Bernie Sanders’ 2020 presidential bid announcement imminent

Bernie Sanders’ 2020 presidential bid announcement imminent

Sources indicate Sen. Bernie Sanders is soon planning to announce his bid for president in the 2020 election. The bid is expected to kick off with an exploratory committee. Josh Orton, a senior adviser to Sanders, wrote on Twitter that, ’No decision is imminent’. An October 2018 Gallup report found that Sanders’ favorable ratings were far higher among nonwhites than whites.

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Andrew Colomy
Andrew Colomy 1 year

1. Hes too old. 2. he lost the feminist vote thanks to the metoo allegations. 3. he got stabbed in the back by Hillary Clinton and still supported her which makes him a pathetic loser. A lot of people that voted for Bernie the first time wouldnt vote for him a second time because they realize hes shit now.

Cory Pritchard
Cory Pritchard 1 year

Bernie Sanders was the only left politician getting anything done during the Republican majority in DC. He was able to get Amazon, the most valuable company to increase their minimum wage to $15. Something Trump tax cuts did not accomplish. Bernie and Ro Khanna began putting pressure on Walmart and other monopolies to do the same. He reintroduced his bill that would allow us to import cheaper drugs from other countries which Cory Booker voted down the first time but backed this time. He is fighting when no one else will, and pushing Democrats further left all the while. Got my support.

Emperor Tito
Emperor Tito 1 year

A lot of salty Hillary fans blame him for her loss and there’s a sizeable “never Bernie” contingent on the left now. He’s already fighting an uphill battle, especially given his reputation as a “good guy” that doesn’t stand up to any scrutiny.

Anubis
Anubis 1 year

Bernie always looks like and old man slobbering and yelling angrily because no one has brought him his oatmeal and he can't find his pants. Poor confused bastard.

bernit
bernit 1 year

finally one of the only politicians who cares about the people. whether u agree with his policies or not, u know that what he advocates he really believes it. how do you know you ask he doesn't take money from corporations that's how.

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