Q: What’s better than one Democrat-Socialist presidential candidate promising free stuff to every American and illegal alien?
A: Two Democrat-Socialists running for President and Vice President of America promising free stuff to every American and illegal alien.
Earlier today, the adorable former bartender, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, whose audition with the radical group, “Justice Democrats,” landed her a role as a United States Congresswoman in 2016, met with a fellow Socialist in his home state of Vermont.
Bernie Sanders, whose presidential campaign is beginning to falter, as the fake Indian Socialist, Elizabeth Warren picks up steam, clearly needs an infusion…STAT.
Enter, the dingbat darling of the Democrat Party—Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Today, AOC was spotted with the cranky socialist candidate for president in Vermont. Many are wondering if he’s looking for her endorsement. We’re wondering if he’s looking to court her as a vice-presidential candidate, as a way to steal the feminazi vote from his anti-capitalist opponent, Elizabeth Warren.
According to the Burlington Free Press –
U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders went out to breakfast in Burlington on Saturday.
Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., and Sanders, I-Vt., were spotted by multiple social media users having breakfast at Penny Cluse Cafe with Sanders’ wife Jane O’Meara Sanders and Sanders’ campaign manager Faiz Shakir.
No word on what they discussed….
— Ryan Nobles (@ryanobles) September 29, 2019
According to Breitbart News – The meeting follows weeks of internal frenzy for the Sanders campaign, which recently shook up its staffers in New Hampshire following concerns of Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s (D-MA) surge in the early primary state — one Sanders won handily against former opponent Hillary Clinton in 2016.
Shortly after, the Sanders campaign shook things up in Iowa, removing Jess Mazour as the campaign’s Iowa political director. “We’ll continue to make moves that we feel best position this campaign to win,” Shakir told the Washington Post of the move.
Both moves followed Sanders’ loss of the Working Families Party (WFP) endorsement to Warren.
“Senator Warren strikes fear into the hearts of the robber barons who rigged the system, and offers hope to millions of working people who have been shut out of our democracy and economy,” WFP National Party Director Maurice Mitchell said in a statement following the endorsement, according to Politico.
Politico reports- As Sanders has stagnated and Warren has soared, even some of the Vermont senator’s supporters are expressing alarm. Something is off, they say privately, adding to the chorus of people in establishment political circles saying the same thing. Maybe he should explain how he’s different from Warren — he has deliberately avoided any hint of criticism of her — or commit to out-organizing her in the early nominating states. Or perhaps he needs to make nice with the media and hire more seasoned pros. Or what about going all-in on Iowa?
The ideas from his volunteers, former aides, past delegates, steering committee members, and even some people within his campaign, vary. But they almost all come back to the same fundamental question, a question that has confounded the campaign since its earliest days: Can Bernie Sanders — a 78-year-old iconoclast whose entire identity is about standing firm in his beliefs, damn it — change?