Democratic socialist Bernie Sanders (I-VT) is running for president in 2020 and he won’t even call out the dictator who’s destroying Venezuela.
When Sanders was asked about it, he wouldn’t skip right to the point and call Nicolás Maduro a dictator.
Maduro’s Venezuela has been absolutely destroyed with people revolting against the socialist dictator who was recently called out for allowing his troops to fire on innocent civilians and setting trucks of humanitarian aid on fire.
Sanders, a man who just cashed in on $6 million in donations from his blindly following supporters in 24-hours, is constantly speaking about the people, but when it comes to calling out a fellow socialist, he won’t do it.
This is what happens when you’re the guys on the top of the socialist pyramid scheme.
The people at the top won’t call each other out, but the people on the bottom are scraping for food and supplies.
Here’s what Bernie Sanders said (or didn’t say) about Maduro and Venezuela
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) refuses to call Venezuelan socialist Nicolás Maduro a “dictator,” tries to deflect criticism by attacking Trump over Saudi Arabia pic.twitter.com/bRyGZYfnf7
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) 26 февраля 2019 г.
Meanwhile, a guy like Maduro has his people setting trucks of supplies on fire and allowing his people to starve.
To add insult to injury, Maduro also had reporter Jorge Ramos detained because Ramos showed Venezuelan residents eating from garbage trucks because they are starving.
Is that what America is in for if Bernie Sanders somehow ever became president?
Thank goodness there’s no chance for Sanders to win.
He likely won’t get the nod from the DNC, so there’s hope for America as long as people like him aren’t ever elected president.