Sen. Bernie Sanders has pulled away from White House rival Sen. Elizabeth Warren as he continues to lead California’s Democrat primary race, according to a newly-released poll.
The only reason why Bernie Sanders is listed as an Independent is because they haven’t yet added an option for Communist, but if he wins in 2020 they just might. Do not be fooled by this man who has been working in and for Communist political organizations for over 40 years.
“Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same.” Ronald Reagan
So if Communist Bernie Sanders is going to win the Democratic nomination for president in 2020, what type of chance would he have to beat Donald Trump? Before you answer, understand that Democrats as well as the Democratic Party has taken a wild swing to the Left. They all want abortion up to the due date, they all want state-run everything, they all want free college, they all want unlimited power for the LGBTQ+P for Pedophile Movement. America has changed, the only question is how much?
Bernie Sanders Takes Commanding Lead in California Primary
FROM BREITBART NEWS: In a statewide survey conducted by UC Berkeley’s Institute of Governmental Studies for the Los Angeles Times, Sanders has 26 percent of support among likely voters in the state’s primary election that is scheduled for March 3. Warren still places second with 20 percent support — a two-percent drop from 22 percent in November, and a nine-percent drop from 29 percent back in September.
While nationwide polls say former Vice President Joe Biden remains the Democrat front-runner, he trails Sanders and Warren in California, garnering 15 percent support in third place.
The poll found former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg in fourth place with seven percent support, while former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg ranks fifth at six percent. Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) is in sixth with five percent, and technology entrepreneur Andrew Yang in seventh place at four percent. Behind Yang is billionaire and longtime Californian Tom Steyer, who received a mere two percent support.
“California’s primary electorate is relatively liberal,” Eric Schickler, co-director of UC Berkeley’s Institute of Governmental Studies, said. “The state is more conducive to one of the candidates on the left.”
The Los Angeles Times notes:
Sanders, Warren and Biden are the only candidates with enough support currently to win any of the state’s delegates to the Democratic nominating convention this summer.
Under state Democratic Party’s rules, delegates go to candidates who get at least 15% of the vote statewide or in a congressional district. The rest of the Democratic field remains far below that threshold, in single digits.
California’s March 3 primary will allocate 416 of the state’s 495 convention delegates, by far the largest group from any state. The rest are elected officials and others who attend as unpledged so-called super-delegates.
The UC Berkeley IGS survey was conducted between January 15-21, with 6,845 respondents; 2,895 participants said they are likely to vote in the state’s primary contest. The margin of error is approximately plus or minus 2.5 percentage points.
The California poll comes as Sanders has taken the lead in key, early primary states such as Iowa, the nation’s first caucus contest, as well as New Hampshire.
According to an NBC10 Boston/Franklin Pierce University/Boston Herald survey, Sanders has garnered 29 percent support in New Hampshire, while is in second place Biden at 22 percent. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) placed third with 16 percent. An Emerson College poll said Sanders leads Biden — 30 to 21 percent — among registered Democrats and leftwing independent voters. READ MORE
Don’t be fooled by comrade Bernie Sanders — he’s a diehard communist
As polls tighten and self-described socialist Bernie Sanders looks more like a serious contender than a novelty candidate for president, the liberal media elite have suddenly stopped calling him socialist. He’s now cleaned up as a “progressive” or “pragmatist.”
But he’s not even a socialist. He’s a communist. Mainstreaming Sanders requires whitewashing his radical pro-communist past. It won’t be easy to do.
If Bernie Sanders were vying for a Cabinet post, he’d never pass an FBI background check. There’d be too many subversive red flags popping up in his file. He was a communist collaborator during the height of the Cold War.
Rewind to 1964
While attending the University of Chicago, Bernie Sanders joined the Young People’s Socialist League, the youth wing of the Socialist Party USA. He also organized for a communist front, the United Packinghouse Workers Union, which at the time was under investigation by the House Committee on Un-American Activities.
After graduating with a political science degree, Sanders moved to Vermont, where he headed the American People’s History Society, an organ for Marxist propaganda. There, he produced a glowing documentary on the life of socialist revolutionary Eugene Debs, who was jailed for espionage during the Red Scare and hailed by the Bolsheviks as “America’s greatest Marxist.” his subversive hero of Sanders, denounced even by liberal Democrats as a “traitor,” bashed “the barons of Wall Street” and hailed the “triumphant” Bolshevik revolution in Russia.
“Those Russian comrades of ours have made greater sacrifices, have suffered more, and have shed more heroic blood than any like number of men and women anywhere on Earth,” Debs proclaimed. “They have laid the foundation of the first real democracy that ever drew the breath of life in this world.”
In a 1918 speech in Canton, Ohio, Debs reaffirmed his solidarity with Lenin and Trotsky, despite clear evidence of their violent plunder and treachery. Sanders still hangs a portrait of Debs on the wall in his Senate office.
In the early ’70s, Sanders helped found the Liberty Union Party, which called for the nationalization of all US banks and the public takeover of all private utility companies. READ MORE
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