Home2020 Elections3/16 BNR: Livestream of Bernie Sanders in Henderson, NV Rally & OT

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LieparDestin

Incase theres a stream issue this station is supposed to carry the event live on their facebook:

https://www.reviewjournal.com/

https://www.facebook.com/reviewjournal

https://twitter.com/blakeapgar/status/1107006673489526784

LieparDestin

A new ad that I imagine will play in Cali where people are more familiar with Ro:

orlbucfan

T and R, Benny!! Just turned it on. It’s 5:37 EDT here. What are they saying about the turnout?

orlbucfan

Bernie’s rallies are actually ‘live’ and not scripted/edited. That is a very powerful fact in his favor.

orlbucfan

Thumbs up. 🙂

jcitybone

https://www.reviewjournal.com/news/politics-and-government/bernie-sanders-speaks-at-rally-in-henderson-1619832/

“I do not believe in downward mobility,” said the Vermont senator, who donned a Vegas Golden Knights hat during his roughly 45-minute speech Saturday in Henderson. “This campaign is about moving our people up, not down.”

About 2,200 people attended the rally at Morrell Park, according to his campaign.

Among his supporters was Lynn Price, a 71-year-old Henderson resident who said Sanders’ platform addresses issues she has long cared about, such as health care, education and prison reform.

“He’s been consistent his whole political life,” she said.

His consistent support of universal health care has resonated with North Las Vegas residents and business owners Brad and Pamela Paulson.

“Free health care sounds good to me because I have multiple sclerosis,” Brad Paulson said.

North Las Vegas resident Nick Chadman, 28, said universal health care is his biggest concern, but he also supports Sanders’ stance on education.

“I don’t think kids should be broke trying to go to school, man,” he said.

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