When someone calls another person a “racist,” as Sen. Bernie Sanders did of President Donald Trump on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, is it considered defamatory speech?
Vermont Independent Sen. Bernie Sanders tried to use his cell phone Tuesday to avoid a question regarding the sexual assault allegations that have emerged against Democratic Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax.
“Scientists tell us that we have a very short 12 years, not a lot of time, in order to transform our energy system away from fossil fuels and into energy efficiency and sustainable energy,” Sanders continued. “Somehow or another, Donald Trump just forgot to talk about that.”
As we’ve repeatedly said, the only thing “socialist” about Sanders is the way he’s raking in millions for not working.
“Today, we talk about justice and today we talk about racism,” Sanders said. “I must tell you, it gives me no pleasure to tell you that we now have a president of the United States who is a racist.”
Independent Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont is reportedly looking to recruit the media production company used by New York Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez as speculation regarding Sanders’ second run for the presidency heats up.
Robert Becker, who helped lead Sanders’s campaign in Michigan, New York, California and Iowa as a deputy national field director, has been accused of grabbing a female campaign staffer by her wrists and grabbing her head while kissing and putting his tongue in her mouth.
Both Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and President Donald Trump have criticized the pharmaceutical industry for high drug prices, but Sanders called on Trump to support his new drug cost legislation Thursday.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, who might run for president in 2020, called climate change our “biggest crisis of all” in a response to President Donald Trump’s border wall speech Tuesday night.
Republican Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney fired back Friday after Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders mocked the congresswoman for criticizing socialism.
The names of the individuals behind the letter have not been released but were described by Politico as ranging “from field organizers to some of the top officials on the 2016 campaign.”