Fam, at Reply

    Bernie should’ve been the president.

    • Posted by Dana Herron, at Reply

      +al like drumpf is doing as we speak.
      +to be a twit just stay out of the way.

    • Posted by Ronin Dave, at Reply

      +ToBe Fair bend the knee if it suits you

    • Posted by 18Darkside, at Reply

      Finau Fam Well he shouldn’t have sold out to Shillary

    • Posted by Christian Knuchel, at Reply

      +ToBe Fair : You’re calling other people out for burying their head in the past, but you’re not exactly showing a lot of far sight either: You’re worrying about 2020, but you’re supporting the *exact* dynamics that ruined this election: Bipartisan gridlock. You think people should just vote for whatever gets engineered for them in the primaries, and don’t even have a problem with the engineering when people are pointing it out. For as long as people keep up this mindset, there will be more general elections between plutocratic warmongers down the road, with more Democratic candidates cheerfully chasing their Republican colleague down the right wing side of the spectrum. I don’t know about you, but I have a hard time understanding how any person not walking around with their head tucked away in a box can spot *any* long term sustainability in that phenomenon.

    • Posted by Ben Shapiro, at Reply

      He was weak and pathetic.

  13. Posted by MRDLT00, at Reply

    Michael Shure has always been pro-establishment DNC and Clinton since day one. >.>

    • Posted by Austin Zappas, at Reply

      MRDLT00 he’s a hopeful skeptic

    • Posted by Ex0dus111, at Reply

      Yep. Its annoying, but its important to hear his side as well.

  14. Posted by Patrick T, at Reply

    OMG THANK YOU. I was getting so tired of people calling Bernie a sellout. Naive maybe but a sellout, no I think that is crap.

    • Posted by Patrick T, at Reply

      CampingforCool41: I totally agree, I don’t think he is naive, I just meant (and sorry it wasn’t very clear I admit) that the argument could be made that he is being naive IF he believes the democratic party as a whole can be changed by the unity tour. I think it is a strategy to facilitate change by showing the DNC how much support you get when you actually fight for what people want and offer more than empty platitudes. I think after the tour Bernie will have even more support and Perez even less if the DNC does not take steps to move towards a progressive party. Thanks for all the upvotes on my comment, I was really surprised!

    • Posted by Patrick T, at Reply

      Christopher Balsom: I appreciate your response. Do you have any specific examples of when Bernie supported “aggressive military actions overseas?”
      Also Bernie makes over 150k/year doing his job. I really don’t care how much money people make/have as much as how they make it. We pay Bernie’s salary and he has worked for us consistantly, that is how it is supposed to work. Politicians who work for their donors is the problem.

    • Posted by Patrick T, at Reply

      Diva, I think you are right on about A LOT of Bernie supporters. I don’t think we should have to settle on really important issues BUT we do need to recognize and respect that this country was never intended to run on one single person’s vision of america. I often have an identity crisis when I see progressives try to put people in these neat little boxes of right and wrong. Not saying they all do it, or even the majority of them do it, but I do see it more often than I would like. Yes there should be ideals we all agree on, but there are going to be times when we will have to flexible or we risk just turning into another rigid, exclusive party like what the DNC has become. In my humble opinion 🙂

    • Posted by Patrick T, at Reply

      Snakeye808: I hope this is the purpose of the Unity Tour, to find those Democrats who want their party to be more progressive.

  15. Posted by Epic Bunny, at Reply

    Bernie is one of the few decent people out there in politics. The establishment all need to be replaced. Bernie is my hero.

    • Posted by I Am, at Reply

      Wabid Wabbits Oh yes definitely even though he walked alongside with Martin Luther King Jr. and was seen being dragged off by the police. Such a coward, the biggly, very big coward.

    • Posted by Wabid Wabbits, at Reply

      He’s a senile old man that is out of touch with reality. He’s also an absolute coward, not to mention a moron.

    • Posted by Wabid Wabbits, at Reply

      My dog leaves more convincing arguments coiled up on my lawn then Bernie has ever made in my lifetime.

  16. Posted by kong, at Reply

    I’m voting for Bernie in 2020. 😎

    • Posted by Crazy Horse, at Reply

      Austin Zappas You and what army?

    • Posted by MrVercettti89, at Reply

      kong if he’s on the ticket people will

    • Posted by Futt bucker, at Reply

      kong him and me!

  17. Posted by Wayne Blackclaw, at Reply

    So who are the people coming to see…. BERNIE. Let Perez go do his own tour , see how that works out?

    • Posted by Grihm Fayte, at Reply

      They need HIM.

  18. Posted by APaganPerspective, at Reply

    Michaek Schure is about as Progressive as my left nut

    • Posted by Adrian Daniel, at Reply

      APaganPerspective at least it’s a start! /sarc

    • Posted by doodelay, at Reply

      APaganPerspective yea Michael is basically an establishment dem