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wi61

One for Bernie, still as good today as it was back then

orlbucfan

“America.” T and R, Benny!! 🙂 Music junkie numero uno here.

polarbear4

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polarbear4

bydone AND bloomie steppin in it

polarbear4

wi61

On that debate stage, Bernie Sanders was the only candidate who believes that the person with the most votes should win the Democratic nomination. Why do all the other candidates hate democracy? #OnlyBernie pic.twitter.com/u7wXjVwl1l

— Establishment Tears (@EstablishTears) February 21, 2020

p gorden lippy
p gorden lippy

’cause they all believe in DNC policy,
except when a billionaire buys his way onto the stage over the heads of people of color. And they only believe the popular vote is the most important thing when Hillary loses the electoral vote – I guess. Or something.

humphrey

These tweets belong together.😁

pic.twitter.com/3SzN99TVEh— Mike Prysner (@MikePrysner) February 20, 2020

Once a snake always a snake 🐍🐍🐍 pic.twitter.com/rgESVJKnwS— Delsi Ayala (@delsi3107) February 20, 2020

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humphrey

The town halls on CNN are set up to screw Bernie.

https://www.cnn.com/2020/02/20/politics/cnn-town-halls-south-carolina/index.html

CNN will host two nights of town halls next week featuring the leading Democratic presidential candidates, just days before voters head to the polls in South Carolina and on Super Tuesday, the network announced Thursday evening.

The hourlong individual town halls will air in prime time on Monday and Wednesday and will follow the CNN town hall format of candidates taking questions directly from audience members and a moderator.

Bloomberg will appear at 8 p.m. ET on Monday, followed by Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders at 9 p.m. ET. Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar will kick off Wednesday town halls at 7 p.m. ET, followed by former Vice President Joe Biden at 8 p.m. ET, former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg at 9 p.m. ET and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren at 10 p.m. ET.

The CNN spokesperson said that other candidates who qualify to participate in next Tuesday’s Democratic National Committee debate will also receive an invitation to participate in a CNN town hall. Additional details, including moderators, will be announced at a later date. The spokesperson added that the audience will be composed of invited Democrats.

It is quite obvious that CNN arranged the timing so that the 4 candidates on Wednesday will have an opportunity to unload on Bernie after Bernie’s appearance on Monday and the debate on Tuesday.

What the hell was the Sanders campaign thinking when they agreed to these terms?

humphrey

Sadly things have gotten down to this.

Crazy how literally every candidate has totally given up on beating Bernie & is now just focused on auditioning to be the one anointed by superrich superdelegates as the candidate who gets to steal the nomination from him at a shady brokered convention that’s going to start riots— Mike Prysner (@MikePrysner) February 21, 2020

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humphrey

orlbucfan

She’s so full of ##it, she reeks!

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