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It’s Not America That’s “fundamentally immoral and wrong” But Senator Sanders


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Meanwhile it’s not America that is, fundamentally immoral and wrongNow that he’s publicly demanded it, you can bet the farm that the complicit mainstream media will stop asking Sen. Bernie Sanders about socialism and instead focus on what he claims what is “fundamentally immoral and wrong” with America.

“Sen. Bernard Sanders says he wants the media to stop asking him questions about socialism and instead focus on what is “fundamentally immoral and wrong” with America.” (Washington Times, Aug. 15, 2018)

Something’s “fundamentally immoral and wrong” when the Socialist senator and his wild-eyed sidekick Socialist Alexandria Ocasio Cortez are running for re-election and election.

It’s a free country but won’t be for long if people like Bernie and Alexandria keep getting elected.

In his typical “What’s yours is mine and what’s mine, my own” mentality, the senator held forth with one of his signature long-winded Socialist lectures when asked if a “capitalism versus socialism” debate should be at the forefront of the nation’s consciousness” with the Midterm election campaign well underway:

“I think media makes a bigger deal of it than it should,” he said. “Look at the issues! Should every American have health care as a right at a time when we spend twice as much per capita on health care as any other country, have the highest prices in the world for prescription drugs, and 30 million people have no health insurance? That is a disastrous system. Of course, we need to move to Medicare for all.” (Washington Times)

Sanders, of course, laid on his oft-repeated millennial vote-getting meme that colleges and universities should be tuition-free before anyone starts transitioning to a critique of the free market.

He was interrupted In his last CBS salvo, when stating: “I think that there is an understanding there is something fundamentally immoral and wrong about a nation in which we have three people who own more wealth than the bottom half of the American people,” he said. “That does not make sense.”



Co-host Bianna Golodryga then said they were “out of time” and could not address the possible retort: “We like the ideas. How do we pay for them?”

The senator from Vermont, seen most often of late out on the hustings with sworn socialist debutante candidate for election Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, has never been asked why he came out of the 2016 election with a million dollar mansion, or how like many others got rich while serving as a senator.

For the sake of fully presenting who Senator Bernie Sanders really is, he should not only be taken up on the ‘CBS’ This Morning’ quest to discuss at length that “Something is “fundamentally immoral and wrong” with America right now, but taken up at great length.

Bernie Sanders wrote weird porn novels, featuring rape and pedophilia in the 70s.

How “fundamentally immoral and wrong” is that?

In a 1972 writing that he has called a piece of fiction, Bernie described sick sexual fantasies of men and women: (Daily Mail, May 31, 2015)

“A man goes home and masturbates his typical fantasy,” he wrote.

“A woman on her knees. A woman tied up. A woman abused. A woman enjoys intercourse with her man — as she fantasizes being raped by three men simultaneously.”

 

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He also confessed a fascination with articles about sexual assaults on kids.

Sanders: “Do you know why [porn magazines] with the articles like ‘Girl 12 raped by 14 men’ sell so well?” he asked. “To what in us are they appealing?” (NPR, May 29, 2015)

And as an outspoken Vermont congressman, he opposed 2003 measures that cracked down on pedophiles who travel overseas to prey on kids, and voted against outlawing some Internet child porn.

In one essay from 1969, Sanders is convinced that cancer is caused by, “the link between emotional and sexual health.” He writes:

“It means, very bluntly, that the manner in which you bring up your daughter with regard to sexual attitudes may very well determine whether or not she will develop breast cancer, among other things.

He was apparently serious about that.” (CNN, Feb. 29, 2016))

Bluntly?

How about grossly perverse?

Why are so many Socialists and Socialist Democrats (one and the same) obsessed with pedophilia and porn?

Meanwhile it’s not America that is “fundamentally immoral and wrong” but Bernie Sanders and his Socialist cult


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